Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) Satish Kumar Arora issued the arrest warrant while directing Swami Om to appear in the court on the next date of hearing on December 3
Malaika Arora Khan and Arbaaz Khan have reportedly filed for divorce in Bandra family court in Mumbai, where they've filed for divorce by mutual consent
Decks have officially been cleared for Coldplay and Mumbai, Bollywood celebs like Shah Rukh Khan, AR Rahman, Shraddha Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor gave a grand welcome party Coldplay's frontman Chris Martin
"The agents wanted a breakdown of everything that happened from when the plane took off to when it landed. Angelina fully cooperated," a source told Us magazine.com
Actress Angelina Jolie's children are helping her rethink how she handles herself in court during the divorce proceedings
"It was often fierce and uncivilised battle on and off the courts until a compromise was reached at the Madras High Court. Perhaps the ugliness of our divorce proceedings says all about the kind of marriage we have had. Anyway, I feel relieved now," said Lissy Lakshmi
Mamata Banerjee had good relations with late actor Sunil Dutt, and had rallied behind Sanjay who was handed a five-year sentence by the Supreme Court for illegal weapons possession in a case linked to the 1993 serial blasts
A real estate film in Goa had filed the complaint that Sussanne had misrepresented herself as an architect to win a contract
"There are things which are beyond our control. You should make peace with it. I feel people were a bit unforgiving towards Azhar, despite the court giving him a clean chit in the matter," Prachi said
Salman Khan's sister Arpita thanked fans for their support: "Thank you to all bhai's and the family's well-wishers for your prayers, support, love and best wishes. This wouldn't have been possible without you"
Rajasthan High Court, which overturned previous verdicts that sentenced the 50-year-old star to jail, said: "There is no evidence that the protected animals found dead were killed by Mr Khan's licensed gun"
On July 15, the Madras High Court banned 169 service providers from making the film available illegally online. The court also ruled that cable TV operators, buses and taxis not be allowed to screen the movie