A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities:
Salman Khan tweeted the poster of his upcoming production Hero and posted: '#HeroPoster2 for you… 11th Sept. ke liye taiyaar rehena.'
The film, which is a remake of Subhash Ghai's 1983 hit Hero, will mark the debut of Suniel Shetty's daughter Athiya Shetty and Aditya Pancholi's son Sooraj Pancholi.
It will release on September 11.
'You can't ARREST dissenting students'
Celebrities turned to Twitter criticise the arrest of five students of Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) on charges of rioting:
Shekhar Kapur: There was a time #FTII was considered one of the best film schools in Asia and produced some brilliant talent. What happened?
Rajat Kapoor: Its shocking that the government cannot find the right person with the right vision for FTII- they'd rather let it develop into this mess!
Resul Pookutty: Arrest?! In the middle of the night?! I do not think the police have followed the rules laid out by SC in making arrests! My debate is the time and manner in which it is done!
Hansal Mehta: Those who think absolute authority will quell the rebellion of a few students, beware. The oppressor will perish. The rebel will survive.
Anubhav Sinha: ABSOLUTELY CONDEMNABLE!!! You can't ARREST dissenting students.... #FTII. Honestly, Government should appoint a retired Vice Chancellor to sort the FTII issue. He will deal with this better. Ab goli chalaoge kya?
Anupam Kher meets George Lucas
Anupam Kher, who is currently touring US for his play Mera Woh Matlab Nahi Tha, bumped into Star Wars creator George Lucas at Robert De Niro's birthday party.
He shared a picture, above, and wrote: 'Genuinely believe that #KucchBhiHoSaktaHai. Never thought wil meet George Lucas in Robert De Niro's birthday party.'
Meanwhile, the 60-year-old actor has been appointed as the ambassador for UN Women's 'HeForShe' campaign. 'Proud to share that @UN_Women honored me by making me Champion of Gender Equality & was pinned 4 @HeforShe at @UN,' he added.
Kunal Kapoor goes to Nepal
Kunal Kapoor, who raised money for Nepal's earthquake victims earlier this year, recently visited the affected areas to oversee rescue operations.
'What a day!! Landslides. Off-roading. Trekking. Rain. Broken homes. Rescue operations. Resilient, warm people,' the 37-year-old actor tweeted, adding: 'Houses are reduced to rubble. And people are still living in make shift homes. Amazin work by @carenepal but lots still needs to be done.'
He later posted a picture, above, and wrote: 'And then you come across these amazing smiles, and everything seems ok.'
First look: Trisha Krishnan in Nayaki
Actress Trisha Krishnan, who is currently shooting with Kamal Haasan for Thoongavanam, shared the first poster of her next venture Nayaki (pictured above).
'NAYAKI will be a bilingual n d genre is horror/comedy. Super xcited about d script n my role. Do keep us in ur prayers n thx fr all d wishes,' she tweeted.
Directed by director Govi, the film will also star Ganesh Venkatraman.