Bollywood PR Dale Bhagwagar explains why ‘feminism’ is bad for women

Bollywood PR Dale Bhagwagar explains why 'feminism' is bad for women.

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Tiger Zinda Hai photo resembles one in Maine Pyar Kiya

When I saw this Salman Khan pic from Tiger Zinda Hai, it immediately reminded me of the posters of Maine Pyar Kiya. So I decided to Google pics from MPK and bingo… that was it. :):) Cute, isn’t it?

Bollywood publicist Dale Bhagwagar posted a cute memory on Twitter.

Bollywood publicist Dale Bhagwagar on Bigg Boss contestant Hina Khan


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Anupam Kher finds Arjumman Mughal promising

For an upcoming actress to get praise from a super-talent like Anupam Kher is quite a moment of thrill and joy. And that’s what Arjumman Mughal experienced when she attended a theatre screening of Kher’s new play Mera Woh Matlab Nahi Tha.

Arjumman Mughal - Pic 17 (Image Courtesy - Dale Bhagwagar Media Group)

Kher praised the actress saying, “She’s a very fine actor and a good dancer. Given a suitable chance she can prove her worth.” The veteran’s words mattered even more to Arjumman as she has been trained under his acting school Actor Prepares and considers him a mentor.

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It can be noted that the actress was acclaimed for her performance in her first film Ya Rab. With its tagline ‘Jihad against terrorism’, the film was endorsed and released by Mahesh Bhatt; a mentor to Anupam Kher.

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Arjumman also bagged the ‘Shaurya Award for Bravery and Excellence’ and ‘Humlog Award’ for her performance in the film.

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She will next be seen in Pradeep Goinsikar’s Tera Kya Hoga Lambodar, in which she plays a superstar, while her co-star Pawan Malhotra essays the role of a director, and Sanjeev Tiwari plays an actor.

Amitabh Bachchan is NOT dead!

Amitabh Bachchan is NOT dead!



‘Killing’ ageing superstars before their time comes, seems to be one of the in-things the internet and social media have come to specialize in! After fake rumours about Lata Mangeshkar and Rajesh Khanna’s demise this year, now the internet has gone ahead and ‘killed’ megastar Amitabh Bachchan this week.


ABOVE: A screen grab of the FAKE news report on


A Blogspot blog called reported Big B’s demise in a “car accident” on its home page a few hours ago; causing panic among Twitterati and Blackberry Messenger (BBM) users who broadcast and discussed it, till they realized it was a false alarm.



According to the said blog, “(Local Team News 9) Amitabh Bachan died in a single vehicle crash on Route 80 between Morristown and Roswell. He was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics responding to the vehicle accident and was identified by photo ID found on his body. Alcohol and drugs do not appear to have been a factor in this accident – June 26, 2012.” (sic)

Also carrying photograph of a car turned over, the article added that “The Highway Safety Investigators have told reporters that Amitabh Bachan lost control while driving a friend’s vehicle on Interstate 80 and rolled the vehicle several times killing him instantly.” (sic)



“Memorial services for Amitabh Bachan have not yet been announced. The service is expected to be a closed casket funeral due to the severe head trauma,” (sic) it concluded after a further description of the so-called ‘accident’.

Commenting on such misleading reports, Bollywood PR specialist Dale Bhagwagar smirked, “The bol bachchan (talking big) attitude of the internet and social media often borders on irony when it keeps ‘killing’ superstars.”



“Social media is a very influential and powerful platform, and everyone should be wary of what they broadcast without verifying. When the rumour broke out, Mr Bachchan was happily tweeting almost every 15 minutes. It just takes a little bit of patience and research to check facts, but sadly, not many do that before they jump to conclusions and discussions on the net,” he analyzed.