Sara Ali Khan opts out - Shraddha and Disha are strong contenders for Baaghi 3

Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: February 08, 2019 14:04 IST
Sara Ali Khan opts out - Shraddha and Disha are strong contenders for Baaghi 3

Sara Ali Khan daughter of Saif Ali Khan mesmerized youth and masses with her presence in films and interviews. Many Bollywood biggies also appreciating Sara as one of the most promising young talents and also opines that surely she will emerge as the biggest star heroine in the future. As per the latest reports, it says that Sara opts out of Tiger Shroff's Baaghi 3 project.
As per one of the staff from Baaghi movie series confirms that Sara was never approached to cast in Baaghi3 and makers still busy in locking the script. The representative also says that Disha and Shraddha are still the strong contenders to star in Baaghi 3. Also, these two heroines were female lead in the first two parts. Makers may zero on Shraddha as the dates might work-out for her.
Ahmed Khan the director met Sara Ali Khan before the release of Kedarnath, in fact, Baaghi 3 was still in the budding stage, of-course not approached to cast her. Sara Ali Khan who sizzled with her debut and caught the most attention of the audience with her role and with Simmba still able to woo the crowd though her role was very short. The song Aankh Maare she grooved with Ranveer Singh was an instant chartbuster and made her dearer and near to masses. Upcoming film of Sara is unknown still, she might cast opposite Karthik Aryan for Imtiaz Ali's directorial. However still waiting for official announcements from the makers.

Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: July 02, 2020 14:59 IST
'Badhai Ho' director Amith sharma confesses that Salman khan's 'Tubelight' movie is overrated.

Amit Sharma, the director, was recently asked to name an overrated film and his pick was Salman Khan's Tubelight. He admitted that he would have done a better job directing it. Tubelight was the third collaboration of Salman Khan with Kabir Khan after Bajrangi Bhaijaan" and "Ek Tha Tiger". The film is based on the 2015 film, "Little Boy", and reimagined against the backdrop of the India-China war of 1962.

He was also asked what rumor he would like to spread about his lead Ayushmann Khurrana for "Badhai Ho". He said it would be that "he is the wittiest, and has a mindblowing sense of humor. He has got a plethora of amazing jokes." He also talked about the hit film Badhai Ho". He said, "The one thing I knew about the movie was that it was a beautiful script and I have to do justice to this." The film got an 8/10 at IMDb. It even won itself some handful of awards and nominations.
He also said that "My background is advertising and because of this, I keep looking for ideas. I never really thought that a certain thing wouldn't work because 'Badhai Ho' had a lot of big ideas," he said on the show, 'Starry Nights Gen Y'.

Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: July 02, 2020 14:33 IST
Khatron Ke Khiladi 10 star Rani Chatterjee makes a SHOCKING revelation, says 'I'm being harassed and I might commit suicide'

After the shocking demise of Sushant Singh Rajput, the talk about depression and mental health has been stressed by everyone. In the latest events, Khatron Ke Khiladi's ex-contestant Rani Chatterjee reveals she has suicidal thoughts. Rani posted a long note on her social media explaining her mental condition and the reason behind it. She also asked for help from Mumbai Police.
Rani wrote in Hindi, "I've been in depression for quite some time but now I've got disturbed. I try a lot to stay positive and strong but now I can't take it anymore. This person has been writing ill about me on Facebook for so many years but I've always ignored it. I tried complaining about it to people but they asked me to ignore him. But ultimately I'm a human too. He fat-shamed me saying 'Mai moti hu' and 'main Buddhi (old) hu' and the same things are messaged to me by others locking me. He keeps saying things like I'm suffering mentally and I should take my own life. I have a lot of stress in my personal life too because of this person.
She added, "This is my request to the Mumbai Police if I do something to my life, this person Dhananjay Singh will be responsible for it. I also complained about him to the cyber cell people but they said that he hasn't mentioned me in his posts but I know he always writes about me. I can't take it anymore, I'm fed up. I have no other way out than to commit suicide because I'm too depressed because of this person." Rani also shared some screenshots of the messages she has been receiving. Along with that, she also attached the profile image of the culprit named as Dhananjay.
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Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: July 02, 2020 13:44 IST
Saif Ali Khan defends filmmaker Karan Johar in his latest comment about nepotism in Bollywood

Following the untimely death of Sushant Singh Rajput, many people on the internet were quick to blame Karan Johar. Karan is often accused as the flag bearer of nepotism in Bollywood. Many netizens believe that this kind of treatment pushes young artists to the brink of suicide. Actor Saif Ali Khan has now defended Karan Johar in his latest comment about nepotism in the Hindi film industry. Saif also comes from a famous family as his mother was the famous actress Sharmila Tagore and his father was Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi.

In a recent interview, Saif Ali Khan said, "I have no idea what Kangana was saying on Koffee with Karan because I don’t think like that. As far as Karan is concerned, he has made himself a large symbol and it seems like he’s attracting a lot of flak for it. The truth is always complicated. There’s much more to it but people aren’t interested in that. I hope the tide is over and better things shine through."
The Love Aaj Kal actor further said, "There is inequality in India that needs to be explored. Nepotism, favoritism, and camps are different subjects. Even I have been a victim of nepotism but nobody speaks of that. I’m happy to see more people from film institutes come to the forefront."
Speaking to The New Indian Express Saif said, "He was a talented actor and a good-looking guy. I thought he had a bright future. He was polite to me and appreciated my guest appearance in the film. He wanted to talk about many topics like astronomy and philosophy. I got the feeling he was brighter than I was.”