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The trio of Rajkummar Rao, Shraddha Kapoor and Dinesh Vijan, who gave a superhit horror comedy 'Stree', are going to be seen in another film. Fans were speculating that this film will a sequel to Stree but it is not like that and it will be a new and different film. According to the reports, producer Dinesh Vijan has started working on a new project, in which Rajkummar and Shraddha will be seen in the lead roles and Abhishek Jain will direct the film. Nothing else related to the film has been revealed so far, but Rajkummar and Shraddha coming together after 'Stree' is good news for their fans. It's a double delight for the fans that Rajkummar and Shraddha, the super hit couple will be seen in 'Stree 2' as well as in this film. The director of this film Abhishek Jain has worked with veteran directors like Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Subhash Ghai.
After revealing the soothing yet catchy logo of Laal Singh Chaddha, Aamir Khan shares the exciting and very innocent look from the film which will bring the utmost joy to all our faces. Aamir Khan does it again and creates the magic, revealing his look from Laal Singh Chaddha. The actor has not only nailed the look but also, the warm and endearing look will get the smile on your face after seeing the first look poster of Laal Singh Chaddha. Aamir Khan took to his social media and shared the first look and he writes, "Sat Sri Akaal ji, myself Laal...Laal Singh Chaddha.🙏"
Vidya Balan on Wednesday announced the shooting wrap-up of her upcoming film 'Shakuntala Devi- Human-Computer' in which she is playing the role of the ace mathematician. Shakuntala's ability to make incredibly swift calculations on her fingertips was first discovered at the age of 5 when she solved a math problem for 18-year-old students.Although she never received any formal education her love for numbers won her several awards. The film based on the life of the mathematical is slated to hit theaters during summer 2020.
Bhumi Pednekar is doing the most commercial film of her career with Pati, Patni Aur Woh and it seems like she was inspired by Karisma Kapoor's outstanding act in Biwi No 1! Bhumi says, "I have been a huge fan of Karisma Kapoor since I was a child. I even bought a dress that was similar to the one she wore in Raja Hindustani. For me, she is the epitome of a commercial film heroine and I have seen and loved her films."
Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, who is still in the Intensive Care Unit of a hospital, is doing much better, her family said on Thursday, adding they can't comment further.Mangeshkar, 90, was admitted to the Breach Candy Hospital after she complained of difficulty in breathing last week."Lata Ji is doing much better now. Beyond this, we can't comment. Please respect our privacy, Mangeshkar's niece Rachana Shah told PTI.
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