Kiku Sharda's colleagues have reacted with anger and disbelief to his arrest for imitating self-styled guru Baba Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh and actor Rishi Kapoor has tweeted in his customary provocative style. "See this picture!I would like to play this rockstar in a film. Let me see who puts me behind bars?"
Bollywood celebs and showbiz personalities including Lata Mangeshkar, Karan Johar, Rishi Kapoor and Anushka Sharma mourned the demise of veteran actress on Twitter. "RIP Sadhana aunty, your legacy of beauty, poise and utmost grace will live on forever," tweeted KJo
For the last two days, the 63-year-old star of films such as Amar Akbar Anthony and Rafoo Chakkar has been defending himself against charges of having been anti-Islamic and also anti-Prime Minister Modi in separate tweets. "Never said anything anti Islam as thought by some youngsters," Rishi Kapoor wrote on Twitter
"Saeed Jaffrey was a multifaceted actor whose flair and versatility will always be remembered," read a tweet from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's office. Actor Rishi Kapoor, Saeed Jaffrey's co-star in films like Henna, Ajooba and Saagar, also tweeted: "R I P. My friend, my colleague of several films"
All three actresses in Rishi Kapoor's tweet have been his co-stars - Simi Garewal in Mera Naam Joker and Karz, Shabana Azmi in films like Amar Akbar Anthony and Divya Dutta in Delhi 6
Rishi Kapoor's latest tweet is pure gold, forgive the precious metal-related pun. It stars composer Bappi Lahiri who is (in)famous for the multiple gold necklaces he habitually wears. Rishi Kapoor, an Agent Provocateur of sorts on Twitter, often makes his colleagues the butt of his jokes, and frequently complains about his followers
Actor Rishi Kapoor took a trip down the memory lane as his comedy drama film Do Dooni Chaar completed five years of its release. The actor tweeted: "Time flies. 5 years of DDC. Habib we should have attempted a sequel. Anyway, a film we the team will cherish"
A series of typically foul-mouthed tweets had prompted Rishi Kapoor to say he was going complain to Twitter authorities. KRK responded with the threat of a defamation suit, also threatening to take action against websites reporting his tweets and Twitter itself. The war is still on, from KRK's side at least.
We're not going to reproduce KRK's rant against Rishi Kapoor (and his actor son Ranbir who is not on Twitter) because most of the tweets contains abusive language. It's unclear whether anyone has previously reported KRK before, or whether Mr Kapoor is actually going to. In any case, KRK ought to consider himself warned
The 63-year-old actor took to Twitter on September 12, to praise Mohit, who became a household name after he played the role of Bharat in Banoo Main Teri Dulhann. Mohit Malik is currently a part of in dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Reloaded. The cinema icon says that Mohit will make it big as a star
Mr Kapoor, 63, tweeted in typically outspoken, somewhat provocative fashion: Jaago India Jaago. Stop all this in the name of religion. All taking the nation for a ride. Kabhi Radhe baby Kabhi meat ban! Kya ho raha hai?. He is the latest celebrity to join the chorus of protests against the week-long ban on meat in Mumbai to coincide with a Jain festival
Trolls are unforgiving. Trolls are cruel. Trolls are also supremely democratic. As several of Bollywood's social media fraternity have discovered the hard way, a virtual army of trolls is hard to battle should you have been so unwise to put yourself in harm's way with an ill-considered tweet