• Pete Davidson fans forced to sign $1m non-disclosure agreements before being allowed into stand-up show
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    The Independent

    Pete Davidson fans forced to sign $1m non-disclosure agreements before being allowed into stand-up show

    Fans attending a stand-up show by Saturday Night Live cast member Pete Davidson were forced to sign non-disclosure agreements (NDA) in order to see the show - barring them from giving any interviews, opinions or critiques of the performance afterwards.The comic appeared at Sydney Goldstein Theatre in San Francisco on his latest tour stop, and fans with tickets were emailed just a few hours in advance informing them that in order to attend, they had to sign the legally binding agreement, which would leave them open to paying $1m (£770,000) in damages if broken.

  • 10 Bollywood sequels that are a great watch
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    Gayatri Vinayak

    10 Bollywood sequels that are a great watch

    Sequels are in flavour this season in Bollywood, with films such as Houseful and Dabangg back on screen with their subsequent instalments. Here, expectations run high and filmmakers are under the extra pressure of ensuring that the sequels do as well, or even better than the previous ones. Here are 10 Bollywood sequels that have managed to be as good as the original movie and sometimes, have even surpassed their success. Voted as the best Bollywood comedy film of all times, the 2000 cult film Hera Pheri, featuring Paresh Rawal as the shortsighted, dim-witted but kind landlord, Baburao Ganpatrao Apte, had the audience rolling with laughter.

  • Bollywood's most acclaimed, hilarious comedians
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    Gayatri Vinayak

    Bollywood's most acclaimed, hilarious comedians

    Known for their impeccable comic timing, classic dialogue delivery and inimitable mannerisms, these comedians have made us roll around laughing. Do let us know who your favourites are. Badruddin Jamaluddin Kazi was born into hardships, as the second among ten children. In his early years, he struggled doing odd jobs, and found work as a conductor with the Bombay Electric Supply and Transport (B.E.S.T).