'Kochadaiiyaan is our first attempt to bring new technology to India'
Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting.
Tamil superstar Rajinikanth, who returns to the marquee with his latest film Kochadaiiyaan, turned to Twitter to wish luck to the entire team.
'My best wishes to my daughter @soundaryaarajni and the entire #Kochadaiiyaan team. I am sure you all will enjoy the movie in the theatres,' the 63-year-old star wrote.
Thanking all the well-wishers, Soundarya tweeted: 'Thanks for all ur wishes. Hope u all enjoy our first attempt to bring new technology to india... It's our thalaivar in a new avatar !!!'
The 3D film also stars Deepika Padukone, Jackie Shroff and Shobhana.
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Image: Movie poster of Kochadiiyaan
Tiger Shroff: India's answer to Jackie Chan
Star kid Tiger Shroff makes his Bollywood debut with Heropanti and several celebrities turned to Twitter to wish him luck. Here's what they said:
Shilpa Shetty: 'Just saw #HEROPANTI, Wow! Superhit..gotta watch tweetos. KRITI is faaab and #TIGER SHROFF "ROARS", Indias answer to Jackie Chan.'
Manisha Koirala: 'Tiger shroff is fantastic..in hiropanti..next super star is here!!!'
Farah Khan: 'All good wishes n blessings to Tiger shroff..his film releases today n it looks fantastic! God bless.'
Subhash Ghai: 'Another star is born today. He is #tiger shroff. Go n watch #heropanti to believe it. He has everything plus blessings of everyone.'
Randeep Hooda: 'Watch @Heropanti for a kickass #TigerShroff and an effervescent #kirtisanon and the ever dependent @prakashraaj. thanks@WardaNadiadwala :))))'
Image: Tiger Shroff
'The only tragedy of Manam is that ANR is not alive to see it'
Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma, who recently saw veteran Tamil actor Akkineni Nageswara Rao's last film Manam, says it's a daring film.
'Just Saw Manam. ..If it was made in Bollywood it wud hav straight gone for 100 crores..its an avant garde product but deeply rooted in earth. Manam is the first constructive demonstration that Tollywood actually can go into a new age of cinema thus breaking done to death shackles. There was a standing ovation at the end in the theatre I saw Manam which I doubt ever happens for a telugu film. I feared Chaitanya would feel overawed in sharing the same screen space with Nag but he was terrific,' RGV tweeted.
'In fact in Manam, Chaitanya was way far better than how Nag was in his first screen sharing experience with ANR. Both Nag and Vikram deserve multiple salutes for making a film like Manam happen. Nag and Chaitanya's onscreen chemistry is the best I ever saw between two actors. The only tragedy of Manam is that ANR is not alive to see this astounding celebration of human emotions. From the time ANR brought the industry to Hderabad to Nag taking it further on to a new age cinema...that's what I call a great journey,' he added.
Image: Nagarjuna, Naga Chaitanya and Akkineni Nageswara Rao in Manam
After Cannes, Sonam goes to Paris!
Sonam Kapoor, who was recently spotted at the Cannes Film Festival, is now shooting in Paris for Khoosurat.
'Shooting at Disney land Paris for Disney's khoobsurat! The happiest place on earth for sure!!' Kapoor tweeted.
In the mean time, her sister Rhea and mom Sunita Kapoor have returned to India. 'Touchdown Bombay! loved our French journey with our desi comrades Anamika Khanna, Suhani Pittie, Ruchika Sachdeva and mom this year!' Rhea wrote.
Image: Sonam Kapoor
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Sonakshi-Akshay kickstart Holiday promotions
Sonakshi Sinha has started promoting her film Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty with co-star Akshay Kumar.
She shared a picture of them together and wrote: 'Let the promotions begin! In Delhi tonight for #Holiday with @akshaykumar!'
Directed by A R Murugadoss, the action movie releases on June 6.
Image: Sonakshi Sinha and Akshay Kumar