Trending News: Box Office Collection of movies, Twitter Blue Tick and Krushna’s come back on The Kapil Sharma Show –

1.”Annhi Dea Mazaak Ae” movie Box Office Collection:

“Annhi Dea Mazaak Ae” is the latest Punjabi romantic comedy movie. The movie is directed by Rakesh Dhawan and produced by Karaj Gill. The movie is released by Rhythm Boyz Entertainment and Panj Pani Films on 21 April 2023. The movie star includes punjabi singer and actor Ammy Virk and debutant actress Pari Pandhar along with Nashir Chinyoti, Nirmal Rishi, Deedar Gill, Hardeep Gill, Iftikhar Thakur, Amar Noorie and Gurdeep Grewal.

The movie is going to be a big hit. This movie is being liked by all kinds of people. The first day India Net Collection of this movie is 0.35 Cr. The first weekend Worldwide Net Collection of this movie is 6.20 crore. Ammy Virk and Pari shared the post about its first weekend collection on their Instagram handles.

The story of the movie revolves around a man named Raja, who fell in love with Roop at first sight in a wedding. Unfortunately, he gets blind after met with an accident. He went to UK for the treatment of his eyes. Unknowingly Raja met with Roop again in UK and they started loving each other. Some twists and turns are happen in their love angle.

2. Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan movie Box Office Collection:

“Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan” dropped in theatres on 21 April 2023 on the occasion of Eid. Directed by Farhad Samji and produced by Salma Khan. Salman Khan has returned to theatres after four years. Salman Khan and Pooja Hedge both are as the lead characters along with Shehnaaz Gill, Siddharth Nigam, Jassie Gill, Raghav Juyal, Palak Tiwari, Abhimanyu Singh, Vijender Singh and Vinali Bhatnagar. Shehnaaz Gill and Palak Tiwari made their Bollywood debut through this movie. “Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan” is doing well in theatres. In four days, its total collection in India is 74 crore. As per reports the movie has grossed 100 crore globally. The movie has collected Rs 13 crore on its first day. But its second and third day, the movie earned Rs 25 crore and 26 crore. The movie is remake of Tamil film Veeram (2014). The plot revolves around four brothers and portrays the close bonds of them. Bhaijaan (Salman Khan) decided never to marry because of his three brothers.

3. founder refuses to buy Tesla car:

Anupam Mittal is an Indian entrepreneur and business executive. He is a judge of Shark Tank India. Anupam Mittal, who is a founder of decided to cancel buy Elon Musk’s Tesla car because of Twitter removed his blue tick. Twitter removed blue tick of several Bollywood celebrities, politicians and athletes from last week. He was quite angry and disappointed with the owner of Twitter Elon Musk. After that Anupam wrote, “Am canceling my planned purchase of a Tesla…ticked off.” Twitter offered the premium amount services to get back the blue tick on the accounts. As per the reports, Elon Musk announced the Blue Tick verification program. In India, the monthly subscription fee for Android and iOS users is Rs 900 and 650 per month for the web version.

4. Krushna Abhishek return on “The Kapil Sharma Show”:

Krushna Abhishek, who is well-known Indian comedian, actor and television host. He has acted in several Hindi films, TV shows and serials. He gained popularity with the TV comedy shows.

Now Krushna confirms his return to “The Kapil Sharma Show”. In an
interview, he confirmed that the all issues have been resolved. He is famous for his role of Sapna during the show. Due to some reasons he left the show. Now Kapil Sharma welcomed to Krushna during the rehearsal of the first day of The Kapil Sharma Show. Kapil also very pleased to see him back.

Krushna said that “It’s not a change of heart but a change of contract (laughs). The contract had several concerns, including money, but all issues have been resolved. The show and the channel are like family, and I am glad to be back. Sapna ki entry hogi badhiya tarah se. Ghar ka bhoola shaam ko ghar par taut kar aaye toh usko bhoola nahi kehte. Ye wohi wala hisaab hai ( Sapna will have a great entry. All is well that ends well. That’s how it is).”