A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities:
After wrapping up Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, Salman Khan has started training with stunt coordinator Larnell Stovall for his upcoming film Sultan. The film stars Salman as 40-year-old wrestler Sultan Ali Khan from Haryana.
Director Ali Abbas Zafar shared a picture, above, and tweeted: 'Sultan @BeingSalmanKhan starts wrestling and mixed martial arts with @larnellstovall & team for next 2 months.'
Produced by Aditya Chopra, the action thriller will also feature Rekha.
Happy birthday Lata Mangeshkar!
Lata Mangeshkar celebrates her 86th birthday on September 28 and several celebrities tweeted their birthday wishes:
Hema Malini: Lataji's birthday! Our country is blessed to have such a divine singer in our midst. Pray God bless her always!
Rishi Kapoor: Happy Birthday,Lata Mangeshkarji and the late Shaheed Bhagat Singhji! Rima,my sister and son Ranbir share this birthday too. Be proud of it!
Javed Akhtar: aap ki saalgirah aap ko , hum ko ,Hindustan ko aur saari duniya ko mubaarak ho
Shaan: Happy Birthday Lata ji !!! Happy Birthday to Voice of Eternal Youth and Divinity!! Our Greatest Pride!
Saroj Khan: Where music begins and has taken a halt !!! May you long live a melodious life. Happy Birthday!
Anubhav Sinha: Besides thousands of impeccable renditions, she inspired lacs of families to support their daughters to take up music.
Shah Rukh hangs out with Ranbir, Karan
Shah Rukh Khan, who is currently in London to spend time with his kids, recently visited the sets of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.
He shared a picture of himself with Karan Johar and Ranbir Kapoor, above, and tweeted: 'Was a treat to watch Ranbir & Karan make their dream come alive. The kids loved it 2.Thx Aye Dil team hav a good one.'
'@karanjohar Insha Allah it will b the biggest film u hav ever made & u hav made sum really Big films! Lov 2 ur happy team. Thx for the Koffee,' he added.
Priyanka watches Quantico with family
ABC's latest thriller Quantico had its premiere on American TV last weekend and Priyanka Chopra watched it with her family.
She posted a picture of herself with mum Madhu and brother Siddharth and tweeted: 'Watching with the family.'
Meanwhile, her colleagues from Bollywood turned to Twitter to praise the show:
Preity Zinta tweeted: 'Back after seeing the first episode of #Quantico & @priyankachopra ?you have killed it babe. So happy 4U & so proud.'
Uday Chopra wrote: 'East coast has already seen #QUANTICO and raving about it. Hats off to you @priyankachopra can't wait to see it!!! Congratulations!'
The series will air in India from October 3.
Konkona wins Best Actress at South Asian Film Fest
Bengali movie Kadambari has won two awards at the Washington DC South Asian Film Festival, including Best Film and Best Actress.
The film's leading lady Konkona Sensharma tweeted: 'Thrilled to have received Best Actress award at the Washington DC South Asian Film Festival! Kadambari Best Film & Court had Best Director!'
Directed by Suman Ghosh, the film is based is based on the life of late poet Rabindranath Tagore and his controversial relationship with his sister-in-law Kadambari Devi.
Jacqueline returns to Mumbai
After completing the shoot for Housefull 3 in London, Jacqueline Fernandez is back in Mumbai.
She posted a picture, above, and tweeted: 'Back in the city #mumbai'
Jacqueline will be next seen in James Simpson's horror film Definition of Fear.