Megastar Amitabh Bachchan was in state of surprise when yesteryear actor Pran called him up and said that he just wanted to hear his voice.
"Pran Saheb, veteran legendary colleague, called the other day...'just had not heard your voice for long' said he and shut the phone," the 69-year-old tweeted.
"Many are not aware that though Pran Saheb played the villain to perfection, he had great sense of humour and poetry," he further added.
Actress Sridevi is making her comeback to cinema with "English Vinglish" and it's not only her fans who are eagerly waiting for the movie, but also filmmaker Ram GoPal Varma.
"Can't wait for Friday. For first time in 20 years, ever since I became a director, I am going to stand in a line and buy a ticket to see Sridevi," the 50-year-old tweeted.
One of the reigning stars of 1980s and 1990s, Sridevi bid adieu to Bollywood after marrying producer Boney Kapoor in 1996. Her last release was the 1997 hit family drama "Judaai".
His father David Dhawan is known for making comedies and he himself is making his debut with candyfloss romance, but Varun Dhawan relates more with darker cinema and would love to be part of scripts like "Dev D" and "Shaitaan".
Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan is under the weather as he has been "coughing my lungs and stomach away" and says that he is going through "pains with each expulsion".
"An awful night, coughing my lungs and stomach away... stomach which has surgical left overs and still in process of repair. Pains with each expulsion."
Arjun Rampal is sporting a new, chic look complete with a beard. "It's all for a film," he says.
"This new look is for Nikhil Advani's 'D-Day', that's the tentative title for it. I play a RAW agent in it," Arjun told IANS here Saturday.
The actor will start shooting for the movie Oct 1 in Mumbai, and says the movie will have some high-octane Hollywood-style action.
Meanwhile, he is also gearing up for the release of Prakash Jha's "Chakravyuh", which is based on the Naxalite movement.