Earlier in the day, Karan Johar posted a picture with Shah Rukh’s youngest one, AbRam. The two are seen to be pouting and clearly the toddler seems to be taking all the limelight. Karan captioned the picture saying ‘When Abram pouts better than me!’ and surely the picture is breaking our cuteness meter.
The Padmavati actress shared an adorable childhood picture rocking the bowl cut posing with her ‘forever friend’ Aditya Narayan on Instagram. She later posted another picture of the two recently celebrating the wedlock of her ‘forever friend’. The cute shout-out of her friendship has us all going ‘Aww’.
The Race 3 team shot an episode for Bigg Boss Season 11 today and the internet already has their hands on a picture from the set. The cast, Jacqueline Fernandez, Bobby Deol, Saqib Saleem, Daisy Shah, along with director Remo D’Souza and producer Ramesh Taurani posed with Salman Khan for the picture.
“Remo and Jacqueline will be going inside the house and challenging the contestants to a dance-based task. They will be shooting for the show today,” source said. Well, we all know what we’re watching this weekend.
Recently, Varun Dhawan was given a reality check when the Mumbi police sent an E-challan to the actor for taking a picture with a fan, while in his car. Now, it looks like Varun has chosen another mode of transportation to commute courtesy of a Salman Khan - a cycle! Some Twitter users quipped on Varun's incident with the police. While one user said, "car se seedha cycle sahi hai," another joked, "Please wear a helmet before @MumbaiPolice send you another fine.
Salman Khan visited the Fukrey Return team at Mehboob Studios in Mumbai which stars Pulkit Samrat, Varun Sharma, Richa Chadha and Manjot Singh. The makers plan to release another song ‘Tu Mera Bhai Nahi’ and the song has got a thumbs up (literally) from Bhaijaan himself. Salman, who is currently shooting back and forth for Race 3 and Bigg Boss 11 came to know that Pulkit and his gang of Fukreys were present there, so he dropped by to say hello. Burried the old hatchet, bhai?