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ACTORS WHO DIED DURING THE  FILMING OF THEIR OWN MOVIES

ACTORS WHO DIED DURING THE FILMING OF THEIR OWN MOVIES

Entertainment, News
Acting is a career that has proven to be very successful for many people, although it requires a certain amount of skill and luck. But, there have been incidences where the actors were not lucky enough to watch their movies and died. A few of them passed away during the filming period itself. Here's a list of artists who died during filming of their movies: 1)John Ritter: John Ritter was best known for his roles in “Three’s Company” and “8 Simple Rules.” During filming for an episode of “8 Simple Rules”, Ritter collapsed on set without any warning. He was rushed to the hospital with a tear in his aorta but passed away later that night. 2)Brandon Lee: The son of the legend, Bruce Lee, Brandon was filming a scene for the movie, “The Crow” and was supposed to be shot.The stunt
Top 5 Unbelieveable Things You Can Do After Your Funeral

Top 5 Unbelieveable Things You Can Do After Your Funeral

Health & Fitness
First, the bad news: you're going to kick the bucket, and your funeral and casket are most likely going to be expensive and dangerous for the environment. In any case, it doesn't have to be that way. The green movement and some entrepreneurs have joined forces to rehash the passing industry, which, however dreary, is a welcome development. Here are just a couple of options you now have for the inescapable moment you do pass on. DIY your particular eco-accommodating casket Katrina Brees is an artist and pioneer of Fantastic Casket. She'll make you a custom chest (she also designs Mardi Gras floats, if that gives you thought) or show you to make your own. "Anything can be a casket," says Brees, whose goal is to decrease the measure of obligation people go up against amid the entombment...
Amendment Motor Vehicle Act : Now Pay Rs.10,000 On Drunk Driving & Rs.1000 Fine On Not Wearing Helmet!

Amendment Motor Vehicle Act : Now Pay Rs.10,000 On Drunk Driving & Rs.1000 Fine On Not Wearing Helmet!

News
The Cabinet has approved changes in the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill and has revived the three-decade-old Act with new rules and fines. The Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Bill 2016 has asked the license holder to link their driving license and vehicle registration details with Adhaar card. It also proposes heavy penalties for traffic violations. "We have proposed an amendment to the Motor Vehicle Act where people need to have Aadhaar number to apply for driving license and need not visit transport offices to get a learning driving license as it all will be online," Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari told reporters after the Cabinet meeting. Stricter penalties are proposed for high-risk offenses such as drunken driving, dangerous driving, overloading, non-adherence t...