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Ever since the trailer and poster of Adipurush have been released, netizens are mighty excited to witness Kriti’s portrayal of Janaki and have been flooding social media with their praising comments and love for the actress. Kriti Sanon, who is playing the character of Janaki in the upcoming film 'Adipurush', took to her social media to urge all adults to take their kids to watch the film. The actress shared a carousel of videos of little ones reciting the songs of the film and imitating its dialogues. Kriti also shared videos of adorable little girls, recreating Janaki's look and dialogues. In the caption, she wrote, "As a child, the impact of visuals is a lot more than that of stories we hear. Our Visual memory is stronger and stays with us longer. I’m so happy that these lil ones and today’s generation is getting to watch Ramayana on the big screen. Ramayana is a very important part of our history, culture & values and we must pass this to every generation. #Adipurush releases tomorrow in theatres and I request you all to take your kids along to watch this film. Jai Siya Ram."
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Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Avneet Kaur's kissing scene in the trailer of Tiku Weds Sheru has caused quite an uproar. The trailer for Tiku Weds Sheru was released on Wednesday. It featured a kissing scene involving Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Avneet Kaur, which seems to have not gone down well with a section of social media users. Users on Reddit have called the scene "gross", given the huge age gap between the lead pair. Nawazuddin Siddiqui, 49, is seen getting married to 21-year-old Avneet Kaur in the film. Many reacted to a Reddit post that said, "It's so disappointing to see Avneet Kaur, who is just 21, paired opposite someone (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), who is 49." One user wrote, "Shocking how it's coming from Kangana." Some even questioned Nawazuddin's movie choices.'Tiku Weds Sheru' stars Avneet Kaur as Tiku and Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Sheru in the lead. It marks the Bollywood debut of the female lead, Avneet Kaur. The film is directed by Sai Kabir. Nawazuddin Siddiqui clarified at the trailer launch that he had no choice but to say yes to the movie given the Queen actress, Kangana Ranaut, flew to Bengaluru to meet him to pitch the movie to him. His leading lady, Avneet, was in tears while talking about her debut film with Nawaz and Kangana. "This was a big deal for me. We have discussed each and every scene with each other." "Tiku Weds Sheru is a comedy-drama that weaves elements of real-life struggles that people go through with a unique love story. Tiku and Sheru, are very different personalities who have a common dream. What excited me about Sheru is that while personifying challenges faced by individuals aspiring to achieve success in the entertainment industry, he is relatable, brings his own set of quirks, and stands out as an endearing character," said Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
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The internet is currently inundated with tweets from sharp observer fans who were quick to spot Hrithik Roshan’s iconic car chase sequence from War's climax, in the Spanish film 'My Fault'. The Spanish film 'My Fault' (Culpa Mia) recently dropped on Amazon Prime Video. The film has got Indian movie buffs abuzz on social media owing to Hrithik Roshan’s action scene from 'War' being featured in the film, inspiring the pivotal climax sequence. Earlier this year, another Hrithik Roshan film created international ripples as 'Bang Bang' had a limited release in Japan, creating a frenzy in the audience.Taking to Twitter, a user posted the scene of the Spanish film 'The Fault' where the scene of 'War' is featured while the leading actors discuss the possibility of the scene to be true. The user appreciated director Siddharth Anand in the caption and wrote, "#HrithikRoshan’s war movie reference in a hollywood film Wah Siddharth Anand." Fans seemed happy and proud about this and showed the love in comment section. Appreciating Bollywood and the team of 'War', a fan wrote, "Bollywood craze in foreign." Other comments like, "Thats great", "Siddharth Aanand inspiring everybody to dream big", "Excellent" were also seen on the post.
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