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What are Shahid, Kiara, Shriya up to?

June 24, 2019 12:08 IST

What's keeping the stars busy?

Wherever Bollywood celebs go, the cameras follow.

Promotions, screenings... Bollyfolk get snapped everywhere.

So what were they doing this weekend?

 

Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani promote Kabir Singh at R City Mall in Mumbai.

 

Sonakshi Sinha promotes her coming film Khandaani Shafakhana.

 

Varun Sharma and rapper Badshah join Sona.

 

Shriya Saran, who is back from her South American holiday, watches Dhanush's The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir.

 

Gaurav Gera was at the screening too.

 

Varun Dhawan was at the screening of the Punjabi film Shaada, starring Neeru Bajwa and Diljit Dosanjh.

 

Vicky Kaushal with dad Sham Kaushal.

 

Neha Dhupia attended the Shaada screening with hubby Angad Bedi.

 

Singer Gurdas Maan.

 

Krishika Lulla.

 

Pavan Malhotra.

 

Kunal Kapoor at the screening of his film Noblemen.

 

Noblemen actors Muskaan Jafri, Ali Haji, Shaan Grover, Hardik Thakkar.

 

Kiran Rao.

 

Rohan Mehra.

 

Karim Hajee.

 

Vardhan Puri performed a puja on his grandfather Amrish Puri's 87th birth anniversary.

It's a thing so rare to take birth in a family that goes down in history because of the craft, hardwork, talent & relentless spirit of one man', Vardhan wrote.

'I feel blessed to be grandson to a legendary grandfather, a human being par excellence and an artist who the world celebrates'.

'We grandchildren lovingly called him 'Dadu'. Our granddad fit the bill of a 'complete man' to the tee. His paternalistic nature won hearts. He was all inclusive. He loved, cared for & helped all those he came in touch with. He was the ultimate father figure'.

'He claimed that the best days of his life were not the days that won him praise or awards but the days his grandchildren were born. He doted on us. He'd spend time with us, playing, photographing every smile that flashed on our faces & videographed every little nuance of ours'.

'He'd even record every new word we spoke when we were learning to talk babies. We miss you dadu. Thank you for being you and thank you for blessing and guiding us everyday. I know you are with us - I can feel your presence. Love you, Your 'Tiger'.

Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar

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