Sanjay Dutt and Salman Khan have been Bollywood's besties for the longest time. The actors have always managed to give other friendship goals and everything seemed to be going well for the actors when reports started doing rounds that the there was a drift between the actors.
There were reports doing rounds that after Sanjay Dutt released from Yerwada jail, Salman didn't visit the actor which left a sour taste in Dutt's mouth but it seems like all 's well between the two. The duo happened to come face to face at Mukesh Ambani's palatial abode last night for Ganpati celebration. After the BFF's came face to face they gave one of the best moments to the shutterbugs. Sanjay and Salman hugged each other while the rest starred, thus ending up all the rumors.
Before a source had informed, “They're thick as thieves and speak over the phone for hours, often in the middle of the night.“
Now that the duo has finally displayed their affection for each other publically all the rumours now can finally take a back seat.
A group of hackers posted a fresh cache of stolen HBO files online on Monday, and demanded a multimillion-dollar ransom from the network to prevent the release of several television series, including Game of Thrones, and other sensitive proprietary files.
HBO, which had previously acknowledged the theft of “proprietary information,” said it’s continuing to investigate and is working with police and cybersecurity experts.
In a swaggering five-minute video from “Mr. Smith” to HBO CEO Richard Plepler included in the dump, the hackers used white text scrolling on a black background to deliver an ultimatum. In short: Pay up within three days or see the group, which claims to have stolen 1.5 terabytes of HBO shows and confidential corporate data, upload entire series and sensitive proprietary files.
Specifically, the hackers demanded “our 6-month salary in bitcoin,” and claimed they earn $12 million to $15 million a year from blackmailing organizations whose networks they have penetrated. They said they would only deal directly with “Richard” and only send one “letter” detailing how to pay.
The dump itself was just 3.4 gigabytes — mostly technical data that appears to provide a topography of HBO’s network and to list network-administrator passwords. It includes what appear to be draft scripts from five Game of Thrones episodes, including one of an upcoming episode, and a month’s worth of email apparently from the account of Leslie Cohen, HBO’s vice president for film programming.
The network reiterated Monday that it doesn’t believe that its email system as a whole has been compromised.
The video text was written in often flawed but fluent English peppered with misspellings and pop-culture references.
The hackers claimed it took them about 6 months to breach HBO’s network. Their biggest threat appears to be dumping videos of future shows online with their logo “HBO Is Falling” superimposed.
Many of the more than 50 internal documents in the dump were labelled “confidential,” including a spreadsheet of legal claims against the network, job offer letters to several top executives, slides discussing future technology plans and a list of 37,977 emails called “Richard’s Contact list,” an apparent reference to Plepler.
One screenshot labeled “Highly Confidential” by the hackers listed folders such as “Penguin Random House,” ‘‘Licensing & Retail,” ‘‘Legal,” ‘‘International” and “Budgets.” Another document appears to contain the confidential cast list for Game of Thrones, listing personal cellphone numbers and email addresses for actors such as Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey and Emilia Clark.
So far, however, the HBO leaks have been limited, falling well short of the chaos inflicted on Sony in 2014. In that attack, hackers possibly associated with North Korea unearthed thousands of embarrassing emails and released personal information, including salaries and social security numbers, of nearly 50,000 current and former Sony employees.
The video letter uploaded Monday claimed the hackers spend a half million dollars a year to purchase “zero-day” exploits that let them break into networks through holes not yet know to Microsoft and other software companies. It claims HBO is the hackers’ 17th target and that only three of their past targets refused to pay.
National Award winner and popularly known for directing Marathi blockbuster 'Sairat', Nagraj Manjule is all set to debut into Bollywood now. According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, the director is working on a script to make his Bollywood debut and has approached Amitabh Bachchan for a role.
Nagraj is debuting in Bollywood with a social drama that will feature Amitabh Bachchan as a patriarch with shades of grey. Reportedly, Nagraj had the concept ready for a while and had planned it as a Marathi film, but after 'Sairat', he wanted to revisit the story in Hindi. “Nagraj worked on it for a year-and-a-half before taking the script to Bachchan in January. The project was locked soon after,“ reveals a source in the report, adding that the film is expected to roll later this year.
A special screening of Imtiaz Ali's 'Jab Harry Met Sejal', starring Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma, was held at one of the multiplexes in Jodhpur for all the city's guides.
Members of the Jodhpur Guide Association attended the screening in large numbers on Friday.
President of Jodhpur Guide Association, Ratan Singh Rathore has said,"We are thankful to Mr Shah Rukh Khan for hosting a special screening of 'Jab Harry Met Sejal' for us. We are really overwhelmed by his kind gesture. We were very happy to see Mr Shah Rukh Khan play the role of a guide in the film. We guides have loved and enjoyed the film, and we extend our best wishes to Mr Khan for the film."
Recently, Shah Rukh Khan was bestowed an honorary membership by the association for playing a tour guide in the film.aa
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