2 items from 2015
Anjana Sukhani, who was last seen in a minuscule appearance in the recently released Shaandar, is making her debut in Marathi films with an untitled film. The said film is being jointly produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Shabina Khan. Buzz is that she will be seen playing an urban Marathi girl who is very traditional and conventional in her thinking.
Speaking about the film, Anjana Sukhani said, "It's an intense love story that's being directed by Swapna Waghmare. I play the romantic lead opposite Swapnil Joshi". When asked about the film, she said, "The film bears the 'typical' stamp of being a 'Sanjay Leela Bhansali' film. This mirrors in the opulence of the sets and even the film's music".
As per news reports, the yet to be titled film should wrap up by December. »
- Bollywood Hungama News Network
Team India was playing against Australia in the semifinals of Cricket World Cup 2015 today and unfortunately, India lost this match. There were many people who got onto a microblogging site to express their views on today's match. Some were highly disappointed by Team India's performance and some appreciated their efforts to reach so far in the tournament in spite of not being in their best form. Many Bollywood's celebs got onto a microblogging site to express their views and said that they were proud of Team India's performance despite the World Cup loss against Australia. Here is what they wrote:
Amitabh Bachchan: Ok, so we lost, so .. tell me one team in the world that has not faced defeat !! Do not despair, we shall repair !! Buck Up India !
Shah Rukh Khan: We win sum,we lose sum but the ones we Love always make us proud. Head held »
2 items from 2015
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