The wedding festivities of one of the most adorable couples of B-town have begun. Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh jetted off to Italy last night. While Deepika was all alone, Ranveer was spotted with his family. Meanwhile, Sooraj Pancholi, who made his debut with Salman Khan production's Hero broke his silence on ex-girlfriend and actor Jiah Khan's suicide. He penned a long note on Instagram on his 28th birthday thanking his fan for positivity. Read all the latest Bollywood news of November 10 here.
Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh are all smiles as they fly to Italy for wedding
The lovestruck couple Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh jetted off to Italy to kick-start their wedding festivities. After Ranveer's haldi ceremony and Nandi puja at Deepika's Bangalore residence, the duo was papped twinning in white at the airport. Both Deepika and Ranveer arrived at the airport separately and needless to say, they were all smiles. The bridal glow on Deepika's face was enough to portray all the excitement.
Gauri Khan, Shweta Bachchan, Karan Johar enjoy 'mommy dinner'. Check out adorable picture
Last night, Karan and his mother hosted a dinner party which was attended by some popular mother-daughter duo of Bollywood. Gauri Khan, Zoya Akhtar, Honey Irani, Jaya Bachchan, Shweta Bachchan and Kajal Anand were among those invited to the cosy dinner party. Karan also took to Instagram to share an endearing picture from the memorable night. “Mommy dinner! Best times!!!!,'' he captioned the photo. Have a look:
Sooraj Pancholi breaks silence on Jiah Khan suicide case on his 28th birthday
Bollywood actor Sooraj Pancholi, who made his debut with Salman Khan's Hero along with Athiya Shetty will next feature in a dance film alongside Isabelle Kaif. Sooraj is just one-film-old and it has a lot to do with his alleged involvement in Jiah Khan murder case. He is the prime accused in the suicide case of his ex-girlfriend and actor Jiah Khan. After keeping mum for several years, he finally broke his silence on his 28th birthday. Writing an open letter, he talked about the six years-long court case against him and the public scrutiny to which he has been subjected. Full story here.
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Today I complete 28 years of my life. I want to take up this moment to share a few thoughts that have been in my heart for a while. I wanted to wait to speak out until the case ended, but it’s taken longer than expected. I don’t know where to start from. It is difficult to express some feelings when so many people, so many emotions are involved. First, I want to thank those who have stood by me like a pillar of strength. It has been a long journey that started when I was still trying to understand life. I have been fighting the case in court for the last 6 years, with patience and respect, waiting for the trial to be completed. In this process I have been called a murderer, a criminal, an abuser and so much worse. I read these things about me almost every single day. And my heartfelt effort has always been to be strong, respectful and ignore it. But they still fill my and my loved ones’ heart with so much sadness. I don’t blame the people who call me names, because that’s how i have been portrayed in public, but i’m not the monster that has been portrayed in headlines. I know how easy it is to think the worst of someone and accuse them but it is exceptionally hard to prove myself innocent as there’s a procedure that we need to follow. A procedure that has taken long enough that i have been made to feel guilty without even being given a fair chance to prove my innocence. There have been accusations and assumptions but there has been no validation. But, this is not about what others say. This is about how I feel. For as long as I can remember, my dream has always been to make my parents proud. I have always tried to be a good son to them. In the last 6 years, I’ve tried harder everyday to achieve this dream and to be positive. So today, I am praying with my heart that our family can move forward, that the trial can come to a fair end and that I can give back all the love, support and strength I have received from so many of you. Thank you to all of you who constantly send positivity my way. You may not know it, but every single one of your prayers has helped.
Dola Re Dola from 2002 film Devdas voted greatest Bollywood dance number in UK poll
Dola Re Dola, a dance face-off between Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Madhuri Dixit from the 2002 hit Devdas has been voted the greatest Bollywood dance number of all time in a new UK poll. Dola Re Dola from Sanjay Leela Bhansali directed film starring Shah Rukh Khan was choreographed by Saroj Khan. The dance emerged to be the winner in the tough competition from songs across the decades, thus, topping a new list published by UK-based Eastern Eye newspaper.
Watch the song below:
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