'Farewell Murthy Saab, will miss you'
Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting.
Stars turned to Twitter to pay tribute to acclaimed cinematographer V K Murthy, who passed away on April 7. He was 91.
Siddharth: 'One of the greatest men to ever light a movie frame, legendary cinematographer V. K. Murthy sir has left us. RIP great sir.'
Chandan Roy Sanyal: 'V.K Murthy passes away at the age of 91. he shot pyaasa and kagaaz ke phool.'
Amit Khanna: 'Veteran cinematographer V K Murty whu photographed Gur Dutt films passes away. Farewell Murthy Saab, will miss you. RIP.'
Bharat Bala: 'Pyaasa cinematographer V K Murthy passes away. The man who picturised all the great Classics of Guru Dutt.'
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Image: Waheeda Rehman in Pyaasa
'It's not fair to be so mean to Yuvraj Singh'
Cricketer Yuvraj Singh has come under attack after India's defeat at the T20 World Cup. But he found support in quite a few Bollywood celebrities. Here's what they tweeted:
Poonam Pandey: 'Don't forget @YUVSTRONG12 was the one coz of whom India won the World Cup #MiracleBoyYuvi. Its Cricket, Its Game. Some day you Score, Someday You Floor. Keep Calm & Enjoy the Game'
Varun Dhawan: 'heard that people are throwing stones at yuvis house. how stupid and immature are these dumb f__ks. Hes a honest sportsmen. how can people be so daft in cricket you sometimes loose and sometimes win just agree that lanka played better today. Yuvi won us the World Cup,he gave us happiness when he was still having cancer. how can people forget that #Shame'
Rahul Bose: 'Believe @YUVSTRONG12 house pelted w/stones. Shameful. Every sportsperson gives off her/his best on the field. We all have good & bad days.'
Arbaaz Khan: 'Yuvi has been a match winner, yesterday he had an off day , unfortunate it had to be a WC final, he's still a great player.. Lets move on.'
Kunal Kohli: 'Guys lay off #yuvraj! 1 off day doesn't write off a glorious career.Shame on whoevr rebuking him.Luv u Always Yuvi.'
Shaan: 'Yuvraj Singh is bigger than this Match!! He is a Hero beyond doubt!! We fans got carried away..but History of Cricket will celebrate Yuvi!!'
Tara Sharma: 'Not fair to be so mean to Yuvi.'
Shobhaa De: 'What poor losers we are ! Shame on those throwing stones on Yuvraj 's home.'
Image: Yuvraj Singh
Photographs: Tom Shaw/Getty Images
Lata Mangeshkar remembers Pandit Ravi Shankar
Veteran singer Lata Mangeshkar, who worked with music composer Pandit Ravi Shankar in 1960 film Anuradha, remembered him on his 94th birth anniversary on April 7.
She shared an old photograph of him (above) and tweeted: 'Aaj sitar maestro Pandit Ravi Shankar ji ki 94 wi jayanti hai. Is mahan sangeet upasak ko mere koti koti pranam.
His daughter Anoushka Shankar added: 'Happy birthday Bapi, my father and guru, I love you.'
Image: Pandit Ravi Shankar
Photographs: Lata Mangeshkar/Twitter
17 years of Koyla
Rakesh Roshan's 1997 action thriller film Koyla completed 17 years today and its lead actor Shah Rukh Khan turned to Twitter to thank the entire team.
'Koyla 17 yrs. wow. Thanx Rakeshji, Madhuri, Sambo Duggu Anurag & the Late Puri sahib & Jack Gaud. I remember the Hills the Music the Choppers,' the 48-year-old actor tweeted.
Khan is currently working on his next film Happy New Year.
Image: Madhuri Dixit and Shah Rukh Khan in Koyla
Sonam, Priyanka pack up
Sonam Kapoor recently wrapped up the first shooting schedule for Arbaaz Khan’s next production Dolly Ki Doli.
'16 hours of non stop awesome work!! What an end to an awesome sched!' the 28-year-old actress tweeted.
Meanwhile, Priyanka Chopra has finished shooting for her Mary Kom biopic. She shared a picture from the sets and tweeted: 'Thank u beautiful manali.. Last day of shoot here.. U will be missed.'
Image: Soanm Kapoor
Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar