Disha Patani wrote: "It's easier to judge a woman on the basis of how much they cover up their skin"
M.S. Dhoni actor Sushant Singh Rajput shared a beautiful poem he wrote last year for his late mother
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Rajat Kapoor was trolled on Twitter after he commented on actor Sushant Singh Rajput's looks in his latest film M S Dhoni: The Untold Story in which he plays the titular role
The technology team recreated footage of "Dhoni playing for the Indian cricket team in milestone matches, seamlessly inserting actor Sushant Singh Rajput into the scenes to ensure the continuity of the narrative"
The film has found fans amongst the film industry and the reason is none other than Sushant, who has been receiving praise from many notable personalities on Twitter
"Sushant is exceptional, he has totally imitated me the way I talk, the way I walk, he has copied everything, that's the beauty of it. When we talk about cricket specifically, he has practiced for 9 months, for two to two and a half hours every day, infact now he can even participate as a cricketer, in between where there is off season for movies, he can go and play a lot of leagues," Dhoni said at an event here
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Wouldn't Kiara, who made her Bollywood debut with 2014 film Fugly, have liked a wee bit more of the spotlight? The actress says, "I always knew what I was getting into and had no qualms about it. Every character in the film is instrumental in taking Dhoni's story forward"
"I wanted to play like him. But I didn't want to imitate him. I didn't want to consciously pick up those nuances in Dhoni's personality that people immediately identify with him. I wanted my performance to grow organically," said Sushant
Herry said in a statement: "To get into the character of Yuvraj Singh, I had to train for two months. Not only that, I had to also lose 15 kg to look like Yuvraj. Neeraj sir and the production team had hired a dietician who looked after what I ate and made sure I lost the required amount of weight"