Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla shared a throwback pic with Shah Rukh Khan on the 21st anniversary of the film Yes Boss. Meanwhile, Soorma team including Diljit Dosanjh, Chitrangda Singh and others appreciated Jhajjar Police's initiative for making Dubaldhan village's poor kids watch the film at a cinema hall.
Throwback Thursday: Juhi Chawla shares throwback picture with Shah Rukh Khan from Yes Boss
Veteran Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla walked down the memory lane but a little earlier. On Wednesday, she shared a throwback picture from her 1997’s hit film Yes Boss which also starred Shah Rukh Khan. The film released on 18th July, 1997 and was declared an instant hit on the box office. Juhi shared two pictures that look like snapshots from the song ‘Main Koi Aisa Geet Gaun’. In the caption, she wrote, “21 years to Main Koi Aisa Geet Gaoon. Sweet memories on & off screen 21 years to Yes Boss today! #21YearsOfYesBoss @iamsrk”
Watch 'Mulk' instead of calling me anti-Hindu based on trailer, says Anubhav Sinha
Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha, who has reacted strongly to the trolls who have labelled him anti-Hindu based on the trailer of his forthcoming film Mulk, said that people should watch the full movie before making statements. The trailer of Mulk released on July 9. Soon after, the director received various comments and reactions on the trailer. He said that only 20 per cent of them were from trolls and the remaining were positive messages.
"In 80 per cent of the feedback, both the communities -- Hindus and Muslims -- are happy with the trailer and they are looking forward to the film. The fact is that a trailer is a glimpse... That is not the whole movie. That is like a half of the story shown in 2 minutes from a 2-hour films. So instead of calling me pro-Muslim or anti-Hindu, I think it is wise to find out the whole story from the film," Sinha said.
Diljit Dosanjh and Soorma team lauds Jhajjar Police
The Soorma team appreciated Jhajjar Police's initiative for making Dubaldhan village's poor kids watch the film at a cinema hall. Producer Chitrangada Sen and actor Diljit Dosanjh got overwhelmed by IPS officer Pankaj Nain's post on Twiiter, that stated that he along with his team took a few poor students to watch "Soorma" at a cinema hall.
In response to the IPS officer's post, Chitrangada tweeted: "This is by far the best review for Soorma, touching so many hearts and inspiring people everyday with this brave story. So humbled with the initiative of Jhajjar Police.Thank You."