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Sep 18 (00:39) IPL 2020 Opening Ceremony cancelled, here is why (www.insidesport.co)
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IPL 2020: The much-delayed Indian Premier League kicks off on Saturday without its customary glitz and glamour. It means the IPL opening ceremony will not be held for the second time in a row. Last year, the opening ceremony was cancelled as the Committee of Administrators (CoA) has decided to donate the allocated fund to the families of CRPF personnel, who lost their lives in the Pulwama terror attack.

This year the tournament will be held behind closed door at three venues including Dubai and Sharjah.  The opening match will be played between Chennai
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Super Kings and Mumbai Indians at Sheikh Zayed Stadium at 7:30 pm.

Moreover, there will no cheerleaders for the first time.

Yet the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, Sourav Ganguly, expects a surge in viewership for the 13th edition with the matches scheduled for India’s evening primetime TV slots.

“They (broadcasters) are actually expecting the highest rating of IPL this season because they believe if (people) don’t turn up in the ground, they will be actually watching on their television sets,” said Ganguly.

“There is a positive in everything.”

Ganguly said crowds could even return to the stands later in the 53-day tournament, which ends on November 10.

“Because of the Covid and infection, you don’t want people to be too close to each other, but very soon you will see there will be 30 percent people in the ground with social distancing,” the former captain said.

“They are properly tested and allowed to enter the ground. But I think that is going to happen over a period of time.”

Rajasthan Royals batsman Robin Uthappa believes the tournament will buoy cricket-lovers after a year hit by sporting postponements and cancellations.

“Most definitely, it is going to be really special this year, simply because of what we all have gone through as a human race,” Uthappa said in a video posted on the IPL’s official website.

“I think in this unpredictable time, we were and are craving for normalcy and this tournament and sports, in general, brings about that feeling of normalcy back into our lives.”

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To reduce the number of people in the grounds, there will be no dancing cheerleaders.

Players will be ferried to and from hotels under strict BCCI health safety protocols. More than 20,000 coronavirus tests will be carried out, officials say.

The tournament has already been under scrutiny after two Chennai players tested positive for the coronavirus. Several top players pulled out in the build-up, mostly citing personal reasons.

The IPL is the most popular domestic league in the world but since its inception in 2008 has contended with corruption and match-fixing cases.

A spot-fixing scandal in 2013 led to two teams — Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals — being suspended for two seasons.

But with the teams in bio-bubbles, BCCI anti-corruption chief Ajit Singh told AFP last month that “controlling interaction between players and others will not be very difficult”.

Despite the controversies, the IPL has attracted top foreign stars with Australia’s Pat Cummins the most expensive overseas player after he was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for $2.17 million at auction.

The spotlight will also be on Indian stars including Chennai captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and star batsman Virat Kohli, who will seek his maiden IPL title with Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Dhoni retired from international cricket last month but remains one of the biggest attractions of the tournament.

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Sep 10 (00:22) Kamala Harris Becoming First Woman President Will Be Insult To US: Trump (www.ndtv.com)
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2020 US Presidential Election: Donald Trump said people don't like Kamala Harris (File)North Carolina: US President Donald Trump has attacked Democratic Vice President nominee Kamala Harris saying "people don't like her" and it would be "an insult" to the US if she becomes President."It's very simple to remember - if Biden wins, China wins, it is as simple as that. You have a situation where we build the greatest economy in the history of the world and we were forced to close it because the China plague came in and now we have opened it (the economy)," Trump said at a rally in North Carolina."People don't like her (US Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris) - nobody likes her. She can never be the first woman president of the US. It will be an insult to our country," he added.He further said that "it was clear" why China and the "rioters"...
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want Biden to win because "they know his policies will be the downfall of America".Further attacking Kamala Harris, Trump said that it was interesting that Biden picked her as his running mate in the upcoming elections even after she "left the race"."She left the race (for president) and it's interesting that they picked her because, in theory, they should win California but I don't know, we will make them play for that. You always pick someone who is going up in the polls," Trump added.Trump further said that he views the trade deal with China "much differently" now than he did before. "We signed a great trade deal (with China) but the ink was not dry when the plague (COVID-19) came in so I view that trade deal much differently than I did before," he said.The US Presidential elections are scheduled to be held on November 3, this year.(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)
Sep 03 (15:40) Annup Sonii takes dig at Kangana Ranaut: ‘Anyone who feels that 90% of the film industry is on drugs should join pious industries like politics’ (m.hindustantimes.com)
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Actor Annup Sonii has commented on Kangana Ranaut’s claims that 99% of Bollywood is affected with drug abuse. Kangana made the allegation in connection with the Sushant Singh Rajput death case.

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Annup Sonii took a dig at Kangana Ranaut who has been regularly voicing her opinion on the involvement of drugs in the death case of Sushant Singh Rajput. After she suggested that almost entire film industry is on drugs, Annup took to social media with some suggestions.

Annup tweeted Thursday morning, “Anyone who feels that 90% of the film industry is on drugs should not stay in this dirty rotten industry and join the most pious and Ganga se bhi jyada pavitra Industries (Industries more pure than River Ganga)...May be Rajneeti (politics) Industry.”

 

He also wrote, “Film industry is not about 6/7 ppl, it includes lakhs of ppl, actors, directors, producers, Cinematographers,Editors,Singers, Music Directors, Lyricists,Art Director,Costume designers,Make up Men, Hair Stylist, Light men, Set constructors and many many more..”

 

Kangana had tweeted, “I specifically mentioned most high profile parties and inner circle of hugely successful stars, I have no doubt that people like you have never been invited to those parties cos these drugs are expensive, 99% superstars have been exposed to hard drugs and I guarantee this.” She was responding to filmmaker Anubhav Sinha’s comment where he said, “Anyone who says 90% of any industry is on drugs is on drugs. Even the drugs industry itself will have a much lower percentage. Talking of low percentages...... ok let it be....”

 

Recently, in an interview with Republic TV, Kangana talked about Bollywood’s alleged drugs nexus and claimed that 99% of people in the industry are drug users. She alleged that a ‘character actor’ spiked her drink and took advantage of her during her early days in the film industry.

Earlier this week, Kangana also requested some Bollywood stars to take tests for drug abuse. “I request Ranveer Singh, Ranbir Kapoor, Ayan Mukerji, Vicky Kaushik to give their blood samples for drug test, there are rumours that they are cocaine addicts, I want them to bust these rumours, these young men can inspire millions if they present clean samples. @PMOIndia,” she wrote.

Also read: Kareena Kapoor Khan is blown away by husband Saif Ali Khan’s Adipurush poster, calls him ‘the most handsome devil in history’

Recently, Raveena Tandon and Hansal Mehta responded to Kangana’s comments. Raveena took to Twitter to say that it was unfair to generalise and that the film industry, like every other profession, has ‘rotten apples’.
Aug 07 (01:11) Coronavirus India LIVE Updates: India’s tally breaches 20-lakh mark, recoveries double the active cases (indianexpress.com)
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Coronavirus India News Live Updates: India’s Covid-19 tally crossed 20 lakh on Thursday to stand at 20, 22,019, while fatalities were recorded at 41,631, according to private aggregator Covid19India. The number of recoveries (13,75,233) are now more than double the number of active cases (6,04,701).

Manipur government on Thursday extended total lockdown in the northeastern state for another nine days citing the increasing number of positive cases without travel history in the state. An order to this effect was issued by Manipur Chief Secretary Dr Rajesh Kumar, directing the deputy commissioners of all
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the districts concerned to issue order for complete lockdown and curfew. Meanwhile, Himachal Pradesh minister Sukh Ram Chaudhary has tested positive for coronavirus on Thursday.

Bihar’s skyrocketed to 68,148 on Thursday as the state recorded more than 3,000 cases, for the first time, in a single day and 19 casualties spiked the death toll to 388, the state health department said. Meanwhile, Andhra Pradesh raced closer to 2-lakh mark in COVID- 19 case count, adding over 10,000 fresh infections for the second day in a row. Andhra’s toll rose by 72 to stand at 1,753.

Globally, over 18.7 million people have been infected with the novel coronavirus; over seven lakh have died so far. The United States continued to be the worst-affected followed by Brazil and India.

India’s Covid-19 tally crossed 20 lakh on Thursday to stand at 20, 22,019, while fatalities were recorded at 41,631, according to private aggregator Covid19India. The number of recoveries (13,75,233) are now more than double the number of active cases (6,04,701).

Himachal Pradesh minister Sukh Ram Chaudhary has tested positive for coronavirus on Thursday. In a Facebook post, the MPP (multi purpose projects) and power minister stated that his personal assistant Sonu Chaudhary had tested COVID-19 positive. So, he got himself tested and his report is positive, he added. "The legislator from Sirmaur's Paonta Sahib requested those who came in contact with him recently to get themselves quarantined and tested for COVID-19." Sukh Ram Chaudhary was inducted in the state cabinet along with two other MLAs on July 30. (PTI)

Manipur cabinet on Thursday extended total lockdown in the state for another nine days citing the increasing number of positive cases without travel history in the state. An order to this effect was issued by Manipur Chief Secretary Dr Rajesh Kumar, directing the deputy commissioners of all the districts concerned to issue order for complete lockdown and curfew. “New cases infection of COVID-19 continues to be detected amongst the people who have no travel history.

As such, the state cabinet on Thursday decided that the lockdown needs to be continued to check the spread of COVID-19 infections”, said the Manipur Chief Secretary.Manipur Government announced for seven days complete lockdown and Curfew from July 23 after COVID-19 positive cases particularly without travel history spiked at a substantial rate. The lockdown was imposed at a time when the entire country was preparing for unlock as per the MHA order.

The strictly enforce the lockdown the Government curfew in the entire state barring movements of people as well as vehicles. Shops were also ordered to be closed during the lockdown period. Only a handful of activities related with essential services like medical among others were exempted from the purview of the lockdown. - Jimmy Leivon reports from Manipur

Bihar’s skyrocketed to 68,148 on Thursday as the state recorded more than 3,000 cases, for the first time, in a single day and 19 casualties spiked the death toll to 388, the state health department said. Meanwhile, Andhra Pradesh raced closer to 2-lakh mark in COVID- 19 case count, adding over 10,000 fresh infections for the second day in a row. Andhra’s toll rose by 72 to stand at 1,753.

Kuwait has approved India's request to run repatriation flights for citizens wishing to return home, even as the Gulf nation has imposed an indefinite travel ban on 31 "high-risk" coronavirus countries, including India, according to a media report on Thursday. Kuwait's Directorate-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) will operate the repatriation flights from August 10 to October 24, the Gulf News reported, citing Kuwaiti newspaper Al Qabas. The burden of flights will be shared equally between Indian and Kuwaiti airlines and each day about 1,000 Indians will leave Kuwait City, the report said. Kuwait has a population of 4.8 million with foreigners accounting for 3.4 million. There are about one million Indian expatriates in Kuwait. (PTI)

10,328 new Covid-19 cases, 72 deaths & 8516 recoveries reported in the last 24 hours in Andhra Pradesh. Total cases rise to 1,96,789 including 1,12,870 recoveries and 1,753 deaths. Number of active cases stands at 82,166, State Command Control Room, Andhra Pradesh.

10,328 new #COVID19 cases, 72 deaths & 8516 recoveries reported in the last 24 hours in Andhra Pradesh. Total cases rise to 1,96,789 including 1,12,870 recoveries and 1,753 deaths. Number of active cases stands at 82,166: State Command Control Room, Andhra Pradesh pic.twitter.com/KpDrZ24w9x

Karnataka CM B SYediyurappa is cheerful, responding well to treqatment, says hospital.

#Covid19: @CMofKarnatakaB.S.Yediyurappa is cheerful says hospital. "Chief Minister Shri B.S.Yediyurappa is cheerful, responding well to the treatment and continues to attend to his work from his room.": Manipal Hospital @IndianExpress pic.twitter.com/aWguexJsGK

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Thursday said the cord blood bank in the city will be used for treating COVID-19 patients in addition to the plasma bank at the state-run Calcutta Medical College Hospital. She announced that psychology students will be inducted for tele counselling of COVID-19 patients and their families. She also cautioned that none should impersonate representatives from COVID-19 testing centres and said the people should get their samples tested only at government authorised laboratories. (PTI)

A total of 499 Covid-19 cases (73 from Jammu & 426 from Kashmir), 464 recoveries & 10 deaths reported in Jammu and Kashmir in the last 24 hours. With this, total cases have risen to 23,454, including 15,708 recoveries and 436 deaths: Jammu and Kashmir Administration.

499 #COVID19 cases (73 from Jammu & 426 from Kashmir), 464 recoveries & 10 deaths reported in Jammu and Kashmir in the last 24 hours. With this, total cases have risen to 23,454, including 15,708 recoveries and 436 deaths: Jammu and Kashmir Administration pic.twitter.com/jximXoqpzr

The total number of recoveries among COVID-19 patients in India has jumped to 13,28,336, pushing the recovery rate to 67.62 per cent on Thursday, while the case fatality rate has further dropped to 2.07 per cent, the Union health ministry said. The recoveries exceeded active cases of the coronavirus infection by 7,32,835, it stated. There are 5,95,501 active cases of COVID-19 in the country, which as a percentage of the total cases has seen a "significant drop from 34.17 per cent on July 24 to 30.31 per cent as on date", the ministry said. A total of 46,121 COVID-19 patients have been discharged in a span of 24 hours. "The recovery rate has continued its upward journey to reach another record high of 67.62 pre cent amongst COVID-19 patients," the ministry said. (PTI)

1,299 Covid-19 cases, 1,008 recovered, and 15 deaths reported in Delhi today. Total number of cases in the national capital is now at 1,41,531, including 1,27,124 recovered, 10,348 active cases & 4,059 deaths, said Delhi Health Department.



Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari inaugurates the new Covid-19 testing laboratory (molecular lab) of the Bhaktivedanta Hospital, Mira Bhayandar through the digital platform from Raj Bhavan, Mumbai. Governor asks the hospital to give ‘motherly affection’ to patients.

Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari inaugurates the new #COVID19 testing laboratory (molecular lab) of the Bhaktivedanta Hospital, Mira Bhayandar through the digital platform from Raj Bhavan, Mumbai. Governor asks the hospital to give ‘motherly affection’ to patients pic.twitter.com/OcsJMmYP7t

India's proactive and graded multi-level institutional response to Covid resulted in maintain "very low cases and deaths per million" population, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said Thursday. While speaking at a virtual meeting of the regional director of WHO for South-East Asia (SEA) with ministers of health of the member nations, he added that this could be achieved and maintained despite high population density, low fractional GDP spending and per capita doctor and hospital bed availability compared to developed nations, reported PTI.

The Delhi government has again sent a proposal to Lt Governor Anil Baijal to allow hotels, gymnasium and weekly markets to reopen, saying that the COVID-19 situation has been improving in the national capital, sources said on Thursday. The government said that in accordance with the unlock guidelines issued by the Centre, it has right to take decision to allow such establishments in Delhi. In its proposal, the AAP government said that the COVID-19 cases have been increasing in several states and situation is frequently deteriorating, but hotels, gyms and weekly have been allowed there. (PTI)



he World Health Organization on Thursday urged the member nations of its southeast Asia region to maintain essential health services and accelerate resumption of healthcare facilities hit by the pandemic as an integral part of the COVID-19 response. The pandemic has put immense strain on health systems across the South-East Asia Region. Previous disease outbreaks have shown that disruption to essential services caused by an outbreak can be more deadly than the outbreak itself, said Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, the Regional Director WHO South-East Asia Region, on Thursday. (PTI)

Convalescent plasma therapy has not shown any benefit in reducing mortality risk in  COVID-19 patients, according to an interim analysis of a randomised controlled trial done at AIIMS in Delhi to assess the efficacy of this mode of treatment. The therapy involves taking antibodies from a recovered person and transfusing those into an active coronavirus patient to help kickstart the immune system to fight back the infection. AIIMS Director Dr Randeep Guleria told PTI on Thursday that no clear mortality benefit of convalescent plasma therapy was noticed during a trial conducted among 30 COVID-19 patients. During the trial, one group of patients was given convalescent plasma therapy along with the standard supportive treatment while the other group only received standard treatment. The number of fatalities recorded in both the groups was equal and there was not much clinical improvement in the condition of patients, he told PTI.

Disulfiram, the medication used to treat alcoholism, may help in the fight against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, according to a study. The researchers from National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE) in Russia noted that the structural elements of the novel coronavirus that are less subject to mutation during its evolution should be chosen as a target for the potential treatment. Otherwise, a medication effective against one strain would no longer be effective against another, they said.

The best candidates for this are conservative proteins, such as the SARS-CoV-2 virus main protease M pro, according to the study published in the Mendeleev Communications journal. In addition to being resistant to mutations, M pro plays a major role in coronavirus replication, which means that its inhibition is able to slow down or even completely stop its reproduction inside the body, the researchers said. Read full story here

Delhi court has directed the police to register an FIR in a case of alleged duping of a man into ordering 3M category masks worth about Rs 2.25 lakh. Metropolitan Magistrate Manu Vedwan directed the Station House Officer (SHO) of Police Station, Punjabi Bagh, to lodge the case and file a status report by September 18. "The SHO, Police Station, Punjabi Bagh, is directed to lodge an FIR under appropriate sections of IPC or any other law with all the contents of complaint in the case and carry out the investigation in a fair manner and to conclude the same as expeditiously as possible which otherwise also in the mandate of the law," the court said in its order passed on July 30. (PTI)

Himachal Pradesh's Covid-19 case tally rises to 2,928. There are 1,087 active cases, 1,801 recovered cases and 12 deaths in the state: State Health Department.

India's proactive and graded multi-level institutional response to Covid resulted in maintain "very low cases and deaths per million" population, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said Thursday. While speaking at a virtual meeting of the regional director of WHO for South-East Asia (SEA) with ministers of health of the member nations, he added that this could be achieved and maintained despite high population density, low fractional GDP spending and per capita doctor and hospital bed availability compared to developed nations, reported PTI.

With the virus spreading rapidly all over the country, there are only three states right now, Meghalaya, Sikkim and Andaman and Nicobar Islands, that have less than 1,000 people infected with the disease. Lakshadweep, hasn’t reported even a single case till now, becoming the only region in India entirely free of the epidemic.

Two Indian vaccine candidates that have started human trials are progressing at great speeds. Dr Balram Bhargava, director general of Indian Council of Medical Research, announced on Tuesday that phase-I trials of these two candidates were all but over.

Bhargava said Hyderabad-based Bharat Biotech had completed its phase-I studies for its vaccine candidate at 11 of the 12 selected sites. The company had already started phase-II trials at these places. The other vaccine candidate, being developed by Ahmedabad-based Zydus Cadila, had also started phase-II trials at 11 sites, he said.

The two companies had begun injecting the participants for their vaccine candidates around July 15. Bharat Biotech was aiming to rope in around 1,125 participants in its phase I/II trials, while Zydus was targeting around 1,048 participants.

Both these companies had got approvals to carry out phase-I and phase-II trials at one go. In phase-I trial, the vaccine is tested for its safety in human beings, while in phase-II its ability to trigger immune response in human body is assessed. In normal times, each phase of trial takes up to several months to be completed.

Meanwhile, Russia’s candidate vaccine was reported to have completed phase-I human trials in the second week of July. According to a news report in the Russia’s TASS news agency at that time, the phase-II trials were started on July 13. It is not clear whether the phase-II trials have also declared to have been completed. Usually, each of these phases can take several months to be completed. But considering the prevailing emergency situation, vaccine trials are being fast-tracked across the world.

This rush to produce the vaccine is leading to a lot of discomfort. Over the weekend, while testifying before a panel of US lawmakers, Anthony Fauci, a top US public health expert and one of the most trusted voices on the Coronavirus epidemic, had expressed doubts over the vaccines being produced in China and Russia. A Chinese vaccine has already been approved for limited use, without going through phase-III trials. It is being administered only to army personnel right now.

HUNT FOR CORONAVIRUS VACCINE: THE STORY SO FAR

*More than 160 vaccine candidates in pre-clinical or clinical trials*23 of them in clinical trials*Six in final stages, phase-III of human trials*At least eight candidate vaccines being developed in India. Two of these have entered phase-I human trials.
Jul 28 (00:51) Dil Bechara: Sanjana Sanghi Posts Favourite Memory - When Sushant Singh Rajput Fell Asleep On Her Shoulder (www.ndtv.com)
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Sanjana and Sushant in a pic from Dil Bechara sets (courtesy sanjanasanghi96)HighlightsSanjana shared a pic from a song shoot"#FavouriteMomentsFromSet," Sanjana added to her post'Dil Bechara' premiered on July 24New Delhi: Sanjana Sanghi, who often remembers her co-star Sushant Singh Rajput with fond memories, shared one of her "favourite" photos from the sets of Dil Bechara. The photo is from one of the times when Sushant fell asleep with his head on Sanjana's shoulder. Sanjana said it's from the late night shoot of the song Taare Gin: "4:30 am: Manny takes a power nap during a night shoot for Taare Gin, as Kizie lends her shoulder, lost in thought as she always was." Dil Bechara, which premiered on Disney+Hotstar recently, is based on John green's book The Fault In Our Stars. Sanjana features as Kizie Basu while Sushant can be seen as her love interest Manny. Sushant Singh Rajput died in Mumbai...
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last month."#FavouriteMomentsFromSet," Sanjana added to her post.View this post on Instagram4:30AM : Manny takes a power nap during a night shoot for Taare Gin, as Kizie lends her shoulder, lost in thought as she always was. #FavouriteMomentsFromSetA post shared by Sanjana Sanghi (@sanjanasanghi96) on Jul 26, 2020 at 10:31pm PDTOn the day of Dil Bechara's release, Sanjana dedicated this note to the late actor: "Thank you for giving us the strength in ways known and unknown to somehow brave through this incredibly tough path. We can feel the strength every minute. It's the only silver lining amidst so many dark clouds."View this post on InstagramMy Manny, I hope you're looking over us, blessing us, and smiling upon us as we are, looking up at you, searching for you, in equal parts awe and disbelief. As @castingchhabra so correctly said, how could both our debut films ever be his last? Life is just so not fair. Thank you for giving us the strength in ways known and unknown to somehow brave through this incredibly tough path. We can feel the strength every minute. It's the only silver lining amidst so many dark clouds. The day apparently has come. It's #DilBecharaDay Here's praying for peace, positivity and calm to each and everyone. Milte hain. Jald. @roo_cha thank you, for everything.A post shared by Sanjana Sanghi (@sanjanasanghi96) on Jul 23, 2020 at 11:49pm PDTSanjana Sanghi filled up her album of favourite on-set memories with throwback photos, some of them from Paris. "Some of the most precious little moments, that I will cherish for a lifetime, from a dreamy few days of filming in Paris while creating Khul Ke Jeene Ka for you all," she wrote.View this post on InstagramAao filmon ke, be-adab gaane gaate hain. Heroine-Hero - aaj hum tum ban jaate hain? Khul Ke Jeene Ka, Tareeka Tumhe Sikhate Hain. - 🖊 🎧 🎶 @amitabhbhattacharyaofficial @arijitsingh @sashasublime @arrahman @castingchhabra @swastikamukherjee13 Some of the most precious little moments, that I will cherish for a lifetime, from a dreamy few days of filming in Paris while creating #KhulKeJeeneKa for you all. #ThinkingOfYou #SushantSinghRajputA post shared by Sanjana Sanghi (@sanjanasanghi96) on Jul 20, 2020 at 12:35pm PDTRemembering Sushant Singh Rajput, Sanjana also listed down all what she misses sharing with the actor: "I need to laugh till my stomach hurts at all your bad jokes. I need to compete with you on who can eat more ham & cheese omelettes and drink more chai."PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.comView this post on InstagramOye? I need to laugh till my stomach hurts at all your bad jokes. I need to compete with you on who can eat more ham & cheese omelettes and drink more chai. Fight with you over who's script looks more tattered and worn out because we worked on it endlessly. Try to keep up with your electric pace every time you said, "Chal na, thoda dance karte hain!" in the middle of a tough scene. And argue with you over what we feel about Yuval Noah Harrari & Freud's books. UGH.A post shared by Sanjana Sanghi (@sanjanasanghi96) on Jul 4, 2020 at 7:55am PDTDil Bechara marked Sanjana Sanghi's first film in a lead role. In a previous post, Sanjana had revealed that Sushant used to encourage her on sets with this compliment: "Rockstar, itni achi acting thodi na karte hain paagal." Dil Bechara remains Sushant's last movie.
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