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Neil to have a 'dramatic' family reunion in Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyar

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Balaji Telefilms’ newly launched show Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyar on Sony Entertainment Television opened to a great response. And now more interesting twists are lined up in the coming episodes.

As seen in the last episode, Neil (Ronit Roy) has come down to India. His daughter Nishi (Rhea Sharma) would also get a whiff that her dad, who had abandoned her as a child, has returned and she would be all geared up to meet him.

So will they meet?

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I would love to stick to daily soaps: Arjun Punj

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Arjun Punj became a popular name in the TV world with his role in Sanjivani – A Medical Boon over a decade back. For almost eight years he kept away from the ‘idiot box’ as he was caught up with his business as well as tried to look for “good” big screen roles.

The actor, who doesn’t shy from calling himself an “out of fame” celebrity, is currently seen on hit daily soap Diya Aur Baati Hum, in which he shares screen space with his wife Gurdip Kohli.

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Aakanksha Singh in Star Plus' Hotel

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Dynamic Sudhir Sharma, producer at Sunshine Productions, is all set to present another superb concept of his to viewers, which has found nest in Star Plus.

The house behind successful shows like Karol Bagh, Na Bole Tum seasons and The Buddy Project, as per sources, has been commissioned a show on the above channel. The title of the show is Hotel.

The concept is a rather unique one with the ‘Hotel’ having its own characteristic.

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Modi plants banyan sapling at Nepal resort

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Kathmandu, Nov 27 (IANS) Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi planted a banyan sapling at the Dhulikhel resort, near here, where the Saarc leaders went for the retreat Thursday.

Bollywood mourns over the death of Australian Cricketer Philip Hughes

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Australian cricketer Philip Hughes was hit by a delivery ball from bowler Sean Abbott during a domestic at Sydney on Tuesday, November 25. Two days battling with the life, today he was declared dead by the doctors at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Australia. His accidental death has set everyone across the globe in shock.

Bollywood celebs took Twitter to mourn over the death of the 25 years-old cricketer, by writing:

Arjun Kapoor: That’s how fickle life is… RIP Phil Hughes… and my heart goes out to @seanabbott77. They were just playing cricket at the end of the day.

Rahul Bose: Just heard the tragic news. #PhilHughes this is the first fatality in the sport I am hearing of after Raman Lamba. A sad day for cricket. Coming as I do from a sport where death is a clear if very remote possibility #rugby seems crazy for someone to lose one’s life in cricket. Let us resolve to stand by Sean Abbott too, at this time. It’s a sport and he mustn’t blame himself for what happened. #RIPPhilHughes

Nimrat Kaur: Terrible to hear about such an untimely death. Phil Hughes departs reminding us all of the fragility of life and to just live every moment.

Aftab Shivdasani: Very very sad news of Australian cricketer Phil Hughes passing away. Prayers and condolences to his family. Sad day for cricket. RIP.

Purab Kohli: RIP Phil Hughes. His demise is a huge loss for cricket. It’s unimaginable how his family, his team mates and Sean Abbott must be feeling.

Punit Malhotra: The Phil Hughes news is just heartbreaking. All said and done they were only playing a sport.

Arbaaz Khan: Extremely saddened by the news that Australian cricketer Phil Hughes passes away after being struck by a bouncer. RIP Phil Hughes.

Karan Johar: No age to go… thoughts and prayers with the family… this is just too sad…#RIPPhilHuges.

Farhan Akhtar: Phil Hughes Rest in Peace. Sean Abbott Live in Peace.