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    Chirag Paswan debuts with 'Miley Na Miley Hum'

    Chirag Paswan believes that a heavyweight surname helps entering into any field but ultimately it's the real talent that survives. Well, the audiences will figure out Chirag's level of talent in less than 24 hours as his film 'Miley Na Miley Hum' is all set to go public on November 4.
    Chirag, who is playing a tennis player in the film, will be surrounded by three gorgeous ladies Kangna Ranaut, Neeru Bajwa and Sagarika Ghatge who enter his life at different points of time.
    The teasers are also showcasing Shweta Tiwari dancing on 'Katto Gilhari Chamak Challo Rani', which makes the whole affair glamorous where the only beneficiary seems to be the leading man Chirag Paswan.

    Tension Doooor' is a feel good film

    Tension Doooor' is releasing along with 'Loot' and 'Miley Na Miley Hum' on November 4. Written and directed by Ambrish Singal, the film does not have any familiar face other than Raza Murad and Ali Asgar.
    The storyline of the film has an innocent villager Gopal in the centre who meets with an accident and loses his hearing ability.
    One fine day, Gopal miraculously regains his hearing power with a bonus. He can now read the minds too.

    Will 'Loot' be Govinda's comeback?

    Govinda opted out of active politics in the year 2004 when he decided not to contest again from the same North Mumbai parliamentary seat, but it took him a couple of years to regain the old concentration. 'Ssukh', 'Khullam Khulla Pyar Karein', and 'Sandwich' were the products that Govinda managed to come up in this duration.
    But as they say that a friend in need is a friend indeed, David Dhawan and Salman Khan extended hands of support to Govinda and the result was a hit film 'Partner'.
    Priyadarshan's 'Bhagam Bhaag' and Nikhil Advani's 'Salaam-e-Ishq' were also released in the same year 2006 but somehow Govinda did not look in his traditional groove.

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