Compiled by Anoop Kumar
(This article is sponsored by Monique Kornfeld, Esq.)
Indian playback singer Shreya Ghoshal recently tied the knot with long-time boyfriend Shiladitya Mukherjee in a quiet ceremony on February 5. On January 30 as the secret wedding preparations rolled out, the singer expressed her nervousness on Twitter through a cryptic tweet. “Don’t know if I'm super nervous or super excited.. Never felt like this b4. Whatever I am up to I will let u know soon;) but need ur wishes," she wrote. On February 6, the singer broke the news about her wedding to her fans through social media. According to her post, the wedding was a simple affair that took place amidst family and close friends. She posted a picture with her husband and said, "Married the love of my life @shiladitya last night surrounded by our families n close frnds, exciting new life awaits." (sic) On the work front, Shreya will be returning to the UK for her tour later this year.
Actress Sonam Kapoor registered a complaint with the Juhu police on February 5 after she found a diamond necklace missing from her bungalow. The Juhu police have registered a theft case against unknown persons and have begun investigations. According to Juhu police officials, Sonam and her mother Sunita approached them on February 5 to lodge a complaint of theft under Section 380 of the Indian Penal Code. In her complaint, Sonam has said that on February 4 she had attended a party in Bandra when she was wearing the necklace and other jewellery, and returned late in the night. She then kept the necklace in a drawer in her room at 2 am, but later the same day she found it missing. According to the actress, she had been given six boxes of jewellery from a renowned jeweller for an endorsement and she wore this jewellery costing crores overall to the party.
"Roy" needed a "character" and not a "lead actor", says its director Vikramjit Singh, who feels that Ranbir Kapoor fit the bill for it due to his risk-taking ability. Singh told IANS: "When you write a film, you have a wish list of actors ready. The role in 'Roy' is not a typical lead role. It's a character. I have seen Ranbir's work. He doesn't shy away from taking risks."We have seen him doing a film like 'Barfi!' in which he didn't have any dialogue. Also, his vision is different. He had faith in the film, and so he said yes to 'Roy'."
Nude photographs of Radhika Apte have gone viral on the internet. The actress is shocked that someone is misusing her name. Radhika, "Anyone with a sane mind will know that it's not me. They are not my photographs. There is nothing more that I have to say."
Filmmaker Karan Johar, known for his glamorous movies, sharp one-liners and sense of humour, is seen in a new avatar in a poster of his acting project "Bombay Velvet". His villainous look with a shrewd smile and a moustache has got a thumbs up from his friends and colleagues from tinsel town. In the Anurag Kashyap directorial, Karan plays Kaizad Khambatta, an arch rival of street fighter Johnny Balraj, played by Ranbir Kapoor.
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