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NEW YORK/NEW DELHI - In an ironic twist of fate, Bollywood icon Shah Rukh Khan, whose latest film “My Name is Khan” has been shot in the US, was Saturday questioned for two hours at Newark airport over his surname and was freed only after Indian diplomats intervened.
MUMBAI - Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan on Saturday said that he was “angry and humiliated” for being detained at the Newark International Airport in New Jersey, and asserted that the incident was “absolutely uncalled for”.
Newark (New Jersey, US)/NEW DELHI - Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan on Saturday said that he was doing well and was fine after his two-hour-long ordeal at Newark International Airport.
Shahrukh Khan incident has lowered image of US security establishment, says former Indian Ambassador to USA
NEW DELHI - India’s former ambassador to the United States Naresh Chandra on Saturday said that the detention of Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan at Newark International Airport for two hours, clearly exhibited the “ham-handed” approach of American security agencies.
PANAJI - Maldivian filmmaker Fathimath Nahula, whose film “Youssuf” kickstarts the four-day South Asian Film Festival (SAFF) here Friday, has come to India with two things on her wish-list.
MUMBAI - Bollywood glitterati descended upon the premiere of forthcoming flick ‘Kirkit’, which is a satire on the business of cricket, in Mumbai city.
NEW DELHI - The grapevine has been abuzz with news that Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan will play the villain in Yash Raj Films’ (YRF) action-adventure series Dhoom 3 but a source from the production company has denied any such development. “This story is completely untrue and baseless. We have no idea where this rubbish originated but like all wildfires has spread rapidly, Rafiq Gangjee, vice president (marketing and communications) of YRF, told IANS over e-mail from Mumbai.