From Shahid Kapoor to Alia Bhatt: 6 best selfies of the week
Looks like selfies are a new way to express your emotions and state of mind. And our Bollywood celebs are not behind in doing so. Be it a good night selfie or a quick click at promotional events, the celebs just can't get over clicking themselves! So, here we bring you 6 best (hot, cute and fun) selfies of top-notch Bollywood stars that will amaze you! What are you waiting for? Sit back and enjoy these pics...
Shahid Kapoor wrote this on the social networking site: To wear or not to wear that is the question. What would you guys prefer? *wink wink*
Don't you think Sonakshi Sinha is just getting hotter day-by-day?
Sidharth Malhotra posted the cutest selfie with the cutest creature on planet earth. Can you get over it? Because we totally can't!
Varun Dhawan- Shraddha Kapoor- Remo D'Souza click cake-face selfies on the sets of 'Comedy Nights With Kapil.'
Can You Get Over Sunny Leone?
So cute! Karan Johar's student Alia Bhatt gives him the sweetest birthday gift- a lovely selfie!
Dharmendra to be discharged in one-two days, confirms Hema Malini
Veteran Bollywood actor Dharmendra, who was admitted to a hospital yesterday is recovering now, and should be discharged from the hospital in a day or two, said his wife and actress Hema Malini.
Giving updates about the 79 years old actor's health, Hema Malini posted on a microblogging site, "Just an update on Dharamji. He got admitted to Breach Candy to chk his blood count as he felt tired all the time and to chk his shoulder pain."
She also wrote,"His haemoglobin count was a bit low so he was anaemic. Under observation now and he may have a shoulder surgery a lil later. Pray he is ok fast."
"Health update on Dharamji - His blood count is improving steadily and he shld be out of hospital in 1 or 2 days. I thank u all for ur prayers," she added.
We wish you a speedy recovery Dharamji.
Sonakshi Sinha: Women are the new heroes
With recent films like MARY KOM, MARDAANI, NH 10, PIKU and TANU WEDS MANU RETURNS being appreciated by a lot of people, it seems women-oriented films are here to stay.
Even Sonakshi is all praise for such films. "Women are the new heroes," said the actress at a recent press meet.
The actress will be seen in a women-oriented film called AKIRA with Konkona Sen Sharma. It is believed that they'll be seen playing boxers in the film which is being directed by GHAJINI fame AR Murugadoss.
Anil Kapoor: Never expected Arjun Kapoor to be so good
It might sound surprising but Anil Kapoor never expected bhanja Arjun Kapoor to be where he is today.
At a recent event the 58-year-old actor said, "Arjun has taken me by surprise. I never expected him to be so good. The way he interacts is absolutely fantastic. He's just the tip of the iceberg now and is going to be huge."
Anil Kapoor is meanwhile gearing up for Zoya Akhtar's DIL DHADAKNE DO which is scheduled to release on June 5, 2015.
6 'humanity' lessons we learn from Salman Khan's BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN
The most awaited first teaser of Salman Khan's keenly anticipated film BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN is here. And like always Salman once again regales with his antics. Besides being a masala fare packed with romance, action, drama, fun along with some beautiful songs Salman's flick is laden with some great values too. Besides entertaining us, the star also gives us a lesson or two on being a good human: Here are six good things that we get to learn from Salman's BAJRANGI BHIAJAAN (teaser).
Never speak lies:Salman, who plays true devotee of Bajrangbali, keeps saying 'Hum Bajrangbali ke bhakt hain, mar jayenge, lekin jhoot nahin bolenge.' (Being a devotee of Bajrangbali, I will rather opt for death than speaking lies), which teaches us to be honest in every situation.
Have faith in God:In one of the dialogues of the film, Salman shows his immense trust on Bajrangbali by saying '...Bajrangbali Haina Woh Madad Karenge'. With this we get to learn that all you need to have is faith in God and rest everything will fall in place.
Always Helpful:Salman goes all the way to help a little girl from Pakistan, who is lost in India and can't speak. He takes it upon himself to take the child back to her hometown.
Humanity over country:Despite being an ardent disciple of Bajrangbali and belonging to India (in the film), Salman's character gives preference to humanity over country. He selflessly goes all out to help the little girl, who belongs to altogether different country (Pakistan) and religion.
Fearless:Regardless of all the odds and oppositions, it appears Salman fearlessly fights back and stands by his decisions.
Kind-hearted :Salman apparently plays a large-hearted character, who is always raring to come to other's rescue.
Also starring Kareena Kapoor, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, BAJRANGI BHAIJAAN is directed by Kabir Khan, and it is been produced by Salman Khan and Rockline Venkatesh. It will hit the screens on 17th July on eve of Eid.
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