It’s been just three days since Kareena Kapoor Khan joined Instagram and she has been treating fans with the best posts ever. Until now, the actor has shared photos with son Taimur Ali Khan, husband and actor Saif Ali Khan and mother Babita too. Today, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, Kareena had shared a candid click of Babita with Taimur. She had captioned the photo stating, “Boss. Mother. Woman. Legend.08.03.2020”
Now, she shared a selfie with her sister and Karisma Kapoor with mother Babita. The sweet moment was captured at the premiere of Lolo’s comeback show and digital debut Mentalhood. Kareena posted the selfie with a caption which read as, “Wonder women… My life in colour”.
Check it out below:
on Mar 8, 2020 at 6:36am PDT
At the premiere of Mentalhood, Kareena was asked about the opportunity of working with Karisma. She said, “We have always wanted to work together but till now we haven’t got that kind of script. We have not liked anything. Somebody should come with a good script then, we will consider.”
Bebo also spoke about the show by saying, “I think everybody is excited especially for Lolo (Karisma’s pet name). I think we all, as fans, have waited for her, to watch her on-screen. We wanted her to come back after so many years. So, I am as excited and nervous as she is. I know that she feeling very nervous.
Kunal Kemmu was among the many celebrities who welcomed Kareena Kapoor Khan on Instagram
Kareena Kapoor made her Instagram debut two days back. She received a warm welcome from all industry friends, some of who posted a welcome on their own profile. Kunal was among one of those celebrities who welcomed Bebo with a photo of them together.
He declared that Instagram became a lot cooler after his sister-in-law Kareena entered it. “Instagram just got cooler.. welcome @kareenakapoorkhan,” posted Kunal Kemmu. Soon after, Kareena commented, “@khemster2 not that I wasn’t always stalking you.” This comment made Kunal laugh.
Here’s the post and their conversation:
Kareena Kapoor Khan posted the first photo of herself from a brand endorsement. She then posted photos of her with baby Taimur Ali Khan, husband Saif Ali Khan with him and mother Babita with him. Even when she was not on Instagram, Kareena always stayed close to Tim as well as his cousin Inaaya Naumi Kemmu (daughter of Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu) along wherever they went.
On the work front, Kareena will be seen in the upcoming movies ‘Angrezi Medium’, Karan Johar’s ‘Takht’ and ‘Laal Singh Chadha’ opposite Aamir Khan. While ‘Angrezi Medium’ marks Irrfan Khan’s comeback in Bollywood, ‘Takht’ will feature her pairing with Ranveer Singh for the first time. ‘Laal Singh Chadha’, on the other hand, is the Hindi adaptation of ‘Forrest Gump’.
Kareena Kapoor Khan made her Instagram debut a day back, but that did not involve either Saif Ali Khan or Taimur Ali Khan
Kareena’s second Instagram post is photo with Taimur Ali Khan
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Kareena Kapoor Khan made her Instagram debut a day back. She shared a photo from her bagging an endorsement as the first image. Now Kareena shared her second image with her baby Taimur Ali Khan.
In the adorable image, Kareena carries Taimur in her arms. The image has been captured in black and white. Alongside her photo with Taimur, Kareena wrote, “The only one I will ever allow to steal my frame…”
Here’s the post:
Kareena revealed about her Instagram debut in an interview in Mid-Day. At the time, she had said, “I have always believed in ‘Never say never’. The world of Instagram was daunting for me because I didn’t want to get addicted to ‘likes’ on pictures or sharing details of my life. But I realised I have to move with the times. I am joining social media for my fans, who have supported me for 20 years. I want [to share details] of my life with my fans.”
Kareena’s profile picture was of her younger self posing with her fingers in her mouth. People found resemblance to Taimur on that too. On the work front, Kareena will next be seen in Irrfan Khan’s Bollywood comeback film ‘Angrezi Medium’. She will also be seen in Aamir Khan’s film ‘Laal Singh Chadha’, which is the Hindi adaptation of ‘Forrest Gump’.
Bollywood actress Swara Bhasker, who sent an SOS appeal to the people of New Delhi after violence at Jawaharlal Nehru University, has thanked her fans and followers for their prompt response.
The Tanu Weds Manu actress took to Instagram sharing a video of large number of people, who gathered outside JNU after her SOS appeal, informed that her mother was safe, the university was at peace and the gates were open for now.
Swara’s mother Ira Bhaskar is a professor of cinema studies in JNU in Delhi, where violence broke out on Sunday evening. Some masked miscreants entered the university campus and attacked students as well as teachers.
She took Instagram and sent an ‘URGENT SOS appeal’. “Urgent appeal!!!! To all Delhiites PLS gather in large numbers outside the Main Gate of JNU campus on Baba Gangnath Marg.. to pressure the govt. & #DelhiPolice to stop the rampage by alleged ABVP masked goons on JNU campus. PLS PLS share to everyone in Delhi!”
Later, she said “My mom is safe. JNU is peaceful for now and the gates are open! BIGGEST and Most HEARTFELT thanks to everyone who reached out today with concern and wishes.”
“Thank you so much! I’m so deeply moved and grateful! Eternal gratitude to the citizen protestors of Delhi who showed up at JNU main gate earlier tonight- you saved JNU!”
“Thanks to the media channels and reporters who risked their own safety and showed India and the world what Kind of terror was unleashed today by the politics of hate!”
Actor Russell Crowe has used his winner’s speech at the Golden Globes to raise awareness of the deadly bushfire crisis in Australia.
“Make no mistake. The tragedy unfolding in Australia is climate change-based,” he said in a message read out on stage by show host Jennifer Aniston.
Crowe won the award for his portrayal of Fox News Chief Executive Roger Ailes in The Loudest Voice in the Room.
His comments join a wave of celebrity support for the fire response.
At least 24 people have died since the fires began in September.
The fires are a natural part of the Australian weather cycle, but have been worsened this year by hotter-than-average temperatures and a persistent drought in many areas.
Crowe is one of thousands of Australian residents whose homes have been lost or damaged by the bushfires, which are affecting every state and territory.
“We need to act based on science, move our global workforce to renewable energy and respect our planet for the unique and amazing place it is,” he said in his message.
Crowe was not at the Golden Globes ceremony in Hollywood – Aniston said he had stayed at home to protect his family.
He has been posting regularly on social media since the fires began, about the damage to his home but also encouraging donations to the largely volunteer fire services.
His latest video showed his Golden Globe alongside his firefighting equipment.
Actress Cate Blanchett also paid tribute at the ceremony to the largely volunteer firefighting operation, saying: “When one country is facing a climate disaster, we are all facing a climate disaster.”
And Joaquin Phoenix, who won best actor in a drama for The Joker, called on Hollywood to “get unified and make some changes” on climate change.
Sports and celebrity donations
The Golden Globe speeches are part of a surge of celebrity activism over the past week, as the scale of the crisis has become more known internationally.
Scores of actors, singers and sports stars – Australian or otherwise – have donated to help the victims of the fires or are encouraging others to do so.
Australian actress Margot Robbie shared an emotional appeal on Instagram on Monday showing pictures of her childhood to show “how beautiful our country is”.
“It is so beautiful and it’s really hurting right now,” she said, while calling for her followers to give to various charities “to give future generations the kind of childhood I was so lucky to have”.
Prominent Australian writers have also joined forces under the #AuthorsForFireys hashtag on Twitter, auctioning off personalised pieces of writing, workshops, illustrations or coaching in exchange for donations.
She shared an image of her mother-in-law’s home, saying: “It’s terrifying. They are scared.”
Kim Kardashian-West, who has nearly 63 million followers on Twitter, tweeted a string of news articles about the fires on 3 January, followed by the message: “Climate change is real”, while Selena Gomez, with more than 59 million followers on Twitter, also called for donations.
Karan Johar writes a heartfelt note after Good Newwz’s success. Photo: DNA India
Karan Johar recently wrote a heartfelt Instagram post for Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor, Diljit Dosanjh, Kiara Advani, as well as the team after their film crossed Rs 200crore worldwide.
Filmmaker and Bollywood powerhouse, Karan Johar’s congratulatory Instagram post was well received by fans and the cast of Good Newwz, alike.
He excitedly revealed how the film crossed the Rs 200-crore-mark in worldwide box office collection. Good Newwz has ended up impressing both critics and audiences alike with its witty humor and significant message.
Karan shared a poster from the film last Friday, writing, “That feeling of pride when a group of solid minds come together to make a cracker of a film! A film that is as we speak crossed the 200 crore gross mark worldwide and Besides the box office has garnered so much love and cheer in the cinemas! A big shout out to @johaikapoor for bringing the screenplay to our home at @dharmamovies!”
“To the stoic and supreme @somenmishra for spotting the potential and nurturing the journey on the film! To @shashankkhaitan for being such a rock solid mentor and friend and whose huge heart will always give him applause and love! To the amazingly talented debut director @raj_a_mehta for treating such a delicate story with emotional expertise ….for making the humour come through with panache and aplomb!” he added.
“Here’s a director I can’t wait to see the journey of…Cracking dialogues by @rishiwrites…a huge shout out to the amazing cast @akshaykumar for immediately agreeing to be on board as soon as he heard just the one line! For his tremendous faith in our debut director and his staunch support through the journey! the fantastic @diljitdosanjh and his sincere charisma and superb comic timing the gorgeous @kiaraaliaadvani for her supreme innocence and ability to move us to tears always …to my #bebo for being the ultimate movie star and pulling of a monologue like only she can!” Karan concluded by writing.
Akshay Kumar reveals his thoughts on donning a sari in Laxmmi Bomb. Photo: Instagram
Twenty nineteen and 2020 seem be great years for Akshay Kumar, as his films keep breaking records. However, it does not appear that his success comes without hard labor.
Recently, another movie seems to be under works with Akshay. He gave fans a sneak peak of his film Laxmmi Bomb and blasted the internet into smithereens.
During a conversation with Mid Day, the star revealed that he was actually quite comfortable in a sari, despite what many others feel. He was quoted saying, “I am comfortable in a sari and had no problem shooting in it. I love doing tricky stuff. It is one of the most difficult characters I have played. I had to internalize the character and get the body language right.”
“Navratri is about bowing to the inner goddess and celebrating your limitless strength. On this auspicious occasion, I am sharing with you my look as Laxmmi. A character I am both excited and nervous about… but then life begins at the end of our comfort zone… isn’t it? #LaxmmiBomb.”
Actor Dhanush posted on his Twitter page that do not believe the rumors about Vada Chennai 2
In tweet about this, I do not know what caused confusion among my fans. Part Two of the NorthCenter is ready soon. At the same time, stay tuned for more information on my Twitter. Please, don’t believe the rumors that my picture is coming. Thank you.
As per the rumours in social media it’s been rumoured that Vada Chennai is not happening. The actual delay behind the shooting is several actors who played a key role in the movie are busy with some other projects.
DTNext last week,“ThoughVada Chennaidid well at the box office, the residents of north Chennai weren’t happy about the way their lifestyle has been portrayed on-screen. Vetrimaaran is now finding it tough to shoot for the remaining sequences in the same locality. Moreover, a couple of artistes who played pivotal roles inVada Chennaigot busy with other projects. That’s why the film has been shelved.”
The original film released in October 2018. It faced protests from north Chennai residents, mainly from the fishermen and women who said they were portrayed negatively in the film. A police complaint was also lodged against the use of abusive and offensive words.
Following this, Vetrimaaran issued anapology saying he or his team did not intend to offend anyone, and removed the controversial scenes. They said the next two sequels will be a more realistic portrayal of the people of north Chennai.
A technical glitch on the servers made Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram down for long hours including Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram was reversed after 12 hours.
There were 10,000 of complaints all over the world that photos, text messages, videos, and voice messages could not be downloaded or sent. Facebook reported that the problem was mostly in Europe and the United States. Instagram made an announcement on Twitter that Users were unable to upload and send images and Instagram is down.
We’re aware that some people are having trouble uploading or sending images and videos on Instagram. We’re sorry for the trouble and are working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible. #instagramdown
Official Instagram announcement in Twitter
After 7 hours from the announcement Instagram made an official statement that they are back online
We’re back! The issue has been resolved and we should be back at 100% for everyone. We’re sorry for any inconvenience.
Official Instagram announcement in Twitter
Full-scale measures were taken to rectify the problem. Technicians have long fought and solved this problem. When Facebook encountered a similar problem in March, Facebook services were disabled for 24 hours.