Some Stunning Family Pictures Of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan From Paris

New Delhi: The BachchanBahu, AishwaryaRaiBachchan is in Paris to shoot for a productand from there she has posted some stunning pictures on Instagram.

She is wearing a full length black dress inside the Salon Opera at the Paris Le Grand Intercontinental. She has captioned the photo, “The beautiful Salon Opera at the Paris Le Grand Intercontinental..forLongines.”

Aishwarya had earlier done a shoot for the brand where she was seen on a carousel in an elaborate gown. Daughter Aaradhya was also seen twinning with her.


A Video Of A Pre-Fame Ishaan Khatter And Radhika Apte Resurfaces Online

New Delhi:A video of a pre-fame IshaanKhatter and RadhikaApte from ShahidKapoor’s 2005 film Vaah! Life Ho TohAisi! has resurfaced online now that both have becomes stars in their own right. Ishaan’s debut Bollywood film, Dhadak, will be released next week and RadhikaApte can be seen in a supporting role in Netflix’s much buzzed-about show, Sacred Games.

The video splices together scenes from the film, one of Shahid’s earliest, and shows a very young Ishaan and an almost unrecognisableRadhika.

Vaah! Life Ho TohAisi! was directed by Mahesh Manjrekar and also starred Amrita Rao and Sanjay Dutt. It holds the unique distinction of being the first Hindi film to be shot in HD.


Priyanka Says, She Will Surely Tie The Knot At Some Point In Her Life

New Delhi: Priyanka Chopra has said that she believed in the institution of marriage and would surely tie the knot at some point in her life.  Her statement came at a time when romance heats up between Priyanka Chopra and singer Nick Jonas.

The actor said getting married does not make a woman “ smaller or bigger feminist”. “I love the idea of getting married. I totally want to get married at some point,” Chopra said.

 “And I don’t think marriage makes you smaller or bigger or more feminist or not. Feminism basically is women saying give us our own choices without judging us. That’s all it is. It’s not about berating someone. It’s not about proving a point. I totally would love to get married,” she added.


Based On The Story Of Real Life Hero, Soorma To Hit Theatres Today

New Delhi:Soorma, in which DiljitDosanjhplays the real life character hockey player Sandeep Singh, will hit the theatres on Friday.The makers of Soormadecided to hold a special screening for Bollywood celebs in Mumbai on Wednesday night. Among those invited was cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and his daughter Sara. Now, the reactions to the film are in and celebs cannot be more congratulatory.

Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar tweeted soon after he watched the film, “A real story portrayed beautifully on reel. @flickersingh’s determination to play for India is truly commendable, enjoyed watching #Soorma a lot. My best wishes to the entire cast and crew. @imangadbedi @diljitdosanjh @taapsee,” wrote Tendulkar. In a video, he said, “Fantastic movie, really inspiring, We all follow hockey but something like this had happened to Sandeep and I did not know.Shaad, Diljit, Angad, everyone has done a brilliant job. This is extremely inspiring, not just for sports but for everyone. It clearly portrays that ‘never say die’ attitude and standing back on your foot.”


Kubra Sait Gets Applaud From All Across For Her Role As A Transgender In Sacred Games

New Delhi:Actor Kubra Sait, who plays a transgender role named as Cuckoo in Sacred Games, is receiving praise for her work from all across. The role of the character involved nudity also but she says that she was not apprehensive about it and it was shot beautifully by the filmmaker.

The actor said, “After I went to the audition, they told me there’s frontal nudity scene and when you see the show, you can see how beautifully it has been shot; how vulnerable it is. You can never go wrong when you have a great team to work with.”

Kubra said AnuragKashyap, one of the two directors of Sacred Games, poured her ‘a glass of whiskey’ and read her lines with complete emotions. She further said, “He made me do the scene seven times- every time after the scene, he’d come to me and say I am making you do this so many times, sorry haan. Just one more time, ekaurbaar, one more and I am going again, don’t hate me, I know you hate me, don’t hate me.”