The latest Bollywood updates.
Salman Khan has sparked dating rumours with Iulia Vantur once again after the two were spotted leaving the Mumbai airport recently.
They were accompanied by the actor's mother Salma Khan and sister Alvira Agnihotri.
Yesterday, the duo were spotted spending time together in Chandigarh, where he was shooting his upcoming film, Sultan.
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Brett Lee's unINDIAN to screen at Cannes Antipodes fest
The cross cultural Australian comedy unINDIAN, featuring former cricket star Brett Lee and actress Tannishtha Chatterjee, will be screened at the Antipodes Festival at Cannes during the ongoing Cannes Film Festival.
The film directed by Sydney-based Indian Australian filmmaker Anupam Sharma has been an initiative supported by Screen Australia and Screen NSW with major investment from Australia India Film Fund.
unINDIAN had its world premiere in Montreal, and continued to be screened at number of film festivals throughout Europe and America.
The film opened across 70 screens in Australia, with MADMAN picking up ancilliary sales in Australia.
The producers will be selling the film to various territories, particularly India,through their global sales agents, Yellow Affair at Cannes.
unINDIAN also stars Supriya Pathak Kapur, Akash Kurana & Gulshan Grover.
The film will also be screened at the St Tropez Film Festival in October.
Maharashtra government assures help to ailing singer Mubarak Begum
Maharashtra Government has assured all necessary help to noted Bollywood playback singer Mubarak Begum, who has been hospitalised after complaining of weakness and stomach ache.
"On instructions from Cultural Affairs minister Vinod Tawde, a senior official from the department met Begum at the hospital and spoke to the doctors," an aide of the minister told PTI.
The minister has assured all financial and medical support to the family, he said.
Begum, 76, was admitted to a hospital in suburban Andheri on May 3.
Begum, who sang the evergreen song Kabhi tanhaiyon mein hamari yaad ayegi, from the 1961 movie Hamari Yaad Aayegi, has not been keeping well for the last few years.
Through the 1950s and 1960s, she worked with the best music directors in the film industry, collaborating with S D Burman, Shankar Jaikishan and Khayyam for movies that starred screen legends like Sunil Dutt, Nargis and Rajendra Kumar.
Now, she lives in a one-bedroom house in the Mumbai's western suburb of Jogeshwari. Her health deteriorated after the demise of her daughter last year.
Her son -- who used to freelance as a driver -- and his wife also live in the same house.
Mubarak Begum was born in Rajasthan. She moved to Mumbai when she was 10-year-old. Among her favourite memories is singing Woh na aayenge palat kar from Devdas which released in 1955 starring Dilip Kumar and Vyjayantimala.