Amitabh And Rishi To Be In Single Frame In 102 Not Out After 27 Years

New Delhi: 102 Not Out marks the return of Amitabh Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor in a film after 27 years. Though they have also worked in films like Delhi 6 and Om Shanti Om, but they were seen together in full-fledged roles last time in Ajooba (1991).

A new song titled Kulfi from the film 102 Not Out has been released and works as therapy for ears. Voiced by Sonu Nigam, the song is a celebration of father-son relationship. In the film, Amitabh Bachchan plays a 102-year-old father of 75-year-old Rishi Kapoor.

Kulfi, composed by Salim-Sulaiman, talks about the happiness of childhood. The word ‘kulfi’ is used as a metaphor for the nostalgia attached to childhood games. The film is about a man who has already 100-year-old, but wants to make record as the longest living person.


Interesting Facts About Ranbir Kapoor Starrer Sanjay Dutt Biopic

New Delhi: Sporting a salt-and-pepper, bearded look and a tikka on the forehead, Ranbir, in the poster released by RajkumarHirani looks like a spitting image of Sanjay Dutt as he stares right into the camera with his droopy yet piercing eyes. With the release of the teaser, Ranbir was lauded by one and all for his uncanny resemblance to Sanjay and adapting the latter's mannerisms to a near perfect.

Hirani, on Sunday, had tweeted that he would be sharing posters and production stills of RanbirKapoor as Sanjay Dutt in his upcoming biopic 'Sanju'. He unveiled a new poster of the 'Khalnayak' actor on Monday morning.


Rishi Kapoor’s Tweet Gets PM’s Support

New Delhi: Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor, who had recently courted controversy with his tweets, has come back from a Twitter break. The veteran actor said he missed all the fun and fights on the micro social networking site.

It was very recently that the ‘Kapoor& Sons’ actor took a moment to appreciate Kishore Kumar’s music, and how! Rishi took to his Twitter account and wrote, “TuTuHaiWahi (Original Version) Kishore Kumar, AshaBhosle. The Chinese played our song to welcome PM Modi along PM Xi in Wuhan. Honored. Thank you Pancham!”

Well, that was not it. Along with the fans, PM NarendraModi too agreed to Rishi’s statement and even responded to his tweet. He replied, “Pancham Da is a legend in the world of music. His work continues to enthral us.”


Shakti Kapoor Says, Shraddha Will Marry A Man Of Her Own Choice

New Delhi: While speaking on the occasion of teaser launch of his film The Journey of Karma, Bollywood actor Shakti Kapoor says his daughter and actress Shraddha Kapoor will marry a man of her own choice.

Asked about Shraddha’s wedding plans, Shakti said, “Every father wants that his daughter to get married in a good and respected family. I wish that she grows in her personal and professional life, but I think as a parent, you have to give some kind of liberty to your children because now that period is gone when parents used to marry their children (to a person) of their choice. Now, we have to ask them about their choices in terms of everything, including their life partners. She is right now very busy in her career, but whenever she will tell us about her marriage plans, she will marry a man of her own choice and we don’t have any objection with that.”


Jacqueline Finds Kashmir Cold Difficult To Handle While Shooting Race 3

New Delhi:The team of Race 3 is shooting in Kashmir and it seems the cold is too much for Jacqueline Fernandez, film’s female lead. She shared a picture on Thursday where she is covered in a blankets and a jacket, holding a steaming mug in hand. However, co-star Salman Khan doesn’t seem to mind the cold. He could be seen standing next to Jacqueline in a vest and jeans.

Jacqueline wrote alongside her post, “Too hot to handle”. Now, we will leave it to you to decide what, or whom, she is referring to.
Salman and Jacqueline shot a romantic number for the film in Kashmir. The crew also met the state’s chief minister Mehbooba Mufti. This isn’t the first time Salman is shooting for a film in Kashmir. Earlier, he has shot for BajrangiBhaijaan in the region.