Payal Ghosh looks adorable in pink and peach
Mumbai– Actress Payal Ghosh looks absolutely stunning in a pink-and-peach dress that she wore at a recent event.
The “Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi” star is rocking everywhere she is seen and has been a hit in the fashion circles. Payal is living up to her billing as an emerging style icon.
Meanhwile, Payal revealed to IANS a while back that she is learning Spanish for an upcoming Bollywood role.
“I am learning Spanish and I am totally loving the process. Every emotion and expression is denoted so differently in Spanish, and it is such an open language. It is beautiful, and I hope I get it right,” she said, though she claimed she was not in a position to talk of the film yet.
Lizaa Malik bags Alt Balaji’ next ‘Bhai Hamara Shakt Launda’
Mumbai– Actress Lizaa Malik will feature in Alt Balaji’s upcoming web series “Bhai Hamara Shakt Launda”, as per sources.
The insiders said that the news is confirmed and that she has shot in Mumbai and Jalandhar for the series. The content is said to be “spicy and exciting”, true to Lizaa and Alt Balaji.
Lizaa is a singer, performer and an actor. She had promised her fans earlier that they would see her a lot this year on the web and in film. She has shot for “Torbaaz” opposite Sanjay Dutt. This web series is an exciting space for Lizaa as it gives her scope to expand her horizon and take a “no holds barred” approach to acting.
“I am tremendously excited for this one. It is my second web series with Alt Balaji and they are the pioneers here. I have loved working with them in the past and so was the experience this time. We have shot some cool things in this and the audience will love it. Its such an exciting time to be part of OTT and I am glad for the opportunity,” said Liza.
Vatsal and Ishita to celebrate dry, eco-friendly Holi
Mumbai– Vatsal Sheth and Ishita Dutta will celebrate Holi keeping the coronavirus scare in mind. They will not use any water and will celebrating a dry holi, as the virus can spread through to water droplets and moisture.
“This year I will be celebrating with my immediate family only. Normally also I am not someone who plays Holi a lot. I am against wasting water. So I would just meet my family. I also would urge everyone to stay safe and avoid huge human gatherings. We all have to do our bit in the current scenario,” said Vatsal.
Ishita added: “This year I will be celebrating with my immediate family. Normally, I am not someone who plays Holi. I am against wasting water. So I would just meet my family. I think because of coronavirus a lot of functions are not happening and a lot of people aren’t playing Holi. I feel there is no need to be scared, but as responsible citizens it is important for us to take it seriously and avoid public gathering as much as possible.”
Katrina Kaif defends Rohit Shetty against trolls
Mumbai– “Sooryavanshi’ director Rohit Shetty recently drew heavy criticism for saying that, considering the upcoming film is packed with high-voltage action featuring machomen Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn, and Ranveer Singh, no one would even look at his film’s heroine Katrina Kaif.
While Shetty’s comment sparked a storm on social media and #ShameOnYouRohitShetty started trending on Twitter, Katrina on Monday came out to sportingly defend her director on Instagram. She claims Shetty has been misunderstood.
“Dear Friends and Well-wishers… I normally do not comment on media reports or articles… But in this case, I feel a comment made by Rohit Sir has been taken out of context and is been entirely misunderstood. I am referring to the comment as reported that Rohit Shetty said, ‘No one would look at me in the frame, as there are three boys there and a blast happening”‘, this is not what was said.
“I mentioned that I had blinked in the shot, and Rohit sir said, ‘there are four people together in the frame and a bomb blast happening, no one will notice you BLINKING.’ Even, inspite of that, we still did one more take. I share a very warm equation and friendship with Rohit sir and have always enjoyed our discussions on everything from cinema to my character and, more importantly, he has always been there as a friend for me. This has been taken entirely taken out of context. Hope you all have a great day,” Katrina wrote.
Ileana D’Cruz claims she doesn’t sit like a lady
Mumbai– Actress Ileana D’Cruz has declared that she does not sit like a lady.
Ileana took to Instagram to share a photo of herself where she is seen sitting in a car in a quirky manner. She can be seen sitting in a relaxed manner with her tongue wagging out.
“Them: sit like a lady. Me: (funny emoji),” Ileana captioned.
Ileana generally keeps Instagram on fire with her hot bikini pictures. While fans love her bikini photos, her photo in Indian attire was a refreshing change and they welcomed it.
On the work front, Ileana will next be seen alongside Abhishek Bachchan in Ajay Devgn’s production “The Big Bull”, a film reportedly based on India’s biggest securities scams of 1992. “The Big Bull” is slated to hit theatres on October 23.
Karisma Kapoor emphasises on conversations with children
Mumbai– Actress Karisma Kapoor, who is also a mother of two children, feels it is important to have conversations with the kids.
“The most important thing is – for children to talk to us, we have to talk to them,” Karisma said
Karisma is now all set to maker her comeback into acting projects with the web show “Mentalhood”, which will take the audience on the crazy ride of motherhood.
She also spoke about how to make homemade food cool for children.
“It is something you have to engrain in your children at a young age. When they are younger, you have to make the food look interesting,” Karisma added.
“Mentalhood” will stream on ZEE5 and ALTBalaji from March 11. (IANS)