Akshay Kumar Celebrated His January 26 With A Hiking Expedition With Wife Twinkle And Daughter Nitara

New Delhi: Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar wears his patriotism on his sleeve and his latest Instagram updates on Republic Day are no exception. The actor – known as much for his dedication to fitness – started his January 26 celebrations with a hiking expedition with wife Twinkle Khanna and daughter Nitara.

Sharing it with his followers on social media, Akshay wrote, “Woke up at the crack of dawn and went hiking with the family, high on the #RepublicDay spirit.” He also shared yet another look from his film Kesari, based on the Battle of Saragarhi, later in the day. Sharing the photo in which Akshay can be seen with a band of men. “Happy Republic Day. It’s our #70thRepublicDay but our men have been fighting for the country since time unknown. 122 years ago, 21 Sikhs fought against 10000 invaders. #KESARI is their story, in cinemas on March 21.”


John Abraham Unveils The First Teaser For His Upcoming Film, RAW - Romeo Akbar Walter

New Delhi: John Abraham unveiled the first teaser for his upcoming film, RAW - Romeo Akbar Walter, a spy thriller said to be based on a true story. The teaser begins with a mother telling her son about the family going to watch the Republic Day parade and how he was the most patriotic of them all. It then showcases John putting on various faces as he spies for his country.

John will play multiple roles in the film, and the actor has built up to the teaser’s release by sharing three posters showing his characters. Each of the three posters also teases various other disguises John will adopt in the film. The first, featuring Romeo, shows John as a man, smoking a cigarette, wearing a ‘70-style hairdo. The second, of Akbar, shows John with a beard and short hair. The third one shows Walter, a dapper looking man with a moustache.


Know Rani Laxmibai Before Kangana Ranaut-starrer Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi Hits Theater

New Delhi: Rani Laxmibai, the queen of Jhansi, remains one of the most iconic freedom fighters of India. Her story has been the stuff of legends—children read her tale in school lessons and poets and writers have been inspired by her selfless love for the motherland, sense of honour and courage. What’s more, many Britishers too extolled her commitment to her land and its people. On the eve of the release of Kangana Ranaut’s Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi, here’s a look at the major aspects of her exemplary life.

Laxmibai was named Manikarnika at birth. She was born into a Maharashtrian brahmin family in Varanasi on November 19, 1838. Laxmibai lost her mother, when she was barely four years old, and grew up in the court of Peshwa of Bithoor, (now in Uttar Pradesh). From a young age, she displayed an independent spirit, as compared to other girls her age, and went on to be home taught, while learning Maratha martial art Malakhambh, archery, horsemanship and fencing.


Celebrity Couple Virat Kohli And Anushka Sharma Interact With A Young Fan In New Zealand

New Delhi: Celebrity couple Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma interacted with a young fan in New Zealand, and a picture of their chat is being widely shared online. The couple is in New Zealand for the Indian cricket team’s series against the Black Caps. Virat will lead the team in five ODIs, followed by three T20s.

The picture, shared by several fan clubs online, shows Virat crouching down to talk to the young girl, as Anushka looks on. They’re both wearing black outfits, and Virat appears to be carrying takeout food in a plastic bag.

Anushka had previously shared a picture of herself in New Zealand, soaking up the sun, sitting on a park bench. She’d captioned the picture as, “No filter needed.”


Kangana Ranaut Opens Up About #MeToo Movement In India; How It Changed The Landscape

New Delhi: Kangana Ranaut has opened up about the #MeToo movement in India and how it changed the landscape, ahead of the release of her film, Manikarnika. Kangana plays Rani Laxmibai in the film, that she has also co-directed.

Kangana, who had accused her Queen director Vikas Bahl of inappropriate behaviour earlier, says people and their attitudes have changed after influential celebs were accused during the #MeToo movement. “People will think twice now because of certain things that were reported. Earlier, everyone knew about some five-six names, but no one was doing anything about it. Today, they are out there exposed. Though that may not seem enough, it has some significance,” she said.