Birthday wishes for Sonakshi
Dabangg girl Sonakshi Sinha turns 24 today and B-Town folks took turns to wish her through tweets.
Arbaaz Khan tweeted his wishes: 'Happy Birthday Sonakshi Sinha. Have a great day and fantastic year ahead. Wishing the Dabangg girl super success in life'
Neil Nitin Mukesh also wished well. 'Here's wishing @sonakshisinha a very happy birthday ! GOD bless you,' he wrote.
Jewellery designer Farah Khan Ali wished the birthday girl: 'Happy birthday my Sona, wish u love luck, health wealth and happiness always,' she updated.
Sonakshi's Joker co-star Minissha Lamba wished the birthday girl too: 'Wishing my co-star @sonakshisinha a very Happy Birthday! May the year be all that u have dreamed of Sona.. Hugs :)' she tweeted.
Image: Sonakshi Sinha
Monica Dogra joins PETA bandwagon
Dhobi Ghat actress Monica Dogra has appeared in a new PETA ad where she urges people to 'try to relate to who is on their plate, go vegetarian.'
The actor-singer posted the ad on twitter page.
Well, we are not sure about the hen but Monica is looking like a temptress.
Image: Monica Dogra in PETA advertisement
What Amitabh Bachchan is afraid of
Amitabh Bachchan, whose film Bbuddah... Hoga Tera Baap, is all set for release next month, is afraid that he will soon become a regular for the audience.
'Finished the serial 'The Kennedy's' and felt I needed to see more ..so engrossing the life of this one family ..never can get enough 'Bbuddah' nears completion on post production and it has been an amazing experience with Puri Jagganath .. great sense of cinema ..! Am afraid there will be a regular dosage of mine in days to come .. July 1st 'Bbuddah', August 12th 'Aarakshan' and August 15th KBC !' he tweeted.
Image: Amitabh Bachchan
Bollywood shows support for Raj Kiran
While actors like Mithun Chakraborty and Shah Rukh Khan have already made their support public, Shabana Azmi found the news very distressing.
'The news on Raj Kiran found in mental asylum in Atlanta is distressing. He was so wonderful in ARTH. I hope he is nursed back to health soon,' she tweeted.
Filmmaker Ken Ghosh, on the other hand, was saddened by his story. 'What happened to Raj Kiran reminds me that for every success story in the film industry there are a million sad stories,' he tweeted.
Image: Shabana Azmi