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Sonakshi Sinha Deactivated her Twitter account to protect her sanity

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Sonakshi Sinha Deactivated her Twitter account to protect her sanity

Sonakshi Sinha Deactivated her Twitter account to protect her sanity

Sonakshi Sinha has deactivated her Twitter account. According to reports, the actress has taken this step after being upset by trolling and bullying. On Saturday, he announced this on Instagram. Sonakshi shared a photo of American actress and comedian Amy Poehler, writing, “Agni basti mein, main mein maasti. By Twitter.” In the photo, Amy is seen showing the sign of Victory.

Sonakshi has also merged her message with Amy Poehler’s photo she shared. The actress wrote, “The first step to preserving your holiness is to stay away from negativity. And this is no more these days than Twitter. Let’s deactivate my account. Bye cows. Goodbye friends.”

Sonakshi was being trolled since Sushant’s death

After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, Sonakshi Sinha was also being trolled along with other star kids. People were blaming him for grabbing the place of talented actors in the film industry. In fact, Sonakshi was defending those who were accused of nepotism and camp. He had said that some people want to gather publicity from the death of Sushant.

Sonakshi wrote in her post, “The problem with wrestling with any sou ### (animal’s name) is that you get dirty and enjoy it. There are a select few who are on the pretext of a death Are also promoting themselves. ”

Sonakshi further wrote, “Such people preach under the guise of death of their own people, but now stop all this. There is no need for your negativity, hatred and poison. Those who have left this world, you respect them.”

Sonakshi did not name anyone in this post. But his reference was to Kangana Ranaut, who released a video blaming Karan Johar for Sushant’s death.

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Saif Ali Khan dismisses reports of him buying back Pataudi Palace

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Saif Ali Khan dismisses reports of him buying back Pataudi Palace

Saif Ali Khan dismisses reports of him buying back Pataudi Palace

Saif Ali Khan’s Pataudi Palace is once again in the news. Recently, an old interview with Saif went viral, stating that Saif did not inherit the Pataudi Palace but had to pay a hefty amount to get this Palace worth 800 crores. Saif has now given his clarification on the viral interview.

‘I already had Pataudi Palace’

Talking to Mumbai Mirror said, ‘800 crore. The price point is a bit high and it is offered distortively because this property is priceless for me. My grandparents’ father’s grave is located there. That place is very precious to me and I feel deeply connected there. I have a spiritual connection to that place.

The Pataudi Palace was rented by my father to Francis and Aman, who run the hotel in that palace. He takes great care of the property and is like our family members. Francis is now dead. This property was on rent near Neemrana Hotels. When Abba died, I wished to take it back. When I got the chance, I paid the remaining lease and withdrew the possession of my palace. It was a Fair Financial Arrangement and unlike the reports, I did not have to buy it back because I already had it.

Pataudi Palace was built 85 years ago

Located in Pataudi, 26 km from Gurgaon, Haryana, this palace is a sign of the Pataudi family. Although the history of this family is more than 200 years old, but this palace has been built for almost 85 years. Pataudi Palace was built in 1935 by the 8th Nawab and former captain of the Indian team, Iftikhar Ali Hussain Siddiqui.

After this, his son and 9th Nawab Mansoor Ali alias Nawab Pataudi made changes in its design with the help of foreign architects. After the death of the Nawab, now his daughter-in-law and Saif Ali Khan’s wife Kareena is taking care of it.

Many films have been shot

Several Bollywood films have also been shot at Pataudi Palace, including the names of films like Mangal Pandey, Veer-Zaara, Rang De Basanti, and Love. It has 150 rooms and is spread over 10 acres.

Saif Ali Khan dismisses reports of him buying back Pataudi Palace

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