02122017-LSTC-01.qxd 12/1/2017 7:44 PM Page 1 c m y b CHANDIGARH | SATURDAY | 2 DECEMBER 2017 TRIBUNELIFE+STYLE SALMAN DRAWS PORTRAIT ON FROZEN LAKE TWITTER ‘RAPE IS THEFT, I WAS STOLEN’ The biggest highlight of Tiger Zinda Hai’s upcoming love tack Dil Diyan Gallan is that Bollywood’s superstar Salman Khan drew a portrait for his former girlfriend and co-star Katrina Kaif on a frozen lake in Austria for the song! The director Ali Abbas Zafar shared, “We have filmed Dil Diyan Gallan in an old school, a vintage way to bring alive the romance between two mature people. The biggest highlight is the unique Katrina portrait that Salman has drawn on a frozen lake.” ANI Rape is theft. I was stolen. My life was stolen. It is a crime. For years, I became a passenger in my own body. And I am not the only one because after every #MeToo out there, there is a #IDidIt. c m y b — ROSE MCGOWAN ALI TO FELICITATE JUDI Actor Ali Fazal will felicitate his Victoria & Abdul co-actor Judi Dench at the Santa Barbara Film Festival. Dench will be honoured with the annual Kirk Douglas Award for Excellence in Films. Ali will be joining three of her co-stars for a special tribute presentation. IANS
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