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Baahubali 2: The Conclusion
2017 ‧ Fantasy/Drama film ‧ 3h 17m
Shiva, the son of Bahubali, begins to search for answers after he learns about his heritage.
Initial release: 28 April 2017
Budget: 2 billion INR
Production company: Arka Media Works

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (English: The One with Strong Arms) is an upcoming Indian epic historical fiction film directed by S. S. Rajamouli. It is the continuation of Baahubali: The Beginning. Initially, both parts were jointly produced on a budget of ₹2.5 billion (US$39 million),[4][3] however the budget of the second part was increased later. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has made a business of ₹5 billion (US$77 million) before release. The film is scheduled for a worldwide release on 28 April 2017. Baahubali 2 will be the first Indian film to be released in 4K High Definition format. It is estimated that close to 200 screens are being upgraded to 4K projectors before the release date of the movie.

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No hero without a wound, says injured Amala Paul

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Thiruvananthapuram,  Actress Amala Paul, who suffered an injury while shooting for her upcoming film “Adho Andha Paravai Pola”, is undergoing treatment with a positive frame of mind.

While performing an action sequence, the 26-year-old actress reportedly twisted her right arm and that resulted in a ligament tear.

The “Mynna” actress on Tuesday took to her Instagram and thanked her fans who wished for her speedy recovery.

She wrote: “A famous proverb goes ‘No hero without a wound’. I took it seriously, so now with a broken arm. Thank you all for your well wishes. My hand will heal faster now.”

Along with the post, she also uploaded a picture of her injured hand.

“Always hated auto-correct, but when typing text with left hand, it becomes a saviour,” Amala added.

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Dia Mirza, Saiyami Kher dole out hair care secrets

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Mumbai,  Stars Dia Mirza and Saiyami Kher say it is essential to have a proper haircare regime, which includes regular oiling and hair spa. Dia, Saiyami along with Aahana Kumra have come together for brand Bblunt’s digital campaign #ShineWithBBLUNT.

“My curls can be difficult to manage but I’ve been lucky to find the perfect products that suit my hair. I shampoo, put leave-in conditioner, diffuse dry my hair and I’m ready to go. Once a month, I also go for a nice hair spa which feels great,” Saiyami said in a statement to IANS.

Dia said her hair care regime includes oiling her hair once a week and deep conditioning.

“I also make sure to eat right and keep myself hydrated throughout the day. When it comes to colouring my hair, I only use an ammonia-free, expert developed and approved product,” she added.

To this, Aahana said: “I make sure I oil my hair, and take steam after oiling it. Also, I definitely keep my scalp clean as I think it is of utmost importance. Keep the scalp clean is my simple mantra.”

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As long as you aren’t entering my bathroom, I’m okay: Alia on rumours

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Mumbai,  Actress Alia Bhatt, whose personal life is garnering a lot of interest in the midst of a buzz about her relationship with Ranbir Kapoor, says she does not react to rumours and won’t as long as someone is not entering her bathroom.

Alia interacted with the media here when she walked the ramp for Caprese’s new bag collection on Monday.On the professional front, Alia is on a roll with the success of “Raazi”.

Asked how she reacts to rumours about her personal life, especially when there is speculation that she might get married next year, she said: “I don’t react to rumours. Rumours are not meant to be reacted upon.

“As long as you aren’t entering my bathroom, I am fine. If people are not talking about me, then maybe I am not relevant enough. So if people are talking about me, then I am something… But yes, honestly I am at a very good space personally and professionally, so no issues whatsoever.”

Alia is working with Ranbir in “Brahmastra”.She was asked how working in a film with a co-actor who also happens to be the person she is dating, affects or adds to the performance.

She said: “”I think when you are an actor, your job is to act and so, when you are in front of the camera, it doesn’t matter who you are dating or who you are not dating and whether you are tall or short, fat or thin, unhappy or really happy.

“Sometimes there are days, when I go on set with an upset frame of mind, but I have to dance around and feel very excited… That’s the whole process of being an actor”. Alia’s other new projects include Zoya Akhtar’s “Gully Boy”, Abhishek Varman’s “Kalank” and Karan Johar’s “Takht”.

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