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The book, authored by crime journalist Jupinderjit Singh, sheds light on Punjabi music industry, and offers a spine-chilling account of crime, fame and tragedy in the life of Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu, popularly known as Sidhu Moosewala. — IANS Arita Patil, Jupinderjit Singh and Dikssha Jyote WITH HEAVENL Y BLESSINGS OF FOUNDERS’ Bollywood actress Janhvi Kapoor has wrapped up the Goa schedule of NTR Jr’s film Devara: Part 1, directed by Koratala Siva. She was shooting along with co-stars NTR Jr and Saif Ali Khan. CHANDIGARH | THURSDAY | 2 NOVEMBER 2023 IN STEADY WATERS Bang, bang! Ben Affleck bumps his luxury car after chatting with ex-wife Jennifer Garner Wrap up Life Actor Ishaan Khatter-starrer war film Pippa is all set for an OTT release on November 10. The makers have unveiled the riveting trailer of the movie, which is a thrilling narrative of a landmark moment in history — the ‘Battle of Garibpur’ — during the Indo-Pakistan war of 1971. 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