Top entertainment news at 8 pm, Feb 21: Salman Khan to meet world's heaviest woman, 19 scenes of Rangoon allegedly copied, Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson fight in 2.o

Here is all top entertainment news at 8 pm, Feb 21. From Salman Khan agreeing to meet his fan to Rangoon stuck in a legal tussle

‘Being Human’ Salman Khan to fulfill world’s heaviest woman’s wish soon

The world’s heaviest woman Eman Ahmed Abdulati, weighing around 500 kgs, is undergoing a surgery at the Mumbai’s Saifee Hospital. By agreeing to bring the Egyptian woman to Mumbai and helping in her life-saving surgery, the government of India has definitely set a right example. And it looks like Bollywood superstar Salman Khan to wishes to establish a commendable precedent. Apparently, Salman had agreed to meet Eman who is said to be his fan. Click here to read full story

Copyright tussle: Not one, Wadias claim 19 scenes of Kangana Ranaut in Rangoon are lifted from Hunterwali

In the ongoing tussle between the makers of Rangoon and the Wadia Movietone Pvt. Ltd, a new twist has emerged. The latter, who dragged the makers to the court, have now alleged that not one but 19 scenes of Rangoon resemble the 1935 film Hunterwali. The matter saw the light when Wadias filed a commercial lawsuit alleging copyright infringement. They claimed Kangana’s character in the Vishal Bhardwaj directorial is modelled on Fearless Nadia aka Mary Evans. Click here to read full story

2.0: Amy Jackson and Akshay Kumar to fight it out in the Rajinikanth film

One of the most awaited film, Tamil film 2.0 is making news ever since the cast and technical crew were announced. Directed by Shankar, with music by AR Rahman, Rajinikanth returning to his Robot avatar, Akshay Kumar making his Tamil debut with the gorgeous Amy Jackson as the leading lady, the movie clearly has all the right ingredients to be touted as the biggest release of the decade. Produced by Subaskaran Allirajah, chairman and founder of Lyca Mobile/Productions, 2.0 is also the most expensive Indian film ever as the makers have confirmed that it will be a Rs 450 crore project. Click here to read full story