While Bollywood movies are skipping theatrical releases and bringing their films on the digital streaming platforms, Disney+ Hotstar announces a bunch of upcoming movies which will release between the month of July-October. Alia Bhatt and Aditya Roy Kapoor's Sadak 2, Akshay Kumar's Laxxmi Bomb, Ajay Devgn's Bhuj and Abhishek Bachchan's The Big Bull to have an OTT release, announces the actors as they came live today on their social media.
The actors joined each other on a social media live chat session where they also announced the new posters of their films. Starting with Bhuj, Ajay Devgn released a poster of the film in which he can be seen speaking all the limelight. Coming next was Alia Bhatt's Sadak 2, the poster of the film showcases a long empty road and it looks quite impressive. However, it is the poster of Laxxmi Bomb which gives goosebumps to a lot of people as it sees Akshay Kumar in an altogether different role. The poster of Abhishek's The Big Bull showcases the actor on the poster in a very intense look.
Earlier in the day, all the celebrities posted a short video on their social media urging people to join the live session. "Good News to mai aap logo ko de chuka hu, is baar mai aapke liye laya hu big news. Entertainment bilkul naye style mei. Ajay (Devgn), Varun (Dhawan), Abhishek (Bachchan), Alia (Bhatt), and I are going live on Disney+ Hotstar VIP in a few hours. Join us at 4.30 pm and get the details, " they wrote.
Alia Bhatt is all love for pets and her social media account is proof. While the Raazi actress already had a cat named Edward, she and her sister Shaheen Bhatt seems to be in awe of a new entrant In their house and its none other than their new pet called Juniper. Juniper is an adorable female black-hued cat who seems to be enjoying the company of Alia and Shaheen as the three poses for the camera.
As Alia Bhatt shared the selfie, she perfectly captioned it as, "This girl duo just became a girl trio. Meet our new baby Juniper. Her skills include biting, selfie-taking, and being generally adorable.” Her post instantly received so much love from her fans as the picture got close to 9 lakh likes. Alia's mother Soni Razdan too seems very excited with her daughter's new companion and wrote, "Totally one of the family I can see." Shilpa Shetty Kundra is astonished after seeing Juniper as her sister Shamita's cat looks very familiar with her. She wrote, "OMG, Alia even Shamita adopted a cat named Kiki, so similar, wonder if they are twins?"
The 27-year old actress has associated herself with lots of animal welfare organizations. She keeps awarding her followers about the right ways to deal with animals and be gentle to them. She loves to spend time with her boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor's dog, as a few days back she shared adorable pictures with him. Check out some of the posts by Alia and stay tuned with us for all the latest updates.
Anil Kapoor was at the peak of his career in the 1980s and 90s of the Hindi film industry. Kapoor has worked with almost every celebrity from the industry and has fond memories with most of them. On Saturday Anil Kapoor shared memory with the late dancer and choreographer Saroj Khan. Khan passed away on Thursday night due to a cardiac arrest. In his post, Kapoor thanked Saroj Khan for her guidance and also credited her for making him look like a better dancer than he is.
Speaking to Mumbai Mirror Anil said, "My leading ladies, including Sridevi, Madhuri, or Aishwarya (Rai) were fabulous dancers while I’m technically not a dancer-dancer. So, I’m grateful to Sarojji that on screen I did not come across as any less,” he said.
The actor also recalled the time Saroj Khan trained Madhuri Dixit for the song Ek Do Teen. He said, “A year after Mr. India, Tezaab released. Madhuri (Dixit) was still a relative newcomer when we handed her over to Sarojji. After two weeks of rehearsal, she called Chandra (director N Chandra) and me to Satyam Hall and Madhuri performed to Ek Do Teen for us. I was blown over by the moves and the energy,” he said. “We shot the song in Mehboob Studio and watching it, I was like, “Oh God, what do I do!” I got them to shoot a male version with me which was not there in the script in front of where Shah Rukh’s (Khan) bungalow stands today."
The Nayak actor also said that Saroj Khan touched everyone's heart with her grace and artistry.
There are perhaps very few people in the Hindi film industry who still have a soft spot for the self-proclaimed critic and Bigg Boss contestant KRK. Kamaal R. Khan is known for creating controversy on Twitter with his comments about other celebrities. Recently filmmaker Milap Zaveri slammed KRK for using Sushant Singh Rajput's tragic demise for his benefit.
Milap shared a video on his Twitter and wrote, "This is the true face of the fraud and disgusting Krk. Today he is trying to profit off a tragedy with his fake tears. But the reality is that he was horrid to Sushant while he was alive. Krk is the one insulting the departed with his fake behavior. Time to stop such people.”
In Milap's video, KRK is seen attacking Sushant Singh Rajput. Kamaal also urges filmmakers like Ekta Kapoor to stop patronizing Sushant as he didn't know how to act. The same video also shows the double face of KRK as he is later seen mourning the death of the 34-year-old actor.
Now, Family Man actor Manoj Bajpai has also retweeted Milap Zaveri's tweet about KRK and openly supported Zaveri. He wrote, “With you on this @zmilap also urge the people from the industry who mentor these elements to stop doing so else KARMA is waiting ....!!!”
Actor and comedian Vir Das also supported Milap Zaveri and called KRK a parasite. Das wrote, "He’s a parasite who has consistently attacked people who were too dignified to respond. I’m happy you’re calling him out. Let gutter trolls stay in the gutter."
This is the true face of the fraud and disgusting Krk. Today he is trying to profit off a tragedy with his fake tears. But the reality is that he was horrid to Sushant while he was alive. Krk is the one insulting the departed with his fake behaviour. Time to stop such people. pic.twitter.com/KcOBwkirCD