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  1. Bolywood's first female super star and a veteran actress, Sridevi, passed away last night after a cardiac arrest. She was 54 years old and was in Dubai with her family when this happened. Shocked beyond words to hear about the sad and untimely demise of #Sridevi. A dream for many, had the good fortune of sharing screen space with her long ago and witnessed her continued grace over the years. Thoughts and prayers with the family. RIP ðð» — Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) February 25, 2018 Have witnessed Sridevi's life from an adolescent teenager to the magnificeint lady she became. Her stardom was well deserved. Many happy moments with her flash through my mind including the last time I met her. Sadma's lullaby haunts me now. We'll miss her — Kamal Haasan (@ikamalhaasan) February 25, 2018 She was a child artist as well and worked in Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil movies before venturing into Hindi movies. This is how I will always want to remember #Sridevi - Happening, Vibrant, Brilliant, Beautiful, Bestest and Unique.ðð #QueenOfIndianCinemaSridevi pic.twitter.com/Om4Yi0IbxR — Anupam Kher (@AnupamPKher) February 25, 2018 I have no words. Condolences to everyone who loved #Sridevi . A dark day . RIP — PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) February 24, 2018 The PM and the President also offered their condolences on Twitter. Saddened by the untimely demise of noted actor Sridevi. She was a veteran of the film industry, whose long career included diverse roles and memorable performances. My thoughts are with her family and admirers in this hour of grief. May her soul rest in peace: PM @narendramodi — PMO India (@PMOIndia) February 25, 2018 Shocked to hear of passing of movie star Sridevi. She has left millions of fans heartbroken. Her performances in films such as Moondram Pirai, Lamhe and English Vinglish remain an inspiration for other actors. My condolences to her family and close associates #PresidentKovind — President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) February 25, 2018 She was an iconic actress who went effortless from dancing to 'Hawa Hawai', becoming the most beautiful 'Roop Ki Rani' and then also essaying a practical, real life house wife in 'English Vinglish'. It is truly a dark day in the history of Indian cinema today. While further details are yet awaited from her family, the industry is already mourning the loss.
  2. Sridevi, one of the most notable actresses of Bollywood, passed away in the wee hours of Sunday morning, Indian media reported, citing a massive heart attack as the cause of her death. The actress was 55 years old. She was in Dubai with her family, including husband Boney Kapoor and daughters Khushi and Janhavi, to attend a wedding. ?This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is available
  3. For the last one week or so, we have just been hearing about all the outrageous yet adorable things that Justin Trudeau has been up to while in India. He's having the time of his life here and we're all honestly living vicariously through him. While all of the things he's doing is kind of part of the big Indian dream, I couldn't help but think if there is an ulterior motive behind his antics. So please, bear with me and my conspiracy theory, because what is life without a little overthinking. I am personally loving all of his sherwanis and his bhangra, even though some Canadians think he's embarrassing them – and himself, but what I would like to discuss is that all of the things he has done while in India is just an audition for Bollywood on a grand scale. Let's begin the theory and examine all the evidence we have, shall we? Reuters First of all, he's already famous, obviously, he's the freaking Prime Minister of Canada. So, everyone already knows him, but that doesn't get you that lead role in a movie, does it? So, that is why he's hellbent on proving his talent and the fact that he does look like a future superstar. Let's start with his clothes. Almost every tourist in India would dress the part and enjoy their time here in some desi attire. While a lot of them would just opt for simple kurtas and all, Justin went to the next level, of course, and tried to fit in as many sherwanis as he could in this trip. Reuters While dressed like a proper dulha who looks like he's early for his own wedding (because just look at his face, that's the face of sincerity), he hung out with all the big names in Bollywood. Here, he is with King Khan himself. Tonight, we celebrated stronger ties & new co-production opportunities between Bollywood and the Canadian Film Industry. And who better to help than @iamsrk himself... Great to meet you! ð®ð³ð¨ð¦ pic.twitter.com/1OcwsA9lMS — Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) February 20, 2018 And then, he also met Farhan Akhtar. Was an honour and a pleasure to meet the Hon. Prime Minister of Canada, @justinpjtrudeau & his lovely wife, Sophie. His leadership in the discourse for ending gender discrimination serves as constant inspiration to us all. Thank you to the Respected High Commissioner for Canada to India, for the invite. A post shared by Farhan Akhtar (@faroutakhtar) on Feb 20, 2018 at 10:14am PST And R Madhavan. @JustinTrudeau such a pleasure and honour meeting you sir. Your relatability, grace and charm was most endearing and its easy to see why you are the Pride and toast of Canada.Have a lovely rest of the tour.ðð pic.twitter.com/yNpZV6l4Vo — Ranganathan Madhavan (@ActorMadhavan) February 21, 2018 And, Anupam Kher as well. It was such a pleasure to meet the Canadian Prime Minister @justinpjtrudeau and his family. What a charming and great conversationalist he is. Talked about people, culture and of course cinema.:) #Canada #India #lndianCinema #BendItLikeBeckham #SilverLiningsPlaybook A post shared by Anupam Kher (@anupampkher) on Feb 20, 2018 at 8:38am PST Chilling with so many Bollywood A-listers, it's almost as if he's making personal connections with them that would come in handy in the future. So smart, Justin, I'm impressed. Then, let's take a look at the next piece of evidence. When he visited Taj Mahal, we were blessed with this picture. Twitter 10 points to whoever guesses who he's posing as! Well, it's almost the same, isn't it? Extra points for the effort to Justin! He's basically telling the world that he has what it takes to replace Shah Rukh Khan, so he better watch out. He's coming for you, SRK. After showing his star potential with just one pose, he also showed off his incredible dance moves, because what kind of Bollywood actor can't dance, right? Making a grand entrance fit for a star, he decided to flaunt his Bhangra moves while at an event at Canada house in Delhi. Canadian PM @JustinTrudeau makes an entrance at the Canada house in New Delhi. Truly in the spirit of India. @DemocracyNewsL pic.twitter.com/ph19O7ysB4 — Rohit Gandhi (@rohitgandhi_) February 22, 2018 He's just gearing up for that pending Bollywood debut and we're so here for it. With a little more practice, his dance skills could put any current actor to shame. Now that we've talked about the technicalities of becoming a Bollywood actor, let's focus on the social aspect. An actor obviously needs to have fans and for that you need a lot of goodwill in the society. And since Justin is already a great guy, he just needed to be himself to impress everyone. We've all seen pictures of him and his family at the Golden Temple but there also he took it up a notch by showing everyone how humble he is. One of the highlights of his visit was his entire family doing 'seva' at the Golden Temple and he even left a heartfelt note in the visitor book. Instagram He's so down to earth and humble, it's so refreshing. He would be a fan favourite if (read: when) he becomes an actor. Why? Because the fame will never go to his head. He's just like all of us, living his life, doing his best. And now, we've arrived at the last bit – Justin Trudeau and his family meeting our PM Modi. If you're in the country's Prime Minister's good books, everything else should obviously be easy. Reuters See, he's already become such good pals with PM Modi, that whenever he tries to make that transition from the Prime Minister of Canada to a Bollywood superstar, it should be an easy ride for him. As for now, I'm just waiting for his debut, because if my calculations are right, it should come soon enough. These upcoming star kids have some competition. Wait, will Justin be that blessing for our country who will rid us of nepotism? Let's wait and watch.
  4. Karan Johar's 'Koffee with Karan' is where Bollywood officially roasts its coffee. Everybody who is somebody in the industry has been on the show. You haven't arrived if you haven't been invited on the show. While we love the sassy stars one upping each other and spilling the beans, much to KJo's delight, our favourite episodes are the ones in which he gets roasted by his guests. From dear friend SRK to the very-new-to-Bollywood Mira Rajput, his guests have whipped up some real gems on the show. Here are 9 times Bollywood stars roasted KJo on his own show and served us some piping hot coffee. 1. Trust the award-shows-boycotter Aamir Khan to call a spade a spade! © Hotstar © Hotstar 2. He IS! © Hotstar © Hotstar 3. Twinkle Khanna roasted the beans so bad they got burnt. © Hotstar © Hotstar 4. An Indian film we wish we hadn't seen. 5 times. © Hotstar © Hotstar 5. Err…Imran, you're not Aamir Khan though… © Hotstar © Hotstar 6. Probably the only guest KJo regretted calling! © Hotstar © Hotstar 7. The word nepotism is not leaving him anytime soon. © Hotstar © Hotstar 8. Wake up and smell the coffee, Karan © Hotstar © Hotstar 9. Aaand this: © Hotstar *Mic drop*
  5. One thing that has been making us extremely proud about Bollywood of late is the unbelievable transformation of some of the 'heroes' we grew up with. Anil Kapoor flagged off this revolution and some of our favourites followed suit. Suniel Shetty is definitely one of the forerunners. He is the rightful representative of the league of mature men that the ladies drool over. He has been consistent with his super classy style, and his posh avatar in a suit with cropped trousers is the latest proof of that. © Viral Bayani What we absolutely love about the suit are the trousers. They have an extremely flattering, relaxed fit. More importantly, they are cropped at the ankles at a length that is perfect to show that he cares about how he looks but is nonchalant about it and doesn't try too hard. © Viral Bayani A classic look always works. Mr Shetty clearly knows that and knows how to implement it perfectly. The classic white-on-black combo is working for him brilliantly. He always has been mindful about his physique, and we can see that it still holds true even when he is wearing a suit. The top two undone buttons are absolutely justified here. © Viral Bayani We love how he has stuck to a pair of classic black leather loafers with tassels. The matching belt in black leather is adding to its charm. © Viral Bayani Coming to his grooming game, we must say we are super impressed. The fact that he decided to give his beard an impeccable shape while not messing with the natural salt and pepper awesomeness, speaks volumes about his sense of aesthetics. All we can say is that we aspire for our style game to be at that level when we are 56, Mr Shetty.
  6. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family are on a week-long visit to India and met with Bollywood celebrities during an event held yesterday (20 February). Two of the biggest stars in Bollywood Shah Rukh and Aamir Khan were present at the event. Trudeau tweeted pictures of meeting the Khans thanking them for their support in increasing new co-production opportunities between Canada and India. Rock On star Farhan Akhtar said Trudeau?s discourse for ending gender discrimination was a constant inspiration for all. Anupam Kher also met Trudeau and said he was impressed with the Candian PM's conversation skills. According to reports in the Indian and Canadian media, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sidestepped his Canadian counterpart over the Trudeau administration's perceived support for Sikh separatists and dealings with Sikh groups in Canada. Canada is home to roughly half a million Sikhs and a significant number appear to back a decades-long Sikh campaign in India´s northern Punjab state for an independent homeland of Khalistan. Trudeau was received by a junior minister when he arrived at New Delhi airport on Saturday and by district officials when he visited the historic Taj Mahal monument in Agra the next day. Modi often meets leading heads of government at the airport with bear hugs and cheerful photo-ops. He was again missing however when Trudeau visited Modi's home state of Gujarat on Monday. The social media-savvy Modi, who has 40.4 million Twitter followers, is also yet to tweet a welcome message to Trudeau as he does customarily for other leaders.
  7. After a long day of 'Work, work, work', here's something that will 'Kiss it better' for you. when @Dior is the plug. A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Dec 22, 2017 at 2:18pm PST RIRI doesn't need any introductions, and we always have 'Love on the brain' when we think of her. A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Dec 6, 2017 at 8:20am PST She's a badass and won't even think for 'FourFiveSeconds' before making the most savage comments. A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Dec 3, 2017 at 11:41am PST Whenever we look at her, we can only say… 'We found love'. A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Oct 21, 2017 at 9:12pm PDT She can make all the 'Rude boys' turn good. @fentybeauty #GALAXY holiday collection!! A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Sep 24, 2017 at 7:57am PDT And all the good boys, 'Unfaithful'. So, let us all just 'Take a bow'… A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Sep 17, 2017 at 10:48am PDT Because she honestly 'Runs this town'. the @aura_experience caught by @dennisleupold #BARBADOS #cropover2017 #culture A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Aug 7, 2017 at 1:44pm PDT Reason? She can make anyone buy her 'Diamonds' and say 'You da one'. "eyes up here" ð A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Jul 24, 2017 at 2:22pm PDT Rihanna, we have one thing to say to you – 'Te amo'. #AmeliaEarhartCouture ð@harpersbazaarus ð¸@marianovivanco ðð¼@yusefhairnyc ð@francescatolot ðð¾@kimmiekyees ð@melzy917 A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Feb 8, 2017 at 3:34pm PST So, let's all of us just 'pour it up' for Rihanna. Ras' A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Oct 6, 2016 at 8:06am PDT
  8. As a fact, anything baggy/lousy/wide has been long regarded as sartorially wrong (especially, if you take the psyche of the masses into account). Unfortunately, while relaxed, eased-out clothing is a big global trend, for 90% of the male Indian population, life is full of discussions around the right fit, formally known as a 'slim-fit'. Agreed, on most days, that's great; but over-sized gear is visually very appealing too. It's a welcome change, if we may. But of course, not something meant for every body type, so, proceed with caution. But, while we may continue having this conversation around fits, let's admit: there's a fine line between ill-fits and relaxed apparel. The former is wrong and the latter, somewhat right. But sometimes, you just can't decide. Take for example, cargo pants, which we just don't seem to understand: © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani Over time, we've come to the conclusion, that cargo pants are just not our thing. Plus, they neither have to be baggy, or well-fitted. And since we're not the biggest fans of them anyway, we couldn't really care. Coming to the discussion of the day, however, here's a news flash: Tiger Shroff just wore the biggest and widest cargo pants ever worn by an Indian celebrity (even bigger than Shah Rukh Khan). See for yourself: © Viral Bhayani Honestly, we're 100% down for the palette here: it's quite earthy and supremely light on the eyes. Maybe now sweat patch-proof, but the T-shirt's quite a breeze to sport. Though, coming to the cargo pants, we're a little confused. Are they, in any way, a cape to hide his footwear with? While his black sneakers aren't anything to flaunt anyway (they're really safe), it doesn't mean they lose visibility in the frame. In textbook terms, "your trousers should end at/right above the ankle", which obviously isn't the case here. Plus, you can spot a pesky thread hanging, in line with the cargo's frayed-edged aesthetic. © Viral Bhayani Are we down for this outfit, or are we not? To be frank, we're actually not quite sure.
  9. Bobby Deol's career graph is perhaps the perfect example of the 'crests and troughs' graph. Actually more of troughs, but that's not what we are interested in. He did start off with a bang, and then things kind of went downhill over time. However, he clearly has huge plans of turning the game around. Why, you ask? His latest pictures speak for themselves. We have seen a lot of transformations, but this one takes the cake. We think he is actually ageing in reverse. Take a look at his transformation below and you'd agree. To be fair, he is 51 now. So it's only natural for him to look his age. This picture was taken four years ago. © Twitter This one was taken last year. © Twitter But what you're about to see next will knock your socks off. Here, take a look. © Viral Bhayani Does he look a day over 25? We are amazed as well. What sorcery is this? © Viral Bhayani Bobby is rocking the black Polo t-shirt and the fitted white chinos. Courtesy his grueling workout regime, the standard polo is also fitting him like a dream. Those white sneakers are complementing the outfit perfectly. We like how he has kept it minimal by accessorising his look with only one, hard-earned piece - those bicep veins. © Viral Bhayani Bobby's transformation happened because of 'Race 3', where he clearly will relive his action hero days. Remember 'Soldier'? Whatever the reason might be, we are just happy that he decided to don this new, fit AF, badass avatar. © Viral Bhayani Along with his physique, Bobby clearly has given his wardrobe a new lease of life as well. He is sporting outfits that are making him look younger, while successfully doing justice to all that hard work in the gym. Exhibit A. Moral of the story: Bobby Deol is back, folks. Well done! We are rooting for you.
  10. “Stunt itself is a very frightening word. When you talk about the stunt, when you talk about the action it's always about something risky. It's not a matter of pride for me to say that I don't have any fear or I don't feel scared, of course I feel scared, I'm a human being and to overcome those fears and be victorious is why I am in this field.” This is how Bollywood stuntman, Amritpal Singh describes his work in the film industry. Being an action hero in Bollywood is thoroughly demanding because whether it's jumping from one skyscraper to the next or a high-intensity action scene with the baddies, it's the stuntmen who risk their lives to film gravity-defying stunts. Amritpal Singh who hails from the Judo capital of the country, Gurdaspur in Punjab, is one of those kinds. He wasn't always into stunts but it's something that's in his blood. His father was a renowned actor duplicate who worked for none other than Amitabh Bachchan for a number of years. © MensXP “At one point Amit Ji's dupe was not available and my dad coincidentally was available at that time, so he worked as a duplicate for Mr. Amitabh Bachchan. That was the fortune that turned my father's way and after that, my father became Amitabh Bachchan's personal duplicate. Even though he was famous in our village at the time, I always thought that I was born on this earth to do something else, to do something great.” But destiny had other plans for Amritpal Singh. “Since I was in school, 9th standard or 10th standard, I was very keen on cricket. I used to watch cricket matches, I used to practice a lot. But my dad used to oppose me as he thought it was a waste of time. Finally, in 12th standard, I got the opportunity to play for the under 19's for my district. When I told my father he was very happy and I was also really happy that this is something that's working for me. But a week later my father passed away.” © MensXP After that, Amritpal Singh strayed away from cricket and started to focus on stunts and action. “My friend and my roommate told me to focus on action as he thought my education would help me make it big in this field. My mother, though, always used to tell me you should never go to Mumbai. She said that Mumbai took your father and it going to take you as well.” Stunt and action are almost like an art form for Singh. “When we have an action choreography of a particular sequence we go for a recce, we check out the location and we discuss the choreography and finally we do the rehearsals with our boys. It's not fake at that point and time; we practise as if it's a real situation.” © MensXP Although action is in his genes, Amritpal Singh doesn't take fitness in his profession lightly. It's one of the things that sets him apart from others as most of the actors in Bollywood today are fit and bulked. “I do weight training and at the same time make sure that I stay flexible as well. People get injured because they are stiff at the time of performing stunts.” He, however, does hope that the work environment for the stuntmen in the industry gets safer considering the current scenario. The stuntmen most of the times get around Rs. 4000 for an eight-hour shift and considering the dangers involved in the shoot it's nothing but peanuts. Breaking through glass screens and jumping off buildings comes easily for Amritpal now and it's not because of this that he's considered the toughest action figure in the action industry, it is because of his will to get better and be victorious at the end of the shoot that makes him a true hero, even if his shadow gets all the accolades in front of the camera. https://www.facebook.com/mensxp/videos/vl.762863327243128/2314215708604698/?type=1
  11. Bollywood has given people some really high expectations from relationships. Unfortunately, this is not how the real world works. Here is the difference between the two.
  12. When it comes to films, apart from the cast, the most excited person is the director. They are not only super-enthusiastic about the work, but try to multitask just to make their film a success. A bonding that a director has with his film is pretty special. From the first frame to the last, they tend to remember every detail of the film.s I have often heard that directors are very attached to their movies, but when I got to sit down with 'Black Panther' director Ryan Coogler, I got a better insight of what it means to nurture a project and make it into a huge film. © Marvel For Coogler, Marvel's 'Black Panther' is a very special movie. Every scene that he has shot is very close to his heart. From deciding the cast, to how he would want to proceed with the film, Coogler had a very clear view. While for many, 'Black Panther' might have made his debut on-screen just two years back, for the director he was always around. Talking exclusively to MensXP he said, “For me, he was always around in the comic books. And I think he is such an interesting hero. We have been planning to make this film for a while. I think it is definitely time for him to have his movie to have his turn.” © Marvel 'Black Panther' means a lot of things to Coogler as a superhero and as a warrior king of Wakanda. He is a combination of various things and that's what makes him an interesting hero. “Black Panther means he is part of wisdom, heritage, and innovation, nobility, and leadership. He is someone who understands the responsibility he is given,” the director said. When asked about the idea of making a superhero film in Bollywood. Ryan gave a bold smile and excitingly gave a nod right away. Talking about it he said, “Oh my God, now that sounds amazing. Now that's something really cool, I would like to do it. I have never been to India, that's something I would love to do that.” © Marvel 'Black Panther' is all set to hit the screens on 16th February and stars Chadwick Boseman, Michael B Jordan, and Lupita Nyong'o. With superhero films ruling the box-office lately, it would be interesting to see how this one performs.
  13. Ever since her Bollywood debut in 2016, Saiyami Kher has become a popular name in the Indian glamour industry. The 26-year-old impressed everyone with her acting skills in Rakesh Omprakash Mehra's film 'Mirzya' which also earned her the Dadasaheb Phalke award in the Best Female Debut category. For a girl whose mother Uttara Mhatre Kher is former Miss India and represented her country at the 1982 Miss World pageant, Saiyami has come a long way to establish herself in the industry and looks set to make her family proud. But, while good looks and glamour seems hereditary for her, not many are aware of the skills Saiyami possesses in sports. © Instagram On Monday, the fitness freak gave her fans a glimpse of her efficiency with a badminton racket. Taking to Twitter, Saiyami shared a video of herself going hammer and tongs at the shuttlecock in a gruelling practice session before challenging Saina Nehwal for a pending match between them. Played last evening after very long. @NSaina I'm going to practice really hard to get 2 points from you whenever we play our pending match ð #Badminton #MondayMotivation pic.twitter.com/cPHbDOB3wE — Saiyami Kher (@SaiyamiKher) February 12, 2018 "Played last evening after very long. @NSaina I'm going to practice really hard to get 2 points from you whenever we play our pending match," Saiyami tweeted with a hashtag 'Monday Motivation'. Waiting for the match ððª.... https://t.co/z9PzNFaaQI — Saina Nehwal (@NSaina) February 12, 2018 Her tweet also evoked a response from India's ace shuttler Nehwal who wrote: "Waiting for the match". Before her stint in Bollywood and modelling, Saiyami was a total sports freak. She played badminton at the national level during her school and college days. And, if that wasn't enough, the fact that Saiyami also played cricket and was part of the Maharashtra State team goes on to highlight her love for sports. My @harbhajan3 inspired action. Friends and some cricket.. a perfect way to spend my Sunday! #cricket #sports #harbajansingh #sundayfunday #bowling #gullycricket A post shared by Saiyami Kher (@saiyami) on Sep 10, 2017 at 5:34am PDT In fact, Saiyami's sports background has also been one of the main reasons behind her envious levels of fitness. “Being a foodie I am not particular about my diet, but I never overeat. Also, I make sure that I run. I usually run 10 km and on days when I feel I need to work out more, given the kind of food I had, I run about 15 km,” she told HT last year. “While shooting for Mirzya (2016) in Ladakh, I used to run to and from my hotel to the set. Exercise for me is not punishment because I have gorged on too much food. But I enjoy doing it to stay fit, and enjoy my food more," she added. âªRoger Federer makes me cry with happiness. He has become the curious case of Benjamin Button. At 36 he plays like he's 18. ⬠âªLONG LIVE THE KING!⬠#federer #rogerfederer #tennis #australianopen #champion A post shared by Saiyami Kher (@saiyami) on Jan 28, 2018 at 4:53am PST Saiyami recalled another incident during 'Mirzya's' shoot where she ran into a former Indian cricketer. “Kiran More (former cricketer) is the father of one of the assistant directors on the film. While visiting his daughter on the sets, he recognised me and complimented me on my fitness. He also told me that I just need two months of proper training to play for India,” she revealed. âªI've learnt cricket, living and being happy just watching you play. A little attempt at trying to look like you @sachintendulkar âª#HappyBirthdaySachin⬠#sachintendulkar #sachinsachin #fangirl #cricket #legend #inspiration #mondaymotivation #straightdrive #smaaash @smaaash_live @adidas.cricket A post shared by Saiyami Kher (@saiyami) on Apr 23, 2017 at 9:46pm PDT Given her experience as a sportsperson, the budding actress wishes to portray a sports personality in their biopic. “Yes, I would love to and hope to do something around sports soon. There are films (being made) on Saina (Nehwal), Mithali Raj, etc. and I feel I could do justice to them, given my skills. Words can't express this feeling! @rogerfederer on centre court . . . #Wimbledon #RogerFederer #Tennis #GrandSlam #ATP #NowWatching #Dreaming #SweetDreamsAreMadeOfThese #Travel #DreamComeTrue #BucketList #Excited #Happy #London #InstaTravel #LondonDiaries #England #Holiday #Vacation #fangirl A post shared by Saiyami Kher (@saiyami) on Jul 12, 2017 at 11:21am PDT I had even played opposite Saina during a Junior National tournament, and she smashed the living daylights out of me (laughs). I am still in touch with her,” she claimed. Well, we couldn't help but wonder; what if Saiyami chose to be a sportsperson and represented India in badminton or cricket? And, anyone who has seen the video above where she's seen driving the ball would agree that this Bollywood hottie would have undoubtedly been a great addition to the Mithali Raj-led Indian women's cricket team.
  14. When you're in the glamour industry, you need to dress for it. No one knows when and where are you are going to get clicked. Our Bollywood boys clearly believe this with all their heart. Case in point: These 7 looks right here. 1. Kartik Aaryan: We have always loved an outfit with a super cheeky message. What can be a cheekier message, given the impending doom (for some people) that 14th February is all about? © Instagram 2. Sooraj Pancholi: A traditional Indian outfit in black will always be in vogue. Plus those shoes. One word: Flawless. © Instagram 3. Karan Tacker: Ripped jeans and a black biker jacket with a white t-shirt underneath. Wear a pair of beige Suede Chelsea boots and a pair of black sunnies. The bad boy has arrived. © Viral Bhayani 4. Upen Patel: A navy double-breasted suit that has been sewn to perfection and paired with studded loafers will attract all the attention towards you, even if you're not on the ramp. © Viral Bhayani 5. Saif Ali Khan: Classic old school Hollywood is back with this evergreen suit. Add a bowtie, and a real red rose for best results. Really, no one does it like Saif. Date night outfit goals? Learn, boys, right here. © Instagram 6. Varun Dhawan: A clean look is always flattering. Varun Dhawan clearly believes that and is rocking this classic white hoodie and beige joggers. Add those high top Yeezys and it's perfection. © Instagram 7. Sidharth Malhotra: Sid has been consistently wearing Camo of late, and for good reason. He clearly knows how to carry it off the way it's supposed to be. The ripped jeans and the maroon sneakers are going with it perfectly. © Viral Bhayani
  15. Celebrated singer Zayn Malik has shared some pretty big and exciting news for his Indian fans. In a recent interview with Elle India, Zayn revealed his big Bollywood plans. Apparently, he has already recorded his first Bollywood track! #clivedavis A post shared by Zayn Malik (@zayn) on Jan 27, 2018 at 5:35pm PST The movie's name wasn't revealed but this is a full Hindi number so it will be exciting. Also, for his new album, he is including a lot of Urdu in his music with some Bhangra vibes thrown in. Also, Zayn has collaborated with the maestro A.R Rahman for one of the songs in the album. Zayn is a Bollywood fan and has previously confessed his love for SRK and his 'Devdas', which is his favourite movie and he even forced his girlfriend Gigi to watch it. @voguemagazine A post shared by Zayn Malik (@zayn) on Jul 13, 2017 at 6:02am PDT Interestingly, Zayn always thought Shah Rukh Khan was arrogant in real life until his chance encounter with him changed his perception about King Khan. Zayn Malik: #ShahRukhKhan came across as slightly arrogant in movies to me, but when I met him he was so nice https://t.co/5nNf4aCgSj@iamsrk #ZaynMalik pic.twitter.com/EFJNP3RBxC — â¡ SRK RUSSIAN FC â¡ (@SRKFC_Russia) February 6, 2018 In fact, turns out that Zayn is not the only one who is bitten with the Bollywood bug. He recently shared a picture of his dad with Dilip Kumar, who we assume, is a big fan of the super star. Abu with Dilip Kumar A post shared by Zayn Malik (@zayn) on Feb 6, 2018 at 8:20pm PST Now all we want to know is which movie is going to feature Zayn's song and when can we finally hear it!
  16. Former One Direction vocalist Zayn Malik records his first song for a Bollywood movie British-American heartthrob Zayn Malik has recorded his first song for a Bollywood movie, he told an Indian fashion magazine. ?It?s one of the first songs I?ve sung in full Hindi, so it?s going to be cool to see what the response to that is,? he told the magazine. Fans should brace themselves for some more Urdu songs in his new album as the former One Direction vocalist said he is experimenting with ?a lot of Urdu?. ?There?s definitely a lot of Urdu; some nice qawwali sounds. There might even be some bhangra vibes. I have worked with AR Rahman on one song," he said. The singer also shared details about his meeting with Shah Rukh Khan, saying he had imagined the actor to be arrogant. "I personally wasn?t a huge fan until I met him. I realised how humble he is. Really showed a different side to him. He always came across as slightly arrogant in the movies to me, but when I met him in real life, he was so nice. He just completely changed my opinion of him,? he said.
  17. With a mix of glitz, glamour and royalty, the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2018 has proven to be a starry affair. Many celebrities turned heads during the fashion weeks with their edgy fashion choices while others stealing the show with sheer grace and elegance. Here are some Bollywood celebrities who caught our eye: Sushmita Sen Donned in a glittering lehenga choli and diaphanous dual dupattam, the former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen walked down the ramp to the tunes of Umrao Jaan's 'In Aankhon Ki Masti'. Sushmita was the showstopper for fashion designer Sama Ali. Photo: Instagram Photo: Instagram Photo: Instagram Sania Mirza India's ace tennis player Sania Mirza looked like a dream in a floral lehenga by designer Anushree Reddy. Photo: Instagram Photo: Instagram Photo: Instagram Saif Ali Khan The Nawab of Pataudi redefined debonair as the showstopper for Shantanu and Nikhil. Photo: Instagram Photo: Instagram Shahid and Mira Kapoor Shahid Kapoor, hailing from the success of Padmaavat, walked the ramp with wife Mira Rajput on the first day of the fashion show. Shahid and Mira looked like a couple straight out of a fairy tale as they turned showstoppers for designer Anita Dongre. Photo: Instagram Photo: Instagram Dia Mirza Dia Mirza stole the show as she stepped out in a full-sleeved ruby red blouse, matched with ochré -gold toned sari with shimmering embroidery that comprised gold zari work, stones and sequins. Dia walked the ramp for designer Sanjukta Dutta. Photo: Instagram Photo: Instagram Aditi Rao Hydari Aditi Rao Hydari looked regal as she glided down in an ivory silk, fully embroidered lehenga, choli and dupatta for fashion designer Payal Singhal. Photo: Instagram Photo: Instagram Photo: Instagram Bipasha Basu Bipasha Basu made a comeback on the runway with a stunning red and golden lehenga designed by Reshma Kunhi. Photo: Instagram Photo: Instagram Tamannaah Bhatia Tamannaah Bhatia walked down the ramp wearing a delicately embroidered, ruffled blouse teamed with a bright red skirt embellished with gold work and a champagne coloured dupatta/stole. She turned showstopper for designer Ashwini Reddy. Photo: Instagram Yami Gautam The actress looked like a million bucks as she sashayed down the ramp for ace designer Manish Malhotra. She opted for a gorgeous ivory and black saree and paired it with an edgy fringe blouse. Photo: Instagram Photo: Instagram Karan Johar Karan Johar turned a lot of heads with his new futuristic yet suave avatar on the third day of Lakme Fashion Week, being held in India. The 44-year-old filmmaker went all out while walking the ramp for designer Falguni Shane Peacock. Photo: Instagram Kriti Sanon Gracing the ramp, Kriti Sanon wore a beautiful pastel hue lehenga as she turned showstopper for master couturier Tarun Tahiliani. Photo: Instagram Photo: Instagram
  18. KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has barred controversial Bollywood film Padmaavat from being screened in theatres, the home ministry said on Friday, citing the movie?s negative portrayal of a Muslim ruler. The film has already attracted protests in India after groups critical of the project accused Sanjay Leela Bhansali ? its director ? of distorting history by portraying the Muslim ruler as the ?lover? of Queen Padmavati of the Hindu Rajput warrior clan. Last month, India?s top court allowed the film to be screened nationwide, despite moves to ban it in two states. But in Muslim-majority Malaysia, authorities have instead rejected the portrayal of Sultan Alauddin Khilji and banned the film. ?He is portrayed as a Sultan who is arrogant, cruel, inhumane, devious with all kinds of trickery, unreliable and who does not fully practice Islamic teachings,? the ministry said in a statement. Malaysia?s Film Censorship Board ruled that the movie was ?not approved for screening?, while an appeal lodged by the film?s distributors was rejected on Tuesday, the ministry said. Bollywood films are popular in Malaysia, where ethnic Indians make up seven percent of the country?s 32 million people. Malaysia has previously blocked the release of Hollywood movies deemed religiously insensitive, such as 1998?s The Prince of Egypt, which depicted the Biblical story of Moses, and 1995?s Babe, which featured a pig as the main character. Muslims consider pigs unclean. Last May, the release of Walt Disney?s Beauty and the Beast was held up over a ?gay moment? in the film.
  19. The much awaited trailer of Ishaan Khatter's debut movie, 'Beyond The Clouds' is now out. Directed by Majid Majidi, the movie will mark the debut of Shahid Kapoor's brother, Ishaan Khatter and also stars Malavika Mohanan. Last day of production with my captain and @alyjahsheikh Majidi sir rockin' those shades better than I ever did ð #bossman A post shared by Ishaan Khatter (@ishaan95) on May 19, 2017 at 8:17am PDT The movie has already wowed the overseas audience and has won many awards and accolades for a stellar story telling and brilliant performance. In fact Ishaan has already won his first award at an international award function. That speaks volumes about what B-town is expecting from him. The movie explores the joy and hardships that love, family and companionship bring with them, and even though he was being called a product of nepotism, you have got to give him full points for doing such a brilliant job in his debut movie. Ishaan is currently shooting for 'Dhadak' opposite Jhanvi Kapoor in Karan Johar's production. 'Beyond The Clouds' is all set to release on 23rd March so you want to mark this one on the calendar.
  20. There's a revolution coming and it's going to break apart the pudding mix of misogynistic lyricism and alcohol dependency that they've been selling as rap. If you watched bikini-clad women, devouring a popsicle to songs about the colour of her lenses and thought it was what rap is all about, then there's a reality check coming your way. Over the last couple of years, my limited knowledge of what hip hop is all about has been through a double take. Now, it doesn't take a lyrical genius to rhyme a vernacular 'paani' with sunny (pronounced saani for greater convenience), but that is exactly what sells. Quick, easy and an almost instant noodle package of beats, lyrics and childlike fascination with all things unnecessary. © Facebook/Divine For a country that had its first rendezvous with rap almost five decades after the original movement in the West, the root of the art form was just as vaguely understood. The commercial upbeat party anthems glorifying drugs, alcohol and occasionally the female anatomy became instant hits and the banner bearers of rap in the subcontinent. Perhaps, commercial cinema saw rap as the golden hen that would set the cash bells ringing. As for the audience, anything that made your feet tap is good enough to climb the charts. It did not matter if the entire plot of the song revolved around 4 bottles of vodka. Naturally, party songs and rap music came to be synonymous; that is until a certain artist from the streets came along and challenged the whole premise. The original Hip-Hop and Rap movement in the USA was a medium of expression that came from a largely oppressed class that grew up trading skills in survival. For most rappers in the West, their music was their protest, their revolution. Nothing challenged the system more than their own art that found followers turning it into their anthems. Poverty, corruption, racism and sometimes even deep-rooted aggression against the system of bias – rap helped give all of it, quite literally, a giant f--- you. Even though the interpretation of the art here in the country began with rhyming words about nothing in particular and up-tempo beats to get a wedding started, it is slowly changing with the tide. Rappers are no longer symbols of wealth and fancy cars that aimlessly drive around the city, spewing misogyny. The new wave is closer to the streets and the struggle, much like the artists themselves. Twenty-one-year-old rapper from Maximum City, Deylyn Noronha says that “for a lot of people out there, rap is just a form of art where you use a few random words that rhyme and add a few punchlines and a nice catchy beat and that's it. Maybe that's enjoyable to a lot of people, but for me rap is meant to be meaningful. I want it to make me think.” © Facebook/Naezy That there is more to rap than showing off wealth has already been established. But what is the Indian rap scene all about? Any art that is relatable will find itself admirers. Familiarity goes a long way in expression and that is exactly what is brewing in multiple clubs, open mics and streets around the country. Vernacular languages are starting to attract the fever of matching syllables and counting beats. If there is a problem, a situation, maybe even anger or outrage against the system, language is no longer a barrier. People are stumbling upon their own unique styles, in a language that they can think in. The whole picture is no longer about finding a break; it's about creating your own. Gully boy, Vivian Fernandes, who shot to fame for bringing rap to the streets thinks that the time has come for the art form to move away from the obscene identity that Bollywood had so created. Bombay, by itself, is a huge platform for emerging rappers and street artists. A melting pot of cultures, languages and the miscellaneous problems that haunt a metro, it is no surprise that there is a steady and growing underground rap movement. The new radical faces of rap come from the dingy and ruthless corners, where there is more reliance on the chaos than in law and order. Naturally, survival is a feat in the gulleys and chawls; the creases in the city that is looked over like a badly-ironed shirt. © Facebook/Divine Platforms like YouTube have made it even simpler for emerging artists to get out there and show what it is really up. There's fifteen-year-olds finding their aggression, maybe a story to tell and heading out to shoot a video on their cell phones for their creative project. More than ever, there is a certain draw especially for young boys and girls to the idea of rapping. The creative freedom that rap allows in telling a story or even just to put a message across is massive. Particularly, there is no pressure to match an industry standard or to be as good as a certain Demigod of the art, rap is all about self-expression. Upcoming rap artist from Bombay, Brian Kansara found his inspiration in a friend, watching him freestyle, he says, made him want to write his own rap. For Brian, rap in India has a lot of potential. “There are some good artists who talk about real stuff in their songs and balance it well with good music, but they are underrated. There is scope for growth but not until people start appreciating rap music for what it really is.” There is a good degree of truth to his words. Right until Divine and Naezy changed what was already known about rap, it had a limited appeal to a certain kind of crowd and Bollywood strayed far from changing it. With artists like Divine signing the rights to a movie ('Gully Boy') that would tell his story, we're looking at a much bigger impact in the coming few years. Thane-based producer at The Hip Hop Movement, Virat Pawar, who is currently working on an album featuring RnB artists thinks that the movie will take the whole movement to another level. “The movie Gully Boy is going to change a lot of things. In the next five years, we might see major Hip Hop acts happening and probably more rappers from underground making it to the top.” Art by itself screams to be understood. When it finds itself limited to only a certain kind of expression, it is no longer art but a ritual. With the changing scenario that rap is finding itself in, it won't be long before India has its own mainstream rap movement. And hey, it's about freakin' time we braced ourselves for it.
  21. Bollywood's controversial film 'Padmaavat' was released in Pakistan on Wednesday after it got the go-ahead from the Censor Board of Pakistan. The film was cleared, by the Central Board of Film Censors, without any excision. Chairman of Pakistan Censor Board Mobashir Hasan, on twitter, confirmed the release of the movie. Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone and Ranvir Singh are playing the lead characters in the movie. The Indian Censor Board ordered that the film's name be changed from Padmavati to Padmaavat and some scenes be removed after receiving threats from Indian extremists. The Supreme Court had paved the way for its nationwide release after some states issued notifications banning the film.
  22. Bollywood is finally coming of age when it comes to men's fashion. Red carpet looks are becoming more and more varied and innovative, something which has been long overdue. We were just about done with the plain old black suit, which is a classic but there is only so much of monotony we can handle. Here is a roundup of our favourite red carpet looks in Bollywood this week. Shahid Kapoor The black and white checked suit looks absolutely flattering on him. He clearly has maintained his Padmaavat physique and this outfit shows it off perfectly while not revealing any of it. A post shared by Shahid Kapoor (@shahidkapoor) on Jan 24, 2018 at 9:15am PST Kartik Aaryan Kartik Aaryan has been very consistent when it comes to impressing us with his sartorial sense of late. Continuing that streak, he wore a sophisticated black velvet jacket with leaf motifs on top. Classy! Ready for #HtMostStylish Awards Wearing my favourite @manishmalhotra05 ð #htmoststylishawards A post shared by KARTIK AARYAN (@kartikaaryan) on Jan 24, 2018 at 7:54am PST Farhan Akhtar You know what we love? A bold, unusual silhouette. Farhan did not disappoint us. At all. @faroutakhtar doing a style medley of sorts â­ï¸ . . . #FarhanAkhtar A post shared by MENSXP (@mensxpofficial) on Jan 25, 2018 at 4:31am PST Karan Tacker Jackets with embroidery on top have a special kind of charm. Karan Tacker is all about it in this embroidered jacket. All cleaned up for #HtStyleAwards2018 ———————— #aboutlastnight #htmoststylish #htstyleawards #style #allblack #hindustantimes #redcarpet #karantacker #ekhazaaronmeinmeribehnahai #ehmmbh #viren #starplus A post shared by Tellywood (@tellytrending) on Jan 25, 2018 at 1:14am PST Ayushman Khurana It's good to stick to a suit when it is as well tailored as the one Ayushman is wearing here. @ayushmannk received the goal at #htstyleawards2018 #bollywood @filmy_sunday A post shared by ð¥ FILMY SUNDAY (@filmy_sunday) on Jan 24, 2018 at 5:37pm PST Manish Malhotra From someone who understands fashion as much as this man here, we could have only expected something as sophisticated. Aishwarya Rai wins us over with her stunning Manish Malhotra number! @peepingmoon ð For more updates follow@peepingmoon . . #HTStyleAwards #htmoststylish #htstyleawards2018 #Bollywood #Bollywoodqueens #Bollywoodkings #Style #awards #celebs #bollywoodfashion #bollywoodstyle #fashiondiaries #styletales #aishwaryaraibachchan A post shared by Peeping Moon (@peepingmoon) on Jan 25, 2018 at 4:04am PST Varun Dhawan Varun's pleated and panelled outfit is the best one we have seen in ages. Sand ð. Styled by @alliaalrufai wearing @shantanunikhil for the #htstyleawards A post shared by Varun Dhawan (@varundvn) on Jan 24, 2018 at 9:21pm PST
  23. They say some are just born with it. Charm, talent, and a demeanour worth envy - not everyone is lucky enough to possess these, and even if they are, it is almost impossible to maintain it for decades. R Madhavan, however, is an exception. Ever since Bollywood recognized him, from the good old days of 'Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein', he has been one actor who has constantly been at the zenith of popularity. Nothing has changed, even after almost two decades. Some people do age like wine, and his latest pictures prove that. © Viral Bhayani Madhavan has proven his mettle in the transformation game repeatedly. The internet's female users collectively lost it when he shared an after shower picture a while ago. For his latest movie 'Breathe', now, he has transformed into a dad who is desperate for the arrangement of blood for his terminally ill son. But let's not get into the movie and focus on our erstwhile chocolate hero instead. If this, right here, is not #DadGoals, we don't know what is. © Viral Bhayani Madhavan has embraced maturity in a way that a lot of our Bollywood actors should look up to. He is 47. While he does not look his age (thanks to his new-found inclination towards fitness that evidently is working) he does not try to look 22 either. He carries off that sweatshirt like a champ, rocking that dad-bod all the way to the still swooning hearts of fangirls. We love the subtle grey of the sweatshirt against the plain white t-shirt, that somehow complements his calm and composed demeanour. © Viral Bhayani A comfortable pair of jeans with a relaxed fit, paired with white sneakers and that black wristwatch is just perfect when it comes to attending an event without breaking character. He even has brought back the scruffy stubble along with the dad moustache, which we predict will be the rage soon. It goes perfectly with his quintessential Indian gentleman hairstyle. © Viral Bhayani With young actors constantly trying to snatch the limelight every single day, it is indeed a praiseworthy feat when a seasoned actor keeps up with it without even trying. Kudos, Maddy. You are evergreen and you have proved it.
  24. Bollywood is an interesting industry. Hopes, aspirations, and dreams are galore but very few get a chance to make it big in the tinsel town. 2017 wasn't a great year for Bollywood but 2018 brings hopes not just in terms of good films but also in the category of fresh faces and new talent. While a lot has been spoken about Sara Ali Khan, Ishaan Khatter and Janhvi Kapoor's debut, very less is known about some talents who are all set to make their big debut this year. These are those who have come a long way on their own without any big name or a godfather to launch them on the silver screen. This year will be full of raw talents from outside the industry who aim to entertain us and make their space in this big, glamorous town. Here is a look at the fresh talent who are waiting for their big day. Making it to the list are some model-turned-actors, TV stars and newbies who have landed here out of sheer love for acting and passion. Mrunal Thakur If my strength intimidates you , I hope you realise that's a weakness of yours ! . . . . . #notjustsaying #imeanit #sunday #wakeupandmakeup #instapicture #instagood #instadaily #yellow #intimidating A post shared by Mrunalthakur (@mrunalofficial2016) on Dec 23, 2017 at 9:16pm PST Known for her roles in soap operas, Mrunal Thakur will debut in a lead role in Tabrez Noorani and David Womark's 2018 film 'Love Sonia'. The film also features Richa Chadda and Freida Pinto in lead roles. That's quite a combination and a great start we must say! Banita Sandhu See you in #October A post shared by Banita Sandhu (@banita.sandhu) on Sep 3, 2017 at 11:28am PDT Varun Dhawan's 'October' is a much talked-about film but it is Banita Sandhu who will be seen along with him. While most people have to wait before they get a huge chance like this, Banita is making her big debut with Shoojit Sircar's film. The 18-year-old actress is an NRI and has been acting since the age of 11. Before this, she was seen in Doublemint ad commercial. Nora Fatehi Throwback to this lovely picture shot by @nandininm â¤ï¸ Hair and makeup @marcepedrozo #norafatehi #photography #photooftheday A post shared by Nora Fatehi (@norafatehi) on Jan 4, 2018 at 11:03pm PST Well, she made her Bollywood debut with 'Roar' but not many know about her. She is an Indo-Canadian dancer and model who will be seen in Sameer Soni's 'My Birthday Song' in a full-fledged role. It is a psychological thriller which features Sanjay Suri as the protagonist and the trailer has received some positive response. We have seen Nora in various special appearances or dance numbers on movies, but seeing her playing a pivotal role would be fun. Zain Khan Durrani What should I say? We keep speaking all the time as it is. Now for me to write and fill your mind, when you're own thoughts are probably stuck, lost, numb or just utterly chaotic... would be exactly the job of a writer. But my mind too has been restless. Full of doubts and chaos and noise. Sometimes just hollow actually. The kind of hollow in the chest that you can't cry out, or let out, fill up, express or even coat in some tears. No, it stays. Like it's going to be there for good. I stopped fighting it. Recently. Only recently. When I found out how important this hollow was for me. I shout into it every now and then and the echo reminds me of my existence in a spectacular way. It's not an adventure out in the woods, but one within me. It's a gradual, slow and steady acceptance of my demons. Of my flaws and my errors and my misgivings and my innate fallible nature. I will desist from using lofty poetic terms like flight and freedom here because I want to keep it as dark as it is. Its dark, yes but it's sweet. It's honey tasted in the dark. I don't know if that means anything, but I don't know if this hollow means anything beyond reminding me of the resonance of nothing inside me. As everything lives, nothing too breathes. And it's illicit. It's within. It's here that the birth of you and me occurs. Inside our dark. It's very kind. Actually. The big abyss. It's takes you in from one end and let's you out at the other. Like telling you; it's not always important to be just feeling and running and chasing and even struggling. Sometimes it's utterly important to be unimportant. Within yourself. That's when you start the truest love. That's not the beginning of life as such. But that's the hug of that utmost despair and sadness and the warmth under its cheek. And then I begin walking back. The hollow and the sea both inside me. I walk in the middle. The good, the bad and the ugly. Sometimes choosing, sometimes chosen. Mostly, just struggling to remain true. #writer #writing #writer #words #wordporn #love #writeup #shorts #life #philosophy #void #acceptance #mind #aspire #dream #hollow #actor #artist #art #literature #poet #poetry #poem #zkd A post shared by Zain Khan Durrani (@zainkhandurrani) on Sep 16, 2017 at 10:06am PDT Grey-eyed handsome model Zain Khan Durrani will be next seen in an upcoming SaReGaMa production Toodlee films movie 'Kuch Bheege Alfaaz'. It's been a while since we saw a new male face, so we are really looking forward to this debut. Mithila Palkar ð£ Props @varshaharlalka Also, big shout out to @veromodaindia for sending in the holiday cheer! ð¸ @pratikvatkar #Australia2017 A post shared by Mithila Palkar (@mipalkarofficial) on Dec 24, 2017 at 12:33am PST YouTube sensation Mithila Palkar created a stir on the web world with her cheeky acting in 'Girl In The City'. She was also seen in a small role in 'Katti Bati'. Mithila already has a Marathi film in her kitty and will be seen sharing screen space in a Bollywood film with Irrfan Khan and Dulquer Salman in 'Karwaan'. Yes, we know many of you have already blocked your date for this film.
  25. Our very own 'Miss World' Manushi Chhillar has been winning hearts ever since she got the crown back home to India #filmfarestyleandglamourawards A post shared by Manushi Chhillar (@manushi_chhillar) on Dec 22, 2017 at 7:08pm PST Last night during the Filmfare awards, Manushi grooved on the stage with none other than SRK and Ranveer Singh. Updates | 5: Ranveer Singh dancing with @iamsrk and @ManushiChhillar at #JioFilmfareAwards ♥ï¸ pic.twitter.com/ko5B6cvKvL — Ranveer Singh TB (@RanveerSinghtbt) January 20, 2018 She is gorgeous, she is confident and obviously we'd now love to see her in a Bollywood flick! Rumour had it that Karan Johar had signed her up for the SOTY 2 movie but there's no truth in that for now. @iamsrk, @ranveersingh and @manushi_chhillar on stage at the #JioFilmfareAwards A post shared by Filmfare (@filmfare) on Jan 20, 2018 at 9:07am PST Exclusive last night King #SRK and Miss World #ManushiChhillar at#FilmfareAwards pic.twitter.com/DYEKHJ4nNe — SRK's ÑιgnaÑυre (@Banty_Srkian) January 21, 2018 Manushi also revealed that Ranveer is her favourite actor as well. Updates | 19: Interviewer : Do u have a favorite actor?@ManushiChhillar : well yeah I do have a favorite actor and I know that you will ask me and I'll just tell you who he is , I absolutely Love Ranveer Singh I think he brings energy on to the screen which is amazing pic.twitter.com/k0KVvZh6Zp — Ranveer Singh TB (@RanveerSinghtbt) January 20, 2018 The trio danced to SRK's 'Ankhon mein teri' from 'Om Shanti Om'. Updates | 39: Ranveer Singh and @iamsrk singing to Anakhon Mein Teri from oso as @ManushiChhillar take the stage ð #JioFilmfareAwards pic.twitter.com/lVRbvnBEQM — Ranveer Singh TB (@RanveerSinghtbt) January 21, 2018 Is a debut on the cards soon? Only time will tell.