The 'baap' of all reality shows on television—Bigg Boss, has entered almost the final phase of this season. The show has so far seen a a lot of ups and downs, with inmates fighting it out to win either captaincy or immunity in the tasks.
Comedian Jack Whitehall has won best comedy performer award for the third time in a row at the British Comedy Awards. The 26-year-old star won this award to beat stars such as Lee Mack and Graham Norton, reported BBC.
Russian movie "Leviathon", directed by Andrey Zvyagintsev, won the best film award, while Marathi film "Ek Hazarachi Note" won two awards at the 45th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) which concluded in Goa Sunday.
Fight for power has always been difficult, but last night's captaincy task was more fun. 'Bigg Boss' house saw Puneet Issar, Upen Patel and Karishma Tanna fight it out for winning the race to become the next reigning captain.
Kosovo feature film entry 'Agnus Dei', directed by Agim Sopi in Albanian with English subtitles, was adjudged as the best picture at the 10th Free Spirit Film Festival which concluded at Mecleodganj, in Dharamshala. Sudeep Ranjan Sarkar was declared the best director for his feature film 'Umformung: The Transformation', an Indian entry at the festival in Hindi.
Mumbai: Reality TV star Sanam Johar has won the first season of talent hunt show 'Dare 2 Dance' by defeating co-contestants Emilie Caillon and Kunwar Amar.
The 23-year-old Delhi boy, who is known for his stint in 'Dance India Dance 3', said he is happy to win the reality show.
Former president Mohammed Nasheed, who emerged as the clear winner in the first round of presidential polls in Maldives but fell short of a majority on Sunday said his victory in the September 28 run-off would be more emphatic.