The second phase of civic bodies elections in Maharashtra took place today. Along with others, our Bollywood celebrities also cast their also cast their valuable vote. Rekha, Ranveer Singh, Anushka Sharma, Shraddha Kapoor and filmmaker Zoya Akhtar among other were spotted at the polling vote
Women will take over the world: Big B
Life is a gamble! But when you have Lady Luck (or two ladies) on your set, youve nothing to lose. No wonder, Bollywoods biggest legend Amitabh Bachchan and Hollywoods tour de force Sir Ben Kingsley feel that they are on a winning streak with Serendipity Films razor-sharp thriller Teen Patti. Amitabh Bachchan is proud to have worked with four newcomers in the new film Teen Patti, saying even when he did not know his lines, they would be set and ready on the sets. Big B revealed this and much more in a candid encounter with Omar! This film, releasing on February 26, is produced by the attractive, petite Ambika Hinduja and is directed by the affable, no-nonsense Leena Yadav, who earlier made Shabd with Sanjay Dutt and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. The film also has Madhavan, Raima Sen and is introducing star-daughter Shraddha Kapoor (daughter of screen baddie Shakti Kapoor).
The makers of Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan starrer ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ seem to have finally found a suitable female lead. Reportedly, Shraddha Kapoor has been zeroed in for the film after she gave a look test. A report in DNA confirmed that the ‘Baaghi’ actress has been finalised for t
The first look of the much awaited film, ‘Haseena’ starring Shraddha Kapoor as Dawood Ibrahim’s sister looks violent. The poster was unveiled today and it is quite enchanting. Shraddha sheds her next-door girl image and dons a forceful avatar to enact the role of underworld goon&nb
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