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Janhvi Kapoor isn't interested in gossip about her personal life, especially regarding her relationship with Shikhar Pahariya. Despite media speculation, she keeps mum about it. Recently, when an Instagram paparazzi page claimed Janhvi Kapoor would marry Shikhar at Tirupati Temple in a gold saree, Janhvi shut down the rumors with a witty comeback In response to the paparazzi post on Instagram, Janhvi simply commented, "Kuch bhi (What even)" Many fans responded with laughing emojis under her comment. 
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Bollywood’s versatile actor Rajkummar Rao, who is currently on a promotional spree for his upcoming film ‘Srikanth’, got candid about his struggle days in Mumbai. In an interview, he recalled surviving on Parle G and Frooti as his lunch to save money. Rajkummar Rao made his acting debut in Dibakar Banerjee’s ‘Love Sex aur Dhokha’ in 2010. Over the years he has been credited with movies like ‘Stee’, ‘Queen’, ‘Aligarh’, ‘Newton’, and ‘Monica, O My Darling’ to name a few.  Speaking to Ranveer Allahbadia, Rajkummar shared, “The most difficult time was facing financial difficulty and getting no work. My mother supported me a lot and when I would run out of money, she would arrange it and send. I remember once I was left with only Rs 18 in my account and that too in a city like Mumbai. I used to spend very frugally. We three used to live in one flat and I used to skip lunch and have one Parle G and Frooti for lunch. My lunch would cost me Rs 4 at the time.”
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Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s 'Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar' has been a hot topic since it came out. While some people are loving its stunning visuals, others are pointing out inaccuracies in its historical portrayal. In a recent chat, Sonakshi Sinha, who has a key role in the Netflix series, defended it against those critiquing its historical accuracy. She emphasized that the creators never claimed it to be a history lesson and clarified that the show is fictionalized. In a conversation with ETimes, Sonakshi said, “When did we promise people a history lesson?” Sonakshi explained that the show takes cues from the actual Hira Mandi in Lahore but stressed that it doesn't claim to be historically accurate. She emphasized that 'Heeramandi' is a world crafted by Bhansali. Sonakshi endorsed the director's signature visual style, highlighting that it's exactly what viewers can expect from Heeramandi. She continued. “He’s selling you the idea of a dream and a vision, and that’s what he’s known for.” Sonakshi highlighted the double standards of critics who praise Netflix's 'Bridgerton,' despite its fictionalized portrayal of history, yet criticize 'Heeramandi' for its historical inaccuracies. She called for fair treatment, urging people to appreciate 'Heeramandi' for its entertainment value, just like they do with Bridgerton.
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