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Happy birthday Nawaz!

By Rediff Movies
May 19, 2021 14:37 IST
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Photograph: Kind courtesy Rasika Dugal/Instagram

Nawazuddin Siddiqui turns 47 on May 19, and his Manto co-actor Rasika Dugal sends him some love with pictures and a post:

'Happy Happy Birthday 'Sa Saab' @nawazuddin._siddiqui. Thank you for always being upto getting the giggles, sharing excitement about the details, for your unassuming wisdom and for still responding to being called Sa saab by me... Safia ke लिए हमेशा सा साब

'To better times when we can work together again.'


Photograph: Kind courtesy Anil Kapoor/Instagram

Anil Kapoor celebrates his wedding anniversary with wife Sunita and writes, 'All the love stories and quotes about love fall short in front of our love story. With you by my side I know I'm safe, loved & happy!

'You are the bedrock of our combined families and we don't know what we'd do without you in our lives! I promise to spend my life making you feel loved and treasured in the way that you deserve it...Happy Anniversary!!'


Photograph: Kind courtesy Neha Dhupia/Instagram

Neha Dhupia has cause for celebration too and writes, 'Two and a half years today ... our baby girl a little bit (or a lot) of chocolate never hurts.'


Photograph: Kind courtesy Rohit Roy/Instagram

Rohit Roy praises wife Manasi Joshi in the short film Ek Ajnabi in the series Locked in Love:

'I marvel every time I see her performing a scene... seems to be so easy for her to slip into any character in a matter of minutes while most spend days and months even getting into the skin of the character! And she does it effortlessly... More power to u.'


Photograph: Kind courtesy Tovino Thomas/Instagram

Tovino Thomas celebrates four years of his film Godha with Director Basil Joseph and Renji Panicker, who played his father in the film.


Photograph: Kind courtesy Sonali Bendre/Instagram

What is Sonali Bendre reading?

She tells us: 'While I'm not specifically a cat person (I'm a hardcore dog person), I thought we could make an exception for the next book of SBC (Sonali Book Club), which is The Dalai Lama's Cat by David Michie. I was looking for a warm, feel-good book, and I came across this one.

'It's a little different from the books we've picked before, and is sort of an introduction to Buddhism told from the perspective of a cat. I can't wait to begin, and look forward to discussing it with you all soon.'


Photograph: Kind courtesy Anita Hassanandani/Instagram

Aaravv Reddy is the apple of mama Anita Hassanandani's eyes!


Photograph: Kind courtesy Ameesha Patel/Instagram

Guess who this is?


Photograph: Kind courtesy Karanvir Bohra/Instagram

Karanvir Bohra has a quick question for you: 'Ok at what age does this stop? My kids eat by themselves individually and responsibly at other people's houses, But at our house we have to chase these 2.'

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