First look: Hrithik, Katrina make Bang Bang look GOOD!
Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting.
The first look of upcoming action thriller film Bang Bang is out.
Hrithik Roshan tweeted the poster and tweeted: 'Saw? Yeah. Not bad.'
Directed by Siddharth Raj Anand, the film also stars Katrina Kaif. It will release on October 2.
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Image: Movie poster of Bang Bang
Photographs: Hrithik Roshan/Twitter
'Tapas Pal needs to be horse whipped for threatening rape and murder'
Several Bollywood celebrities took to Twitter to criticize Trinamool Congress MP Tapas Pal, who openly threatened to get women of the Opposition (CPI-M) raped.
Here's what they said:
Richa Chadha: 'Yet another luminary makes a glorious statement! Shame on you Tapas Pal,and shame on you Mrs. Tapas Pal for defending him. Another hero added to the list of politicians making misogynistic statements.'
Pritish Nandy: 'This Tapas Pal, TMC MP, is a national shame. He needs to be horse whipped for threatening rape and murder and kicked out of Parliament.'
Kunal Kohli: '#TapasPal 1 more politician to talk crap & get away with 24hrs of trending on twitter, rants on FB & 1 debate on news channels.'
Sudhir Mishra: 'How can u allow a man like Tapash Paul to continue in his party or in parliament! How can his family allow him to stay in their home! Come on parliamentarians of India! Come on Bengal! You can't let d women of India down!'
Image: Richa Chadha
Photographs: Abhijit Mhamunkar
Bipasha Basu celebrates her father's birthday
Bipasha Basu, who is currently shooting for Bhushan Patel's Alone, took time off to celebrate her father Hirak Basu's birthday on June 30.
She shared a picture from the celebrations (above) and tweeted: 'Party time with Family!'
'Happy Birthday to the worlds most adorably cute dad!My Papa! I love you Papa!' she added.
Image: Bipasha Basu with her sisters and parents
Photographs: Bipasha Basu/Twitter
Farhan Akhtar: Hope Pallavi's family find closure
Two years after Mumbai lawyer Pallavi Purkayastha was brutally murdered inside her rented Wadala apartment, a Mumbai court convicted the security guard of the building.
Farhan Akhtar turned to Twitter to remember her and wrote: 'Pallavi's murderer found guilty by Mumbai court. Hope that her parents and family can finally start finding some closure.'
Pallavi had worked as a legal adviser with filmmaker Farhan Akhtar's Excel Entertainment. Her murder inspired Farhan to start the Men Against Rape and Discrimination (MARD) campaign in 2013.
Image: Farhan Akhtar
Anushka Sharma's day out
Anushka Sharma, who is currently shooting for Dil Dhadakne Do in Turkey, recently went out with her team. She shared a picture (above) and tweeted: 'Off day .. Great lunch .. My fab team.'
Meanwhile, Hema Malini, who is currently touring USA, shared a picture and wrote: 'With the Indian community in Orlando.'
Image: Anushka Sharma with her team
Photographs: Anushka Sharma/Twitter