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FIRST LOOK: Sonam Kapoor's swag in Dolly Ki Doli

November 28, 2014 18:16 IST
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A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities:

The first look of Arbaaz Khan's next production Dolly Ki Dolly is out.

The film's leading lady Sonam Kapoor shared her look from the film and tweeted: 'Are you ready to fall in love with Dolly? But be warned...' 

Directed by debutant Abhishek Dogra, the romantic comedy also features Rajkummar Rao and Pulkit Samrat in significant roles.

Star wish Happy thanksgiving!

Several Bollywood stars took to Twitter to celebrate Thanksgiving.

Nargis Fakhri got a little homesick. 'I miss eating turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mash potatoes n corn. plus pumpkin or sweet potato pie... HAPPY thanksgiving America,' she tweeted.

American performer and actress Lauren Gottlieb celebrated with her family.

She wished her fans too, 'Happy Thanksgiving!! What a wonderful day to celebrate with your loved ones. Tell everyone how much they mean to you!'

Shatrughan Sinha wrote: 'Happy #Thanksgiving to all friends in USA.There are so many things we are thankful for. Wish everyone a great day with their loved ones.'

Dilip Kumar and Saira Banu's day out!


Veteran actor Dilip Kumar took to Twitter to share a picture of himself with wife Saira Banu and tweeted: 'Spent a lovely evening in our Pali Hill home-garden with Saira.' 

Kumar will be celebrating his 92nd birthday on December 11.

Happy birthday Yami Gautam!

Actress Yami Gautam, who forayed into Bollywood with Vicky Donor, celebrated her 26th birthday on November 28.

Actor Prosenjit Chatterjee took to Twitter to wish her and wrote: 'Wish you a many many happy returns of this day...@YamiGautam_YG God bless.'

Hema Malini: It hit me hard when my films didn't succeed

Actress-turned-politician Hema Malini says she entered politics because she wanted to make a difference.

'So many thgs to do, so many people to meet.I have forgotten my needs -looks like this phase of my life is only meant for working for others! Also true that I stood for Lok Sabha bec I felt that I could make a difference to the constituency I was going to represent. But at that point I had no idea of the magnitude of responsibilities I would have to shoulder, the # of people I would be answerable to,' Hema tweeted.

'No not profit motive. I always believed in doing well whatever I undertake to do & profit or loss was never in my mind. The movies I made were purely the result of my own decisions, my desire to follow my own convictions. It hit me hard whn they didn't succeed,' she added.

Hema will be next seen in Ramesh Sippy's upcoming film Shimla Mirch.

First look: Sriram Raghavan's Badlapur


The first look of Badlapur is out.

Actor Varun Dhawan shared the first official poster and tweeted: 'First teaser poster of #badlapur out now!!!' 

The thriller also stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Yami Gautam, Divya Dutta and Huma Qureshi.

Badlapur's trailer will accompany Ajay Devgn starrer Action Jackson in theatres.

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