#Indian Express

Maestro Review: Nithiin, Tamannaah Bhatia, Nabha Natesh’s Andhadhun Remake Leaves Critics Unimpressed

Helmed by Merlapaka Gandhi, Maestro is an official remake of Bollywood film Andhadhun that starred Ayushmann Khurrana, Tabu, Radhika Apte in major roles. The South version of the same released on Disney+ Hotstar on September 17 and stars Nithiin, Tamannaah Bhatia, and Nabha Natesh. A lot of hope has been attached to the movie as it sees brilliant artists in one frame. The reviews of Maestro are out and going by the same, we feel it has not clicked with the critics much. Many have given Andhadhun more points than this one. Here, check out the verdict below. Maestro Trailer: Nithiin, Tamannaah Bhatia, Nabha Natesh’s Mystery Thriller Promises to be a Faithful AndhaDhun Remake (Watch Video).
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Bekaaboo 2 Release Date , Cast And Latest Updates

Bekaaboo is a story of wild desire, fantasies, and dark secrets. The erotic thriller reveals the untold life of a female stalker, Kashti (Priya Banerjee) and how she lures and traps Kiyan (Rajeev Siddhartha). Release Date. The 1st season was released on May 14 2019 and the second season was...
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Explained: The debate behind changing New Zealand's name

New Zealand’s Maori Party Tuesday launched a petition to officially change the country’s name to “Aotearoa”, which means “land of the long white cloud” in the indigenous Te Reo Maori language. While launching the campaign, the party also urged the Jacinda Ardern-led New Zealand government to restore the Maori names for all towns, cities and place names.

“Continuing chain of abuse of state institutions.” Activists stand with Harsh Mander

While condemning the Enforcement Directorate (ED) raids carried out at premises linked to retired IAS officer and activist Harsh Mander, activists and public intellectuals said the raids were a part of a “continuing chain of abuse of state institutions” to silence government critics. On Thursday morning, ED officers conducted raids...

Muslim man dies in custody; Gujarat police say suicide, family demands probe

32 year old Muslim youth in Godhra, Qasim Abdullah Hayat who was arrested on charges of transporting beef, found dead on Thursday inside the Godhra B Division police station lock-up, reports Indian Express. Panchmahals district police said Qasim Abdullah Hayat was yet to be produced before a magistrate. Hayat was...

High drama in Gujarat; Speaker Rajendra Trivedi resigns before cabinet swearing-in

The chinks in the mighty Modi-Shah combine are becoming visible, as the Gujarat Assembly Speaker Rajendra Trivedi resigned his post on Thursday (September 16) morning, just hours before the swearing-in of new cabinet ministers. Submitting his resignation to the Deputy Speaker, Trivedi, a MLA from Raopura in Vadodara said that...

‘Kashmiri Pandits seem not interested in returning home’

SRINAGAR, SEP 15: Thousands of Kashmiri Pandits were forced to emigrate in the 1980s, an official said that there were an estimated 25,000 unregistered Kashmiri Pandit families living in Delhi before 1989, but only 3,000 people came to collect application forms in a year after the announcement of the domicile certificate scheme only 806 families’ submitted applications.

Dabholkar murder: Court frames murder, terrorism charges against five Hindutva men

A Special Court in Pune on Wednesday framed the charges against five men linked to the Hindutva outfit Sanatan Sanstha in Dr. Narendra Dabholkar murder case of 2013. Additional Sessions Judge SR Navandar framed charges against four of the accused, Dr. Virendrasingh Tawade, Sachin Andure Sharad Kalaskar and Vikram Bhave for murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and under Section 16 of the draconian UAPA pertaining to terrorist act and various provisions of the Arms Act for the use of firearm, reported Indian Express. The court has charged another accused Advocate Sanjeev Punalekar for destruction of evidence in the case.

Kohli backed to continue as India captain in all three formats

Virat Kohli will continue to captain India in all three formats, a top national cricket board official said Tuesday, after speculation that the batting great could be replaced as skipper for limited-overs games. Kohli's recent sketchy form with the bat has led to reports that changes could be made after...

More children contract COVID; experts say too soon for panic button

The percentage of children below 10 years contracting COVID-19 has seen a steady rise – from 2.80 per cent in March this year to 7.04 per cent in August – even as the country prepares for the onset of an inevitable third wave of the pandemic, data provided by the Empowered Group-1 (EG-1) has said.

Rajasthan: Cow Vigilantes Run Over A Minor, 3 Arrested for Murder

NEW DELHI — A Muslim minor was killed after being run over by a vehicle that the family alleged was being driven by cow vigilantes who were chasing a truck allegedly carrying cows in Rajasthan. According to The Indian Express, the family of the 17-year-old filed a police complaint alleging...