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Lauren Gottlieb becomes a cabaret dancer

March 23, 2015 17:00 IST
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A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities:

Former Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa contestant Lauren Gottlieb will perform a cabaret dance in Dibakar Banerjee’s Detective Byomkesh Bakshy.

The actress shared a picture, left, and tweeted, ‘Presenting my new song "Calcutta Kiss" @yrf @byomkeshbakshy @itsSSR Film releasing April 3rd!’

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Happy birthday Kangana Ranaut!

Kangana Ranaut celebrated her 28th birthday on March 23 and her Fashion director Madhur Bhandarkar wished her on Twitter.

'Wishing National award actress #KanganaRanaut many happy returns of the day,' Madhur tweeted.

Kangana will be next seen in Katti Batti, which is expected to release on September 18.

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Stars support Deepika Padukone

Several stars turned to Twitter to support Deepika Padukone for speaking out about depression:

Dia Mirza: It takes bravado to share your vulnerability with the world. But then, you can when you have made it your strength.

Genelia Deshmukh: Hats off to @deepikapadukone for doing this interview on depression.... I'm sure she's already made a huge difference.. Way to go girl

Farah Khan: It takes great courage 2 admit r weaknesses & that too in front of the whole world. Kudos to @deepikapadukone for talking about depression.

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'Thank you Bhagat Singh!'

Several Bollywood celebrities turned to Twitter to remember martyr Bhagat Singh on his death anniversary:

Prakash Jha: Sarfaroshi ki tamanna...The young Bhagat Singh embraced martyrdom to slavery! What an inspiration he has been to us through all these years!

Sudhir Mishra: Bhagat Singh does not need anyone to explain who he was ! His actions and words said it all . Amazing for a person so young ! Salaam!

Rishi Kapoor: Thank you Bhagat Singh,Sukhdev Rajguru and all others. March 23rd 1931. Jai Ho!

Shekhar Kapur: #ShaheedBhagatSingh was just 23 when he was martyred.. and was a huge inspiration to the youth to fight for India's freedom. Do we value it?

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Ram Kapoor returns to TV

 

Ram Kapoor's latest television show, Dil Ki Baatein Dil Hi Jaane, will premiere tonight.

He shared a picture of himself with Mahesh Bhatt (above) and tweeted: 'One of my favourite photos with Bhatt saab. Our show starts tonight....I'm super excited!!' 

The show is inspired by Mahesh Bhatt’s 1989 film Daddy, starring Pooja Bhatt and Anupam Kher.

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Like the new poster of Gabbar is Back?

 

Akshay Kumar turned to Twitter to share the poster of his upcoming Hindi action drama film Gabbar is Back and tweeted: 'Here's the brand new poster of #GabbarIsBack! Don't forget to watch the #GabbarTrailerTomorrow.

Directed by Krish, the film will star Shruti Haasan, Prakash Raj, Sonu Sood and Nikitin Dheer. It will release on May 1.

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