A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities:
While the trailer of Vikas Bahl's much-awaited film Shaandaar will be released tomorrow, the first teaser poster is out.
Shahid Kapoor shared it on Twitter, above, and tweeted: 'Falling off to sleep, wake me up tomorrow.'
The romantic-comedy also stars Alia Bhatt, Pankaj Kapur and his daughter Sanah, Sanjay Kapoor, Shibani Dandekar and Karan Johar. It will release on October 22.
'If you don't like porn, don't watch it'
Several celebrities took to Twitter to share their views on the Indian government's decision to ban porn sites.
Ram Gopal Varma: 'All countries which legalised porn advanced for instance America not becos of Porn but indicative of giving respect to individual's Liberty. What was said in Supreme Court of America in Larry flynt case "If you don't like porn don't watch but you can't stop who wants to watch it". 25% of all porn visitors originating from India are women, whereas globally, 23% of visitors are women.
'50% of all Indians who access Pornhub do so from their mobiles; India ranks #3 in overall Android traffic with US and Uk at #1 and #2 rank. Indians love porn and the proof is India currently ranked #5 in overall traffic online, with USA ranking at #1. This basically means that it's going to be so many lesser votes for the government in the next election.'
Minissha Lamba: Maybe soon, we can expect #Twitter ban, #Facebook ban, #YouTube ban.. Will be back to reading books. Oh no! They may be banned too.
Chetan Bhagat: Don't ban porn. Ban men ogling, leering, brushing past, groping, molesting, abusing, humiliating and raping women. Ban non-consent. Not sex.
Vishesh Bhatt: The advocate, Vijay Panjwani supporting #pornban has no clue about the Web. He seems as old as the IPC from British/Victorian Raj. Why??
Lata Mangeshkar: There will be no one like Kishore Kumar
Bollywood stars remembered music legend Kishore Kumar on his 86th birth anniversary on August 4.
Lata Mangeshkar shared some old photographs, above, and tweeted: 'Namaskar. Aaj hum sabke priya gayak, sangeetkar, kavi, lekhak, director, producer, hero,script writer Kishore da ki 86 vi jayanti hai. Aisa kalakar na kabhi hua, na hai aur na hoga, aise kalakar ko main pranam karti hun,unke saath gaya hua mera ek pasandida geet aap sabke liye.'
Rishi Kapoor: Happy 86th Birthday Kishore Kumar. Thank you for all the songs you sung.
Riteish Deshmukh: Happy Birthday Kishore Da- Tu.. Tu hai wahi ..Dil ne jise apna kahan.
Sujoy Ghosh: Happiness is a kishore kumar song. happy birthday kishore kumar. thank you for being my instant source of happiness.
Neil Nitin Mukesh: Being a Mukesh grandson,Im a huge Kishore da fan. Remembering him on his birthday. My most fav Kishore Kumar song is JAANE JAAN what's yours?
Ajay Devgn is happy with Drishyam
Ajay Devgn is happy with the response to his latest film Drishyam.
Thanking his well-wishers, Ajay tweeted: 'Very satisfied with the response that Drishyam is getting, one of the rare films that gets you collections as well as respect as an actor.'
Meanwhile, filmmaker Sudhir Mishra praised the film's director Nishikant Kamat and wrote: 'The new Directors have arrived. The Industry has changed for the better. Nishikant Kamat spins a terrific lale . Assured never in a hurry!'
The film, which is a remake of the Malayalam film by the same name, also features Shriya Saran, Tabu, and Rajat Kapoor.
Shraddha Kapoor starts shooting for Baaghi
Shraddha Kapoor has started shooting for her next film Baaghi: A Rebel For Love.
'#BAAGHI song shoot day! My leg injury came back during rehearsals but its better now & with my physios permission, I am allowed to dance!' Shraddha tweeted.
Directed by Sabbir Khan and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, the love story will also star Tiger Shroff.
Like the new poster of Brothers?
The latest poster from Karan Malhotra's Brothers, featuring Jacqueline Fernandez and Akshay Kumar, is out.
Producer Karan Johar posted it on Twitter and wrote: 'When love can conquer all battles and fights.'
The film will release on August 14.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Ketan Mehta promote Manjhi - The Mountain Man
Nawazuddin Siddiqui has started touring the country with director Ketan Mehta to promote their upcoming film Manjhi - The Mountain Man.
He shared a picture of them together, above, and wrote: 'Hiting the roads for direct contact to the audience #INDORE.'
The biopic will release on August 21.