The article, which appeared in a daily, quotes the Shilpa Shetty, 41, as advocating that certain books be taught in schools. She listed the allegorical Animal Farm, thought to be a critique of Stalinism, with the Harry Potter books, the Lord of the Rings series and Little Women. "A book like Animal Farm can teach the little ones to love and care for animals," Shilpa, who has a four-year-old son, is quoted as saying
Ahil, who arrived in March this year, is the subject of several pictures posted online by his parents. Sometimes, when we're really lucky, we get to see Salman and Ahil enjoying some one-on-one time
On a lighter note, he tells NDTV that coming home and farming is like a detox regime and an inspiration. He observes and understands characters in the village and enacts them in his movies, 'my character in the movie Talaash was inspired from here and my search for inspiration always brings me back to my roots'
Nawazuddin Siddiqui shared pictures from his recent trip back home to Budhana in Uttar Pradesh where he ploughed mustard fields