1. Jab Anushka Sharma Handed Shah Rukh Khan an Indemnity Bond
After the first mini-trailer of Jab Harry Met Sejal, we see Anushka Sharma and Shah Rukh Khan in another chuckle-inducing interaction. This time, it is Sejal who takes charge of the situation by handing Harry an indemnity bond since he proclaimed his character to be “cheap”.
Anushka tweeted the video clip early this morning:
SRK also shared the mini-trailer with the message: Ab mujhe darne ki zaroorat nahi! Ye Indemnity Bond hai na!
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2. Ranbir Communicates With This ‘Jagga Jasoos’ Elephant Like a Pro
Ranbir Kapoor has a new best friend on the sets of Jagga Jasoos. No, it’s not Katrina Kaif you trouble makers. It’s a baby elephant! Ranbir seems to have developed a way to communicate with the cutie and just look at hime respond in this behind-the-scenes video.
3. In Pics: Tiger Shroff Promotes ‘Munna Michael’ With Newcomer Nidhi
After Heropanti and Baaghi, director Sabbir Khan and actor Tiger Shroff have joined hands for Munna Michael. The film, which looks like it will fully exploit Tiger as both as a action and dance star, is scheduled to release next month.
However, Tiger and team is already making efforts to promote their film. The actor was spotted at Mumbai’s Chandan cinema on Monday, showing off his moves long with his co-star, newcomer Nidhi Agarwal.
Check out Tiger and Nidhi in action below:
4. Beauty From Beyond the Border: Meet ‘Mom’ Actor Sajal Ali
She is already grabbing eyeballs as Sridevi’s daughter in the upcoming Mom. And though she is already a feted TV actor in Pakistan, Sajal Ali is just about taking baby steps into filmdom. Mom is only her second feature film after Zindagi Kitni Haseen Hay, and her Bollywood debut at that.
Time we found out a little more about this beauty across the border, don’t you think?
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5. Filmfare Awards (South) 2017: Who Won the Top Honours?
The 64th Filmfare Awards South 2017 was held in Hyderabad on Saturday evening, honouring the best talent in the Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada film industries. Hosted by Allu Sirish, Ragini Dwivedi and Vijay Devarakonda, this year’s ceremony was cheered for gunning for critically acclaimed films rather than commercially successful ones.
Actors like Rakul Preet Singh, Samyukta Hegde, Nikki Galrani and others performed at the event, while celebs like R Madhavan, Suriya, A R Rahman, Trisha, Nivin Paul and many more stole the limelight.