Sunday, July 21, 2013

shahrukh khan and salman khan huged eachother in iftar party of congress leader | srk and salman r friend again | salman and shahrukh friends again | fight ends between shahrukh and salman

Two of Bollywood's biggest superstars, Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan, have ended one of the film industry's most-talked-about feuds. Both the actors hugged each other at an Iftar party hosted by Congress leader and Bandra MLA Baba Siddique on Sunday. They had not spoken to each other after a fight at actor Katrina Kaif's birthday party in 2008. "Salman and Shah Rukh are my childhood friends. They themselves met each other," said Mr Siddique. Both Shah Rukh and Salman seemed perfectly fine, the latter being the one who took the initiative to shake hands and hug Shah Rukh. The Iftar party took place at Taj Lands End in Bandra. tags: shahrukh khan and salman khan huged eachother in iftar party of congress leader | srk and salman r friend again | salman and shahrukh friends again | fight ends between shahrukh and salman

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

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cute monkey but what he is thinking

cute monkey but what he is thinking


cute monkey but what he is thinking

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ian bell is looking more eager for ashes glory | ashes 2013 | ashes series 2013

LONDON  – Ian Bell said on Tuesday that he was looking to carry on from where he left off, as Ashes holders England bid to go 2-0 up in their five-match series against Australia in the second Test at Lord’s this week.
Bell struck the only century of the match as England just did enough to beat Australia by 14 runs in a thrilling first Test at Nottingham’s Trent Bridge.
England's Ian Bell leaves the field after losing his wicket for 109 runs during the first Ashes Test match at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, on July 13, 2013. Bell says he is looking to carry on from where he left off, as Ashes holders England bid to go 2-0 up in their five-match series against Australia in the second Test at Lord's this week. © AFP/File Andrew Yates
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Bell’s second innings 109, made with England under pressure, was arguably the Warwickshire right-hander’s best Test innings, helping the hosts set Australia a target of 311.
“Yeah, definitely. I’m very happy to contribute to the team at the right opportunity and I’m hungry for more,” Bell told Sky Sports on Tuesday.
“That’s in the past now and the important thing is what happens in this next Test match and if I can contribute again to us winning a Test match then that’s what I’ll be doing in preparation over the next two days to make sure I can do the same again for England.
Bell added: “We were excited. We thought it was a great Test match, every player enjoyed it. Let’s hope the next one is exactly the same.”
The second Test starts on Thursday.

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