This was evident once again when Bollywood's King of Romance did something that would really touch everyone's heart - he apologised to Captain of Indian Women's Cricket team Mithali Raj! Mithali noticed the photo and went on to her Instagram account mischievously praising Joe Root for posing like Shah Rukh Khan, who is known for the iconic pose.
Gronk makes guest appearance in new Katy Perry music video
Katy also found herself in another Twitter spat started by Calvin in 2016; this time involving his ex Taylor Swift , 27. It's fine, I'm used to you cancelling on me, it's become ur staple! "I won't allow it (sic)".
Shah Rukh Khan is hosting the Indian version of TED Talks India, titled TED Talks India: Nayi Soch. Apart from Karan Johar, producer Ekta Kapoor will also be sharing her success story with the audience on SRK's show. Now it is time for Karan Johar to be the speaker on the show. There were other speakers too, different topics, like women safety, happiness and other related and relatable topics. Where as the actor and the filmmaker were running extremely late. After doing a fine job in Canada where he gave a talk about being a superstar in Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan is now working on this new, promising project.
Anheuser-Busch Inbev SA
Beach Investment Counsel Inc decreased Medtronic (NYSE:MDT) stake by 209,295 shares to 73,141 valued at $5.21 million in 2016Q4. Anheuser-Busch Inbev SA has a 1-year low of $98.28 and a 1-year high of $136.08. 212,517 shares of the company traded hands.
The reports said, "He met Mithali and informed her about the reason for coming late". He also went a step further and helped the 34-year-old cricketer to prepare for her speech on the stage. But according to the recent developments, not Javed Akhtar but Shah Rukh's dear friend Karan Johar will the first speaker on his show.
Lack of good night sleep may up dementia risk in elderly
The study entailed examining the sleeping patterns of 321 people over the age of 60, before following them for the next 12 years. For their study, the United States researchers monitored the sleeping patterns of 321 participants over the age of 60.