Salman Khan support Shahrukh Khan against the Shiv Sena.
Mumbai police have been scurrying around to provide protection to theatres showing My Name Is Khan. But it looks like they are not sure they can deliver.
Mumbai, With more than 1,000 Shiv Sena workers being arrested for vandalism and the Maharashtra government rallying around the Shah Rukh Khan starrer “My Name Is Khan”, several theatre owners banked on the earnest assurances of security and reopened advance
Mumbai, Multiplex chain INOX Cinemas restarted advance bookings for “My Name is Khan” here Wednesday evening after shutting it down for much of the day due to the threat of violent protests by Shiv Sena activists. “Advance booking is now
Mumbai, Shiv Sena activists Tuesday went on a rampage and attacked several cinema halls that will screen Shah Rukh Khan’s “My Name Is Khan” despite the Mumbai Police assuring full security at the 63 cinemas and multiplexes that will showcase
Mumbai, Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar is relieved after the Mumbai police commissioner gave him an assurance Tuesday that his movie “My Name Is Khan” will release in the financial capital without any disruption. “We are very happy with the assurance
New Delhi, Actress-activist Shabana Azmi is all praise for Rahul Gandhi and he “cocked a snook” at the Shiv Sena with his Mumbai trip Friday. And she feels the Sena is trying to boost its “sagging political career” by intimidating
Jaya Bachchan, in an exclusive interview to NDTV, said Bollywood comes together for “national causes”. She was replying to a question on why Bollywood and her own family has not supported Shah Rukh against the Sena.
“I feel saddened by controversies like this. It’s unfortunate, unhealthy and highly insensitive,” Shah Rukh Khan told NDTV in New York.
Allegedly under pressure from the Shiv Sena, cinemas are removing posters of Shah Rukh Khan’s My Name is Khan.