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The restaurant's owners filed notice about the closing with the city on Wednesday, saying all 148 employees will be terminated on March 9.
'We have to move forward, life goes on', says Spain's Joaquin Cortes
It is not yet finalised, which actor would play the Chess grandmaster in the yet untitled Aanand L. Rai directorial.
As per the release, the Finance Minister Sitharaman on Friday concluded a comprehensive review of ANBP with the Secretaries of various Ministries/Departments concerned over three days.
According to People Magazine, Lister, who died at the age of 62 on Thursday (local time) after having exhibited "COVID symptoms" for a week, was diagnosed with the virus earlier this year, his manager Cindy Cowan told.
The 35-year-old actor, popular for shows like "Humsafar" and "Sadqay Tumhare", and films "Bol" and "Bin Roye", said getting diagnosed with COVID-19 has been "rough" but she hopes to recover soon.
On his birthday, Rana's newly launched Southbay released "Attention Everybody", which is sung by Raja Kumari.
"34 years ago today my mother left us," Prateik wrote on Instagram as he gave words to his emotions.
The 'Dhadkan,' actor took to Instagram to share the video that sees her setting decorative items on the Christmas tree, while her son is seen eating up the candy that he took from the tree.
"It was quite an interesting character for me to portray because (her character in the show) Beanie is not like who I am in real life. I am never hesitant in life," Swara told
The Last Thing He Told Me will follow a woman (Roberts) who forms an unexpected relationship with her teenage stepdaughter while searching for the truth behind her husband's disappearance.
Actors Katrina Kaif, Ishaan Khatter and Siddhant Chaturvedi on Saturday started shooting for their upcoming supernatural-comedy Phone Bhoot. The film, to be directed by Gurmmeet...
The actor has been shooting non-stop for Bhoot Police and Cirkus
The singer said in April that he and Sheena had decided to separate after 13 years together, because they had been "at each other's throats" after being forced to spend more time together due to the Covid pandemic.
"Casting is always an important part of a film or show because, at the end of the day, they are the faces of the characters we have in the script, in our imagination," Chhabra told.
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