Anurag Kashyap has denounced trolls in a strongly-worded Facebook post
Yesterday, Zaira Wasim posted a Facebook note apologising for "people (she) met," reportedly after being trolled. She later deleted the post and tweeted saying she was upset that it had been "made national news." She deleted the tweet as well
Zaira Wasim trolled: Veteran actor Anupam Kher tweeted that the apology was unnecessary on Zaira's part but it was "full of courage"
Dangal star Zaira Wasim had posted an apology on Facebook, apparently in response to being massively trolled for meeting J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti
Emma Watson sang Something There from her film Beauty And The Beast, in which she plays the role of Belle, and the Internet loves it
Katrina Kaif tagged Aditya Roy Kapur and said: "If you ever need any advice, please ask, now that I am a six month old Facebook veteran"
Sona Mohapatra writes despite the success of Anoushka Shankar, music festivals like Mood Indigo and NH7 create 'boys clubs'
Jennifer Aniston says social media, specifically the world's dependence on it, is what is preventing a F.R.I.E.N.D.S reunion movie from happening
Here's Amitabh Bachchan's second attempt at Facebook Live, which received 2.88 lakh likes and 1.6 thousand shares. The comments section on both videos just exploded
Katrina Kaif has maintained a holiday log on her Facebook account
Shraavya Reddy lashed out at a pervert who asked her an obscene question during a Facebook live session. In a video that's gone viral on social media, Shraavya can be seen saying, "Come on yaar, why do you guys see my body when I am telling something very important. India is going down man"
"I don't market myself. I don't have a PR person also. I think I would be the only person to not have a PR in today's time. But I am on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to talk or share things. I can write and express my views," Arjun said