According to the latest Bollywood news, the bitterness between the two happening stars of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan and the most eligible bachelor of industry Salman Khan has been one of the most up-to-date topics for hearsay in the industry.
Constant renovation bids over the years have failed.
The famous American rapper Pitbull is coming to India to execute in a chain of multi-city concerts all over India, the murmur around is that the well-wishers are demanding to bring in the two militaristic Khans together at the singer’s Mumbai concert.
The latest news from the business reveals that a draft cabinet report by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) under the Commerce Ministry has offered 26 percent Foreign Direct investment (FDI) by foreign airlines in domestic airlines.
According to the press release made by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), “Private airlines in the country are in dire need of funds for their operations and service up gradation to compete with other global carriers.”
The DIPP has not moved from its stand telling a FDI of around 26 percent and not 24 percent, as suggested by the Civil Aviation Ministry.
The DIPP report states that anything less than 26 percent would not motivate proper investment from International airlines because in that case they will not have any power to block a special declaration in a board meeting under the Indian company laws.
According to the fresh news from Bollywood, the King Khan has once again trying hard to quit smoking habit. The actor had been a chain smoker for a long time, though has cut sown on the smoking habit of the cancer stick now.
Reports have said that the actor is still not happy and he wants to be a social smoker and not ignite the nicotine stick as often as he still does. Shah Rukh Khan has been trying his level best to quit smoking.
While talking to media in an interview, the actor said, “I have come down to six to seven cigarettes a day,” Shah Rukh said. It is daughter Suhana who is helping her dad kick the habit.”