Bollywood celebrities expressed shock and condemned the Paris terror attacks that killed at least 120 people in the French capital, on November 14. Personalities like Priyanka Chopra, Shabana Azmi, Javed Akhtar, Shekhar Kapur, Anil Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha sent out their prayers and condolences to the victims on Twitter
Alia Bhatt picked a winner in a Sanjay Garg lehenga consisting of a pale skirt and dupatta and a royal blue choli. Kareena Kapoor's midnight Sabyasachi lehenga also scored a perfect 10, as did her sister Karisma's red and white gota-worked ensemble
The biggest Diwali party is slated to be that of the Bachchans (Amitabh, Jaya, Abhishek and Aishwarya) who will play host to the creme de la creme of Bollywood tomorrow at their home, Jalsa, in Juhu. Salman Khan is likely to throw an impromptu bash at his house on the day his film Prem Ratan Dhan Payo releases
Last year, the movie extravaganza was going through a financial crunch before it was resurrected through crowd-sourcing and social media campaigns
It took 24 months for actor Anil Kapoor to come up with the second season of his TV series 24. He said, "I have my commitments where films are concerned." Meanwhile, Sonam Kapoor has reportedly approached Katrina Kaif for a role of a parallel lead in an upcoming chick flick. Bollywood celebs are imbibed in the festive fervor as much as their fans.
While Akshay Kumar celebrated Rakhi by shooting a funny video with his sister Alka, Arpita Khan Sharma shared pictures on social media as she celebrated with her brothers Salman Khan and Sohail.
Several Bollywood celebrities attended an ongoing fashion week where Manish Malhotra showcased his collection. Ranbir Kapoor was the showstopper for Manish. Also Karan Johar, Nita Ambani, Tabu, Shraddha Kapoor and Sonali Bendre along with other celebs cheered for Manish as well as Ranbir.
Bollywood celebrities criticized the government's recently decision to block over 800 websites allegedly hosting pornographic content. Some like Sonam Kapoor, Kabir Khan, Farhan Akhtar slammed the decision others like Kalki Koechlin and Nimrat Kaur infused a sense of humour in the situation.
Bollywood celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan and Shabana Azmi are "pained", "shocked" and "sad" at Sunday's attack on a gurdwara in a Milwaukee suburb in the US. They have expressed condolences to the victims.
Remembering all those who lost their lives during the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai, prominent personalities conveyed their prayers to the victims and their families, through Twitter, all day. Take a look.