BILAL

  • Kumar Gaurav's daughter Saachi marries filmmaker Kamal Amrohi's grandson Bilal in a private ceremony November 24, 2014

    New Delhi: This Bollywood wedding was a private affair. Two distinguished film families of Bollywood came together as actor Bilal Amrohi, grandson of Kamal Amrohi married Saachi Kumar, granddaughter of actors Rajendra Kumar and Sunil Dutt. Saachi's father is actor Kumar Gaurav who married Namrata Dutt, Sanjay Dutt's sister. The...
  • LK Advani's website hacked with pro-Pakistan's slogan April 21, 2014

    New Delhi: The official website of veteran BJP leader LK Advani was hacked on Monday allegedly by Pakistani hackers who posted messages of "free-Kashmir" on the portal. The hacker, who called himself Muhammad Bilal, wrote "Pakistan Zindabad" messages on the site and called for an end to militarised governance in Kashmir. The...
  • 'O Teri' review: The film is too shrill, too convoluted and too dumb March 28, 2014

    Cast: Pulkit Samrat, Bilal Amrohi, Sarah Jane Dias, Anupam Kher, Vijay Raaz, Mandira Bedi Director: Umesh Bisht It must take a special kind of talent to make a film as incoherent and inept as O Teri. I've seen eight-year-olds put up skits in their building compound that were more engaging than this...
  • I couldn't have asked for a better launch: Bilal Amrohi on 'O Teri' March 26, 2014

    Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan will take time off for city tours with 'O Teri' cast that includes Pulkit Samrat and debutant Bilal Amrohi, grandson of legendary filmmaker Kamaal Amrohi. 'O Teri' is made by Salman's brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri and in this endeavour to support the newcomers, Salman would be shuffling...
  • Salman Khan met the writers of 'O Teri', read its story and suggested I make it: Atul Agnihotri March 26, 2014

    Mumbai: Actor-producer Atul Agnihotri says it was his star brother-in-law Salman Khan who suggested the former to make "O Teri". Umesh Bist has co-written the forthcoming film with Neeti Palta. The film is said to be inspired by true events, especially the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games (CWG) scam. Pulkit Samrat and...
  • Salman fulfilled my dream to be an actor, says Kamal Amrohi's grandson Bilal March 22, 2014

    Mumbai: Bilal Amrohi, who is making his debut with 'O Teri', says it's a huge responsibility to be an actor. "I always wanted to be an actor. It's a huge responsibility to be an actor as you become a public figure. That's why I took a little long to come...
  • Ram Gopal Varma watches pirated version of 'Waar', apologises on Twitter October 28, 2013

    New Delhi: Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma recently praised Pakistani movie 'Waar', but confessed that he saw it on pirated DVD. "For those asking how I got to see 'Waar', I must confess and apologize that I saw pirated (DVD) as I was unable to resist after hearing about it from many...
  • Pakistani film 'Waar' earns Rs 40mn in 3 days, beats 'Boss' October 22, 2013

    Islamabad: Pakistani bilingual film 'Waar' has created a record by earning Rs 40 million in three days during Eid festival. The Shaan starrer actionthriller is said to have the highest box office collection till date. Akshay Kumarstarrer Bollywood film 'Boss', according to the entertainment circles, played second fiddle to 'Waar', by...
  • 2011 Advani bomb case: Panna Ismail, Bilal Malik arrested in Andhra October 5, 2013

    Chennai: In a gun battle that lasted over 12 hours, two key suspects involved in the 2011 Advani pipe bomb case and recent murders of BJP and Sangh parivar unit leaders, were arrested from a house at Puthur in Andhra Pradesh on Saturday, a top official said. "Panna Ismail and Bilal...
  • Pak interim govt refuses to put Musharraf on trial for treason April 23, 2013

    Islamabad: In a temporary relief to former military ruler Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan's caretaker government today informed the Supreme Court that it would not file treason charges against him, saying such a move was not part of its mandate. The interim administration, formed in March to conduct the May 11 general election,...
  • Pakistan PM's donation accepted, says Shrine official March 11, 2013

    Ajmer: Pakistan Prime Minister Raja Parvez Ashraf's offering, called Nazrana, was accepted by his Khadim during his visit to the Dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti on Saturday, a shrine official on Sunday night said refuting reports that the donation was refused. "The Nazrana by the Pakistan s Prime Minister was accepted...
  • Delhi Police gets custody of 2 alleged IM men July 9, 2012

    New Delhi: The custody of two alleged Indian Mujahideen members, brought here from a Bangalore jail, was on Monday given to Delhi police for ten days by a court in Jama Masjid attack case in which Mumbai's 26/11 terrorists' handler Abu Jundal is also an accused. The suspected IM men Kamal...
  • Most famous 'face' of Pak acid attacks kills self March 26, 2012

    Islamabad: Barely a month after Pakistan bagged its first Oscar for a documentary on victims of acid attacks, the country's most famous face of one such assault ended her 13year ordeal by jumping out of her sixthfloor apartment in Italy. Fakhra Yunus was 22 when her husband Bilal Khar, a member...
  • Helicopter crash near site of Osama operation May 2, 2011

    Islamabad: A helicopter crashed near Abbottabad city in northwest Pakistan during an operation by US special forces that resulted in the killing of Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, Pakistani TV news channels reported on Monday. The military helicopter burst into flames after crashing into the compound of a house...
  • Mirwaiz Umer attacked by BJP activists November 30, 2010

    New Delhi: The youth wing of BJP attacked Kashmiri separatist Hurriyat Conference Mirwaiz Umer Farooq's car when he was entering Foreign Correspondent's Club to attend a seminar. As the news about his presence at the seminar came out, activists of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha assembled...
  • Iraqi doc jailed for life over failed Glasgow bombings December 17, 2008

    London: An Iraqi doctor, who along with his Indian accomplice attempted to set off massive car bombs at the Glasgow Airport and a London nightclub, was on Wednesday jailed for a minimum of 32 years after he was convicted of trying to kill hundreds of people in the botched attacks...
  • Glasgow attack: Bilal Abdullah charged of life sentence December 16, 2008

    London: An Iraqi doctor who claimed he intended only to frighten Britons was convicted on Tuesday of conspiracy to murder with car bombs in London and Scotland. Bilal Abdulla, 29, was also convicted on a charge of conspiring to cause explosions both in central London and at Glasgow airport. His codefendant,...
  • Police dismiss Iraq link to British car bomb plot December 16, 2008

    London: An Iraqi Sunni Muslim doctor who played the lead role in attempted car bombings in Britain last year was driven by hatred of coalition troops' actions in his homeland, but the plot was not inspired by al Qaeda in Iraq. Instead, British police sources believe the failed car...
  • On the terror trail: Delhi to Goa to Bangalore February 23, 2008

    Bangalore: Terror is going hitech with gen next and the case of Yahya Kamakutty is not an isolated one. Here is a profile of the new face of terror, from Delhi to Goa to Bangalore. When Imran Bilal Hyderabad blasts accused revealed that he had been given weapons, one...
  • Mush's son takes on Junoon guitarist over dad December 4, 2007

    Islamabad: President Pervez Musharraf's son Bilal and rock band Junoon's guitarist Salman Ahmed, who till recently were good pals, are now clashing in cyberspace over the imposition of Emergency in Pakistan. Ahmed, who was a supporter of Musharraf's policies especially his stand against terrorism and his vision of 'enlightened moderation',...
  • Bilal, India's most wanted terrorist, alive and well October 24, 2007

    New Delhi: Mumbai 7/11, Delhi 20/10, Samjhuata Express blast, Mecca Masjid attack, Hyderabad twin blasts, Ajmer Sharif blast in all these cases, terror struck at will. And one prime suspect emerged, 27yearold Mohammad Abdul Shahid alias Bilal. He is suspected to be involved in at least four of these...
  • Bilal bumped off by ISI masters for overstepping brief September 15, 2007

    New Delhi: Shahid Bilal, the alleged mastermind of the Hyderabad twin blasts, was indeed killed by ISI in Karachi on August 30, Indian Intelligence agencies have confirmed. Confirming the reports in Pakistani media, Intelligence sources said Bilal was shot dead because he had overstepped his brief. However, Andhra Pradesh Police chief...
  • 15 booked for Hyderabad blasts | 30 Minutes September 2, 2007

    New Delhi: The Andhra Pradesh police on Sunday claimed major breakthrough in Hyderabad twin blasts case when they booked 15 persons and also confirmed that Bangladeshbased terror outfit HarkatulJehadi Islami was involved in the attacks that killed 44 people. Among those charged is Shahid Bilal suspected to be the mastermind...
  • New face of terror: Hyderabad blast suspect Bilal September 1, 2007

    Hyderabad: The Hyderabad blasts confirm Southern India's place on the terror map and the growing role of Bangladesh based terror group HUJI. The new face of terror Shahid Bilal. If my son is guilty kill him, says the father of Shahid Bilal, prime suspect in the Hyderabad blasts. But...
  • Hyderabad: Shoot my son if he's guilty, says Bilal's father August 30, 2007

    Hyderabad: In an exclusive interview to CNNIBN, the father of Hyderabad blast suspect, Abdul Wahid, has said that he will disown his son Shahid Bilal who is the commander of Harkatul Jehad India (HuJI) if Bilal is found guilty of masterminding the Hyderabad twin blasts. "I swear by god,...
  • Man from Assam held; old terror hand suspect August 28, 2007

    New Delhi/ Hyderabad: Police in Hyderabad on Tuesday arrested a man suspected to be involved in the two bomb blasts in the city on Saturday. Mohammed Abdullah, who is from Assam, was taken into custody after residents of Bowenpalli in Secunderabad caught him under suspicious circumstances, said an IANS report. Abdullah...
  • Breakthrough! Hyd blast linked to HUJI May 20, 2007

    Hyderabad: Investigators of the Mecca Masjid blast have claimed a breakthrough when they recovered a SIM card which was purchased from Kolkata and its trail led to a link with HUJI activist Mohammed Abdul Sahed alias Bilal, who is wanted for the blasts on the Samjhauta Express. The SIM card was...