Coronavirus Outbreak: Ekta Kapoor to forego one-year salary of Rs 2.5 cr so 'co-workers don't have to take a hit'
Filmmaker Ekta Kapoor on Friday said she will be letting go of her one-year salary of Rs 2.5 crores so as to provide financial aid to her co-workers in her company Balaji Telefilms.
Citing the "unprecedented situation" due to the outbreak of coronavirus, COAI noted that the governments are taking various measures to reduce social interactions, in order to contain the spread of the pandemic.
After Mahat and Aishwarya lashed out at Mumtaz in last week's episode, the environment inside the Bigg Boss Tamil house turned even more grim
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The week seven in the Bigg Boss house started with a spree of high-octane drama.
The narrative of Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii will apparently begin from where the serial left off.
Ekta Kapoor's Balaji Telefilms has announced the stepping down of Sameer Nair as its group CEO. Nair will now act in an advisory position.
Many screens in Chennai and its suburbs have only limited shows, with footfalls reaching an all time low.
SRH skipper Shikhar Dhawan today put the blame for their crushing 72-run defeat against Kings XI Punjab on their fielding lapses and batting failure.
The actress, her friend and six personal security officers, including three ex-servicemen, were also arrested in a joint operation by Delhi Police and Chennai Crime Branch.
STAR had initially picked up a 21 percent stake in Balaji Telefilms, and later increased to 25.9 percent through an open offer.The relationship between the two has been rocky after the TRP rating for Balaji's serials declined.