Rana Daggubati flaunts his 'sexy back'
Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting.
Rana Daggubati may be being praised for his new look but he wasn't always this hunky. During his teens, the Dum Maaro Dum actor was overweight by more than 30 kilos. But he burned all those extra kilos when it was time to foray in films.
And today, none other than fitness freak Bipasha Basu finds his fitness story inspiring.
'@RanaDaggubati Looks like u r Loving Yourself Too much:) Awesome!Ur story is a truly inspirational fitness story!' Bips wrote to Rana.
Meanwhile, the actor shared a picture of his toned back. 'My genetically blessed Back!!' he tweeted with the picture (above).
Image: Rana Daggubati
It's Ranbir v/s Anurag on the sets of Barfee
Cricket mania took over the sets of Barfee as Ranbir Kapoor and director Anurag Basu picked up a bat to pass time.
Basu shared the video of the two of them playing cricket as he tweeted: 'Ranbir Kapoor XI Vs Anurag Basu XI on the sets of Barfii,'
Watch the video to know who won the match!
Mithun Chakraborty's surprise visit
Mithun Chakraborty paid a surprise visit to director Madhur Bhandarkar on the sets of Heroine.
'A surprise guest on the sets of #Heroine, the one & only Mithunda,' Madhur wrote with the picture (above).
Meanwhile, Arjun Rampal finished his schedule of the film and is preparing for Prakash Jha's Chakravyuh.
'Just packed up for Heroine, super fun, filming with @mbhandarkar268 and the whole team, will miss them as will be back after a long break. Now to prepare for Prakash Jha's Chakravyuh, one of my fav directors, and spend some quality time with loved ones,before I disappear into MP,' he updated.
The actor is all set to holiday with wife Mehr Jessai in Thailand. 'Leave for my Moms place in Devlali soon can't wait,then will head to Thailand with wifey to get intouch with my romantic side,' he added.
Image: Madhur Bhandarkar and Mithun Chakraborty
Bollywood pays tribute to baby Falak
Bollywood stars tweeted their tributes for baby Falak, who passed away yesterday after a sudden heart attack at the AIIMS Trauma Centre in New Delhi, India.
Sonam Kapoor tweeted: 'There are many blots on our collective national conscience over the yrs. The death of #BabyFalak must be very high on that list.'
Farhan Akhtar was also saddened by the news. 'Baby Falak. RIP. We should all be ashamed to be part of a society in which violence like this is no longer uncommon. To the medical staff at AIIMS.... deepest sympathies. We know you tried your best,' he wrote.
Shekhar Kapur tweeted: '#babyfalak died.A tragic short life leavin a trail of human misery v Indian like 2 hide behind glorified images of a super power.'
Aashish Chowdhry wrote: 'Baby Falak. Its rips my heart apart to see a lil' child suffer.. If there's a God, he should be lookin into these matters.'
Kainaz Motivala tweeted: 'Deeply saddened to hear about baby Falak. RIP little angel. I hope the day is not too far when we can finally stop hearing of such cases.'
Image: Sonam Kapoor
Photographs: Reuters/Stringer India