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“It was the biggest high of my life when the elephant understood my command for the first time”, says Vidyut Jammwal

“It was the biggest high of my life when the elephant understood my command for the first time”, says Vidyut Jammwal

Vidyut Jammwal made his debut opposite John Abraham in the 2011 film Force. Since then the actor has gone on to feature in action oriented films like Commando, Bullett Raja and Commando 2. Well now Vidyut, who also made a mark down south is all set to release his next film Junglee. Interestingly, while the film is yet another actioner like Vidyut’s previous outings, this one will see the actor share screen space with a real elephant. Talking about his training for the film Vidyut explained on how he prepped for the role. In fact, we hear that the actor had an enriching learning experience on the film. Talking about the same, he says, “I had a different art form to learn for Junglee. They wanted someone who was comfortable with animals as we had five-ten elephants on the sets all the time

High Jack

High Jack is a story of a bunch of devastated employees of an airline that is shutting down. They decide to hijack its last flight in a bid to recover some dues and to punish their employer. DJ Rakesh, who is an out of luck DJ, travels on the same flight with a bunch of interesting and weird passengers. Things take a funny turn when people on the flight accidentally get high and the flight turns into one big party, high in the sky! Music Reviews

High time Akali Dal stops facade of being protector of Sikh interests: Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa

Punjabi Politics
CHANDIGARH: The Senior Congress leader and Cabinet Minister, Punjab, S. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa today lambasted the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and said that Akali Dal should stop immediately it's facade of acting as the protector of the interests of Sikhs. He was reacting to the statement of the Akali leader and BJP MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa on the issue of interference by the BJP regime in Maharashtra over appointing the President of Takht Sri Hazoor Sahib.

Punjab CM hails High Court verdict in Bargari case

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Friday hailed the verdict issued by the High Court of Punjab & Haryana in the Bargari case as a victory for the families of the innocent victims of the brutal killings which had gone deliberately uninvestigated during the previous SAD-BJP regime.