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Shah Rukh Khan, which is a commercially successful film, was watched by approximately 300,000 viewers, but the channel was blocked for two days in December 2012, after the controversial 'Innocence of Muslims'.
The film, which was shown in the name of a fictional character, is a satirical take on the film The Innocence of Muslims.
Star Cast Shah Rukh Khan Urmilla Matondkar Yamini Sinha Deepak Tijori Uday Chopra Brijendra Kala Vishwanath Shenoy Mohan Joshi Sachin Khedekar
Movie Cast Ali Azad Aasif Sheikh Sudesh Berry Dev Patel Farhan Akhtar Charu Wegman Farhana Syed Omar Bobo Seema Biswas Misha Ghai Kunal Karan Kapur
Synopsis The Innocence of Muslims is a controversial anti-Muslim American movie made by an Egyptian Copt, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, who was born in California. It has been reported that he was affiliated with the Islamic group, Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, which was in turn designated a terrorist organization by the U.S. government in 2001. The film was released on September 16, 2012 and was banned in Muslim majority countries including India.
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Category:Internet-related listsWhile Verizon's Droid lineup was incredibly successful, the company found itself in a bit of a bind when it came time to sell off their devices. As it turns out, Verizon gave away millions of their high-end, unlocked phones to loyal customers.
Receiving a phone isn't really a big deal if you've signed a two-year contract, but it's a completely different story if you're a phone owner who was planning to upgrade to something new. As if a phone wasn't enough, Verizon also threw in free service too.
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The ability to control everything in your home from a smartphone or tablet is a pretty nifty feature for the convenience it brings, but it's not an easy one to implement. It may be a lot simpler than most people think, though.
On New Year's Eve, a bunch of Twitter users took it upon themselves to "ask" former Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam a question in a tweet with the hashtags #AskMcAdam and #Verizon. He obliged and gave a pretty good response to many of them.