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Bollywood film-makers and their obsession with foreign locales has been a known fact for ages now.

Bhushan Kumar, the head honcho of T-Series, is elated. His company's YouTube Channel has surpassed the 50 million subscriber base and is now the most viewed channel worldwide and the second most subscribed channel.

Bollywood seems to be taking the adage, "Old wine in a new bottle", a bit too seriously. Of late, in a trend of sorts, several old songs have been rehashed and used in current films.

A famous husband may mean bigger opportunities in Bollywood, but Divya Khosla Kumar insists that being married to Bhushan didn't necessarily mean that it was easier for her.

His films have always revolved around offbeat stories. Now film-maker Milan Luthria's next movie, Baadshaho, which releases today, will narrate the story of India's Emergency period (1975-77), and it promises to be a complete entertainer.

Bollywood stars Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan have extended their support to Tum Bin 2, making movie buffs wonder if they are also doing cameo in the upcoming film.

This was the 15th consecutive year that Aishwarya Rai Bachchan sashayed down the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival.

With Airlift becoming a big hit, the Indian audience has proven that it is today mature and ready for real cinema based on true stories.

Bhushan Kumar and Divya Khosla Kumar's wedding anniversary was yesterday - just a day before Valentine's Day (February 14). They got married on February 13, 2005.

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