Bollywood Roundup: Jasleen Royal, Badshah, Dilip Kumar, and more…

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Jasleen Royal: Hope to inspire girls to sing their heart out

Mumbai– Singer Jasleen Royal is getting appreciated for her vocals on the recent track ‘Ranjha’. While this is not the first song which has brought her fame, she wants to continue reaching heights to inspire more girls.

“I just try to do my best. I hope I am able to inspire young girls to pick up the guitar and sing their hearts out and create art,” Jasleen tells IANS.

The singer, who has playbacked in movies such as ‘Veere Di Wedding’, ‘Hichki’, ‘Phillauri’ and ‘Gully Boy’ believes that only recently, female singers are being given their due.

“There definitely is a gap since females started working really late. Our society has been really patriarchal so we are now catching up,” says Jasleen.

The young singer reveals that actor Sidharth Malhotra really liked her track ‘Ranjha’, before it was finalised for his film.

“Siddharth had personally loved this song and wanted it for his film. He has a great ear for music. To make it so appealing visually I give all the credit to my director and music supervisor at Dharma,” she says.

Badshah to appear on ‘Zee Comedy Show’ as special guest

Mumbai– Rapper Badshah will share some interesting anecdotes and spicy comments as he appears as a special guest this weekend on ‘Zee Comedy Show’.

Badshah

While the hilarious acts by all the comedians coupled with the witty reactions and comments of Mika Singh surely left everyone in splits during the shoot, it was Chitrashi Rawat, Sugandha Mishra Bhosle and Sidharth Sagar’s gossip act that made everyone laugh out loud. In fact, during the act, Sidharth essayed the role of Rakhi Sawant and left everyone surprised with his performance.

Evidently, Mika was quite amused by the performance and happened to reveal an interesting thing about his bond with her. Leaving everyone stunned, the singer called Rakhi his best friend and also mentioned how he knows her better than anyone else.

As Mika Singh opened up: “I am a huge fan of Sidharth Sagar and his acts, however today, he was in another zone altogether, he put up a truly phenomenal act. He was playing my best friend, Rakhi Sawant, and he truly aced it. The energy he showed and the nuances he picked up; they were bang on! I must add the accent you held onto throughout the act; it was perfect. No one knows Rakhi Sawant better than me, so I can tell you, you did her mimicry very well.”

While Mika Singh’s revelations and Badshah’s musical performances will grab the attention, one cannot miss the comic acts by all the artistes.

Dilip Kumar’s Twitter account to shut down, fans disappointed

Mumbai– Late legendary actor Dilip Kumar’s official Twitter account is all set to be closed. The announcement was made on his account on Wednesday.

Dilip Kumar

Dilip Kumar’s spokesperson Faisal Farooqui on Wednesday afternoon informed via a tweet: “After much discussion and deliberation and with the consent of Saira Banu ji, I have decided to close this Twitter account of beloved Dilip Kumar Saab. Thank you for your continuous love and support.”

The announcement of shutting down the official Twitter account comes just a couple of months after the demise of Dilip Kumar, who passed away on July 7, aged 98.

The veteran actor was battling age-related illness for the past few years and breathed his last at the city’s Hinduja Hospital.

On Wednesday, reacting to the tweet announcing closure of Dilip Kumar’s official Twitter account, his fans and followers expressed their disappointment at the decision. A section of followers also suggested to use the account as a memorial of the late actor and keep sharing his old photos and videos through the same.

Tamannaah comes to grips with ‘Telangana dialect’ for ‘Seetimaarr’

Mumbai– Actress Tamannaah Bhatia, whose latest release is the sports action film ‘Seetimaarr’, says she has dubbed in the “Telangana dialect” for the first time in her career. The ‘dialect’, also known as Hyderabadi Telugu, is influenced by Deccani Urdu, Marathi and also Kannada.

Tamannaah Bhatia

Tamannaah plays the part of a kabaddi coach named Jwala Reddy. She calls her character fierce and one she has not tried before.

She said: “I enjoyed the challenges that the film came with. As an actor, nothing feels better than getting appreciated for your performance.”

Tamannaah is also gearing up for the release of ‘Maestro’ and ‘Gurthunda Seethakalam’. Her Hindi projects, ‘Plan A Plan B’ with Riteish Deshmukh, and Amazon Prime’s original show ‘Yaar Dost’ with Maddock Films, are also scheduled for release.

Anand Mahindra tweets Ajay Devgn’s ‘Phool Aur Kaante’ stunt for ad

Mumbai– Bollywood star Ajay Devgn recreated his iconic ‘Phool Aur Kaante’ split stunt for an ad but used trucks instead of bikes on which he originally performed the stunt.

Ajay Devgn

Ajay’s entry in ‘Phool Aur Kaante’, his debut film which released in 1991, became very popular where he appeared standing, balancing on two moving motorcycles. Similar stunts have been repeated in a number of films such as ‘Son of Sardaar’ and ‘De De Pyaar De’.

Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra posted the video on his Twitter and wrote: “30 years ago, in his debut Bollywood film, Phool Aur Kaante, @ajaydevgn performed his original master act, the split. And now, he does it again, this time for Mahindra. Watch this space for more…”

‘Phool Aur Kaante’ also stars Madhoo, Aruna Irani, Jagdeep and Amrish Puri among others. This film was remade in Telugu as ‘Varasudu’. The film is loosely based on the Malayalam film ‘Parampara’ directed by Sibi Malayil where superstar Mammootty plays a dual role. (IANS)

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