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When have superstar and dreaded film editor come closer in terms of glamour? Never since Hema Malini and Shobhaa De rocked Bollywood in the ’70s. Since when did such a friendly duo step into their 70s with oomph intact? Never before, till they got together for some gossip and photos. No, not for saree ads; they just happen to be this luminous.
He’s skipper of both India and Northeast United in the ISL. All he has time for this season is to hop from stadium to stadium. Yet, when the shehnai sounds, all duty dissolves before that clarion call. So it was with Sunil Chhetri, when he trooped off to Calcutta, donned Nepali and Bengali (here, he’s seen with a topor on him) attire, and married Sonam, daughter of Mohun Bagan great Subrata Bhattacharya.
Once a couple starts to appear in commercials together, it’s usually taken to be a sign of serious romantic intent. Naturally, with Virat and Anushka so mature about their relationship, unwilling to hoodwink salivating celebrity writers, rumours have been rife and repetitive. It’s that ‘wedding’ thing, and it is supposed to take place in Milan. Small matter—Anushka’s manager knows nothing!
When the award is termed ‘glamour and style’, it’s incumbent upon the bearers of that hallowed quality to live up to the billing. Such was the case with Kareena and Rekha. Matched in white, K’s almost-wedding gown met the diva’s sari in good faith, but came away defeated.
After raking in millions everywhere it cared to wrestle, Dangal was chosen as best Asian film at the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards. Both Shabana Azmi and Russell Crowe served as jury members there. The award was unanimous.
Think hard: Who is hotter than Disha Patani in tinseltown? Not with the come-hither exertions of some, or the hard-won cutesy dressiness of others, but with the casual earnestness of someone sure of complete collapse of resistance at the merest sight of that untamed hair. Found a name? Bet you haven’t.
While reporting the news of veteran actor Shashi Kapoor’s demise, two national TV channels ended up mourning and remembering Congress’s Shashi Tharoor. By the time an apology came, the MP had taken to tweeting, saying his office had started getting condolence calls as a result of the mix-up.