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Dilip Kumar looks back at Joy Mukherji

Last updated on: February 26, 2013 17:50 IST

Dilip Kumar looks back at Joy Mukherji

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Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting.

Legendary actor Dilip Kumar and his wife Saira Banu inaugurated a road in suburban Mumbai, named after actor Joy Mukherjee, on his 74th birth anniversary. Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray was also present at the inauguration.

Dilip Kumar shared a picture and tweeted: 'It was a pleasure to inaugurate a road named after Joy Mukherji in Versova, Bombay, yesterday.' 

He added: 'Joy's dad S Mukherji Sahab, was Filmstan's founder. In many ways my mentor, well-wisher when I was new in the industry. Mukherji Sahab used to ask me to give acting tips to Joy. I told Joy what I learned from his father: "Acting is all about not acting."'


Image: Saira Banu, Dilip Kumar and Uddhav Thackeray with other guests
Photographs: Dilip Kumar/Twitter
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Govinda shoots with Shilpa Shetty

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Govinda visited the sets of Nach Baliye 5 as a special guest, and shot alongside Shilpa Shetty after more than 13 years. The two were last seen together in the 1999 action-comedy Pardesi Babu.

Shilpa shared a picture of them together and tweeted: 'On the sets of Nach Baliye,having a blast,today we have Govinda on the sets..too much fun! Must watch this episode:)' 


Image: Govinda and Shilpa Shetty
Photographs: Shilpa Shetty/Twitter
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Aditi Rao Hydari's father passes away

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Murder 3 actress Aditi Rao Hydari's father Ehsaan passed away on Monday afternoon. He was suffering from lung cancer.

The actress tweeted: 'Will miss you baba... Hope you are happy and at peace... RIP.'



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Stephen Fry visits India

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English actor-comedian Stephen Fry is on a trip to India, but the reason is not disclosed yet.

'Off to India now. Mumbai or Bombay, whichever you prefer. Hoping it will coincide with some cricket. But my purpose there is secret - Shh!' he updated.

'Landed in Mumbai/Bombay. If we call it Mumbai then the film product ought really to be called Mollywood, no?' the 57-year-old actor added.

'It's very confusing to be nine and a half hours ahead of GMT. Does my poor little brain in. I shall have a nap now,' he added later.

Fry, who appeared in films like V for Vendetta, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and
Alice in Wonderland, has received much acclaim for his social work campaigning for people suffering from mental health problems, bipolar disorder and HIV.


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Photographs: Tim Whitby/Getty Images
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