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Vivek Oberoi at S.H.E. - Support Her Education Launch

Delhi, March 8 (ANI): Beauty brand 'The Body Shop', launched S.H.E. - SUPPORT HER EDUCATION, a campaign aimed at educating 100 girls in need, in association with Food for Life Vrindavan (FFLV). The Campaign was endorsed by famous Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi. The event, on the eve of International Women's Day, was made memorable by the girls of FFLV, who staged beautiful dance performances, exuding confidence, and giving out the social message supported by the cause. Mar 8, 2014

Justin Bieber Loses Control During Testimony Trial Because of Selena Gomez

Justin Bieber totally lost his cool at the court hearing on March 6 when lawyer asked him questions pertaining to his relationship with Selena Gomez. Bieber sat for a four and half hour testimony statement under the charges files by a photographer who claimed that the "The Beauty And The Beat" singer sent his men to beat him up. Mar 8, 2014
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MTV and HUL announce six new small screen films

Mumbai, March 8 (ANI): For the very first time, MTV and Hindustan Unilever have joined hands and launched MTV films in the showbiz capital Mumbai recently. MTV Films is a unique initiative that will present six original films by six ace directors of new age Bollywood - Anurag Basu, Anurag Kashyap, Rohan Sippy, Nikhil Advani, Abhinay Deo and Shoojit Sircar. At the launch, film makers seemed quite happy and enthusiastic about this new concept.Starting March 23, 2014 at 7 PM, one movie would be aired every month, inspired by the philosophies of different HUL brands such as Sunsilk, Tresemme, Ponds, Lakme and Close Up, among others. Mar 8, 2014
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"Gulaab Gang" clears way for its release, hitting screens as scheduled

Mumbai/ Allahabad, March 08 (ANI): The lead actors of Bollywood film "Gulaab Gang" breathed a sigh of relief as a day prior to International Women's Day, an Indian court cleared its way to open in cinemas, after it was put on hold over allegations that the film was based on a similar- named real-life Women's Rights Organisation in India. Sampat Pal Devi, leader of the "Gulabi Gang" — a group of vigilantes wearing pink saris who act on complaints of domestic violence and dowry demands — had moved court against the movie. Pal accused the film-makers of basing the movie on her life without her permission. Welcoming the decision, one of the lead actresses, Juhi Chawla said that it was very difficult for the actors with such a controversy surrounding the film. Mar 8, 2014