MUMBAI– Think before you post “obscene stuff or mean things” to Sunny Leone on Twitter! The actress will hit the block button against your name.
Sunny, an Indo-Canadian former adult film star, who has become popular in Bollywood, tweeted: “I think I might have the largest block list! So happy there’s a block button. If you post obscene stuff or say mean things I block! Blah.”
This is not the first time a celebrity has warned users about sharing obscene posts or abusing.
Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor, who is vocal about his thoughts on social media platform, has strictly mentioned on his official Twitter profile that “Anti National or abusers will be blocked”.
I’m not dating anybody: Pulkit Samrat
Actor Pulkit Samrat, who will be seen in upcoming romantic film “Sanam Re” has denied dating rumours with co-star Yami Gautam. The actor says he is “not dating anybody”.
“I am not dating anybody. I don’t know about Yami. There are so many rumours going around… Not each one is true,” Pulkit said at the the music launch of the film.
Pulkit got married to Shweta Rohira, superstar Salman Khan’s rakhi sister, in 2014. They are now living separately.
Asked if he would show “Sanam Re” to Salman, Pulkit said: “Of course, why not? Salman is very close to all of us. I will make sure that he watches the film.”
Yami, who was also present at the launch, said that she didn’t want to discuss the rumour.
“Today we are having a good time because after two years of hard work, ‘Sanam Re’ is going to release… I think it shouldn’t be overshadowed by such questions. I am not saying anything about the matter,” she said.
“Right now we just want to talk about ‘Sanam Re’. We got a good response… 2 million hits in just two days.”
Directed by Divya Khosla Kumar, “Sanam Re” also stars Urvashi Rautela and Rishi Kapoor.
The film is slated to release on February 12 next year.
‘BHK Bhalla@Halla.Kom’ is complete mischief, says director
Director Rakesh Chaturvedi says his movie “HK Bhalla@Halla.Kom” is full of mischief.
The second poster of the film has been unveiled.
Talking about it, Chaturvedi said: “We have released the second poster of our film and it draws the ‘Snakes and Ladders’ game which is in the form of a calendar. The film is a complete mischief, that’s why we have termed it as comic caper.”
“With the help of fun elements, we are trying to convey a very simple statement which turns out to be extremely meaningful,” he added.
But why such a title for the film?
“There is a saying — ‘An entire lifetime is spent building a house’. So all matters related to the struggle of a house is what we’ve tried to capture in a very situational, mischievous and fun manner. That’s why we have titled it as ‘BHK’,” he explained.
‘BHK’ refers to Bedroom, Hall and Kitchen, the pre-requisite of a house.
The film is jointly produced under the banner of 9 Production, GM Film Production and RCOM Productions.