When Amitabh shared the stage with Mammootty, Mohanlal
The twitter world is quite a busy one, and Bollywood contributes a great deal to it. Here's looking at the best star tweets of the day.
Amitabh Bachchan, who was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 13th Asianet Film Awards, posted quite a few pictures of him from the awards show.
The actor also tweeted about his attire for the show: a dhoti. 'In traditional gear .. dhoti held firmly and the angavastra delicately poised .. was the only one in the en'
He was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by Malayalam superstars Mammootty and Mohanlal: 'The two greats Mohanlal and Mammootty give me honor ... so obliged and humbled .. Thank you Laletan and Mam'
Bachchan tweeted about the garland as well: 'At the Asianet Lifetime Achievement in Kochi .. the greatest achievement was wearing this ton of garland!
The actor wrote that he tried to charm the audience with some Malayali:'My attempt at Malayali on the mike .. 'Keralatiley ella malayalikalkum ende namaskaram'
Image: Amitabh Bachchan
Arbaaz Khan's IPL rant
Arbaaz Khan, like the rest of India, is an avid cricket lover, and is quite updated about the IPL auction.
'Uncapped players have an unfair deal at the IPL auction. The max a player can get is 30 lacs according 2 the number of seasons he has played. That means a player as good as manish pandey goes for only 20 lacs and saurav tiwary goes for 7.36 cr. How ridiculous !' he tweeted.
His rant continued with: 'Uncapped players 2 should be auctioned , in any case each team has a purse on only $9m. Who is anybody to decide a players worth. Rubbish !! Just because saurav tiwary got 2 play an ODI match he get a heavy contract of 7.36cr. Manish pandey surely deserves more. Say wot ?'
And he didn't stop there: 'Imagine the potential corruption that can take place in the selection of players now that its understood that the are worth more when capped. Players will be given international caps on tours of bangladesh and zimbabwe so that they can command high prices at IPL. Its all a big mess.'
Image: Arbaaz Khan
Stars pay tribute to Vivek Shauq
Bollywood paid their condolences to actor Vivek Shauq, who passed away on January 10 at the age of 47.
Akshay Kumar, who had worked with the actor in Andaaz, wrote: 'This is a message, actually its more of a request, for all those who have had the pleasure in knowing & watching Vivek Shauq to whom we lovingly & respectfully say goodbye for he is sadly no more...'
The actor seemed shocked by his sudden demise. 'I was shocked but even more i was so saddened when i got the call this morning, Vivek was not only a great colleague but a dear friend of mine who lived only to make people laugh, it almost feels selfish to think i will miss a man 4 making me laugh, but he did, his life was so much about other people's happiness.'
Akki also sent his love and prayers to Shauq's family: 'To think he was so young also, i will say this now & always please take care of yourself & ur family's health, we are nothing without it, as sad as it is that my friend has passed away, it is only his family i feel so much for right now. My love & prayers go out to all his loved ones, i will miss u my friend.'
Neha Dhupia also paid her condolences: 'Vivek shauq RIP'
Image: Akshay Kumar
Bollywood gives NOKJ thumbs up
The much pregnant Konkona Sen Sharma praised No One Killed Jessica on twitter: 'Really liked No One Killed Jessica!'
And husband Ranvir Shorey agreed with her: 'Watched 'NOKJ'. Raj Kumar Gupta delivers a fine film with flawless performances by the entire cast. Rani is fabulous. Vidya, is exquisite,' he tweeted.
Arbaaz Khan congratulated the team, 'Just saw NOKJ... Super film ! Very taut, bold and thought provoking. Congrats Rani mukerji, Vidya balan and director Raj kumar gupta !!!'
Image: Konkona Sen Sharma and Ranvir Shorey
A laugh a day keeps all your frown. That's exactly what some of Bollywood celebs seem to be doing.
Gul Panag tweetd, 'good girls pray. bad girls prey'
To which Rahul Bose replied, 'good girls say go. Bad girls say come.'
Chetan Bhagat seemed amused with his children: '"Daddy, can u buy an IPL player so he can come and play with us in the evening," my kids on seeing the auctions.'
Gul Panag posted a funny picture of how Indians love to misspell: 'For those who don't get it. Once again #childbear '
Image: Gul Panag