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Jan 02, 2018
From Padmavati controversy to nepotism — here's what made news in Bollywood in 20172017 is almost over, and what a year it’s been for Bollywood!
Dec 29, 2017
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Dec 26, 2017
Virushka, Baahubali, Dangal, Padmavati: A complete A-Z glossary for everything Bollywood got up to in 2017Ah, 2017! A year that kept us Bollywood watchers on our toes, busy as bees | YearInReview
Dec 16, 2017
What Varun Dhawan's movie choices reflect: Nepotism doesn't pay, it's talent that shinesThe advantages of nepotism so to speak, are limited; and 2017 is testimony to that.
Dec 13, 2017
Sonam Kapoor on nepotism debate: 'Don’t understand how and why it became such a big thing'Sonam Kapoor broke down the meaning of nepotism and shared her take on the controversy.
Dec 09, 2017
Smriti Irani says 'bechara' Rahul Gandhi must become Congress president before talking about nationUnion Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani took a dig at Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi, saying let the "bechara" (poor thing) first become party chief, and dismissed his becoming the country's leader.
Sep 30, 2017
Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat: Anti-BJP mood may help Congress, but party must not give in to nepotismRahul Gandhi may have enthused Congress cadres and the populace in Saurashtra, but without a strong Gujarat leadership party may not succeed in upcoming elections
Sep 29, 2017
Saif Ali Khan calls nepotism 'horrible': 'I have benefitted from it, but I'm totally against it'"Star kids have more opportunities than people who are not connected to movies," said Saif Ali Khan
Sep 21, 2017
Rishi Kapoor sends abusive DM to woman on Twitter; #BlockBesharamRishi starts trendingRishi Kapoor has invited Twitterati's wrath for sending an abusive DM to a woman who used his 'khaandaan' comment to make a meme.
Sep 16, 2017
Rahul Gandhi was slammed for defending dynastic politics, but what could it tell us of Indian democracy?Inquiring into dynastic succession in politics — as with Rahul Gandhi and the Congress — will help us understand more about India’s democracy