The full show-sha is too much: Varun Dhawan on his low-key wedding
Varun Dhawan, who tied the knot with Natasha Dalal in January, said, “We’d to be responsible during this period.” “I’d elderly citizens from my family coming…I wanted everyone to be safe, that’s why it was low-key. “The full show-sha is too much, and this wasn’t the time for that,” Varun further said.
Christian Bale to play drug smuggling preacher in ‘The Church of the Living…’
New Regency has acquired the movie rights to David Kushner’s Vanity Fair article ‘The Church of the Living Dangerously’ and has roped in Academy Award-winning actor Christian Bale to play a drug smuggling preacher in the adaptation. The upcoming film will be penned by ‘The Big Shot’ fame Charles Randolph.
Everything is okay between us: Faissal on equation with brother Aamir Khan
Aamir Khan’s brother Faisal Khan, while speaking about his current equation with the actor, said, “Everything is okay between us…As an individual, I make my own decisions.” Faissal, who’s set to make a comeback with ‘Factory’, also spoke about his upcoming film and said, “I’ve given my best and…producers have helped me with it…God’s and…audience’s verdict remains to be seen.”
What a glorious tribute to Vikram Batra: Kangana Ranaut on ‘Shershaah’
Actress Kangana Ranaut took to Instagram to praise Sidharth Malhotra-starrer ‘Shershaah’. In the post, Kangana wrote, “National hero Vikram Batra was a Himachali boy from Palampur…When the tragedy happened, news spread like wildfire in Himachal, it slit through our hearts.” “What a glorious tribute…It was a big responsibility and you all excelled.”
Rakul Preet, Rana Daggubati, other actors summoned by ED in drugs case
Several actors, including Rakul Preet Singh and Rana Daggubati, have reportedly been summoned by Enforcement Directorate in connection with a four-year-old drugs case. They reportedly have to appear before the officials in September. Telangana Prohibition and Excise Department had registered cases after seizing ₹30-lakh drugs in 2017.