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Amir Khan’s new Bollywood movie swashbuckler battles the British

Bollywood's answer to "Pirates of the Caribbean", the swashbuckling, star-studded "Thugs of Hindostan" sails into cinemas on Thursday, battling British colonisers on a quest for loot and box office records. This year's big release for India's Diwali festival, the seafaring song-and-dance fest with superstars Aamir Khan and Amitabh Bachchan cost $42 million, making it the most expensive movie to date in the Hindi-language industry. Filmed in India, Thailand and off the coast of Malta, it brings together for the first…

‘Gareebon ka Jack Sparrow’: Twitter reacts to Amir khan’s “Thugs of Hindustan” trailer

MUMBAI: The new trailer of the Bollywood movie "Thugs of Hindustan" recently released and fans have a lot to say about Amir Khan's character similarities with "Pirates of the Caribbean's" Jack Sparrow. The trailer released on Thursday to explicit comparisons with the Pirates Of The Caribbean films. Each thug is an Indian version of the prime cast of the Hollywood franchise. Amitabh Bachan looks like Barbossa, Katrina is Keira (Knightley) and Dangal girl Fatima Sana Shaikh, may have replaced Will Turner. As…

Johnny Depp may face perjury charges in Australia over ‘dog gate’

SYDNEY: Johnny Depp could face perjury charges in Australia after the deputy prime minister threatened Tuesday to unleash a new chapter in a pet dog case dubbed the "war on terrier". The "Pirates of the Caribbean" star and his then-wife Amber Heard fell foul of Australia's strict quarantine laws when they failed to declare her canines Pistol and Boo on arrival in the country on a private jet in 2015. Heard escaped with a fine and a good behaviour bond, but a lawsuit between Depp and his former management has revived…

Disney blackmailed over apparent movie hack: reports

LOS ANGELES: Disney chief Bob Iger said on Monday hackers claiming to have access to one of the company's unreleased movies were demanding a "huge" ransom, according to US media reports. He did not reveal which film had been stolen but said the company would not be giving in to the blackmail attempt, according to The Hollywood Reporter, quoting Iger from a meeting in New York with employees of the Disney-owned ABC television network. The weekly reported on its website -- citing multiple unnamed sources -- that Disney…