Kavi Kumar Azad's sudden demise shocked the industry and fans. Kavi, who played the role of Dr Hathi on SAB TV's popular show, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, died of a cardiac arrest on July 9, 2018. The actor was cremated at Mira Road (East) Crematorium on July 10. Recently, the Kavi Kumar's doctor, who saved his life eight years ago, revealed how the actor didn't want to go for a second surgery. He said that Kavi remained fat as he didn't want to lose his job! … [Read more...] about Did Salman Khan Pay The Hospital Expenses Of TMKOC Actor Kavi Kumar Azad?
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Shishir Sharma "We deeply regret to inform you that Reeta Bhaduri has departed for her journey beyond. The funeral rites will be held on 17th July, Tuesday 12 noon at the Cremation Ground, Parsi Wada Road, Parshiwada, Chakala, Andheri East. Extremely sad.. lost a wonderful human being .. a mother to many of us.. will miss u Ma..." - (sic) … [Read more...] about Rita Bhaduri’s Funeral: Television Celebrities Bid Goodbye To The Veteran Actress
In one of NYPD Blue‘s most emotional storylines, Sipowicz prepares his estranged son Andy Jr. (Michael DeLuise) to join the family business as a cop in Hackensack, NJ. Andy Jr. will die trying to stop an armed robbery, but only after his father offers him a series of unofficial lectures on the unique challenges of their chosen profession. In one, the elder Sipowicz shows his son a street corner where three young black men are harassing all the honest, hard-working people who pass by. (Andy, having become more enlightened with each passing season, notes that the would-be muggers’ potential victims are also black, insisting, “I’m not talking about color here.”) He explains how a patrolman should clear this corner, first with a firm request for the guys to leave, then with a threat of jail time, and then with quick use of his nightstick if all else fails. As father and son walk away to call some uniformed officers to actually clear the corner, Andy concludes … [Read more...] about A History of Violence: Why I Loved Cop Shows, and Why They Must Change
Two weeks after that, the end of July, early August, I called out there just to get a progress report. Well, Jerry answers. He’d left the center early, but he was in good spirits. He felt like he had kicked it. Everyone was skeptical, I imagine. But he’s regaling me with stories about his couple weeks at Betty Ford, meeting some guy who knew Django Reinhardt and about the upcoming fall tour. I had just worked with Ornette Coleman and he’d worked with him too, so we were comparing notes about that. He mentioned some projects he had in mind that he wanted me to be on. We had a good, solid talk for about 45 minutes. And then four days later [after Garcia had checked into the Serenity Knolls Treatment Center], he was gone. … [Read more...] about Bruce Hornsby Looks Back on Jerry Garcia’s Last Days: ‘I Miss Him So Much’
During an interview that aired on Friday, Harris Faulkner, a Black Fox News host, asked Trump an open-ended question — always a risky and adventurous move — about how past legislation he has supported or signed, like opportunity zones and criminal justice reform, might help him with the ongoing protests. … [Read more...] about To Check His Boasting, Fox News Host Reminds Trump Lincoln Freed Slaves