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'Thank you Pransaab for a great bachpan'

August 06, 2014 17:17 IST

'Thank you Pransaab for a great bachpan'

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Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting.

Pran Kumar SharmaSeveral Bollywood stars turned to Twitter to condole the death of veteran cartoonist Pran Kumar Sharma, who created the iconic comic book character Chacha Chaudhury. Here's what they said:

Esha Gupta: 'RIP Pran the legend. Chacha choudhry has been a childhood read.thank you for making my read so interesting.'

Madhur Bhandarkar: 'The man who gave us the legendary Chacha Choudhary is no more. This is clearly the end of an era. A true superstar; RIP Pran Sharma.'

Randeep Hooda: '"Chacha Chaudhary ka dimag computer se bhi tez chalta hai"... Thank you Pran saab for a great Bachpan.. RIP.'

Celina Jaitly: 'Just read of the creator of our very own Chacha Chowdhary,India's very own original super Hero's creators demise. What a legacy!! RIP'

Roshan Abbas: 'He gave us many a childhood dream and chuckle! Pran sir hope you are well taken care of in the Land of Saboo! RIP.'

Virr Das: 'If you've never been exposed to a Chacha Chaudary comic and Pran's genius, take today, do some browsing and find one. You won't regret it.'

Sudhir Mishra: 'RIP Pran. Thank You for all the smiles in the form of Chacha Chaudhary, Shrimatiji, Pinki, Billoo, Raman, and Channie Chachi.'

Shatrughan Sinha: 'Saddened by the death of astonishing cartoonist and story teller Pran Kumar Sharma.'

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Image: Chacha Chaudhry. Inset: Pran Kumar Sharma
Photographs: animationxpress.com

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Dharmesh Tiwari passes away

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Actor Dharmesh Tiwari, who played the role of Kripacharya in television series Mahabharat, passed away today, August 6 in Chandigarh.

Tiwari was the General Secretary of Cine and TV Artists Association. He is survived by his wife and two daughters.

Filmmaker Ashoke Pandit tweeted: 'Sad to inform you that well known actor Dharmesh Tiwari expired in Chandigarh. He was also the President of Film Federation of India. RIP.'

'Dharmesh Tiwari who is no more was also the President of Cine Artiste Association.Devoted his life for the cause of the workers. Bad day fr the film industry. Lost 2 veterans. Smita Talwalkar & Dharmesh Tiwari. Will miss U. RIP,' he added.


Image: Dharmesh Tiwari with Amitabh Bachchan
Photographs: Abhijit Mhamunkar
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Shah Rukh Khan's Day Out!

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Shah Rukh Khan, who is currently busy with the post-production of his film Happy New Year,  took some time out for his daughter Suhana. 

He shared a picture (above) and tweeted: 'I only have to see the beauty next to me and I feel happy….happiest….& I have her hair. Yay.' 

Meanwhile, the trailer of Happy New Year will be out August 14.

Director Farah Khan wrote: 'What an xciting nite.. Watching the 1st copy of #HNY trailer with the crew!!'


Image: Shah Rukh and Suhana Khan
Photographs: Shah Rukh Khan/Twitter
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On the sets of Bangistan

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Actor Pulkit Samrat, who is currently in Poland along with Riteish Deshmukh for Bangistan, shared a picture (above) and tweeted: 'Meri Chatri ke Neechey Aaja.. Kyun Bheegey Rey Balma Khade Khade!'

Directed by Karan Anshuman, the comedy film will also star Jacqueline Fernandez.


Image: Pulkit Samrat and Riteish Deshmukh
Photographs: Pulkit Samrat/Twitter

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Sunny Leone returns to Los Angeles

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Sunny Leone, who recently shot for an item number for Kannada film DK, is back in Los Angeles.

'On my way home to la before the big US tour with @MikaSingh It's going to be unforgettable I know it!!' the 33-year-old actress tweeted.

'Mousy and I say nite nite and see you on the other side of the world!!' she added with a picture (above).


Image: Sunny Leone
Photographs: Sunny Leone/Twitter

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