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When Shah Rukh Khan greeted fans on Eid outside his house in Mumbai on June 5, he had a surprise: talk show host David Letterman. In the photos that have since gone viral on the internet, King Khan is seen dressed in a white pathani suit, striking his famous pose with his hands spread wide and blowing kisses to the crowd.

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It would seem like Tiya Sircar has a lot of good in her life right now. There’s the NBC comedy “The Good Place,” and the new Netflix film, “Good Sam,” where she plays the lead. Sircar plays Kate Bradley, a news reporter whose life turns upside down when she sets out to discover a mysterious good Samaritan who is leaving $100,000 cash on seemingly random doorsteps.

Karan Johar has reportedly teamed up with BBC India to host a dating talk show for Netflix. It is being speculated that “What The Love? will start filming in 2020 after Johar finishes his next directorial project “Takht."

The Cricket World Cup is currently in full swing in England and Wales, and fans are catching the game, whether on TV, online or live. Cricket has been compared to being a religion in the subcontinent, and almost no one growing up in the region has been able to distance themselves from the sport and the mania that goes around it.

It’s not just that ABC drama “Whiskey Cavalier,” starring Indian comedian and actor Vir Das has been shown the boot after the first season. NBC’s “I Feel Bad,” starring Sarayu Blue will not be renewed for a second season either.

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Hasan Minhaj has won his second consecutive Peabody Award for his Netflix Special “Patriot Act,” which sees the Indian-American comedian and actor taking on socially relevant topics. Last year, Minhaj won the award for “Homecoming King,” another Netflix special.

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Indian-American comedian and actor Hasan Minhaj has been named in Time magazine’s 2019 list of 100 most influential people in the world. Also named in the coveted list are lawyers Arundhati Katju and Menaka Guruswamy, Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan.