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Dabangg 3’s second schedule details REVEALED, read here

Salman Khan’s Dabangg 3 is directed by Prabhudeva and produced by Arbaaz Khan

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Salman Khan recently wrapped the first schedule for his upcoming film Dabangg 3. Salman had taken to social media to share this news with his fans. Dabangg 3 has been in the headlines since the last few days for many reasons. The cast and crew flew down to Indore for the first schedule of the film. They were seen shooting for the title track too.

The first schedule’s shooting took place in Maheshwar, Indore. Now we exclusively bring to you the news that Dabangg 3 will start their second schedule shoot in Mumbai on April 19. The schedule has three different locations that will be announced soon.

During their first schedule in Maheshwar the team had faced issues when a video showing a ‘Shivling’ under wooden planks on the set of Dabangg 3 went viral. Later, Salman clarified by stating that it was done to protect and maintain the sanctity of the ‘Shivling’. Dabangg 3 is said to release around Christmas next year. Keep following CineBlitz for all the latest from Bollywood

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Ishaan Khatter chooses Vishal Bhardwaj over Mira Nair?

Did Ishaan Khatter opt out of Mira Nair’s A Suitable Boy after he was offered Midnight’s Children by Vishal Bhardwaj?

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We had earlier exclusively reported about Ishaan Khatter being in talks with Vishal Bhardwaj for a project. Well, looks like the deal has almost been sealed and finalised. Ishaan will be working in Bhardwaj’s adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s novel Midnight’s Children for the OTT platform Netflix.

However, buzz is that there was a catch. As per insiders, before being approached by Bhardwaj, the Dhadak actor had already committed his dates to Mira Nair’s eight-part series adaptation of Vikram Seth’s 1993 novel A Suitable Boy that the filmmaker was making for BBC. But when Bhardwaj’s offer came by, the young star ditched Nair, opting instead to work with Vishal. He did this because Bhardwaj was the one who gave his brother Shahid Kapoor some of the most career-defining roles, including Kaminey and Haider. He felt Bhardwaj’s adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s novel Midnight’s Children would work more for him as his third project.

Randeep Hooda has finally bagged the role in Mira Nair’s project. Ishaan, on the other hand found it tough to turn down Bhardwaj as the young actor is a huge fan of his films and has always wanted to work with him. While he greatly admires Nair too, when it comes to choosing, the actor has clearly shown his preference.

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Sanjay Dutt to bulk up for THESE two projects!

Sanjay Dutt will be undergoing rigorous physical training to bulk up for his upcoming movies

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Sanjay Dutt will turn 60 soon and he is clearly in the best phase of his life. After quite a few personal and professional trials and tribulations, he is back stronger than ever. His movie Kalank just released, co-starring Madhuri Dixit Nene, Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Sonakshi Sinha and Aditya Roy Kapur.

Recently, CineBlitz had exclusively reported that Sanju will soon be making his debut as a director. Ring a bell? Anyway, now we have some fresh news on what Sanju is currently up to. The actor will soon be undergoing hardcore physical training to bulk back up to his broader frame, for his upcoming film Shamshera, and for the action sequences in Sadak 2. Rest assured, our old Sanju Baba will soon be back in action.

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Mental Hai Kya: Indian Psychiatric Society to address media tomorrow

The Indian Psychiatric Society has strongly objected to the title and the teasers of Mental Hai Kya

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The Indian Psychiatric Soceity (IPS) has written to the Central Board of Film and Certification (CBFC) , the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, as well as to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) calling the title of the movie Mental Hai Kya as “discriminative, stigmatising, degrading and inhuman in projecting mental disorders and persons.” Vinay Kumar the Honorary General Secretary of the Indian Psychiatric Society has issued an official statement to the respective bodies. They are also going to hold a press conference tomorrow in Delhi to address the same. Here is the statement-

“The title #MENTAL_HAI_KYA is clearly derogatory to people fighting with their mental maladies. It is sarcastic and ridicules persons in pain. Experts and activists are trying to tell people that nobody is mental or mad. Having mental illness is neither a crime nor a curse. These are diseases which afflict people and are curable and largely manageable. It’s unethical to call them mentally ill. But the title of the film loudly ridicules persons with mental illness which is not only unethical and inhuman but also illegal. 

#Section 92 of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act says :
Whoever,—
(a) intentionally insults or intimidates with intent to humiliate a person with disability in any place within public view; ………….
shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than six months but which may extend to five years and with fine.”

The makers have recently released a poster which shows the two lead actors facing each other as they balance a blade between their tongues. Brilliant imagination! But can we call it creative too? The fact is that this sensational imagination is a perfect example of pathological risk taking behavior. In a time when India is facing rise in delinquency and personality disorders marked by risk taking behaviors such as drug and alcohol use, speedy driving, risky selfie taking etc “creating such provocative ideals” amounts to crime.

Indian Psychiatric Society strongly condemns the title and poster of the film and appeal the producer to withdraw these teasers and revise the title and content too if it has any such provocative sequence, dialogue or song. The logic of creativity and freedom of expression do not permit our creative film makers to hurt the sentiments of sufferers and caregivers and provoke our youngsters to risk their lives.”

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