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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, August 27, 2013
First Published: 16:39 IST(27/8/2013) | Last Updated: 16:44 IST(27/8/2013)

The rupee went past its record low of 65.56 and touched the 66 a dollar mark in mid-session trade on Tuesday, amid fears that the UPA's food security bill would add to pressure on the Indian currency, Shah Rukh Khan says a film like this makes his over two decade journey in Bollywood, and made all the good and bad times he has faced worth it, John Abraham, whose production, Madras Cafe, released last week, has awed some of industry’s biggest names. Here are some of the most read stories on the site.

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Market mayhem: Rupee hits record low of 66 a dollar, Sensex tanks 578 points
The rupee went past its record low of 65.56 and touched the 66 a dollar mark in mid-session trade today, amid fears that the UPA's food security bill would add to pressure on the Indian currency.

Sorry! Asaram Bapu is meditating, Ashram tells police
As two-member Rajasthan police team reached Indore on Tuesday morning to hand over summons to godman Asaram Bapu in connection with the sexual abuse case, his followers tried to keep them away from meeting the saint under different pretexts.

Chennai Express makes SRK's two decades in Bollywood "worth it"
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan is thrilled with the business and response for his film Chennai Express. He says a film like this makes his over two decade journey in Bollywood, and made all the good and bad times he has faced worth it.

Big B, Karan Johar appreciate John Abraham's Madras Cafe
John Abraham, whose production, Madras Cafe, released last week, has awed some of industry’s biggest names. Amitabh Bachchan tweeted: "Saw Madras Cafe.. such a wonderfully executed film! Shoojit Sircar, your variety in Direction and Production is so commendable!"

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