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Sacred Games Cast Frustrated With Vikram Motwane's Direction

Sacred Games Cast Frustrated With Vikram Motwane's Direction

Netflix's first original Indian series Sacred Games has been in the news since its release. But, in a recent round table interview, the actors of the series revealed that working with the director Vikram Motwane was frustrating, as he never gave any feedback. Actor Jatin Sarna who plays the role of Bunty said working with Anurag Kashyap was more fun.

Maharashtra govt sends 30 tonnes of relief material to Kerala

Maharashtra govt sends 30 tonnes of relief material to Kerala

The Maharashtra government has sent 30 tonnes of relief material to the flood affected state of Kerala. According to reports, 5 more tonnes will be sent on Monday. The relief material mainly includes food materials, blankets, sanitary napkins, dry grains and other essential items. Numerous states are also contributing various amounts of money to Kerala's relief fund. 
This Bollywood Director Is Keen To Watch Kolamaavu Kokila!

This Bollywood Director Is Keen To Watch Kolamaavu Kokila!

The noted film-maker Karan Johar just took to Twitter and stated that he is quite excited about Kolamaavu Kokila and added that he wants to watch it at the earliest. This is quite a sweet gesture on KJo's part and it proves that good cinema can break the language barrier, It also bears testimony to Nayan's growing popularity.

Manchester United humiliated by Brighton

Manchester United humiliated by Brighton

Manchester United were given a reality check by Brighton, who beat them 3-2. Jose Mourinho's men never really created any clear-cut chance barring the goal and a long range shot from Pogba which was saved well. Brighton went 2-0 up with quick goals before Lukaku pulled one back. But then Gross hit a penalty to hit the third. Pogba scored in injury time with a penalty.
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