Ayushmann’s on-screen mom Neena Gupta stuns in saree
London– Even at 60, Neena Gupta, who played Ayushmann Khurrana’s on-screen mother in Badhai Ho, is setting major fashion goals, pulling off a beautiful ‘desi’ look.
Neena shared a photograph of herself in a fiery orange saree standing next to a bar and captioned it: “Posing at this lovely bar”.
The actress is currently in London with veteran actor Gajraj Rao, who essayed the roles of her husband in “Badhaai Ho”.
The two senior actors will again be seen sharing screen space with Ayushmann in the gay love story, “Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan”.
“Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan” is a follow-up of sorts of the 2017 crossover hit, “Shubh Mangal Saavdhan”.
The film is scheduled to release early next year.
Arjun Rampal, girlfriend welcome first child together
Mumbai– Bollywood actor Arjun Rampal and his model girlfriend Gabriella Demetriades welcomed their first child on Thursday.
According to early reports Arjun and Gabriella have become parents to a boy.
The news of the two becoming parents was confirmed by veteran filmmaker JP Dutta’s daughter, Nidhi, who tweeted: “Congratulations @rampalarjun on the arrival of your bundle of joy! God bless!”
In April, Arjun had confirmed that he and his lady love were expecting their first child together.
Gabriella is a South African model and actress who also acted in the Bollywood film “Sonali Cable”.
Arjun was previously married to former Miss India Mehr Jesia. They have two daughters, Maahika and Myra. The couple separated last year after 20 years of marriage.
Abhishek Verma wants to work with Niti Taylor again
Mumbai– Telly stars Niti Taylor and Abhishek Verma are currently being lauded for their “fresh chemistry” in the video of the new song “Cappuccino”.
Abhishek says he would love to team up with the “Ishqbaaaz” actress once again.
“It was great working with Niti Taylor. I have never worked with her before. I had always heard that she is a great actor and she has done amazing work. We met on the sets, but it did not feel like we had never worked before,” Abhishek told IANS.
“We had great chemistry, it was very natural. I think we both connected because we have the same level of madness,” he quipped.
“It was a lot of fun and effortless. I would love to work with her again,” said the “Yeh Hai Mohabbatein” actor.
“Cappuccino” is a young and peppy song composed by Sourav Roy, sung by R Naaz and written by Kumaar.
I’ve been judged since my early B’wood days: Kangana
New Delhi– Kangana Ranaut says she has always been judged by people — especially in her early days in Bollywood — and that people have always propagated “crazy stories” about her.
“I have been judged, especially in my early days when I was new in the industry. Everybody used to judge me, maybe because I am from the mountains and people don’t have an idea of life in those places. People would have all sorts of crazy ideas about me,” Kangana told IANS.
All set for the release of her next film “JudgeMentall Hai Kya”, National Award-winning actress Kangana says that she does not relate to the film’s title, imnsisting she is not at all judgemental about others.
“I don’t think I am a judgemental person. I am quite unassuming that way,” Kangana said, who reunites with her “Queen” co-star Rajkummar Rao after five years on screen in her latest film , which is set to release on July 26.
We fit: Sushmita posts ‘family selfie’ with beau Roman Shawl
Yerevan– Actress Sushmita Sen, who is currently vacationing in Armenia, has shared a “family selfie” along with her daughters Renee and Alisah and beau Roman Shawl.
Sushmita shared the photograph on Instagram on Thursday. In the image, everyone can be seen colour coordinated in yellow.
She captioned it: “Why so serious jaan meri Rohman Shawl. Brilliant group effort for this family selfie we fit. Love you guys.”
Sushmita was crowned Miss India in 1994 and she later won the Miss Universe 1994 contest at the age of 18.
She made her acting debut with the Hindi film “Dastak” in 1996. And later starred in films including “Sirf Tum”, “Biwi No.1”, “Main Hoon Na” and “Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya?”.
‘Sanskari’ Vidya Balan’s ‘time pass gyan’
Mumbai– Actress Vidya Balan seemed to be in a mood of goofing around as she shared a “time pass” video of herself lip syncing some “sanskari gyan” with a funny twist.
In the Instagram video, Vidya is sporting a desi married woman look, wearing a bright red sari, sindoor and a bindi.
The clip begins with a man’s voice saying how an unmarried woman’s body is home to nine goddesses and that it is the husband’s action that will decide which goddess will get active in her life post marriage.
She captioned the hilarious video which was seen by 3 lakh people as: “Some tak-tuk time pass.”
On the work front, Vidya, who was last seen in “Tumhari Sulu”, is gearing up for the release of “Mission Mangal”, which is based on the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), or the Mangalyaan project to put a space probe into Mars’ orbit, launched by ISRO in November 2013.
Like doing the unexpected: Nushrat Bharucha
New Delhi– Having played the girl-next-door with a twist in films such as “Pyaar Ka Punchnama” and “Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety”, actress Nushrat Bharucha says she likes to doing the unexpected.
“I have played the girl-next-door in most of my films but those have also been like a set-up. They seem like a girl next door in “Pyaar Ka Punchnama” and “Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety”, but they turned around to become girls who stab you in the back or do the ‘punchnama’. So, eventually, there is some spice to my character every time. I like doing things that are unexpected,” Nushrat told IANS.
The actress, who ventured into Bollywood in 2010 with a role in “Love Sex Aur Dhokha”, says she would lose interest in a role if it was predictable.
“I like picking something (about) which I feel like (it) is, ‘woah’,” she added.
The 34-year-old actress, whose characters Chiku in “Pyaar Ka Punchnama” and Sweety in “Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety” became popular, is gearing up for her next release, “Hurdang”.
“Hurdang” is being touted as a love story set in the 1990s, a time when the youth fought for their rights and spent a lot of time over self-realisation.
“In ‘Hurdang’ she (Nushrat’s character) is gritty and to-the-face. She is a rebel of sorts. What I like about her is that she is as real as it can get, and she has the guts to be who she is in a world where people won’t let her be that way. That’s what I like about her,” she said.
Reviving past affair not for me: Urvashi Dholakia
New Delhi– Actress Urvashi Dholakia, who is all set to show her dancing skills along with her former boyfriend Anuj Sachdeva in the forthcoming season nine of “Nach Baliye”, says she is not looking forward to giving a second chance to her relationship.
“If a chapter is over, it is not necessarily to reopen those pages. Why not start a new chapter and build a new relation? I believe two people who were in a relationship can remain good friends. There is nothing wrong with that,” said the “Kasautii Zindagii Kay” actress, adding that “moving on” is important in life.
“I am not in my twenties, so I do think a little differently now. I believe in mature living and don’t like to hold grudges. Sometimes you have to move on to find happiness in life. That’s what I did,” she added.
The makers of the show are yet to unveil the identity of Urvashi’s partner, and the actress is yet to confirm the news, but reports are rife that her partner in the Star Plus show is Anuj.
“I am participating in the show with my ex but it does not mean that I am giving a second chance to the relationship. One has to understand that I come from a different school of thought.” is all that Urvashi would tell IANS, about the identity of her partner. (IANS)