Shirish Kunder turns 42, B-Town wishes luck

Shirish Kunder turns 42, B-Town wishes luck

Editor-filmmaker Shirish Kunder, best known for his editing skills in films like “Main Hoon Na” and “Om Shanti Om”, turned 42 on Sunday. His star wife Farah Khan along with celebrities like Abhishek Bachchan and Vishal Dadlani hoped he has a great year ahead.
Ace choreographer and filmmaker Farah, who married Kunder in 2004 and has a triplet with him, took to Twitter to wish her husband.
“Happy birthday @ShirishKunder .. I know ur not 1 for gifts.. So I just bought sm 4 myself,” Farah, 50, tweeted.

I'm apprehensive of reaction: Big B

I'm apprehensive of reaction: Big B

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who admits of being a victim of “fabricated accusation”, says he now tries to be more “watchful” and be “apprehensive of reaction”.
“There is adversity in my mind on the concept of reverence towards me or my work. I am embarrassed to the extent of not wishing to be in public space. I am watchful and apprehensive of reaction,” the 72-year-old posted on his blog on Saturday.

Big B urges fans to unfollow his fake account

Big B urges fans to unfollow his fake account

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has asked his fans not to follow a fake account in his name on micro-blogging website Twitter.
A “fake” user by the account name of @SrBachchanc has been re-tweeting the 72-year-old's posts to its 13,800 followers.
“CAUTION: @SrBachchanc...notice the 'c' added .. this is a FAKE account, not done by me... please refrain from communicating to it,” Big B tweeted via his official Twitter handle @SrBachchan on Sunday.

I'm ecstatic: Ghaywan on bagging awards at Cannes

I'm ecstatic: Ghaywan on bagging awards at Cannes

Neeraj Ghaywan’s indie project "Masaan" has bagged two awards at the prestigious 68th Cannes International Film Festival and the emerging Indian director is “ecstatic”.
The movie, which follows the stories of four people from a small town and how they fit into the moralities, won the Promising Future Prize and the International Federation of Film Critics (Fipresci) Award at the ongoing festival on Saturday.

'Masaan' honoured at Cannes, B-Town delighted

'Masaan' honoured at Cannes, B-Town delighted

Emerging Indian director Neeraj Ghaywan's indie project "Masaan", which centres on a group of people in Varanasi, has won the Promising Future Prize at the ongoing 68th Cannes International Film Festival. The film was also honoured with the International Federation of Film Critics (Fipresci) award at the festival.
The film was showcased in the UnCertain Regard section at the movie gala, and received a five-minute standing ovation post its screening here. The film received the awards on Saturday.

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