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Raveena: Aamir has a right to his opinion

November 25, 2015 17:21 IST
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Raveena TandonA look at the top posts on social media from your favourite Bollywood celebrities:

While Aamir Khan is facing ire on social media for his comments about the increasing intolerance in India, reactions continue to pour in on Twitter.

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 tweeted: 'Please a request, agree/disagree is our right, I agreed to sm things aamir said,disagree with a few ..He has his right to opinion,pls refrain. This is a free country.. Violent protests/abuses spoil the atmosphere for a healthy debate.. Please don't get carried away with hatred. Ultimately we all want to be proud and see our country progress .. Our goal is the same. For our children to grow up in a great new India.'

Kabir Bedi: 'ABCD of "#Intolerance": Appointments, Bans, Censorship, Deaths of non-conformists. True. But, overall, India remains as tolerant as ever.'

Aditi Rao Hydari: 'Charming! So when someone thinks of relocating we burn their pictures and then by association abuse me- And we say we are not intolerant?'

Mini Mathur: 'My question to all those who are reacting to Aamir Khans interview ... "Have YOU seen the interview?" Please do. Then opine. Now waiting for the trolls to bombard me asking me to go to Pakistan because Im married to a Muslim & telling me there's no intolerance.'

Jaaved Jaaferi: 'All the people who have migrated from India, had a choice, and could afford to. Ask the people at Microsoft,NASA,Google,Doctors in UK/USA. How come these migrants are not condemned for not staying here and making their country better?? Are they traitors too?'

Shirish Kunder: 'People may get upset if their logic is challenged, but they will get angry if their blind faith is challenged. The words of the wise will be silenced by the aggression of fools. #IStandWithAamirKhan'

Shobhaa De: 'Most balanced perspective on the manufactured Aamir Khan controversy comes from Rajdeep Sardesai. Hate mongers need to read it and back off.


'May Guru Nanak shower his blessings on us'

On the occassion of Guru Nanak Jayanti, several Bollywood celebrities turned to Twitter to wish their fans. Here's what they said:

Amitabh Bachchan: 'n the auspicious occasion of Guru Nanak Dev ji's birth anniversary .. greetings to all .. peace and love!'

Lata Mangeshkar: 'Sat Sri Akaal. Aap sab ko Guru Nanak jayanti ki hardik shubh kaamanayein.'

Sunny Deol: 'May Guru Nanak act as a guiding star in our life and shower his blessings on us!'


Happy birthday, Armaan Jain!

Actor Armaan Jain, who made his Bollywood debut with Lekar Hum Deewana Dil, celebrated his 25th birthday on November 25.

Actress Athiya Shetty wished him on Twitter. She posted a picture and wrote: 'Happiest Birthday to the funniest person I know @TheArmaanJain #FriendLikeFamily #LooneyTunes'

Armaan is Raj Kapoor's grandson.


Anoushka Shankar to tour India

Noted sitar player Anoushka Shankar is set to tour India to promote her latest album, Home, next month.

Confirming the news, she wrote on Facebook: 'Hi India! I'm thrilled and excited to return for a series of classical concerts this winter in support of my album HOME. For a list of cities, dates, ticket links and more, please like Anoushka Shankar Home - India Tour 2015 to stay tuned. See you soon!'

Shankar will be performing in cities like Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru.


Anupam ‏Kher bids adieu to The Head Hunters Calling

Anupam Kher recently finished shooting for his upcoming Hollywood film The Headhunter’s Calling in Toronto.

'#TheHeadHuntersCalling shooting over. On my way back to MY INDIA. Have travelled almost all over d world. No place like my country,' Kher tweeted.

He later posted pictures and added: 'Thank you Mark, Gerard, Gretchen & Max for so much love, warmth & joy during shooting of #TheHeadHuntersCalling.'

Directed by Mark Williams, the drama film stars Gerard Butler, Maxwell Jenkins, Alison Brie, Willem Dafoe and Alfred Molina.


On the sets of TE3N

Filmmaker Sujoy Ghosh, who is currently shooting for his next film TE3N in Kolkata, shared a picture of his leading lady Vidya Balan and wrote: 'the @vidya_balan .. the calm before the storm.'

The film also stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Amitabh Bachchan.


Irrfan Khan gears up for Kiss Of The Scorpion

After Jazbaa, actor Irrfan Khan has started shooting for Anup Singh's upcoming film, Kiss Of The Scorpion.

He posted a picture from the sets and wrote: 'Knowing each other for @SinghAnupsyng movie# kiss of the scorpion.' 

The film will also feature Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani.


Shilpa Shetty catches up with Kapil Sharma

Actress Shilpa Shetty recently visited the sets of television show Comedy Nights With Kapil to promote her book The Great Indian Diet.

She posted a picture and wrote: 'Just packed up,it's late but energised with @KapilSharmaK9 humour. Tweetos a pic in my new avatar. too much fun.'

Meanwhile, she launched Viaan mobiles, named after her three-year-old son. '#MobileRevolution Launching @ViaanMobiles today on this auspicious occasion.Happy Guru Nanak Jayanti to u tweetos,' she added.


Genelia D'Souza celebrates son Riaan's birthday

Actress Genelia D'Souza celebrates her son Riaan's first birthday today. She posted a picture on Instagram and wrote: 'Happy Birthday Riaan ... I'm your Mom and that's my biggest achievement..You are my life.. May God Bless You Always.'

'Thank You Riaan for making me a mom.. Thank you my baby for making our lives special.. Happy Birthday My Baby,' she added.


Tamannaah Bhatia bonds with Nora Fatehi

Actress Tamannaah Bhatia recently shot an item number with Nora Fatehi for upcoming film Tamil film Oopiri.

She posted a picture of them together and tweeted: 'Shooting with the gorgeous @Norafatehi #Oopiri , it's gonna be a super fun song!!!!!'

Directed by Vamsi Paidipally, the bilingual film also stars Akkineni Nagarjuna and Karthi.

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