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Photo: Karan Johar parties with Kareena, Arjun Kapoor

July 15, 2013 16:59 IST

Photo: Karan Johar parties with Kareena, Arjun Kapoor

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Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting:

With Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani proving to be such a blockbuster hit, its producer Karan Johar has reason to party.

And he did, with his pals Arjun Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor.

He shared a picture of them together and tweeted: ‘Arjun Kapoor...Bebo and moi on a saturday night!!!!’

The 41-year-old was apparently asked to dance to the hit song from the film, called Badtameez Dil. ‘That awkward moment when you are expected to do the badtameez dil pelvic thrust at a party and simply cant!!! Where are you Ranbir???'

Johar will be sharing screen space with Ranbir Kapoor in Anurag Kashyap’s Bombay Velvet. He will play the role of a rich businessman, who plays an important role in the life of Ranbir's character.


Image: Kareena Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor and Karan Johar
Photographs: Karan Johar/Twitter

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Aarti Chabria gets eliminated

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Actress Aarti Chabria is the latest contestant to get eliminated from dance reality TV show, Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6.

‘Jhalak was an unpredictable, beautiful journey that i never imagined would end so soon...Will miss all the dancing times.. But for now... Im a free bird, and i can take my much needed rest, to cure my injuries and feel up to the mark again,’ she tweeted.

Co-contestant Lauren Gottlieb is already missing her. ‘Miss you at the #Jhalak house already @aartichabria! Im so glad we got to spend so much time together. Such a brilliant performer you are,’ she wrote.


Image: Aarti Chabria
Photographs: Aarti Chabria in Jhalak Dhikhhla Ha

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'Goodbye telegram'

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As the telegram service comes to an end in India, many celebrities got nostalgic:

Kabir Bedi shared a picture and tweeted: ‘Caught sending romantic telegram to Parveen on last day of the #Indian #Telegram. Chho Schweeet :-)’ adding, ‘Farewell, Indian #TELEGRAM --swifttest messenger for decades, before telex, fax & email-- indelible part of my childhood.’

Anubhav Sinha: ‘Much before Twitter taught us economy of words, there were TELEGRAMS. "No News... Worried" Dad would often write whilst I was in the hostel.’

Riteish Deshmukh: ‘160 years of History comes to an end - today I woke up to a No-Telegram India. RIP.’

Swanand Kirkire: ‘Maa Babuji ka "Taar" aaya hai ... Telegram Nahin rahaa :(‘

Rekha Bhardwaj: ‘Recd a telegram from a fan o friend:) as token of our friendship....thank you Arunita:):)lots of love.. i will always cherish this last telegram sent by Arunita Datta....precious gift:):)’

Sujoy Ghosh: ‘oh goodbye telegram today :( was such an intriguing part of old banglaa literature.’


Image: Kabir Bedi
Photographs: Kabir Bedi/Twitter

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Sunday, with the superstars

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Actress Yaami Gautam spent her Sunday with friends, and shared a picture. ‘At Indigo one of my fav hangouts at Mumbai.. Sunday! Movie time with friends. Happy weekend tweeps,' she posted.

Shah Rukh Khan, on the other hand, had a working Sunday. ‘Finished work...day a lil longer than expected. Feel so bad had to keep whole CE unit working late...especially Rohit & Deepika. Thank u,’ he tweeted.


Image: Yaami Gautam
Photographs: Yaami Gautam/Twitter

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