Published:  12:03 AM, 13 September 2019

Worldwide waffling (13.09.2019)

Worldwide waffling (13.09.2019)
Aamir Khan said in an interview that he will be working with director Subhash Kapoor in Mogul, a Gulshan Kumar biopic that will be produced by T-Series.

This is a volte face from the star's stand last year, when he chose to opt out of the project Kapoor was accused of sexual harassment - charges that resurfaced at the height of the #MeToo movement in India.

In February 2014, actor Geetika Tyagi accused Kapoor-best known for making the Jolly LLB movies-of molesting her in 2012. She also filed a police case in 2014, and Kapoor was arrested before being released on bail. 


London Irish have confirmed that Paddy Jackson will not be part of their squad travelling to Cork for Friday night's friendly against Munster at Irish Independent Park. Former Ireland head coach Declan Kidney has decided against including him ahead of a fixture which would have been his first on Irish soil since his acquittal following a high-profile rape trial in Belfast last year. A protest that has been organised online had been expected to attract over 200 people to the ground.


American pop-punk stalwarts Green Day will return to Singapore to perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on March 8, 2020. The trio, best known for hits such as Basket Case (1994), Boulevard Of Broken Dreams (2004) and 21 Guns (2009), last performed to a full-house crowd at the same venue in 2010.

Formed in 1986, the band, comprising singer-guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong, bassist Mike Dirnt and drummer Tre Cool, rose from the underground punk scene to become one of the most commercially successful American rock bands in the last two decades.



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