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Rahman: MSV took us to deepest core of Tamil melodies

July 14, 2015 15:15 IST

MS VishwanathanA look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities:

Several celebrities paid tribute to veteran music composer M S Viswanathan, who passed away in the early hours of Tuesday, July 14.

AR Rahman: MSV took us to deepest core of Tamil & colorful melodies over past 40 yrs. We've lost our beloved melodic genius. May almighty bless his soul.

Dhanush: Rest in peace MSV sir.

Shruti Haasan: Today we have lost one of the greatest musical minds - someone who greatly influence me it was an honour to have known him RIP MSV sir.

Suriya Sivakumar: A timeless journey having embraced a billion hearts has no end. U outlived the meaning of the word Legend. RIP MSV sir.

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Sonakshi Sinha: Bajrangi Bhaijaan is Salman's best movie

Celebrities, who caught an early screening of Kabir Khan's Bajrangi Bhaijaan, are all praise for the film:

Karan Johar: There wasn't a dry eye at the end of the screening of #BajrangiBhaijaan....an emotional journey majestically performed by @BeingSalmanKhan!! @kabirkhankk directs #BajrangiBhaijaan with depth...sensitivity and supreme entertainment...the little girl stays in your heart long after..

Sonakshi Sinha: Watched #BajrangiBhaijaan last night n its safe to say its @BeingSalmanKhan's best movie.. Like ever. Well done @kabirkhankk, outstandinng!

Pulkit Samrat: Just watched #BajrangiBhaijaan OUTSTANDING! Fabulously shot.. @BeingSalmanKhan's best ever! Congratulations.

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Akshay Kumar recalls fun times on the sets of Brothers 



Akshay Kumar, who is shooting for Prabhu Dheva's Singh Is Bling in Romania, got nostalgic about the time spent on the sets of Brothers.

He shared a picture, above, and tweeted: 'I may have a reputation of a prankster but @Brothers2015 was one set where even I was played a prank on :)' 

The film, which also stars Sidharth Malhotra, Jacqueline Fernandez and Jackie Shroff, will release on August 14.

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Sanjay Leela Bhansali's birthday gift to Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra is looking forward to launching the trailer of her new film, Bajirao Mastani on her birthday, July 18.

'So exciting! Best present ever! #BajiraoMastani trailer releasing on my bday weekend!!! Yay! Can't wait to share with you all! Thank u SLB,' Priyanka tweeted.

Meanwhile, she recently completed shooting for Prakash Jha's Gangaajal 2 in Bhopal. 'Back in Mumbai!! The feeling of completing a film is always the same! Bitter sweet.. #Gangaajal2 too much fun! Back to #BajiraoMastani tom,' she added.

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Big B gets nostalgic

Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's 2001 film Aks completed 14 years on July 13 and Amitabh Bachchan got nostalgic.

'14 years ! AKS !! the film .. These days you only read about your time in past times .. !!' Bachchan posted.

'FACT !! It was only after making of 'AKS' that I decided to keep my french beard .. permanently !!' he added.

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SRK's spot boy Subhash passes away

Shah Rukh Khan's trusted spot boy Subhash Jain succumbed to cancer on Sunday.

Anupam Kher tweeted: 'I am really saddened to know about @iamsrk 's 'help' (Spot Boy) Subhash's demise. He was a nice man. Polite, helpful and a warm person. RIP.'

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Guddu Ki Gun gets a release date

Kunal Kemmu, who was last seen in the zombie comedy Go Goa Gone, will be next seen in Guddu Ki Gun.

Confirming the release date, Kunal tweeted: '
Happy and excited to announce the release of my film GUDDU KI GUN!! 30th october 2015. This one is a tickle monster more updates soon.'

The much-delayed film also features debutant Payel Sarkar.

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Manjhi - The Mountain Man's trailer is out



The trailer of Ketan Mehta's next film Manjhi - The Mountain Man is out.

Radhika Apte, who stars in the film, ‏shared the official poster, above, and tweeted: 'First poster of @ManjhiTheFilm - The Mountain Man.' 

The movie, co-starring Nawazuddin Siddique, is based on the life of Dashrath Manjhi, who carved a road through a mountain in 22 years. It will release on August 21.