War: Ghungroo song out - Hrithik Roshan and Vaani Kapoor are too hot to handle

Written By Arjun Uddaraju | Updated: September 05, 2019 18:54 IST
War: Ghungroo song out - Hrithik Roshan and Vaani Kapoor are too hot to handle

War is one of the most talked movies in recent times. The movie stars Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff and Vaani Kapoor in the lead roles. The first song from the movie is out and is an instant chartbuster.
The song is titled Ghungroo and is sung by Arijit Singh and Shilpa Rao. Music is composed by Vishal and Shekhar. This romantic and peppy song features Hrithik Roshan and Vaani Kapoor.
The song has been shot on the beaches of Positano in Italy coast and is said to be the first Bollywood song to be shot there. It is sure that the song has re-exploited the dancing skills of Hrithik along with Vaani Kapoor and the other dancers.
War is produced by Yash Raj Films and directed by Siddharth Anand. The movie is slated for release on October 2.

Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: July 02, 2020 21:52 IST
Alia Bhatt pens a 'thank you' note to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science for inviting her

A few days back, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science invited several artists from India. Among them, Alia Bhatt and Hrithik Roshan had their names on the list from the Bollywood cinema. After receiving this honorable invite, Alia Bhatt penned a thankful note.
She started as I thank The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for inviting me to be a member of the Academy. I feel at once honored and humbled. There is also a deep satisfaction in seeing that the voice of Indian cinema is finding a very well deserved platform on the world stage.
Alia added that she feels glad that the Indian artists are getting recognized and receiving a platform to express them. She added, "Every year, more actors, filmmakers, and technicians from India are recognized by the Academy and Indian cinema continues to reach the hearts and homes of people all over the world. I truly believe that cinema, like water, finds its level. And, like water, it knows no race, class, border, or geography and flows freely. It takes everything in its course: audiences who passionately love or hate it, critics who dissect it, students who immerse themselves in it. Our opinions about films may be divided, but cinema as a whole is a powerful binding and unifying force.
"In a world that can be unsure and fragmented, at a time when the very social media that is meant to connect people ends up dividing them, movies are the glue that binds us, " Alia concluded.
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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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