Here all the latest Bollywood updates of July 9. Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanju featuring actor Ranbir Kapoor is performing extremely well at the box office. One of the highlights of the movie was the bond between Sanju and Kamli. Essayed to perfection by super talented Vicky Kaushal, Sanjay Dutt’s friend made us believe that true friendship can overcome any problem. After the film became successful, real-life Kamli, Paresh Ghelani shared an emotional note for his friend and Sanjay has finally reacted to it.
Amitabh Bachchan shares candid photo of Shweta, Abhishek engrossed in mobiles. All pictures of Big B's family vacation
Amitabh Bachchan is a family man. Despite his hectic schedule, the megastar makes sure to spend quality time with his loved ones. He also keeps his fans and followers updated by sharing pictures from his precious family time. Amitabh was recently in Glasgow, Scotland for the shooting of Sujoy Ghosh's Badla and now he has flown to Russia to watch World Cup Football, 2018 with family.
Ahead of Dhadak, Janhvi Kapoor, Khushi Kapoor and Boney Kapoor visit Tirumala temple, see pics
Veteran actress Sridevi’s daughter Janhvi Kapoor is gearing up for her Bollywood debut Dhadak. She will be seen sharing the screen space with Ishaan Khatter in the film. Ahead of the release, Janhvi along with her younger sister Khushi Kapoor and father Boney Kapoor offered prayers at the Tirumala temple. The pictures are doing the rounds on social media in which both the ladies can be seen in Indian avatar.
Sanju: Sanjay Dutt writes emotional post for real-life Kamli, Paresh Ghelani
Sanjay took to micro-blogging site Twitter and wrote, “You are the pillar of my strength. Thank you for being there, then and now. Welcome to the world of social media buddy! Love you lots.”
Earlier, Paresh shared a post and talked about his friendship with the actor. He wrote, “its been many years of staying away from the social media, i finally give-in to embrace it. as i begin, here to you my brother @duttsanjay a note that i have been writing in my head and heart for a very long time and now here it is all in the open.”
You are the pillar of my strength. Thank you for being there, then and now. Welcome to the world of social media buddy! Love you lots. https://t.co/APgxFUbJIv— Sanjay Dutt (@duttsanjay) July 8, 2018
Mulk trailer out: Rishi Kapoor, Taapsee Pannu’s courtroom drama looks intriguing
The trailer of the upcoming film, Mulk, was dropped today. The movie, directed by Anubhav Sinha, is a courtroom drama with Taapsee Pannu playing a lawyer and defending Rishi Kapoor against treason. Plot-wise that is all we get to know from the trailer of the film.
Madhubala's younger sister to make biopic on legendary actress
Legendary actress Madhubala was one of the most popular actresses of the Hindi cinema and now her sister has announced that a biopic will be made on the late legendary actress.
An official statement for the film and the cast will be made later. Without revealing any name, Bhushan said the biopic will be produced by her "dear friends".
"I am going in for a biopic on my sister, which will be produced by my very dear friends, very soon. It's my humble request to all the well-wishers of Madhubala and whosoever is connected with Bollywood or elsewhere to please not attempt a biopic or anything else based on my sister's life without my permission," Bhushan said in a statement.
She added: "The details will be known to her fans and to all concerned when the right time comes. So, please try to avoid any kind of unpleasant situation."
Anuradha Paudwal, Kumar Sanu honoured at UK Houses of Parliament
Veteran playback singers Anuradha Paudwal and Kumar Sanu were felicitated by the politicians from the Indo-British All Party Parliamentary Group at the UK Houses of Parliament. The singer duo, who were at their peak in the 1990's Hindi cinema, were honoured in recognition of their outstanding contribution in the field of music and social and charitable service, according to a press release.
Paudwal, who is involved in several social issues such as helping the families of martyred soldiers, electricity and malnutrition, said as a public figure it was their responsibility to give it back to the society.