Compiled by Anoop Kumar
(This article is sponsored by Monique Kornfeld, Esq.)
Actress Disha Patani who is just two films old in the industry has already signed many pan India and international brands as a brand ambassador, now the actress is one of the youngest brand ambassadors of the soft drink Pepsi. The actress is the youngest brand ambassador to be signed for Pepsi, in terms of career, as well as age. Owing to Disha's popularity in the masses the brand decided to make Disha the brand ambassador has within a few years she has got a very high recall value.By the virtue of the actress' popularity, she is the face of varied brands be it in cosmetics, perfumes, beverages, footwear, and electronics.
Bollywood actor Aamir Khan recently posted a picture with Telugu superstar Chiranjeevi Garu on Twitter, after the two bumped into each other at Kyoto Airport in Japan.The duo can be seen happily posing in the picture and the smile on Aamir's face says it all. Sharing his excitement to meet one of his favourite actors, the `Dangal` actor captioned the picture and tweeted: Ran into one of my favourite actors, Superstar Chiranjeevi Garu at Kyoto airport! What a pleasant surprise :-) . Discussed his new project about freedom fighter Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy. You are always such an inspiration sir. Love.`
Adding another point to his long list of achievements, Karan Johar, one of the most prominent personalities in Bollywood industry, has become India's first filmmaker to have a wax statue at Madame Tussauds in Singapore. Karan unveiled his wax statue on Thursday and was accompanied by his mother Hiroo Johar.`WAXED!!! At Singapore Madame Tussauds! What fun with my mom Hiroo Johar and my family! Anushka Khanna Priyanka Khanna, masi Payal and my surprise from friends who are too shy to be named!` the director wrote in an Instagram post that features a series of pictures from the event. In the picture, Karan can be seen posing with his wax statue.
Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has announced that he will be making his acting debut in his next bilingual project "Cobra", which he will co-direct with Agasthya Manju.The announcement comes just a week after the release of "Lakshmi NTR", RGV's film on the purpose of Lakshmi Parvathi in legendary actor and former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao's (NTR) life. On the occasion of his 57th birthday on Sunday, Varma took to Twitter to announce his next project.
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says his granddaughter Aaradhya likes to come and destroy his working desk, and that brings immense joy to him. Aaradhya is the daughter of Abhishek and Aishwarya. His daughter Shweta has two children -- daughter Navya Naveli and son Agastya.Big B opened up about his grandchildren when he appeared on the season finale episode of "Starry Nights 2.Oh!", read a statement. "I've loved all of them. When I want to spoil my grandkids, I am so authoritative that their parents dare not oppose me," Amitabh said.
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