'Life of Pi is sheer excellence'
Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting.
Bollywood stars, who attended the Mumbai premiere of Ang Lee's Life Of Pi on November 21, loved the film! Here's what they said:
Minissha Lamba: 'Life of Pi--Sheer excellence. My eyes cudnt believe d beauty tht I saw. Hv to watch it 3 more times in a theatre..the 3D is THAT good!'
Kunal Kohli: 'Just saw Life of Pi. It's more than a film. It's an experience & learning of a lifetime! Life of Pi is a lesson in life & filmmaking. I never looked at Life / filmmaking like this. And for me filmmaking is Life. Makes you think.'
Nagesh Kukunoor: 'Life of Pi - other than the first 15 mins, the movie is thoroughly enjoyable. Suraj Sharma is rock solid! My favorite fro Life of Pi was a great line -" We both had just enough time to break each others hearts".'
Mini Mathur: 'Just saw Life of pi. Mind boggling visuals & profoundly absorbing narrative!! It's absolutely a MUST WATCH.'
Ken Ghosh: 'A beautiful cinematic journey- "Life of Pi" must see for its visual splendor.'
Image: A scene from Life Of Pi
Shilpa Shetty, Raj Kundra celebrate their third wedding anniversary
Shilpa Shetty celebrates her third wedding anniversary with hubby Raj Kundra and son Viaan in Bangkok today.
'The day I became Mrs Kundra :)' she tweeted with the picture (above).
'Wishing u Happy Anniversary @TheRajKundra .My real life Hero!;)Can't thank God enuf for having u in my life.Ure the Bestest hubby. Love you!' she added.
Raj Kundra tweeted: 'Wishing my life partner @TheShilpaShetty a very happy anniversary. Love u adore u and thank you for @ViaanRajKundra the best gift of my life. Life is more enjoyable if u find ur soul mate. I found mine & have enjoyed the last 3 years of marriage @TheShilpaShetty u complete me!'
Image: Raj Kundra and Shilpa Shetty
Asha Bhosle: I got paid Rs 100 for my first song
'Always enjoyed watching a city wake up. Mumbai is a late riser but the energy in this city is commendable. In the 50's I used to live in Borivali. Used to catch early morning local & go to work. It was fun talking to commuters,' she tweeted.
'Today's youth may not know that there were trams in Mumbai. I used to commute in trains & trams before I could afford a car,' she added.
'I got paid Rs100 for my first song. My husband & I celebrated with roadside batatavada. Mumbai is the city of dreams. Some dreams come true,' she added.
Image: Asha Bhosle
Australian government honours Fearless Nadia and Amitabh Bachchan
'Australian Oz Fest/ Government celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema, with showing of Fearless Nadia film, and honor me. Humbled !' Bachchan tweeted.
Actress Mary Evans, better known as Fearless Nadia of Hindi films, was also honoured at the event. Her 1940 film Diamond Queen was shown, accompanied by a live Australian orchestra directed by musician Ben Walsh.
'Paid an excellent tribute to her and the cinema of the time .. played the film and a live Australian fusion orchestra played live ..Played live to the scenes of the film almost as background music .. pretty darn awesome !! Unique !!' he added.
Image: Amitabh Bachchan
Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar
RARE PHOTO: Baby Esha Deol with Dharmendra
Esha Deol shared an old picture of herself with her father and veteran actor Dharmendra.
'With papa the wonder years !!! Love u' she tweeted with the picture (above).
Meanwhile, Madhuri Dixit shared a picture of herself and added: 'Good morning! Have been busy working on several projects, some out of town. Am preparing for three different shoots. Saw the PCA edit of the dance number. Looks stunning. I think you will love it! Airs on the 25th of November.'
Image: Esha Deol with Dharmendra