Anurag Kashyap praises Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani
Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting.
Anurag Kashyap, who attended the special screening of Ranbir Kapoor-Deepika Padukone starrer Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani last night in Mumbai, is all praise for the film and its director Ayan Mukerji.
'I love "wake up Sid" so much and I never thought I would say this but I am saying this, I love "Yeh Jawani Hai Diwani" so much more.. I expected why the F&@£ Ayan has done this, I thought I am going to sleep but wow.. He really twisted every cliche and kicked a,' the 40-year-old filmmaker tweeted.
'I do not watch films for who is in it. but who has made it.. its always the director.. From DB(Shanghai) to Zoya(ZNMD), Imtiaz , Ayan, Vishal B are people i have been consistent about since the Days of PFC,' he continued.
'Only difference between then and now is, I do not talk about films i don't like anymore. kind of pointless,' he added.
He didn't stop there. He added: 'i love good acting like anyone but i make my choice on the basis of who is directing. And the tweet was a response to all the mainstream films (Shanghai,ZNMD, Rockstar and YJHD) that i have praised on twitter.'
Incidentally, Anurag's wife Kalki Koechlin has a pivotal role in the film.
Image: Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani
Poonam Pandey, Sherlyn Chopra slam Mallika Sherawat
'It was only due to the 'Regressive' India that Malika became a movie star. Malika should not bite the hand that has been feeding her. I love #India. Malika went to #Cannes and got carried away with the media attention. She's not used to it na,' Pandey tweeted.
Sherlyn tweeted: 'Had India been "regressive" & "depressing", people such as myself would've been outta work..Why endorse a prejudicial opinion of INDIA???!!! 'Regressive'- Becoming less advanced.. 'Depressing'- Miserable dejection.. Are these the kind of adjectives that define today's INDIA???!!! #MyIndia ain't perfect. Neither is any other nation across d globe. #MyIndia is progressin' with each passin' day!!!'
Image: Poonam Pandey
Photographs: Poonam Pandey/Twitter
After SRK, Akshay Kumar eyes Salman's Eid day
Eid has become synonymous with Salman Khan. But since no film starring Salman Khan is releasing this year, Akshay Kumar's Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai Again and Shah Rukh Khan's Chennai Express are set to release on Eid.
Confirming the Eid release, Akshay shared the first official poster of the film and wrote: 'Here's a feel of what's coming this Eid! So glad to show my fans a sneak peak before it hits India's morning papers :)'
Image: Movie poster of Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai Again
Photographs: Akshay Kumar/Twitter