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By Uwons
San Francisco : CA : USA | 4 years ago  
The Talk of the town this week and month is Shahrukh Khan and Bal Thakray the head of Shiv Sena.Shahrukh Khan made a comment few days back about in IPL 3 Pakistan Players should play and...
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      Pakistan Chronicle | 4 years ago
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      Pakistan Chronicle | 4 years ago
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      Pakistan Chronicle | 4 years ago
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      Pakistan Chronicle | 4 years ago
    Mumbaikars queue up to watch 'My Name Is Khan' Published: February 13, 2010 In a remarkable show of solidarity with superstar Shahrukh Khan, the people of Mumbai turned out in droves to watch his latest movie My Name Is Khan despite the fear of an...
  • My Mame Is Khan released in three talkies of Nashik

      Daily News & Analysis | 4 years ago
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  • Mumbai shows Sena its spirit, flocks to watch MNIK

      The Hindustan Times | 4 years ago
    The Shiv Sena may have been able to terrorise cinema theatre owners, at least initially, but it could not do the same to the residents of Mumbai. Mumbaikars descended in hordes to the few theatres that began screening Shah Rukh starrer My Name Is...
  • Security and Eager Crowds Greet Bollywood Film

      The New York Times | 4 years ago
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      Sify News | 4 years ago
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      Pakistan Chronicle | 4 years ago
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      Daily News & Analysis | 4 years ago
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      Times of India | 4 years ago
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      Daily News & Analysis | 4 years ago
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      Times Online | 4 years ago
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      The Hindustan Times | 4 years ago
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      Asian Tribune | 4 years ago
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      Al Jazeera English | 4 years ago
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      Daily News & Analysis | 4 years ago
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      BDNews24 | 4 years ago
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      The Guardian | 4 years ago
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      Dawn | 4 years ago
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      Times of India | 4 years ago
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      Rediff | 4 years ago
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      The Hindustan Times | 4 years ago
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      The New York Times | 4 years ago
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      Pakistan Chronicle | 4 years ago
    Shiv Sena continues to attack Shahrukh's film Published: February 11, 2010 Despite an assurance from the Shiv Sena supremo that the party will not disrupt the release of Shahrukh Khan’s upcoming film My Name Is Khan, Shiv sainiks went on rampage and...
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      Pakistan Chronicle | 4 years ago
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      Asian Tribune | 4 years ago
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      The Hindustan Times | 4 years ago
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      Daily News & Analysis | 4 years ago
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      The Hindustan Times | 4 years ago
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  • Why Sena slammed SRK and spared Big B, asks MNS

      The Hindustan Times | 4 years ago
    In the latest episode of the My Name Is Khan controversy, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena leader Raj Thackeray joined in by slamming the Shiv Sena's double standards and said his party will not target the film. He said the Sena protests against the Shah...
  • Sena threat looms over 'My Name is Khan' release

      BDNews24 | 4 years ago
    More than a thousand Shiv Sena workers have been arrested and security beefed up at many of Mumbai's movie theatres after the Hindu hardline group warned against the Feb. 12 release of "My Name is Khan". Shiv Sena workers tore up the film's posters...
  • 'Maha govt prevented SRK-Thackeray meet'

      Rediff | 4 years ago
    However, the ruling Congress-NCP (Nationalist Congress Party) combine foiled the bid, saying the government was capable of tackling the Shiv Sainiks," Shiv Sena said in the party mouthpiece ' Saamana '. "SRK [ Images ] has now declared in Abu Dhabi...
  • Sena trailer scares city

      The Hindustan Times | 4 years ago
    The stand-off over Shah Rukh Khan’s movie, My Name Is Khan, continued on Wednesday, with violent protests by Shiv Sena activists forcing theatres to shut advance bookings...Chief Minister Ashok Chavan took control of the police action as the...
  • Theatre owners in Mumbai don't trust govt to protect them

      Daily News & Analysis | 4 years ago
    To make matters worse, within 24 hours of Chavan’s tough talk and police commissioner D Sivanandhan’s assurance to producer-director Karan Johar, the chief minister called for “political dialogue” to water down the crisis, a far cry from the hard...
  • Bookings for SRK's film resume as Govt cracks down on Sena

      The Hindustan Times | 4 years ago
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  • Mumbai police ups security as Sena intensifies stir

      The Hindustan Times | 4 years ago
    The police has asked the theatres playing Shahrukh Khan's latest film "My Name Is Khan" to leave the first three row empty so that no body can reach the screen and disrupt the screening as the Shiv Sena intensified its protests. Among other...
  • What's happening to SRK is unfortunate: Shilpa Shetty

      Daily News & Analysis | 4 years ago
    Shiv Sena has threatened to stall the release of Khan's upcoming film My Name Is Khan after he refused to apologise for his remarks favouring the inclusion of Pakistani players in IPL. "It is everybody's right to express his opinion...When a film...
  • Movies should not be used for drawing political mileage: Congress

      Daily News & Analysis | 4 years ago
    Wisdom should prevail on Shiv Sena and the Sainiks must withdraw their agitation against the film," Congress MP Rajeev Shukla told reporters here on the sidelines of the 15th All India Whips conference here. The Shiv Sena want to draw political...
  • Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan angers regional party

      Bradenton Herald | 4 years ago
    Police in Mumbai detained more than 1,100 Hindu nationalists after mobs tore up movie posters, stoned a theater and threatened to disrupt the opening of Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan's new movie because of comments he made about Pakistan...
  • My Name Is Khan perfect title for my film: Karan Johar

      Daily News & Analysis | 4 years ago
    While deciding upon the title, I just went by my gut and decided on something which brings to fore the spirit of the film and the story that I wanted to tell...The right title of the film was and stays on as My Name Is Khan ," Johar who continues to...
  • Advance bookings of My Name Is Khan stopped in Mumbai multiplexes

      Daily News & Analysis | 4 years ago
    Some of the cinema halls in the city had closed the bookings of the movie yesterday despite assurances from the Maharashtra government of providing security and they are yet to re-open the advance bookings. The Sena workers had attacked single screen...
  • Maharashtra govt cracks down, 1000 Shiv Sainiks detained

      Times of India | 4 years ago
    In a crackdown against Shiv Sena, over 1000 of its activists have been detained ahead of the release of Shah Rukh Khan starrer 'My Name is Khan' after the party stepped up its protest against the film over the actor's remarks favouring inclusion of...
  • 200 Shiv Sena activists held for anti-SRK stir

      Hindustan times | 4 years ago
    Over 200 Shiv Sena activists, some of them office-bearers, were on Tuesday arrested for demonstrating and damaging cinema screens to protest against Shah Rukh Khan, as the party vowed to stall release of the actor's new film My Name is Khan unless he...
  • Sena vs govt over SRK film

      Telegraph India | 4 years ago
    17 AM Sunset : 5:25 PM Today Partly cloudy sky. Mumbai, Feb. 9: My Name is Khan has set the stage for a showdown between the Maharashtra government and the Shiv Sena with the state home ministry throwing an unparalleled security ring around...
  • Sena does a U-turn, targets 'My Name Is Khan'

      Times of India | 4 years ago
    After promising to allow the release of Shah Rukh Khan's 'My Name Is Khan', Shiv Sena did a volte-face on Tuesday as its men went on the rampage attacking movie halls across Mumbai where advance bookings for the film had opened. Chief minister Ashok...
  • Cops in plainclothes at theatres for My Name Is Khan

      Daily News & Analysis | 4 years ago
    Karan Johar, the film’s producer and director, said the police had assured a trouble-free screening of the movie. Earlier, he and some distributors met police chief D Sivanandhan to discuss the issue. “He has assured us of security at all theatres...
  • Shiv Sena activists target Shah Rukh Khan's film

      Daily News & Analysis | 4 years ago
    In Mulund, the glasses of Mehul cinema were broken after one of the protesters pelted stones, police said adding that several gathered outside Huma Cinema at Kanjurmarg and R-City Mall in Ghatkopar, shouting slogans against Khan and the movie,...
  • Karan Johar meets police commissioner on MNIK security issues

      Daily News & Analysis | 4 years ago
    Karan alongwith a group of exhibitors and distributors met the Commisioner at his office here to seek protection for the audience and theatres screening the movie amidst threats to stall the release of his latest offering, police said. "We came here...


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