Badshah said: "I am ecstatic to be a part of ‘Dance+ Season 6', which will showcase some of the top talents from across the country. Above all, I am delighted to meet Remo Sir, and it's an absolute honor for me to watch these contestants give mind-blowing performances." He will also be shaking legs with Remo on some of his hit numbers, besides having some interesting conversations with the host.
As the nation remembers for the 13th time in as many years the unsuspecting civilians gunned down by Pakistani terrorists and the martyrs in uniform, here's a summary of the films and web series that presented their sides of the story that shook India for three nightmarish days.
Salman said: "Not many people know but there's a very interesting story behind my look in 'Tere Naam'. I was actually shooting for another film when the producer of 'Tere Naam' and a very dear friend of mine Sunil Manchanda came up to me and said that I'll have to go bald to get into my character. I was not really sure because I was already doing a film at that time and I still remember I was down with fever one day.
The names included bigwigs like Farah Khan, Rao's close friend Hansal Mehta, 'Article 15' director Anubhav Sinha; director of 'Pyaar Ka Punchnama' series Luv Ranjan; and 'The Family Man' creators Raj and DK. Raj and DK's social media handle recently shared a picture from the wedding reception of Rajkummar and Patralekhaa where all the directors along with Rajkummar, look all decked up in black tuxedos.
Taking to Instagram, Tovino on Wednesday said, "Been an inspiration when it comes to building a commendable physique even before I started out my film career. But what amused me, meeting you Sir, is how you stay grounded, inspite of being one of India's biggest superstars. So you are an inspiration when it comes to humility as well, for me now!"
While the audience is eagerly waiting to witness the sports drama on the silver screen, Shahid revealed something about his experience of working in the film, which makes it worth the wait. The actor said, "'Jersey' is a strong story with a new, original and fresh character. You could also say, I tried my best not to do this film. Credit to Gowtam for working with me and waiting for me."
"Even now almost after 70 years, the Jews who survived make sure that nobody in the world forgets what the Germans did to them," Lahiri said while speaking at a masterclass session at the ongoing 52nd edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) here on Tuesday. "Somehow, the Britishers for 100+ years colonised half of the world and I think they were worse than what the Nazis had done."
Titled 'Koi Toh Aaega', the song is an action montage which shows Salman in a raw form. The song's music is composed by 'KGF' fame Ravi Basrur, with lyrics by Basrur and Shabbir Ahmed. The video has a piece of high spirit music as its theme. With several high speed shots forming a major part of the video, the song establishes the character of Salman Khan in the film and aims to generate an overwhelming response from the fans and the general audiences.