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Yami recreated Neetu Singh’s 70’s look for ‘Bala’

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Mumbai: Yami Gautam recreated veteran actress Neetu Singhs look inspired by the classic song “Ek main aur ek tu” from the movie “Khel Khel Mein” for a number from her forthcoming film “Bala”. The actress says she personally loves the 1970s and everything associated with it.

“The 1970s fashion is timeless and for ‘Bala’ we took inspiration of that era and especially this song of Neetu ma’am which is also one of my personal favourite. We have adapted it into a version that worked for the film but our source of inspiration was the era overall which is a timeless period,” Yami said.

The actress, who will be seen playing a TikTok star named Pari in the Ayushmann Khurrana starrer, added: “I personally love the 70s and everything associated with it. The look and it’s idea of the specific sleeves, the short dresses, the hair accessories and polka dots were something that’s classic of that time.”

Directed by Amar Kaushik, “Bala” also features Bhumi Pednekar. The film narrates the plight of a young man who suffers from premature balding, being essayed by Ayushmann.

“Bala” is scheduled to release on November 7.


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Sidharth Malhotra elated with ‘Marjaavaan’ response

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Mumbai, Nov 17 (IANS) Actor Sidharth Malhotra says he is happy that people have accepted him as an action hero once again with “Marjaavaan”.

The film, which took an opening of Rs 7.03 crore on Friday, remained steady on Saturday and minted Rs 7.21 crore.

“‘Ek Villain’ and ‘Brothers’ introduced me as an action hero. I did not cater to this audience and today I am happy that they have given this kind of response to ‘Marjaavaan’,” Sidharth said.

In “Marjaavaan”, Sidharth plays a larger-than-life hero who breaks bones and utters dialogues that reminds of the Angry Young Man image of Bollywood’s retro era.

He plays a hotheaded young man who falls in love with a girl who cannot speak. The Milap Zaveri-directed “Marjaavaan” also features Tara Sutaria, Riteish Deshmukh and Rakul Preet Singh.

According to trade expert Taran Adarsh, the film has “maintained strong occupancy in mass belt/single screens on Day 2”.

“Business should grow on Day 3… Eyes Rs 22 crore weekend… Friday 7.03 crore, Saturday 7.21 crore. Total: Rs 14.24 crore. #India business,” he tweeted.

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Here’s how Bachchans celebrated Aaradhya’s 8th b’day

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Mumbai: Like every year, the Bachchan family, this time too, hosted a grand bash on Aaradhya’s birthday.

From Shah Rukh Khan to Karan Johar and Riteish Deshmukh, several stars along with their kids attended Aaradhya’s 8th birthday party, which was held here on Saturday.

Several pictures and videos from the celebrations are doing the rounds on the Internet. In one of the videos, little Aaradhya is seen enjoying a ride on the Ferris wheel with her mother Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and father Abhishek Bachchan.

Aaradhya wore a pink frilly dress on her special day.

Sharing a glimpse of his granddaughter’s birthday party, Amitabh Bachchan took to his blog and penned a lengthy note, sharing how celebrations have changed over time.

“The child grows up .. and celebrations keep in growth too .. for long have the traditions of the British been kept in place .. that of the cake .. I presume that a cake was a rarity during the time of the inception of this tradition .. so it became a rarity and hence to be brought about on special occasions .. the candle and the number of them for age and its blowing has remained for too long but what be the tradition or history of it…in my and our tradition in this part of the world the blowing of candles is an indication of an end .. here the blowing is an achievement of celebration .. so do we continue or change or what .. we in our family did .. the cake was replaced by a ‘khoye’ ki barfi’ and no candles..are agarbatti jalo , Kuch aur Karo lekin batti na bujhao,” he wrote.

Big B also shared a photograph in which a star is seen painted on his face.

“The star on the face is the painted stall on the birthday celebrations of the ‘little one’ .. luminosity was the predominant theme among the young .. and each were lit up with their eminence .. the joy of seeing the young is the surprise of seeing their growth .. rapid mature and in an entirely different environ than ever before .. and to express surprise are the seniors as well,” he added.

Aaradhya was born in 2011, four years after Aishwarya and Abhishek tied the knot in 2007.

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Janhvi Kapoor finds Arjun, Rakul ‘cute’ in their new film

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Actors Arjun Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh have started shooting for their rom-com film, and they are already being praised for looking “cute” together.

Arjun on Saturday took to Instagram and shared a collage of pictures in which he and Rakul are seen goofing around while posing for the images.

“Picture Shuroo… other information bhi upload hogi soon,” he captioned the image.

Reacting to the collage, Janhvi, who is Arjun’s step sister, wrote: “Looking so cute.”

The film, not titled yet, is being directed by debutant Kaashvie Nair and produced by Bhushan Kumar, Nikkhil Advani and John Abraham.

Talking about the project, Rakul had said: “The film is in the rom-com space, and it is the story of characters who belong to India and Pakistan, so it’s a cross-border, coming-of-age rom-com.”

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