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Ajay Devgn announces film on 20 Galwan Valley heroes

Ajay Devgn also shared a new poster for his sports drama Maidaan. He also unveiled the film’s release date as Independence Day week, 13 August, 2021

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Ajay Devgn condemns violence against doctors in India

Ajay Devgn joined many other Bollywood stars to laud Mumbai Police personnel for working tirelessly during the lockdown

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Ajay Devgn contributes 51 lakh to FWICE

However, the hearsay was put to rest by Ajay Devgn who turned to his social media, refuting the false reports

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Ajay Devgn rubbishes reports of Kajol and Nysa being coronavirus positive

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, Devgn postponed the release of his cop drama Sooryavanshi, directed by Rohit Shetty

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Baaghi 3 gets better opening business than Tanhaji

While Baaghi 3 earned Rs 17.50 crore on the first day, Ajay Devgn’s Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior had collected Rs 15.10 crore the first day

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Ajay beats Salman in box office game with Tanhaji…

Ajay Devgn’s film received mixed reviews from media critics but scored high among the people, with Rotten Tomatoes giving it an 8.5/10 rating

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Tanhaji enters Rs 200 crore club; supporting actor plays it Saif

Saif Ali Khan thanked Ajay Devgn for offering him the role of Udaybhan in Tanhaji whereas he’d haughtily said he’d have quit the film that wasn’t showing actual history

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Tanhaji to join ₹ 200 crore club, now tax-free in Maharashtra

BJP-ruled Haryana and Uttar Pradesh had declared the film featuring Ajay, Saif and Kajol tax-free before Maharashtra did

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Tanhaji gets special audience: 3 service chiefs together

Gen Manoj Mukund Naravane, Admiral Karambir Singh and Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauriya watched Tanhaji… together at PVR

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Tanhaji… tax-free in Haryana; Fadnavis, Thorat move Maha’

A government led by Shiv Sena, named after Shivaji, had to be reminded it should support a film about a brave lieutenant of the chhatrapati