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Bollywood's ThrowbackThursday

July 25, 2019 12:49 IST

Bollywood goes into flashback mode.

It's #ThrowbackThursday time when we take a look at film folk and their lovely memories together.

Stars tend to post pictures on social media from time to time, and we stumbled on some pictures posted today!

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Bipasha Basu/Instagram

Bipasha Basu posted her first swimsuit cover feature for Elle magazine.

'Major Throwback! Teenage modelling days My first Swimsuit feature for @elleindia ... shot by the ace photographer and dear friend @farrokhchothia ... styled by the amazing @anaitashroffadajania . Still remember what a fun shoot it was Always a bikini belle #throwback'.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Arjun Rampal/Instagram

Arjun Rampal, who recently became a father for the third time, posted a picture with his mother and wrote, 'I wonder if he looks like me????? #throwbackmanydecades lol'.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Rasika Dugal/Instagram

Rasika Dugal posted pictures of her Mirzapur co-actors -- Ali Zafar, Shweta Tripathi, Shriya Pilgonkar and Divyendu Sharma -- and wrote: 'One from the archives.....True to our characters, we are all on our own trip!! The Tripathis, The Guptas and humaare Guddu Pandit.#throwback #Throwbackthursday #Mirzapurpromotions'.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Vishesh Film/Instagram

Vishesh Films posted a picture of Pooja Bhatt and Sanjay Dutt from Sadak. The actors will be seen in Sadak 2: 'Down memory lane with this timeless still from #Sadak. #ThrowbackThursday'.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Pranitha Subhash/Instagram

Pranitha Subhash wished Suriya on his birthday with a throwback picture from the sets of Massu Engira Masilamani along with Director Venkat Prabhu.

'Happy Birthday Surya sir! Found some of these pictures .. Major throwback to the shoot times for #tamil #masss #venkatprabhu #samuthirakani #suriya #surya sir #happybirthdaysurya #HBDsurya', Pranitha posts.

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