Several Indian tweeps seemed to have lost their minds after reading a tweet by Ranveer Singh on Friday that simply read ‘Losing my Religion’ along with a photo of his. While there were certainly fans who came to his defence, many just couldn’t get over with the fact that the tweet mentioned the words ‘losing’ and ‘religion’ in the same line.
Ranveer’s upcoming movie ‘Padmavati’ has been courting controversies ever since it was first announced. The attack on the crew in Jaipur earlier this year, the history of Alauddin Khalji with the Rajput king of Mewar in 1303, and the ‘distortion’ of history in the movie, as claimed by certain hardliners, have been making the movie more and more controversial each passing day, and it has become such a hot topic now that even the lyrics of a song can trigger the fans now.Here are some of the tweets that show how Indian twitterati reacted to a Ranveer’s seemingly innocent tweet.
In an interview for Irrfan’s upcoming ‘Qareeb Qareeb Single’, the two exchanged some funny memories
Bollywood star Irrfan Khan while talking to comedian Zakir Khan in a promotional interview for his upcoming movie ‘Qareeb Qareeb Single’, told him who his first love was and how was the experience.“It was in Jaipur; don’t ask me any further details”, said Irrfan. He told that he was 14 years of age at the time and trying to impress the lady he was in love with, he even took her love-letters to the man she loved. Irrfan told that the woman was elder than him and while everyone else called her ‘didi’ (Hindi for elder sister), Irrfan called her with her name, and that was how he thought he had distinguished himself from others in her eyes.
The two chatted about their first love, the problems that boys face in love affairs and how NOT-so-good-looking guys – like Zakir Khan – could actually attract women through their sense of humour.The exchange was personal, yet relatable for the common people and we obviously enjoyed it.Meanwhile, Irrfan Khan is playing a poet named Yogi in ‘Qareeb Qareeb Single’, who does poetry that nobody would ever want to listen, yet the guy is quite popular with girls.
Trailer of Ek Tha Tiger sequel has garnered some over 29million views
Tiger Zinda Hai, Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer that is slated for release on December 22nd has broken trailer record of Baahubali 2 on YouTube, businessofcinema.com reported on Saturday.
Within four days of its release, trailer of Ek Tha Tiger sequel has garnered some over 29million views beating more than 500,000 of Baahubali 2.Tiger Zinda Hai is helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar, a Yash Raj asset who earlier has delivered with Mere Brother Ki Dulhan with Ali Zafar, Imran Khan and Katrina Kaif.Ek Tha Tiger, directed by Kabir Khan followed lives of two agents, Tiger and Zoya and the sequel is needless to say about the two in a fresh plot. This time the film is shot in Greece, Austria, Morocco and Abu Dhabi among other locations.
The boxer posted a picture with the pregnant model on Instagram to announce the happy news.
Despite Amir being spotted out with a mystery brunette last week, Faryal had earlier indicated that she wanted to put the past behind them and fight for their marriage.The celebrity couple suffered a vicious spit earlier this year after Amir continuously slammed Faryal on social media and insisted they were getting divorced.However, the British champion boxer’s pregnant wife was spotted wearing her wedding ring, hinting that their divorce was off.While some fans accused the couple of using divorce as a publicity stunt, others expressed genuine happiness at their decision to put aside their differences.Publicly stunt or otherwise, we definitely think it is a happy ending to the year!
Bollywood Dabangg Khan, Salman Khan, shared that his biggest hits have been multi-starrers and if given the chance he would love to do movies with other stars such as Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Sanjay Dutt and Ajay Devgn.
However, Salman added that he would only work with them if their characters are superb, reported Indian media.Comparing the industry to its olden days, he said that films were written before made the actors say yes without thinking much, which is not the case now.The actor further reportedly added that the younger generation of actors are more reluctant in doing multi-starrers and that their insecurities shouldn’t come in the way of this.
He apparently recounted how he and other stars were also young at one time and didn’t let professional rivalries come in the way of their friendships. Overall, the actor shared some valuable insight that will hopefully be helpful for the newer crop of B-Town stars.The star is currently busy promoting is upcoming action-thriller, Tiger Zinda Hai, opposite ex-flame Katrina Kaif.