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Bullets Web Series Download Leaked by the Illegal Piracy Website Filmyzilla

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Bullets Web Series Download Leaked by the Illegal Piracy Website Filmyzilla

Bullets is an Indian web series that was released on 8th January 2021. It was released on MX Player. But it was leaked by the illegal piracy website Filmyzilla.

It was leaked and uploaded on the piracy website Filmyzilla on the same day of the release date. It is now available to watch for free on MX Player because MX Player does not require any kind of subscription.

So, we recommend that you should not use any piracy website to watch movies or web series because if you use the piracy website, then you might get in serious trouble because it is illegal to use pirated content in India and several other countries also like the US. Now, let’s get the details of the newly-released web series Bullets.

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The story of the web series Bullets includes two girls Tina and Lolo. They both are brave and bold girls. They found themselves on a secret mission. The mission includes a deal between two countries. Plenty of illegal weapons or arms.

The web series Bullets was shot in India and Malaysia. The series is full of action and thriller. But the series has received an average response from the audience.

The series Bullets has rated 2.4 out of 10 on IMDb. The length of the series Bullets is 2 hours and 11 minutes. Bullets is an Indian television series. There are a total of 6 episodes in the series Bullets.

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The cast of the series Bullets includes Sunny Leone as Tina, Karishma Tanna as Lolo, Vivek Vaswani as Hemant Korade, Deepak Tijori as Ketu, Farid Amiri as Avinash, Amaan Khan as Inspector, Shawn Arranha as Lewis Lobo, Areesz Ganddi as Farish, Sakshi Pradhan, Mohan Kapur, Errol Marks, Shauray, Meherzan Mazda, Anshool Uttamani, and Taha Shah Badussha as Mario.

The series Bullets was directed by Devang Dholakia and produced by Hardeep Randhawa and Vinay Chaukar. Arvind Singh and Sanjay Ingle completed the cinematography and editing of the series Bullets.

Ikka, Arko Pravo Mukherjee, and Raghav Sachar gave the music in the series Bullets. Find the trailer of the Indian action web series Bullets below.

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‘Yellowstone’ Star Reveals Which Cast Member Is the Funniest

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Yellowstone is about as dramatic as a television show can get, but that doesn’t mean it’s always serious all the time. Though the smash Paramount Network show is hardly a comedy, actor Kelsey Asbille says there are quite a few moments of levity between takes — especially from one cast member in particular.

“It’s a really fun group, and we just really like spending time with each other,” Asbille — who portrays Monica Dutton on the show — tells Taste of Country in an interview to promote Season 4 of the smash hit show.

“Especially this past season, because we were kind of in a bubble,” she says. “We were one of the first shows to start production during the pandemic, so really, all we could see was each other.”

“It was lovely, man,” Asbille continues. “We have a great time. Nothing too exciting, we just like hanging out.”

Though the tone of the show is quite dark at times, Asbille reveals that there are plenty of fun moments that viewers don’t get to see.

“They should do a reel, honestly,” she says with a laugh. “There is a lot of laughter that you would not expect, especially with Luke [Grimes, who plays Asbille’s TV husband, Kayce Dutton]. Luke can get the whole crew laughing very easily. So yeah, I would say a lot of our outtakes … we have fun, despite the circumstances.”

Yellowstone‘s Season 4 has brought big changes to Monica, Kayce and their son, Tate (Brecken Merrill). Tune in to Yellowstone every Sunday night at 8PM ET on the Paramount Network to keep track of the latest, and stay tuned to Taste of Country as we provide week-to-week coverage of Yellowstone and the first season of the upcoming prequel 1883, including episode analysis, news on the shows, cast interviews and more.

As part of our comprehensive coverage, check out the new Dutton Rules podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

1883 is set to premiere on Dec. 19 and will air exclusively on Paramount+. Subscribe to the streaming service to make sure you don’t miss out.

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Exclusive: Trump’s social media venture seeks $1 billion raise – sources

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Dec 1 (Reuters) – Former President Donald Trump’s new social media venture is seeking to raise up to $1 billion by selling shares to hedge funds and family offices at several times the valuation it commanded in a deal with a blank-check acquisition firm in October, two people familiar with the matter said.

Trump Media & Technology Group, which has yet to roll out the social media app it says it is developing, already stands to receive $293 million if its deal to list in New York through a merger with blank-check firm Digital World Acquisition Corp (DWAC.O) is completed.

The deal valued Trump Media at $875 million, including debt. Trump Media is now seeking to raise up to an additional $1 billion at a valuation of close to $3 billion, to reflect Digital World’s share rally after Trump supporters and day traders snapped up the stock, the sources said.

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It is the clearest indication yet that Trump and the Digital World dealmakers are seeking to capitalize on the market euphoria around their venture, which has so far been fueled by its ambitious goals rather than a business that is up and running.

Digital World shares were valued at $10 each in the deal with Trump Media. Trump Media is now looking to secure a so-called private investment in public equity (PIPE) that would value Digital World shares closer to their recent price, the sources said.

The sources added that Digital World shares may be valued based on a 20% discount of their 10-day, volume-weighted average price.

The sources requested anonymity because the matter is confidential. Trump Media and Digital World did not respond to requests for comment. Bloomberg News reported last month that the companies were seeking to raise a PIPE without any details on its terms.

Digital World shares soared on Wednesday, as investors welcomed the news that the PIPE could dilute existing Digital World shareholders less than they expected by pricing at a level much higher than the customary $10 per share seen in most mergers with blank-check firms.

The shares, which had been trading down 6% before news of the $1 billion raise, rallied to close up 7% at $44.35 on Nasdaq, then extended gains in after-hours trade, rocketing up 31%, to $58.01.

Most PIPE transactions are inked before a deal to take a company public is rolled out, and it is far from certain that the companies will raise the entire $1 billion they are seeking following their deal announcement. Many Wall Street firms have snubbed the opportunity to invest, and many of the investors participating in the confidential road shows for the PIPE are hedge funds, family offices and high net-worth individuals, the sources said. Family offices manage the wealth of the very rich and their kin.

Weighing on the deal’s appeal is the reluctance of many investors to associate with Trump after he was banned from top social media platforms for encouraging his supporters to participate in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, which was based on unsubstantiated claims of widespread fraud in last year’s presidential election.

Some hedge funds that backed the launch of Digital World, including Saba Capital Management and Lighthouse Investment Partners, have said they sold their shares to distance themselves from the Trump deal.

The deal also faces regulatory risk. U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren asked Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Gary Gensler last month to investigate the planned merger for potential violations of securities laws around disclosure. The SEC has declined to comment on whether it plans any action. read more

Trump Media and Digital World have asked investors to finalize commitments to the PIPE by the middle of December, the sources said.

In a PIPE road show attended by one of the sources, investors were asked to commit between $10 million and $20 million. Neither Trump nor Digital World executives made an appearance, and the investor presentation was led by David Boral, the president of EF Hutton, an investment bank that advised Digital World on the deal, the source said. A Trump Media representative was also in attendance, the source added.

But Trump has been personally involved. He has been calling some investors to ask them to make a commitment to the PIPE of more than $100 million, the second of the sources said.

Investors attending the road show were shown a demo from the planned social media app, called TRUTH Social, which looked like a Twitter feed, the sources said.

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Trump has said he is launching his own social media app to stand up against the companies that have barred him from their platforms. He had 89 million followers on Twitter, 33 million on Facebook and 24.5 million on Instagram at the time he was blocked, according to a presentation on his company’s website.

Since Trump was voted out of office last year, he has repeatedly dropped hints that he might seek the presidency for a third time in 2024.

Special purpose acquisition companies such as Digital World had lost much of their luster with retail investors before the Trump media deal came along. Many of these investors were left with big losses after the companies that merged with SPACs failed to deliver on their ambitious financial projections.

TRUTH Social is scheduled for a full rollout in the first quarter of 2022, and is the first of three stages in the Trump Media plan, followed by a subscription video-on-demand service called TMTG+ that will feature entertainment, news and podcasts, according to the news release.

In a slide deck on its website, the company envisions eventually competing against Amazon.com’s AWS cloud service and Google Cloud.

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Reporting by Krystal Hu in New York
Additional reporting by Echo Wang in New York
Editing by Greg Roumeliotis and Leslie Adler

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Genome sequencing finds no new Covid variant- The New Indian Express

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DHARWAD: In a huge relief, genome sequencing found no new variant in any of the 113 samples from SDM Medical College.  As many as 306 students and a few medical staffers were infected with Covid-19 last week at SDM Medical College and Hospital in Dharwad. All the infected students are under treatment in their hostels, and staffers are quarantined in their houses.

Among the infected, six had mild infection and the remaining asymptomatic. Students with mild symptoms have now recovered. Among the 306 infected, 113 swab samples were sent to a laboratory in Bengaluru for genome sequencing. Deputy Commissioner Nitesh Patil confirmed that no new variant was traced in these 113 samples. 

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