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Lara Dutta: Wishing all of you a super, bumper 2014!

December 31, 2013 15:56 IST

Lara Dutta: Wishing all of you a super, bumper 2014!



Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting.

Bollywood celebrities are getting ready to say goodbye to 2013 and hello to 2014! Here’s what they said:

Lara Dutta: ‘Taking off with the family for the end of the year! Wishing all of you a super, bumper 2014! Thank you for being here!’

Madhuri Dixit: ‘Am looking forward to the New Year! Should be fun!!!! Loving it. Obviously someone is ready for the New Year! Have fun and be safe!’

Priyanka Chopra: ‘Chennai bound! Looking forward to Tonight! Very exciting to perform for the first time on NYE! Usually Im the one watching! Who all will be at the Park Hyatt chennai tonight?’

Karan Johar: ‘year end sentiments are always....Reflection...Resolution and Relief... A year end or for that matter any date or time should not be a reason for you to take stock of your life...that should be your plan everyday.’

Shekhar Kapur: ‘Wow! Celebrate d coming New Year. But please please dont drink n drive ur cars or bikes. Dont start the year with a tragedy for ur families.’

Pooja Bedi: ‘Wish u a Happy happy end to 2014:) lets celebrate the end of a crazzzzy year that zipped by ... way too quickly.’

Poonam Pandey: ‘Having a gr8 time at the Reharsals ... Will be dedicating my first ever Live performance to Legendary MJ .. starting with his song #Bangalore.’

Punit Malhotra: ‘Last day of the yr and by no means has it been a good one. I am amongst those who are looking for a new beginning for sure. Welcome 2014 :)’

Arshad Warsi: ‘Thank you, for making my 2013 a fabulous year. I have set some goals for myself for 2014, difficult but achievable. Need your prayers.’

Neha Dhupia: ‘Am I the only fortunate one who does nt have a date this New Years!!!!’

Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra: ‘#2014 Our eyes are placed in front because it is more important to look ahead than to look behind! Happy New Year! Have a great year ahead.'

Manoj Bajpayee: ‘Today is last day of the year so make it a memorable one and not a tragic one. pl don't drink and drive! have a good one friends!’

Anupam Kher: ‘Today being last day of 2013, it will be nice to review your year. Write it down. It will focus you for 2014. I do it. Will u do it?:)’

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Image: Lara Dutta
Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar


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Shah Rukh Khan, who has been busy shooting for Farah Khan’s Happy New Year, has taken some time off to spend time with family.

‘At times I do good things & at times the opposite... last two days I have done nothing. Dormant languid lazy….it’s a nice new feeling,’ the 48-year-old actor tweeted.

But earlier, he took a break from 'being lazy' and went club-hopping with son Aryan. ‘This year love like the sea. Give life to all & let them thrive within ur universe & still remain larger, deeper & able 2 replenish yourself. And now for some what the kids refer to as EDM. I thought it was scientific abbreviation…works out it means electronic dance music… Anonymity & club hopping with the boys. Fun but I am too young for all this. Gimme a few yrs & I will paint so many towns in so many colours,’ he added.

‘And as cheesy as it may sound….but this 31st most of the people in the world will say the name of our new film as a greeting!!! Happy New Year...’ he signed off.

Amitabh Bachchan, meanwhile, is holidaying in Dubai with his family.

‘Zipping through waters of the sea, jet skiing with the grandchildren and getting beaten ! Frustrated ! Even at such high speeds !!’ he tweeted.

He added: ‘The Panama ... the sea ... and after getting beat on Jet Ski by grandchildren !!’

Image: Shah Rukh Khan
Photographs: Marshall Fernandes

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Dino Morea: Praying for you, Schumi

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Several Bollywood stars turned to Twitter to tweet prayers for seven-time F1 champion Michael Schumacher, who met with a skiing accident in the French Alps.

Sofia Hayat: ‘My prayers go out to Michael Schumacher..may he have a speedy recovery so he can be with his family again.'

Dino Morea: ‘U drive the fastest cars in the world and come out untouched & a winner, you ski, fall and go into a Coma, life is truly a surprise each day. Praying for you Schumi.’

Ram Kapoor: ‘7 times formula one world champion the legendary Michael Schumacher is currently in ICU fighting for his life!!... Come on Michael win this one too... All our hopes and prayers are with you!!’

Rohit Roy: ‘Wishing @MichaelSchumac a speedy n full recovery.. Please join me in my prayers.. Good fella this one.. May he win this one for sure.’

Atul Kasbekar: ‘Every report on the INJURED Schumacher eerily starts going into his career stats making it sound like a bloody obituary. It's not STOP IT!’

Image: Michael Schumacher
Photographs: Reuters/Viktor Veres

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Shabana Azmi pays tribute to Farooque Sheikh

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Shabana Azmi, who acted in films like Lorie, Ek Pal and Anjuman with Farooque Sheikh, paid tribute to him at the Taj Mahal in Agra.

She shared a picture (above) and tweeted: ‘Shraddhanjali for Farooque Shaikh at the Taj Mahal in Agra today.’

Farooque last performed the final show of Tumhari Amrita on December 14 with Azmi against the backdrop of the Taj Mahal.

Image: Shraddhanjali for Farooque Shaikh at the Taj Mahal in Agra today
Photographs: Shabana Azmi/Twitter

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Mini Mathur goes to trekking with Kabir Khan, Ali Abbas Zafar

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Anchor Mini Mathur, who is currently holidaying in Nainital with husband Kabir Khan and Ali Abbas Zafar, shared a picture and tweeted: ‘Trekked up to the remote Devi mandir at 8500 ft today& prayed for 'world peace'.’ 

She shared another picture and added: ‘That's @kabirkhankk making his healthy egg white omelette at the Dhaba.’ 

Image: Mini Mathur/ Twitter


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