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He plays a hotel management student in a film, filling his days with cleaning, washing, dusting and chopping. When time came for a promotional shoot for Shoojit Sircar’s October, Varun Dhawan showed how the method in his acting spilt out of the screen. At a restaurant, the talented actor strode confidently into the kitchen, showing a few slicing moves of his own to the admiring chefs who gathered around him.
When dads are doing cricket, kids are drawn in inexorably. If nature decrees such, why not make the most of it? Shahrukh’s daughter Suhana, who we hear is prepping for Bollywood, was beside her spitting image at the Eden Gardens, cheering for KKR. Later, in Chennai, waving a CSK flag was Ziva, 3, daughter of M.S. Dhoni. We admit, the little one has style.
While rich girls travel with a small entourage in the cut-throat world of women’s tennis, she often leads this extremely demanding, peripatetic life alone, to stretch the sponsorship money from the Gujarat government. With strong outings in the Fed Cup and the professional circuit, 25-year-old Ankita Raina has at last broken into the top 200 WTA rankings. As the news sunk in, the 197-ranked player wept ‘tears of joy’.
If you think Suzanne Bernert has a passing resemblance to Sonia Gandhi, the German actress will work on her likeness more for the film The Accidental Prime Minister. Settled in India, Suzanne has acted in various Indian productions; here, she reprises her role from the series Pradhanmantri. Based on Sanjaya Baru’s book, the former PM is played in the film by Anupam Kher.
Dishy to start with, a sheer swimsuit—yes, there’s such a thing—in a photoshoot makes Karishma Sharma irresistible to binge watchers of series like Ragini MMS Returns. The girl, who got her break in the film Yeh Hai Mohabbatein, found her metier in doing ‘bold’ (ah, horrible word!) scenes in places like said series, and is now putting her talent to other, but connected, uses.
After Indian-American stand-up comic Hari Kondabulu was critical of Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, a character on The Simpsons, for the stereotyping at play, the show decided to address it in the episode ‘No Good Read Goes Unpunished’. However, the internet slammed it, saying it was ‘toothless’.