Shah Rukh Khan says mainstream Hindi films haven’t addressed MeToo movement with depth

Actor Shah Rukh Khan believes the #MeToo movement may have started in the West but it has given voice to women across the globe, including India, to share their stories of abuse and harassment. The 54-year-old actor says the movement has shone a light on the mistreatment of women in work space. “It started from there… in the West and it gave voice to women to come out and talk about something that may have happened some years back… It gave them enough support to come out with their stories.

Here’s why WWE has granted release to four major superstars

With the competition growing from rival brand AEW, the WWE Chairman Vince McMahon has been cautious in granting releases to disgruntled superstars from their current contracts. Dean Ambrose, now known by in his in-ring moniker Jon Moxley in AEW, left the company after his contract ended in April. After making his first AEW appearance at Double or Nothing in May, Moxley sat down with Chris Jericho for an interview on the latter’s podcast “Talk is Jericho”, in which he talked about creative frustrations with the company, and the controlling nature of McMahon family.

Narinder Batra meets Union Home Minister Amit Shah, seeks support for hosting 2026 Youth Olympics

Indian Olympic Association (IOA) president Narinder Batra on Monday met Home Minister Amit Shah to seek government support for hosting the 2026 Youth Olympics. Batra, who is also a member of the International Olympic Committee, said that one city out of New Delhi, Mumbai and Bhubaneswar will be chosen before presenting the bid. The IOC will then evaluate India’s bid for acceptance or approval.