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‘Jailer’ movie to alter scene of killer wearing RCB jersey

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The team of Superstar Rajinikanth’s ‘Jailer’ movie has agreed to alter a scene where a killer is wearing a Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) jersey, India Today reported. 

The movie has been in the news for shattering one box office record after another. However, recently, the ‘Jailer’ team was dragged to court by Royal Challengers Bangalore, the Indian Premier League team. 

The RCB counsel approached the court after they found out that the film has a scene in which a killer is sporting the RCB jersey. The two parties have now decided to settle the matter outside court.

In a particular scene from ‘Jailer’, a contract killer, sporting an RCB jersey, mouths sexist dialogue to a woman. The counsel representing RCB, in Delhi High Court, said that the ‘Jailer’ team did not get permission to use their jersey and the scene could impact the brand.

The case was heard recently and the counsel of both sides told the court that they will settle the matter outside court. The makers of ‘Jailer’, had promised to alter the scene digitally. Sun Pictures, the production house of ‘Jailer’, told the Court that the change would be made by September 1. They also assured that the film with the altered scene would be telecast on TV and OTT platforms.

The court ordered, “The Defendants as also all parties acting for or on their behalf including their distribution network shall be bound by the above terms and conditions. With effect from 1st September, 2023, in the theatrical depiction of the film Jailer the RCB team jersey shall stand edited/altered. The Defendants shall ensure that after 1st September, 2023, none of the theatres would exhibit the RCB jersey in any form whatsoever. Insofar as television, satellite or any OTT platform is concerned, prior to the release thereof, the altered version of the film shall be broadcasted/telecasted.”

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Popular Indian singer Pankaj Udhas no more

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Popular ghazal and playback singer – Pankaj Udhas has passed away aged 72. 

The Udhas family confirmed his death on Monday was due to a prolonged illness.

Taking to Instagram, Pankaj Udhas’ daughter Nayaab shared a statement on Instagram which read, “With a heavy heart, we are saddened to inform you of the sad demise of Padmashri Pankaj Udhas on 26th February 2024 due to a prolonged illness.”

He had passed away around 11am at the Breach Candy hospital, Indian media reports citing a family source.

 His last rites will be held on Tuesday. 

Pankaj is survived by wife Farida Udhas, daughters Nayaab and Reva Udhas, and brothers Nirmal and Manhar Udhas, who are also singers.

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Laugfs Gas prices to remain unchanged too

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LAUGFS Gas PLC has also decided not to revise the prices of domestic LP gas cylinders for the month of February 2024.

Accordingly, the current prices are as follows:
12.5kg cylinder – Rs. 4,740 
5kg cylinder – Rs. 1,900

The announcement comes hours after Litro Gas Lanka stating that they will not revise gas prices this month.

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Actress Poonam Pandey passes away

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Actress and model Poonam Pandey has passed away last night (Feb. 01) due to cervical cancer at the age of 32, according to her team who posted the news of her death on her Instagram handle.

Poonam made her feature film debut with Nasha, an erotic drama that was released in 2013. She made cameo appearances in films such as Love Is Poison (Kannada) and Aa Gaya Hero (Hindi). The actress also headlined the Telugu movie Malini & Co and The Journey of Karma.

She was also part of the television reality competition series Lock Upp.

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