08012021-LSTC-01.qxd 1/7/2021 11:21 PM Page 1 c m y b TRIBUNE Miss you Babil Khan, son of actor Irrfan Khan,took to his Instagram handle on Thursday to share an unseen video of Irrfan with his family on his birth anniversary. IANS CHANDIGARH | FRIDAY | 8 JANUARY 2021 NEW ROLE Hollywood star Catherine Zeta-Jones has joined the second season of the series Prodigal Son. She will play the character of Dr Vivian Capshaw. —IANS ‘Dark day for America’ Bollywood and Hollywood celebs condemn US Capitol violence The world woke up on Thursday to a shocking incident in the US. A trail of destruction was left behind as thousands of supporters of outgoing US president Donald Trump stormed the Capitol Hill in Washington DC. Severalcelebrities took to Twitter and reacted. Richa Chadha Unfolding like a QAnon prophecy... now awaiting reptilians...dark dark day for America... erstwhile spreader of offshore democracy. RICHA CHADHA RAM GOPAL VARMA ADNAN SAMI Ram Gopal Varma Protesters taking over Capitol Hill...This is what @realDonaldTrump has brought America to...The founding fathers must be turning in their graves. ‘I abide by the law’ Mark Ruffalo This is a coup attempt on behalf of Trump and his complicit allies. This is all on Trump and his administration. The cowards in the GOP must be held CHRIS EVANS accountable. c m y b SWARA BHASKER Mindy Kaling There may be jawdropping, unlawful, unAmerican acts being perpetrated in our capitol today, but what will last, MINDY KALING when the dust of today has settled, is the work of this true patriot. @staceyabrams MARK RUFFALO Adnan Sami Dear America, Never & I mean Never, preach to the world again!! Simi Garewal If this is what Trump planned for the electoral confirmation. I dread to think what he’ll do on @JoeBiden inauguration. Lock him up. Chris Evans I’m speechless… Swara Bhasker What mob anarchy looks like. The BMC has lodged a police complaint against Sonu Sood for converting his residential building into a hotel without permission. However, Sonu has denied all these allegations saying that he has taken approval for change of user from the BMC.
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