Bollywood Roundup: Soha Ali Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Madhuri Dixit, and more…

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Soha Ali Khan

When Soha Ali Khan and daughter Inaaya were fashion twins!

Mumbai– Actress Soha Ali Khan posted a picture with her daughter Inaaya in matching outfits on Tuesday. The mother-daughter duo twinned in blue and white tie-dye printed attire.

“Stay home. Stay safe. Be grateful for what you have,” she wrote as caption.

The actress and author often posts about her three-year-old daughter and husband Kunal Kemmu, and the time they have as a family.

Jacqueline Fernandez suggests yoga to deal with lockdown

Mumbai– Actress Jacqueline Fernandez on Tuesday doled out toga and breathing exercise tips on Instagram, as an effective way to deal with lockdown

Jacqueline Fernandez

“Breathwork (pranayams) are important especially now for our physical and mental well being praying for everyone during these difficult times,” wrote Jacqueline, along with a picture of herself doing yoga with her instructor virtually.

Jacqueline has a busy schedule in the months ahead. She will be seen in the films “Bhoot Police”, “Bachchan Pandey”, and “Ram Setu”.

 

 

Madhuri Dixit gets her second jab of Covid vax

Mumbai– Actress Madhuri Dixit Nene has urged everyone to get vaccinated, adding that she has received her second jab of the Covid vaccine.

Madhuri Dixit (photo: Twitter)

“Got my second jab today. I urge everyone to get vaccinated as soon as it’s available to you. #StayHomeStaySafe,” Madhuri wrote as caption with a picture on Instagram she posted on Monday night, where she is seen sitting on a chair and getting the second dose.

Earlier this month, the actress reacted to the situation of the Covid-19 pandemic, which has badly affected India in its ongoing second wave.

On the professional front, she is set to make her digital debut in the series “Finding Anamika”. In the show, Madhuri plays a superstar who goes missing. The show has been directed by Karishma Kohli and Bejoy Nambiar.

Disha Patani shares her looks in ‘Seeti maar’

Mumbai– Disha Patani on Tuesday shared a video montage of her various looks in the song “Seeti maar” of the upcoming film “Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai” starring Salman Khan.

Disha Patani

The video has Disha sports two different looks. In the first, she sports fishnets, loose black cargo pants and a crop top. The second look has her sporting a cut-out white leotard with embellishments, paired with loose blue pants.

For the caption, she dropped a pink flower emoji and wrote “#SeetiMaar”.

“Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai” is scheduled to open theatrically on May 13, on the occasion of Eid, across all Indian states where theatres are operational as per Covid protocols. The film simultaneously drop on the premium pay-per-view service platform Zeeplex.

The film co-stars Randeep Hooda and Jackie Shroff, and is directed by Prabhu Deva.

“Radhe” is also scheduled to release in the Middle East, North America, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Europe, and will be the first Bollywood film to release theatrically in the UK since lockdown last year.

Armaan Malik: Many Indians bring down their own artistes and praise others

Mumbai– Singer Armaan Malik on Tuesday said many Indians have a tendency to bring down their own artistes and praise outsiders. The singer urged netizens to support local talent.

Armaan Malik

“I see so many Indians bring their own artists down and praising others from outside their Indians bring their own artists down and praising others from outside their country. This attitude has to change if we wanna push any of our homegrown artists globally. We have exceptional talent right here @ home, support them, show them love, don’t demoralise them,” Armaan tweeted.

“I wanna break this bubble of how Indian artists are perceived all over the world. And I know my #armaanians are with me on this journey. We’re gonna bring the much-needed change together,” he mentioned in a separate tweet tagging his fans who identify as armaanians.

Commenting on Armaan’s tweet, his fans showered him with their love and support. Several fans also suggested that netizens need to stop trolling artistes on social media unnecessarily. (IANS)

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