Aug 01, 2020
Taapsee Pannu Turns 33: Vicky Kaushal, Bhumi Pednekar and Other B-Town Celebs Extend Birthday Wishes for Badla Actress
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Taapsee Pannu turned 33 on Saturday, and wishes poured in from film industry colleagues. Actor Vicky Kaushal, who paired opposite Taapsee in 2018’s “Manmarziyaan”, posted a sweet wish for her. “Happy birthday ..stay the patakha you are my laal pari,” he wrote on Instagram Stories. Bhumi Pednekar’s wish is a happy one loaded with laughs.She posted a video where Taapsee and she can be seen enjoying a hearty laugh. “Happy birthday Taapsee. Wishing you years of happiness and laughter,” Bhumi captioned the video. Taapsee and Bhumi co-starred in last year’s “Saand Ki Aankh”. Taapsee Pannu Birthday Special: An Unconventional Cinematic Resume Complimented by an Atypically Chic and Brilliant Fashion Arsenal!
“Happy birthday Taapsee! To love, laughter and peace of mind,” Anushka wrote on Instagram Stories. Conveying his best wishes to Taapsee, her “Judwaa 2” Varun Dhawan wrote: “Happy birthday beautiful girl.” Actor Ayushmann Khurrana expressed his desire to get more work opportunities with Taapsee. “Happy birthday Taapsee. I wish for more shoots together,” he shared. Neha Dhupia called Taapsee “sherni”. “Happy birthday our sherni,” Neha tweeted. Taapsee Pannu Birthday: 5 Best Tamil Films Of The Actress That You Must Watch!
Director Anurag Kashyap, who directed Taapsee in “Manmarziyaan”, shared a throwback picture of him sitting on Taapsee’s lap. “Happy Birthday to my missing chair @taapsee ..garajte raho baraste raho,” Anurag wrote. Alia Bhatt showered Taapsee with loads of love. “Happy birthday, Taapsee. Lots of love to you on your special day and every day,” Alia penned on Instagram Stories. Taapsee’s “Thappad” co-star Pavail Gulati wrote: ” Happy birthday you beauty. Best hai tu.”
Below are Bollywood Celebs Birthday Wish For Taapsee Pannu
Vicky Kaushal’s Instagram Story (Photo Credits: Instagram)
Bhumi Pednekar’s Instagram Story (Photo Credits: Instagram)
Ayushmann Khurrana’s Instagram Story (Photo Credits: Instagram)
Anushka Sharma’s Instagram Story (Photo Credits: Instagram)
Varun Dhawan’s Instagram Story (Photo Credits: Instagram)
Alia Bhatt Instagram Story (Photo Credits: Instagram)
Happy birthday our sherni ????… @taapsee … dher saara pyaar ???? pic.twitter.com/zsfjivrcND
— Neha Dhupia (@NehaDhupia) August 1, 2020
Happy birthday @taapsee ???? ਜਨਮਦਿਨ ਮੁਬਾਰਕ ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ
— Mukesh Chhabra CSA (@CastingChhabra) August 1, 2020
Happy birthday @taapsee keep shining bright always!!! Loads of happiness !!!!????????????????????????????????????????
— manoj bajpayee (@BajpayeeManoj) August 1, 2020
Taaapse’s younger sister Shagun Pannu too took to Instagram to wish the former on her birthday. “Enjoying the full bed till we have tomatoes growing on my side of the bed. Happy bday pyariiii (even though we are not counting this year),” Shagun wrote. On the Bollywood front, Taapsee has “Haseen Dillruba”, “Rashmi Rocket” and “Shabaash Mithu” coming up.
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Pompeo to Meet Head of UN Nuclear Watchdog as Council Votes
By MATTHEW LEE, AP Diplomatic Writer
VIENNA (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Austria, where he will see the head of the United Nations' nuclear watchdog as members of the U.N. Security Council vote on a long-shot American bid to extend an arms embargo on Iran.
The vote in New York will likely set the stage for a showdown between world powers over whether international sanctions eased under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal can or should be reimposed on Washington’s demand. Pompeo’s meeting with International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Rafael Grossi on Friday in Vienna is expected to be finished well before results from the Security Council vote are known. Whatever the result, the IAEA plays a major role in the future of the nuclear deal that it monitors.
Before his talks with Grossi, Pompeo met with senior Austrian officials, including Prime Minister Sebastian Kurz, to discuss European energy independence, the security of 5G wireless networks and the threats to both posed by Russia and China. Pompeo is in Austria on the third leg of a four-nation tour of eastern and central Europe that has already taken him to the Czech Republic and Slovenia. He will wrap up the trip in Poland on Saturday.
The U.S. resolution to indefinitely extend the Iran arms embargo, which is due to expire in October under the terms of the nuclear deal that President Donald Trump withdrew from in 2018, is widely expected to fail due to European resistance and strong opposition from veto-wielding council members Russia and China.
The council began voting on Thursday evening by email because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and results are expected to be announced Friday evening. It is likely the resolution will not get the minimum nine “yes” votes in the 15-member Security Council for Russia and China to use their vetoes.
American officials, including Pompeo, have said failure to extend the embargo will likely be met by the U.S. invoking the so-called snapback procedure that would reimpose all U.N. sanctions lifted by the nuclear deal. The other participants maintain the U.S. no longer has standing to invoke the snapback since it withdrew from the deal, but Washington argues that it retains that right as an original participant and permanent member of the Security Council, which endorsed the deal.
The U.S. has circulated to council members a six-page memo from U.S. State Department legal advisers outlining why the United States remains part of the Security Council resolution and still has the right to use the snapback provision.
The U.S. initially circulated a resolution to the 15-member council to indefinitely extend the arms embargo that was seven pages long and had 35 paragraphs. This week, following discussions with council members who voiced objections to a number of provisions, it circulated a revised draft that stripped the resolution to just four paragraphs calling for an indefinite extension.
The foreign ministers of Russia and China, in separate letters to U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the Security Council last month, were sharply critical of the U.S. effort to indefinitely extend the arms embargo. They gave every indication they would veto any such resolution if necessary.
Diplomats from several countries that remain committed to the nuclear deal have expressed serious concern that extending the arms embargo would lead to Iran’s exit from the agreement and its hastened pursuit of nuclear weapons.
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