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In a first, Deepika attends
Academy Museum Gala in LA
Deepika Padukone is in attendance at the Academy Museum Gala in Los Angeles. She is the first Indian star to be invited to the prestigious event. The Academy Museum Gala is the second biggest stage after the Oscars which is organised by the same board. Earlier this year Deepika was seen on the stage at the Oscars to present the Indian song act. Deepika took to Instagram Stories, where she shared a string of pictures dressed in a dark purple velvet floor-sweeping gown with a plunging neckline. She completed her look for the event with some sparkly diamonds. She will next be seen in Fighter alongside Hrithik Roshan and Anil Kapoor. Deepika also has Kalki 2898 AD with Prabhas and Amitabh Bachchan. (IANS)

 

Teaser of Akshay, Tiger-starrer Bade Miyan Chote Miyan to release Jan 26
The makers of Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff-starrer Bade Miyan Chote Miyan have announced the release of the teaser of the movie during the Republic Day 2024 weekend. A source said: “The teaser cut is locked and loaded with action featuring Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff. It’s in the final stages of post-production at the moment and the team is committed to bringing it during the Republic Day 2024 weekend.” “The teaser will screen all across with the Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone led ‘Fighter’, as team BMCM will be locking a deal with cinema owners for a big splash on the big screen,” revealed the source close to the development. The highly awaited teaser, currently in the final stages of post-production, promises to showcase the high-energy performances of both Akshay and Tiger, intensifying the anticipation surrounding the impending release of the film. (IANS)

 

Hrithik unveils his Fighter character
Superstar Hrithik Roshan has unveiled his character’s look and name from his upcoming tentpole ‘Fighter’. The actor will be portraying the role of Squadron Leader Shamsher Pathania, known by his Call Sign ‘Patty’. The character belongs to the Air Dragons unit of fighter pilots in the film. Hrithik took to his social media on Monday, and shared the first look. Describing his character of Patty aka Squadron Leader Shamsher Pathania, wrote in the caption, “Squadron Leader Shamsher Pathania. Call Sign: Patty. Designation: Squadron Pilot. Unit: Air Dragons. Fighter Forever. #Fighter #FighterOn25thJan #FighterMovie”. (IANS)

 

SRK is part of my daily existence: KJo
Director Karan Johar, who currently hosts chat show Koffee With Karan, said that the Bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan has a huge part of his daily existence. KJo and SRK, as much as they are two powerhouses and call the cards in Bollywood, are also best friends, going a long way back in the mid 1990s. On Monday, the Ae Dil Hai Mushkil director spoke with the media on the sidelines of his show Koffee With Karan, and said that while SRK may not make an appearance on his show anytime soon, for him it’s everyday Koffee With Karan with SRK when they’re chatting in their private space, away from the camera, given the solid foundation of their friendship. KJo lauded the oratory skills of SRK and with the elegance that the latter speaks with. KJo told the media: “As much as I would love Shah Rukh Khan to be on the show because we know how brilliant of a speaker he is and my show is all about good conversations, I would like to say that with him it’s like an everyday Koffee With Karan for me because we are talking to each other everyday, I’m speaking with his kids and Gauri.” (IANS)

“Hearing him speak is an absolute delight, we all have seen the gravitas and the elegance with which he speaks on global platforms. We always discuss things and talk about different subjects. Talking to him so frequently, I can say that he is a huge part of my daily existence.”

‘Koffee with Karan’ season 8 streams on Disney+ Hotstar.
Tom Hanks served Cher when he worked as bellhop at a hotel
Hollywood legend Tom Hanks has reminisced about his youthful brush with Cher. The actor recently appeared on ‘The Graham Norton Show’ alongside Cher and fellow actors Julia Roberts and Timothee Chalamet, and regaled the audience with a story from his days working at a hotel in the 1970s. “I have worked for Cher. I was a bellman at the Oakland Hilton Hotel,” he began, prompting a surprised “No” from the ‘If I Could Turn Back Time’ singer, 77, reports People magazine. “You were with one of your rock-and-roll husbands, and we had your bag. And then word came down, ‘Hey, run this up to Cher’s room,’ so I did,” Tom continued. The actor further mentioned, “I knocked on the door and I put it down and you came out and said, ‘Yeah, that’s it. Thanks, kid.’ And that was it.” “So I have worked for Cher.” (IANS)

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