I'm sure our Women's MI team will take the Mumbai Indians brand of fearless and entertaining cricket to a new level altogether, said Mumbai Indians owner Nita Ambani.
David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick, who wrote the screenplay for the second and third "The Conjuring" movies, will return as writer on the fourth part of the series.
The incident happened when Vaishali’s family was preparing for her engagement.
Individuals, whom society has despised as being uneducated, have shown tremendous political acumen and awareness of local problems, which even the educated may not understand, Chandrachud said.
On the whole, the film brings a much-needed fresh perspective to a franchise whose better days were actually a couple of decades ago.
It will be backed by Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures, with Kevin Greutert helming the film. Kevin has directed Saw VI and Saw: The Final Chapter and worked as an editor for the first five installments.
The global expansion of #OneFamily is expected to bring to the leagues the ethos and the values that have helped elevate Mumbai Indians to be one of the most loved teams in franchise cricket.
Reports state that Sam Mendes is directing a comedy pilot about the making of superhero films titled The Franchise.
Earlier this year, Nita Ambani, wife of company chairman Mukesh Ambani, led a successful bid to host the prestigious International Olympic Committee Session in Mumbai in 2023 after a gap of 40 years.
With the increasing number of matches, multi-format players are feeling the load.
Fans have been calling for a film spin-off for de Armas's 007 character Paloma, whose parting line in 'No Tim to Die' was: "Next time stay longer.
Published by Simon & Schuster India, the 240-page book "Maverick Commissioner: The IPL-Lalit Modi Saga" by Boria Majumdar is currently available for sale across offline and online stores.
History, as a subject, never really gets its due. It’s not just a window to the past, but also a record of what mistakes we once committed.
Producer Vijay Kiragandur earlier had stated that 'KGF 3' will go on floors this October, and they are planning for a 2024 release.
The case was registered by Ernakulam Central police based on a complaint lodged by Asif Puthukkattil Aliyar, a native of Muvattupuzha.
The 21-year-old Gill, one of the batting mainstays of the new IPL franchise, spoke on various subjects, including his strike-rate, batting position, and various subjects.
Along with a few others, city-based investor wrote to PMO; Registrar of Companies informed him that “case is closed”.
Dhoni, the most expensive player of the Indian Premier League that began in 2008, had stepped down as India's limited-overs captain earlier this year.