Robert Pattinson ‘said to have tested positive’ for Covid-19

Robert Pattinson ‘said to have tested positive’ for Covid-19

A statement from the Warner Bros. spokesperson read: “A member of ‘The Batman’ production has tested positive for COVID-19 and is isolating in accordance with established protocols.”

Shoot of the much-hyped upcoming superhero film, The Batman, has been stalled in the UK after a member of the unit tested Covid-19 positive. Sections of the US media have stated that the infected person is actor Robert Pattinson, who plays the titular caped crusader in the film.

Warner Bros. confirmed the news about stopping production after a crew member tested positive for novel coronavirus but the person’s identity was kept under wraps. The portal Vanity Fair was first to report that Pattinson was the one who was infected by the virus.

A statement from the Warner Bros. spokesperson read: “A member of ‘The Batman’ production has tested positive for COVID-19 and is isolating in accordance with established protocols.”

“Filming is temporarily paused,” the statement added. The banner declined to share if it was Pattinson who had contracted Covid-19.

A report on stated: “Robert Pattinson is said to have tested positive for the coronavirus, causing filming of The Batman to be halted just days after the superhero drama resumed work at studios outside of London.”

“The Batman” was about seven weeks into shooting when shoot had to be stalled in March owing to the Covid outbreak. The makers have about three months of shooting left.

Directed by Matt Reeves, “The Batman” stars Pattinson as the titular superhero along with Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as the Riddler and Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner Gordon.

Neetu Kapoor birthday special: The woman who stood like a rock beside Rishi through thick and thin

Neetu Kapoor birthday special: The woman who stood like a rock beside Rishi through thick and thin

Veteran Bollywood actress Neetu Kapoor is celebrating her birthday on Wednesday. Neetu has been mourning the loss of her husband Rishi Kapoor, who passed away on April 30 after a two-year battle with leukemia. Actress Neetu Kapoor is currently staying in Mumbai with daughter Riddhima and son Ranbir.

Rishi and Neetu Kapoor were married for 40 years. They tied the knot on January 22, 1980. In 2015, Rishi spoke on “The Anupam Kher Show – Kucch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai”, about how he met his wife Neetu on the sets of their 1974 film “Zehreela Insaan” and how he fell in love with her.

“I remember I had an argument with my girlfriend at the time and I was very heartbroken. Trying to win her back, I had taken Neetu’s help in writing telegrams to my girlfriend while the two of us were shooting for ‘Zehreela Insaan’,” Rishi said.

“As time passed, I began to realise that Neetu is the one for me as I began to miss her when I had gone to Europe for a shoot. Ironically, I sent her a telegram from Europe to Kashmir saying that I was thinking of her,” he added.

The couple worked together in films like "Khel Khel Mein", "Rafoo Chakkar", "Kabhie Kabhie", "Amar Akbar Anthony", "Duniya Meri Jeb Mein", "Zehreela Insaan", "Zinda Dil", "Doosara Aadmi", "Anjane Mein" and "Jhoota Kahin Ka".

Neetu and Rishi got married in 1980. After their marriage, the two have co-starred in films like "Love Aaj Kal", "Do Dooni Chaar" and "Besharam".

In 2018, Rishi Kapoor was diagnosed with cancer for the first time, following which the actor was in New York for nearly a year to undergo treatment. During those 11 months, while Rishi’s children - Ranbir Kapoor and Riddhima - kept visiting him from time to time, Neetu Kapoor stood like a rock beside him as he fought the battle with cancer. Rishi had even said that Neetu had been his support system and that it would have been really difficult for him to survive without her.

In an interview as Rishi opened up about his battle with the grave illness, he had said that it’s his wife of 39 years whom he is specially thankful to. "Neetu has stood by me like a rock. Otherwise, I am too difficult a person to handle as far as food and drink are concerned," he said.

The favourite couple of Indian cinema, who had been married for four decades, stuck with each other through thick and thin. It was Neetu's strength, resilience and positive attitude that won hearts. Neetu Kapoor, who was quite active on Instagram during their time in the Big Apple, kept sharing pictures from their huddles.

Scores of Bollywood celebrities including karan Johar, Vicky Kaushal, Boman Irani, Deepika Padukone, Aamir Kha, Alia Bhatt, Anupam Kher, Priyanka Chopra, Sonali Bendre, Javed Akhtar, among others paid a visit to the veteran actor. As the actress shared several pictures with the stars, one couldn't help but notice Neetu's million dollar smile even during the tough times.

Post return to India, Rishi's health had frequently been in focus. The actor was admitted to hospital in quick succession in February. On April 29, the 67-year-old actor was admitted to Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital in Mumbai, after complaining that he was not feeling well. He breathed his last on Thursday , April 30.

With inputs from Agencies.

Justice for Sushant: Filmmaker Apurva Asrani pens down the uglier side of B-town, blind items and more

Justice for Sushant: Filmmaker Apurva Asrani pens down the uglier side of B-town, blind items and more

Filmmaker Apurva Asrani made headlines recently for calling out popular film critic Rajeev Masand over the ‘vicious’ blind items on actor Sushant Singh Rajput.

Now, in a detailed blog post titled as ‘Do Words Have the Power To Kill?’, Asrani asks the right questions leading to Rajput’s death. From blind items to being ignored by his peers, to even being accused of being a rapist under the MeToo Movement; he wonders if the actor was bullied throughout.

Here’s what he wrote.

I am among the few from the film industry that continues to question why Sushant Singh Rajput was bullied in the period leading to his death. Some of my friends have come to the conclusion that Sushant was depressed, couldn’t handle the stress that came with the movie industry, and therefore took his own life.

Firstly, I don’t know how they have diagnosed Sushant’s condition whilst sitting on twitter. How do we know what kind of depression Sushant suffered from? We have no records of his mental health history. What we do have are about 30 blind pieces in the public domain, all that carried some appalling, destructive ideas about him. Why are we so afraid to allow a discussion on this?


In 2017, I had a very public fallout with director Hansal Mehta on Simran a movie I had written and was editing. Unbeknownst to me, the films lead actress, Kangana Ranaut, was promised to be credited as the films co-writer, but I was only informed of this after I had cut the film. Needless to say I felt betrayed. I fought a long & tiring battle to ensure that I was not discredited. And though the title finally did appear correctly, the experience exhausted me. I was heartbroken that a lot of my industry folk chose to remain silent.

I had fought the system, not just to ensure that I didn’t get bullied, but also to set a precedent for writers to stand up for their rights. I was naive to think that truth simply sets you free. It does eventually, but you have to go through so much muck, slander and opposition, and IF you survive it, then maybe it can set you free.

All sorts of nonsense was written about me. One piece claimed that I didn’t edit Satya, my first film that I also won a major editing award for. Another claimed that I didn’t co write Shahid, a film I jointly won a screenwriting award for. My name as co-writer was suddenly dropped from Shahid’s IMDB page (its still remains taken off). One portal, Spot Boye! tried to claim that even Aligarh, my most personal work, was stolen from another writer. This journalist called my writing collaborator, Ishani Banerji, and tried to get her to talk against me. When she refused, they carried a headline that seemed like she had implied that I shortchanged her. I was really upset.

I used to stay awake all night, putting together proof to dispel their lies. I was fighting a lone battle against journalists from leading tabloids, who wrote all kinds of unsubstantiated shit about me. I started to become depressed.

Fortunately, some producers did reach out to me and offered me work. One of them was Zoya Akhtar, who breathed hope into me by giving me Made In Heaven to edit. Also, Manoj Bajpayee, the lead actor of both Satya and Aligarh, stood by me. He publicly endorsed my work on both those seminal films when it mattered the most.

Yet the stress was too much, and I woke up one morning to realise that half my face was paralysed. I couldn’t shut one eye, my speech was impaired and I looked like a freak. I learned that I had a nervous condition called Bells Palsy and it came with severe vertigo and vomiting. I was too sick to edit the climax episodes of MIH, and someone replaced me to finish the series. It was a very painful period. I cried myself to sleep on most nights and stopped getting out of the house. I felt humiliated, let down by my ilk, and was absolutely shattered.

If Manoj Bajpayee hadn’t stood by me, and If I didn’t have the kind of familial support around me, I might have given up the fight and opted to take my own life. I was lucky. Not all are.

Broken Wings

My fight for Sushant is not born out of vendetta for anyone. I am speaking up because I identify with him. I understand what he may have gone through when a campaign was run to destroy his career and his credibility. I see him as a non-conformist, like me. Maybe he too, couldn’t stand the parties, the fake hugs and the air kisses. Maybe he too couldn’t stand bowing down to some overrated filmmakers and actors who treat people like commodities.

I didn’t know Sushant personally, but I know this of so many young actors who come to Bombay with dreams in their eyes; From simple, middle class families, with quintessential Indian values, they enter this dazzling, cut-glass, Gucci clad world of A listers. Their rights of passage almost always involve having to sleep with men in positions of power. Read model and actor Himanshu Malik’s brilliant and brave account of the industry through the eyes of an outsider. (

In my 20’s (I had cut Satya before I turned 19), directors called me to hotels for narrations. Once, as I waited in the lobby for a director, I got a message that the meeting has moved to his room. There the director was alone, in his bath gown, displaying an unsavoury view of his privates. I ran. Then once, I got invited to a journalist's birthday party, only to discover that besides his boyfriend, I was the only guest invited. Like vultures they circled me, till I beat a hasty retreat. Once, I was befriended by a journalist, and we grew to become friends. But when he started landing up at home with baked dishes and flowers, I began to suspect that I was the object of his affection. I told him honestly that I was in love with someone else. That was it. He cut off from me, ignored me if we met, and never, I repeat never, mentioned me in his reviews—even if the film and my work was highly acclaimed. And then there was that magazine editor...anyway you get the point.

It is a pretty tricky situation. You need to be nice to them, make sure you don’t offend them, and they interpret it as you being easy. There really is no winning this one.

Yellow Journalism

Then the articles began. Some claimed that I was an untalented, one-hit wonder. Some pieces claimed that I had left the country to live with my lover. Of course none of them carried a byline, and many described me in detail, without taking my name, so there was no one I could confront. I found that when they wrote pieces or made TV specials to remember an anniversary of one of my films (for which I had won a Filmfare award), they would forget to interview or even mention me. This treatment went on for years, and I couldn’t say anything about it, because how do you ‘out’ yourself, ‘out’ the predators and prove that this is what really happened?

In the #MeToo movement there is a very powerful slogan that says ‘believe the woman’. Try saying ‘believe the man’, and people will laugh. And if this happens to an editor and a writer, what must handsome male actors go through on an everyday basis?

Sushant had a series of cowardly blind items written about him that could have broken even the toughest of spirits. He was called a skirt chaser, unprofessional, some claimed that his films were duds, one even named him in a #metoo accusation and called him a rapist. Sushant had to post screenshots of his chat with the alleged victim to prove that he was innocent. Can you imagine what he must have gone through in the nights and days leading to this death? This middle class boy from Patna, a few years in maximum city, working hard to realise his dreams; but he had to expend all that energy, relentlessly fighting this dirty, unfounded slander.

Success Denied

Also remember, here, if you don’t pander to the whims of the powerful, you are a trouble maker. If you speak up against unfair practices, you are a trouble maker. Watch Sushant in so many of those film promotion videos, he is pretty much ignored by the fraternity. I wish he had spoken up. But he may have taken the advice of ‘well wishers’ who easily dispense advice like, ‘don’t talk, let your success do the talking’.

So the boy marched on. Inspite of not having the support of his peers, he gave his all to a film called Chichore. The film was made by the director of the successful Dangal and the expectations were high. But surprisingly, it opened to average reviews, and the general buzz on the film was poor. It was only after Sushant’s death, that I learned that the film had been a hit, and had grossed over 200 crores!

Now when an ‘A list’ actor’s film just about breaks even, the occasion is celebrated by splashing the actor all over the press. New associations spring up. Big films are signed. Other stars photograph with you. I saw hardly any of this in Sushant’s case. And this begged the question; Was he denied his hard earned success by his peers? Was the stupendous performance of his film underplayed? Could this disappointment, that nothing he did would ever make it right, be the final straw for him?

Who Do We Blame?

I tweeted to name the people/publications behind the sustained blind items against Sushant. I also named popular journalist Rajeev Masand in my tweets, because most of the blind items about Sushant doing the rounds, some of them incredibly mean, were written by him in his Open Magazine column. But by no means do I intend for him, or any portal to be singled out. There is a bigger system at play, with so many different kinds of characters functioning oppressively since time immemorial. How then, can one person be held responsible for Sushant’s death? But to accept this system as the norm, and to shut people up from calling out the wrong doers, that is unacceptable too.

I am not surprised to see that I am being ostracised by many of my industry peers for taking on this fight and naming names. Besides Manoj Bajpayee (thank god for him!), not one industry person has reached out (so far), even privately, to say that they are with me. Soon, someone will try to discredit me with some slander on a portal or a tabloid. But that doesn't scare me, I've seen these games played before.

Was Sushant An Unstable Person?

Right now, the few that are responding to my tweets are chiding me for having an hidden agenda. Some are saying that I am derailing the conversation on Sushant's mental health.

It shocks me, that people who didn't really know Sushant, didn't know his mental health status, want to close this conversation by labelling him as an unstable person. An actress I kind of respect, said to me on Twitter that she was sure it was depression that killed Sushant. She added that depression is something you are born with and it cannot be caused by external situations. I told her that this is absolutely UNTRUE!

While there are clinical and hereditary factors that could cause certain types of mental illnesses, ANYONE can become depressed without pre existing conditions. It is also a fact that environmental factors can play an important part in the onset of depression. Here is an excerpt from a reliable source, with the link.

Are people born with a mental illness?

No. A vulnerability to some mental illnesses, such as bipolar mood disorder,can run in families. But other people develop mental illness with no family history.

Many factors contribute to the onset of a mental illness. These include stress, bereavement, relationship breakdown, physical and sexual abuse, unemployment, social isolation, and major physical illness or disability. Our understanding of the causes of mental illness is growing.

Depression can be triggered by bullying too. A large number of LGBTQI people suffer from depression because they have been bullied or abused. I can tell you for a fact that I have no family history of depression, but I still underwent 6 months of severe depression after the Simran episode. It is very likely, looking at the blind items, at at the lack of camaraderie with Sushant at film events, at the jokes on talk shows made at his expense, that he felt bullied. Why is there such reluctance to even have this conversation??

Going Forward

I contacted a few publications to carry this article, but either they didn't respond, or they seemed in no hurry to take this forward. This is one of the reasons I decided to resurrect my blog after seven long years. I feel determined to continue this fight, because I can sense that the public isn't giving this one up. Sushant was one of us. His death has affected people in the depth of their hearts. This isn't like some trending hashtag that will disappear on a twitter timeline. It is an important fight, not only for justice for Sushant, but to ensure that no innocent talent gets snuffed out by an abusive and unfeeling system again.

Going forward, I'm not one to ask for heads to roll. That won't solve the problem or bring back the departed. I just hope that some of my journalist friends will examine how they write about a celebrity or a film in the future. I know of several film scribes who take pride in proper research, in getting their facts right, and in writing with responsibility and balance. I hope it is them, and not the blind item experts, that will be emulated in the future.

I also want to request the authors of blind items to write with caution. A mere story on your page is actually a real, beating heart, living a real life somewhere. Please remember that just like you are sensitive about what is said about you, so is the object of your piece. In fact they maybe far more vulnerable, because they are actually putting themselves out there.

Maybe your words don’t have the power to kill somebody, but they certainly have the power to chip away at a spirit that is trying hard to stay alive.

Adnan Sami joins ‘mafia’ debate

Adnan Sami joins ‘mafia’ debate

Mumbai: Pakistani-born Indian Singer, Adnan Sami finally joined ‘mafia’ debate. Making his stand clear on the debate, he said that mafia does exist in the industry.

Bollywood kisi ke baap ki jaagir nahi hai: Adnan Sami
However, talented people should come forward and find ways to enter the industry. He said, “Bollywood kisi ke baap ki jaagir nahi hai”.

Apart from merely making statements, Sami said that he will take serious steps to support new talents.

Commenting on people who are obstructing widening of talent pool in the industry, he said that talented person should ask them, “who the hell are you”.  

Assuring that he will stand with the people who are facing such problems, he said that many new talented persons are facing it but they are scared to speak against it.

‘Outsider’ tag
Expressing his views on the ‘outsider’ tag, he said that he was an outsider in many ways despite that he could enter the industry. He also said that his journey gives hope and strength to others.

Without revealing details, Sami said that he had also struggled. I will fight for those who are struggling now, he added.

Earlier the singer had written a lengthy note, throwing light on the discrimination that outsiders face.

Do outsiders face discrimination?
“Today, after immense retrospection and self reflection, I have decided to voice my thoughts on some matters plaguing our
industry. I see around me, names of industry leaders , veterans who through their talent and hard work have made a timeless place for themselves in this industry, used as mascots to prove the industry’s acceptance of outsiders.

“Such people, including myself came at a time when the seniors in Bollywood were seasoned, secure within and they respected
talent and saw the value in developing and nurturing new talent for the growth of the industry. There are countless
examples of outsiders and insiders in the past competing for positions and roles that were eventually rewarded on merit,
whom today you look at as ‘stars’ were once banked upon by similar individuals who were willing to be fair and take that
small risk for the bigger picture,” he wrote.

Adnan added: “We have all been privy to how in recent times roles and positions have been rewarded and the truth is, we have
turned a blind eye towards what impact that may be having on the overall culture of how our industry is looked at and most importantly how unwelcoming it makes someone who may not have a lineage feel.

“To be fair, it is only natural for the audiences to show an interest and love for children of artists whom they adore, however to interpret that as a justified place and a right to feel entitled and crack distasteful ‘inside’ jokes in award functions with incredible new artists, as if
they are giving YOU (the audience) the so called ‘Privilege’ (for which they’re being paid!!) to ridicule, humiliate and new talent, which by and large is usually far more talented than them but, they use such tactics inorder to keep themselves ‘insecurely- Secure’ only because they are so called outsiders.”

Adnan emphasised on acknowledging talented people irrespective of whether he/she is an outsider or not.

“Does this happen in the Oscars or Baftas?? NO! This is Bollywood damn it! We have the biggest pool of peopleconsisting of 1.3 billion people.

“What is most important is to acknowledge the incredible children who are truly
gifted with talent regardless of their pedigree that nobody and absolutely nobody is entitled to anything.

” It is the audience who chooses who they want to see and it should be the industry’s duty to give the audience a chance to explore
artists from all walks of life and then they decide who they wish to watch or hear. I have nothing against anyone who
deserves to be in a position as long as it wasn’t snatched away from a more deserving hand based off of privilege.”

Adnan hopes to see industry welcoming talented people with open arms.

“I hope and pray that whilst the world is transitioning and evolving in these times, we return back to our respective
industries to bind a new, empathetic, open minded and welcoming culture.

“A culture that allows a child who may not have
any resources to believe that if he or she is honest, works hard and is talented, can stand shoulder to shoulder with the
greatest stars this country has produced,” Adnan conlcuded.

Raipur: Amar Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh's contribution will always be remembered: Mr. Baghel: Chief Minister announced development of Sonakhan as a tourism center

Raipur: Amar Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh's contribution will always be remembered: Mr. Baghel: Chief Minister announced development of Sonakhan as a tourism center

Memorial of Amar Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh at Sonakhan
Will be given new grandeur


Sonakhan, the birthplace of Amar Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh, will be developed as a tourist center. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel paid a humble tribute to Amar Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh on his martyrdom day today by reaching Sonakhan. On this occasion, he announced the development of Sonakhan as a tourist center and talked about developing various facilities there by giving new grandeur to the memorial built there. Urban Administration Minister Dr. Shivkumar Dahria, MLA Mr. Mohan Markam, Kasdol MLA Ms. Shakuntala Sahu and several public representatives and family members of Amar Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh were present in the program.

    Chief Minister Mr. Baghel while addressing the program organized on the martyrdom and tribute day of Amar Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh at village Sonakhan of Kasdol development block of Balodabazar-Bhatapara district, said that in the glorious history of Indian independence movement, Veer Narayan Singh of Veer son of Chhattisgarh The sacrifice will always be remembered. He said that Veer Narayan Singh, the true son of Chhattisgarh Mahtari, who in the first freedom struggle movement of the country in 1857, communicated patriotism among the people. During the terrible famine of 1856, to save the poor from hunger, they fought fiercely against the British rule and laid down their lives for the betterment of the people. Freedom of the country and service, dedication and sacrifice to the motherland will always be remembered.

    In the program organized at Sonakhan, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel honored Shaheed Veer Narayan's seventh generation Mr. Rajinder Singh Dewan and other family members. On this occasion, school children presented several patriotic cultural programs based on the personality and work of martyr Veer Narayan Singh.

Aamir Khan unveils the logo of 'Laal Singh Chaddha'

Aamir Khan unveils the logo of 'Laal Singh Chaddha'

'Jalebi' actor Sanchay Goswami's WhatsApp account hacked

'Jalebi' actor Sanchay Goswami's WhatsApp account hacked

Mumbai: An actor has complained to Mumbai Police that an unidentified person allegedly hacked his WhatsApp account and made obscene video calls from it to his friends and colleagues, a police official said on Wednesday.

Based on the complaint, the Goregaon police here registered an FIR on Tuesday against the unidentified person under Indian Penal Code Section 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult modesty of a woman) and provisions of the Information Technology Act, he said.

Sanchay Goswami, who has worked in some films and television serials, told the police that someone gained unauthorised access to his WhatsApp account, which was then converted into a business account.

The hacker later started sending obscene messages and making video calls to his colleagues and friends, the official said.

One of Goswami's friend received a video call from his number in which a man could be seen masturbating, following which she immediately informed the actor about it.

Later, some of Goswami's other colleagues also got obscene calls and messages on WhatsApp following which he approached the police, the official said.

Goswami told PTI that while he was returning from the Mumbai airport around 12.15 am on Monday, he got a six-digit OTP (one-time password) on his mobile phone which he ignored.

He then got a call from an international number and thought it was from his brother who lives in the US.

That call showed a computer generated six-digit pin, so he disconnected it immediately as he found it to be fishy.

He then started getting more calls and OTP and later his phone got switched off, the actor said.

"Then I started getting calls from my friends and family members on my other number about my WhatsApp account being hacked," he said.

He then got to know about his friends receiving obscene messages and video calls, Goswami said, adding that some of them also get OTPs and spam messages.

He then rushed to Goregaon police station and submitted a written complaint.

The actor said he later also posted a message on all his social media accounts, including Instagram and Facebook, apologising to his friends and family members, and asked them not to accept any calls on WhatsApp from his number.

"We have registered the FIR and an investigation is underway," the police official said.


Will Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan be together again? The answer is here

Will Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan be together again? The answer is here

New Delhi,  Since Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan have been separated since then, they have always been in news for some reason. These days, while on one side Malaika Arora and Boney Kapoor's son Arjun Kapoor are in the news about the relationship, Arbaaz Khan is in the news about his girlfriend Giorgia Andriani. Meanwhile, the news of Malaika and Arjun look sharp and the news of their marriage gets sharpened, while Arbaaz and his alleged girlfriend Girija, the photos begin to catch up with the headlines. Both of them had finished their 18-year marriage in 2017. Now news is coming that Malaika and Arbaaz can come together once again.

Yes, Malaika and Arbaaz may have come together again, even if they have been divorced. But it will be on the TV screen, not in Real Life, but. In fact, after the Kapil Sharma Show, Salman Khan is producing the ninth edition of Nach Baliye. The specialty of the show is that there will be five couples who are in a relationship with each other, while the other five pairs will be those in which separation has been done. In such a situation, Malika and Arbaab can sit for the chair of the judge, because the couple is in the cup of separation. According to sources associated with the team, Malika and Arbaaz are considered to be the strong contenders of this show. Malaika is a wonderful dancer on one side, while Arbaaz's personality is quite impressive. In this case, this pair is perfect for the judge. But if Malaika and Arbaab are ready to come together, they will have to wait until July.

Let me tell you that Arjun Kapoor was a birthday on June 26, and on this special occasion Malaika has shared the picture with his official Instagram Arjun. Malaika Arora has shared a post on social media and congratulated the birthday to Arjun Kapoor. Significantly, this is the first time when Malaika Arora shares her photo with Instagram on Arjun Kapoor with Arjun Kapoor.


Malaika Arora in a black lace lingerie is all things hot; see pic

Malaika Arora in a black lace lingerie is all things hot; see pic

Malaika Arora is one of the hottest mommies around town and has always managed to soar temperatures with her perfectly chiselled body! She has never failed to amaze us with that perfect body of hers every single time she posts a picture and soars the temperature. She has given us all fitness and fashion goals, but her latest Instagram post will prove why she is one of the best supermodels of all times in our industry.

She is seen wearing sexy lingerie and posing like the boss woman she is with her hair tied in a high pony tail. She looks absolutely stunning in that pose and we just can’t seem to get our eyes off her. We wonder what brand she’s posing for, no matter what it is, we can’t wait to see the result.

Take a look at her picture.

Malaika Arora in a black lace lingerie is all things hot; see pic

She usually posts videos of her yoga and pilates sessions on her Instagram and they are totally worth the wait. How did you like this picture of Malaika and what do you think she’s working on this time? Let us know.


Salman Khan reveals why father Salim Khan scolded him over ‘flip-flops’

Salman Khan reveals why father Salim Khan scolded him over ‘flip-flops’

Sony Entertainment Television’s comedy show, The Kapil Sharma Show is all geared up to bring to its viewers yet another, ‘dhamakedaar’ weekend with Bollywood’s superstar Salman Khan and the graceful Katrina Kaif who will be seen promoting their upcoming film, Bharat on the show. Viewers are in for a hilarious episode where, Salman Khan and Katrina won’t be able to escape Kapil Sharma’s humour and wit. On the other hand, Salman Khan who is known to be a family man is often seen speaking respectfully about his family and at the same time, brings out their funny side as well. While talking to Kapil about one such incident, he revealed how his father once scolded for taking his, ‘Filp-flop!’

Kapil Sharma asked Salman Khan to let the audiences know if he has ever shared basic essentials like, clothes, shades, footwear etc. with his family which, is a common happening in a middle-class family to which Salman Khan said, “Everyone ends up wearing someone else’s flip-flop in my family thinking of it as their own. Once, when we were all at home, I had planned to go out. So, I wore the first flip-flop visible to my eye not knowing that it belonged to my father. It was kept outside the bathroom and he was inside. On my return, when he noticed that the flip-flops were missing. The moment I reached home and he saw me wearing then, he scolded me for doing that. Since then, we keep our flip-flops separate.” He ends laughingly.

Continuing the endless gossip further in the show, Kapil asked Salman if he remembers any places where he might have travelled twice or thrice to which Salman said, “My make-up man Raju who has been with me from, Maine Pyaar Kiya days and I must have travelled many times to the same places but we both don’t actually remember it.”