The flash mob dance that happened at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Station on Sunday has become the hot new favourite on the internet.
While 200 Mumbaikars danced to the title song from Rang De Basanti, Bollywood folks tweeted about how excited they were to see it.
Abhishek Bachchan shared the video as he tweeted: 'NOW THIS IS COOL!!! Next time I wanna join too.
Dino Morea loved it too. 'Love the flash mob idea. Brilliant. One thing we surely can do with ease is put a mob together,' he wrote.
Akshay Kumar tweeted: 'Came across this fab video of the Flash Mob at CST in Mumbai. Absolutely brilliant effort by the citizens of Mumbai, spreads awareness and yet enjoyable. Do check it out.'
Kolaveri hottie Shruti Haasan also loved it. 'Flashmob in mumbai!!!how how totally cool was that?big ups!! Loovin it big time!:D' she wrote.
Look who's back on Twitter
Salman Khan, who last tweeted on August 30 before leaving for his surgery in the US, has returned to Twitter.
'Oye teri ! Pass word yaad aah gaya . Kal rath ko badaam khaya na aur subah ko bhi. Samjho,' he tweeted.
Shah Rukh Khan is still suffering from knee pain despite the surgery. 'Having a great time inspite of knee pain...the combo of Girl...Gaana and Gun...all ingredients Don loves. D2 with 3Gs,' he updated.
Bollywood to enter the no smoking zone?
Bollywood filmmakers seem to be in no mood to accept the government notification to ban smoking scenes from films.
After the recent notification by the Union Health Ministry to Censor Board, film producer Ritesh Sidhwani, director Mahesh Bhatt and Javed Akhtar met with I&B minister Ambika Soni, Censor Board CEO Pankaja Thakur and Union Law ministerSalman Khurshid in Delhi yesterday.
After the meeting, Ritesh Sidhwani tweeted: 'Had a good meeting with our I&B and Law Minister. We have decided to mutually come up with a solution to the smoking issue in films. Without a ban being imposed on us.. I think its a good way ahead and as responsible people we will not do anything to glorify smoking.'
Stars pay tribute to Assamese litterateur Indira Goswami
Stars tweeted their tributes for noted Assamese litterateur Indira Raisom Goswami, who passed away yesterday after a prolonged illness.
Shabana Azmi tweeted: 'V sorry to hear about death of Assamese writer Indira Goswami.We met ven both were given Doctorate by Jadavpur University several years ago.'
Deepa Mehta wrote: 'Mourning the death of poet writer Indira Goswami . A courageous writer , a lovely woman of immense compassion . A huge loss.'