TV Actor Shared Group Photo Of Birthday Party, Social Distancing Did Not Show

  • ByShubhi
  • Published: June 23,2020
tv actor shared group photo of birthday party social distancing did not show

Mohit Sehgal and Sanaya Irani who are one of the most famous and liked couples in the television industry. He recently shared a picture from his friend Gautam Hegde's birthday party, after which he has been in the discussion. In the photo, he appeared posing with his celeb friends Karan Wahi, Barun Sobti, Asha Negi, Riddhi Dogra, Akshay Dogra.

Mohit Sehgal posted and wrote this

While sharing the photo, Mohit wrote - Happy lockdown birthday my sweet and dear friend. Something had to be different on your birthday. Hopefully, we have followed all the instructions. Open shoes outside the house, sanitize hands before entering, always wear masks. But the cake was not eaten in the face of the mask. No problem. Have a nice day Hope the year is good for you. Brought lots of happiness. love you my friend ... always

But despite all these, social distancing did not appear in the party. All the stars were standing together posing. Questions are being raised about this on social media. At the same time, Sanaya Irani has also shared photos of cake cutting. Sanaya was not seen wearing a mask during cake cutting.

Talking about Mohit and Sanaya's love story, the two shows met when we met on the set of Hum Tum. In the show, Sanaya was in the opposite role of Mohit. This is where love started between them. On 25 January 2016, Kapal got married in Goa. Both were married in a very grand way.

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Batman's Director Joel Schumacher, Who Died Of Cancer, Died In 80 Years

  • ByShubhi
  • Published: June 23,2020
batmans director joel schumacher died of cancer in 80 years

Joel Schumacher, costume designer turned film director, died on Monday. He was fighting cancer for a long time. Joel also directed The Lost Boys, Falling Down, and two Batman films. A representation of Joel stated that he breathed his last in New York after fighting cancer for a long time.

Joel had made many such films from 1980 to 1990 which were not much appreciated by the critics but all these films got a lot of love from the audience. Joel was given the Batman franchise when Tim Burton exited Warner Bros. He dominated the series after giving two tremendous hits.

The first Batman film made by Joel was Batman Forever. In this film, Val Kilmer, Tommy Lee Jones, Jim Carrey and Nicole Kidman played important characters. The film had a worldwide collection of 300 million. Batman & Robin was his second Batman film, which he brought in 1997. In this film, George Clooney played the character of Batman.

Arnold became villain

In the film, Arnold Chevroger was in the role of Mr. Freeze (Villain). After Joel's death, all Hollywood actors are paying tribute to him through social media.

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Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein starring R Madhavan and Dia Mirza sequel in making

  • ByRiya
  • Published: June 23,2020

R Madhavan was already a known actor thanks to his stint on TV and in Tamil films before he made his Hindi film debut with Gautham Vasudev Menon's Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein. The movie also marked the debut of then-Miss Asia Pacific Dia Mirza and starred Saif Ali Khan in a pivotal role. Popularly known as RHTDMRehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein was a Hindi remake of Menon's own Tamil hit Minnale which also starred Madhavan in the lead role. 

Upon its release, the movie failed to make a mark at the box office but over the years it has gained a cult following amongst the movie watching audience. Also, the songs of the film were all chartbusters be it the title track, Sach Keh Raha Hai Deewana, Dil Ko Tumse Pyaar Hua or Zara Zara, among others. 

Both Madhavan and Dia often celebrate the anniversary of their cult classic and in fact in 2016 they also recreated the poster of the film. Not just that, for years now fans have been hoping to see the two reunite for a sequel and it looks like their prayers are heard. If a report in Mid Day is to be believed then a sequel to Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein has been green lit by the producers. 

The source told the tabloid, 

The makers toyed with some concepts, on and off, over the years. Only now have they found a script that has appealed to everyone and seems a natural progression to the lives of Maddy and Reena [the characters essayed by Madhavan and Mirza respectively]. The script is in the final stage of development.

Unlike the 2001 film which was about college rivalry and romance,  the sequel will reportedly be about their post-marriage struggles and how they try to get their love story back on track. 


There was no response from producer Jackky Bhagnani when he was asked about the sequel. 

Veteran actor Dalip Tahil opens up on Bollywood being targeted over Sushant's suicide

  • ByRiya
  • Published: June 23,2020

Ever since Sushant Singh Rajput passed away, there's a lot been said, assumed, speculated about the reason behind his suicide. While his official autopsy report claimed he died of asphyxia due to hanging by the ceiling, majority of the society is still in disbelief that the 34-year old actor would end his life just like that. Even if he was undergoing treatment for 'clinical depression', as reported by some portals, people are curious to know what forced him into depression. Speaking of which, Bollywood has now come at the receiving end with netizens suspecting its behaviour towards SSR, when he was alive. Prominent production houses like YRF, Dharma have been targeted for allegedly boycotting Sushant from their movies. Actors, filmmakers too are being called out on the internet for apparently treating Sushant like an 'outsider' despite his talent and successful streak.

The Bandra police station is currently investigating Sushant's suicide by interrogating everyone who was close to the actor; both professionally as well as personally. 

Veteran actor Dalip Tahil, best known for working in films like Baazigar, Ishq, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, Mission Mangal, among many others, recently spoke to Times Now and shared his honest views on the heated debate over Bollywood's involvement in Sushant's suicide. He has been a part of the industry since the last 46 years and he feels that a 'boycott' can't work in an industry like Bollywood. Although he agrees film industry is not 'welcoming' enough but he feels that Sushant was a 'bankable actor' so his career issues couldn't have been the only prime reason that drove him to end his life. He thinks there are multiple factors involved and blaming the film industry alone is not right.

Excerpts from the interview.

"Look, I think, like I said when a young man and a successful young man takes his own life at the age of 34, I think it is for society to definitely raise the questions, to ask the questions and to try and understand as to why this would happen to a person so young and who's successful. However, I also don't agree with the fact that you should… that before the investigation is done and the clinical analysis has been done to perfectly understand this, that the narrative should start and the blame game begin on day one that the film industry is responsible for this. I'm not saying that… I don't know the facts now, it may be that the film industry in some way was responsible cause that was his career ground, but to say that it was completely responsible is a bit far-fetched. I think that it was an accumulation of several factors and one would definitely or possibly be his career. But to say that there's a mafia responsible who had boycotted him and who had sworn never to sign him on, you know, you have to be outside the film industry to talk like that. I mean if this is a negative sense, but the film industry is just not so coordinated, the film industry lives by, the mantra is the box office.

There is no way that a boycott on someone like Sushant Singh Rajput would ever survive because he was a bankable actor. That is the biggest mantra in the film industry. You might boycott someone like that once, two three people might say ‘I am not going to work with them for other reasons’, but there's no way he'd be out of a job. I'm telling you the struggle in this industry is to be bankable, is for producers to say ‘yaar iske sath picture bikti hai’. The biggest success barometer is that when you begin to become a saleable, bankable actor. So all this business about boycotting… there may have been certain differences with certain producers, contracts go haywire, things go upside down there are a lot of intangibles in the film industry I'm not saying that. There is a lot of everything in the film industry, but it is like a microcosm of the world we live in.

Of course, there are people who are doing all sorts of things because all sorts of people are attracted to the movies because there is glamour, there is money, there’s power and everything so it takes all kinds. But to think, like yesterday I am going back to this editor from this channel from some remote channel who was saying that you know, the industry is full of sin. Well, of course there is but I mean that people who are working also the people who are you making films and a lot of people are making very good films. So it's a big vast playing field."