"And it's a wrap! Can't believe how quickly 24 India Season 2 has come to an end! It has been a learning, emotional and an amazing journey," Anil Kapoor tweeted
Ranveer, who wore a pajama at the same awards last year, decided to go formal. But wait a minute; did he just add a skirt to his Dsquared2 black suit? It was something like when Bajirao met James Bond look.
"Sanam has been very busy with Jhalak and likewise I was with Nagarjun. We both needed a break and wanted to spend some time together to compensate for the last few crazy months spent working on individual projects," Abigail said in a statement
After Pink, set in urban India and discussing the tough life of working women, director Leela Yadav brings Parched, a tale set in rural Kutch.
"Once I got a call and they said they're doing this film in Bollywood and 'I want you to have a meeting with them. But would you be okay sleeping with that person?' And I laughed. I said you're so funny, you're very funny and I said no I'm not. Ask him to go to hell," said Radhika Apte
Shah Rukh Khan, Shilpa Shetty, Surveen Chawla complimented Bulleya from Karan Johar's Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. Meanwhile fans have started trending 'Ranbir and Aishwarya' on Twitter
Actor Adil Hussain tweeted the news on Friday and also shared a copy of the letter from Margaret Herrick Library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Set in a desert village, Parched is the story of four rural women who struggle with marital abuse and gender discrimination. Mai Re Mai tells the more joyous tale of how they make the best of their lives, as parched and arid as the land they inhabit
Parched is less lyrical than other desert sagas in the past. More brutal. Yet beautiful. The women seem to take to the patriarchal clobbering with a great deal of reluctance and a whole lot of sisterly camaraderie
"Parched. A film about women, friendships and simply being brave enough to find a happier ending. Being happy could just b a guilt free choice," Kajol tweeted on Monday.
"This film isn't about women only, but also about the men, where both are victims. It is the societal pressure which forces men to do things apart from the mind-set," said Ajay
"People have a tendency to sensationalise things. I think it should be stopped now. By exaggerating it, we are giving much importance to these things," says director Leena Yadav