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Katrina, Akshay take De Dana Dan to the kids

Last updated on: December 4, 2009 16:32 IST

Katrina, Akshay take De Dana Dan to the kids

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Katrina KaifAkshay Kumar and Johnny Lever were snapped during a special screening of their movie De Dana Dan for physically challenged kids in Mumbai on Friday.

Image: Katrina Kaif, Akshay Kumar and Johnny Lever
Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar
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A glimpse of Cruz

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Spanish actress Penelope Cruz smiles as she arrives for the world premiere of Nine at Leicester Square in London on Thursday.


Image: Penelope Cruz
Photographs: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters
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Rugby star

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Matt Damon poses at the Los Angeles premiere of Clint Eastwood's new film Invictus in Beverly Hills, California. 

Damon plays a South African Springboks national rugby union team player Francois Pienaar in the film.


Image: Matt Damon
Photographs: Fred Prouser
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Everybody's Fine

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Pearl Harbour actress Kate Beckinsale arrives with her daughter, Lily Mo Sheen, for the premiere of the film Everybody's Fine in New York.


Image: Lily Mo Sheen and Kate Beckinsale
Photographs: Lucas Jackson/Reuters
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The Messenger of Peace

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Legendary singer Stevie Wonder has landed a special position in the United Nations. The Superstition hitmaker has been appointed 'Messenger of Peace' by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

 

The 59-year-old American crooner is known for supporting civil and human rights campaigns. The position will focus on helping people with disabilities, reports the Daily Express.

 

A statement from the UN reads, '(Wonder''s) career as a recording artist has reflected his concern with humanitarian issues. He has written, produced and/or performed songs relative to charities in support of disabilities, AIDS, cancer, diabetes, hunger and homelessness, domestic abuse and many other causes on behalf of children and adults.'

 

'Stevie Wonder is a true inspiration to young people all over the world about what can be achieved despite any physical limitations,' Ki-moon added.


Image: Ban Ki-moon and Stevie Wonder
Photographs: Chip East/Reuters
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Kiss-rock!

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Singer Adam Lambert poses with the rock band KISS-inspired outfit he wore on the American Idol season eight finale in San Diego.

Lambert donated the outfit to the Hard Rock Hotel, which will include it as part of their rock memorabilia collection.


Image: Adam Lambert
Photographs: Fred Greaves/Reuters
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