06112020-LSTC-01.qxd 11/6/2020 12:45 AM Page 1 c m y b LASHANA WILL REPLACE BOND Lashana Lynch has confirmed that her character is set to be the protagonist of the Bond series and take the story forward. Lynch’s character Nomi enters the franchise in the new film No Time To Die. IANS TRIBUNE Full circle Kiara Advani will be seen opposite Akshay Kumar in Laxmii. It was Akshay who had launched Kiara in Bollywood in 2014 with the film Fugly. CHANDIGARH | FRIDAY | 6 NOVEMBER 2020 LADY IN RED… Here’s how Bollywood celebs celebrated Karwa Chauth 2020 T ZAID DARBAR & GAUAHAR KHAN She said yes! Gauahar Khan gets engaged Gauahar Khan and Zaid Darbar took to Instagram on Thursday and announced their engagement with an adorable post. In the picture, shared by the couple on their respective Instagram accounts, the two revealed that Gauahar said “yes” to Zaid’s proposal, alongside a ring emoji. Gauahar was recently spotted hand-in-hand with beau Zaid at the Mumbai airport as they came back from a quick getaway in Goa after the actress finished her Bigg Boss 14 schedule. Reports suggest that Gauahar and Zaid are all set to tie the knot on December 25. The pre-wedding festivities will start on December 22. The wedding will be an intimate ceremony with only close friends and family members attending the special occasion. Gauahar’s sister Nigaar Khan, who lives in Dubai, will also fly in for her sister’s wedding. HE coronavirus pandemic could not dampen the enthusiastic spirit of B-town ladies when it came to Karva Chauth. Priyanka Chopra, who is currently in Los Angeles with hubby Nick Jonas, shared a picture on social media. She wore a red saree, which she paired with a golden noodle-strap blouse. PeeCee completed her look with drop earrings, sindoor and a bindi. Newlywed Neha Kakkar too shared pictures of her first Karva Chauth with husband Rohanpreet Singh. The lovebirds looked adorable twinning in red. Kajol shared her ‘hunger games’ in a NEHA KAKKAR & ROHANPREET SINGH series of pictures while she was waiting for the moon to rise. The actress looked ravishingly beautiful in a red SHILPA SHETTY, RAVEENA TANDON & MAHEEP KAPOOR c m y b PRIYANKA CHOPRA saree with a sleeveless blouse. She wore a golden neckpiece, earrings and a red bindi. Raveena Tandon too looked stunning in a red kurta and sharara with a dupatta. She completed her look with golden jhumkas and mang tika. Like every year, this year also Anil Kapoor’s wife Sunita Kapoor organised the Karva Chauth puja at her house and many star wives and actresses attended it. Shilpa Shetty, Neelam Kothari, Sanjay Kapoor’s wife Maheep Kapoor, Varun Dhawan’s girlfriend Natasha Dalal, David Dhawan’s wife Laali, Sonali Bendre and many others were spotted at Sunita Kapoor’s house. While Shilpa Shetty Preserving the past KAJOL stepped out in a gorgeous red saree, Neelam Kothari was seen in a red Punjabi suit. Maheep Kapoor looked beautiful in a maroon tie-and-dye outfit. She teamed it with gold jewellery and a simple hairdo. The off-white face-mask complemented her look. Maheep shared a group picture of all the gorgeous ladies on her Instagram handle. Sonam Kapoor joins hands with Heritage Foundation to support film preservation Sonam Kapoor took to social media to announce her support to the Film Heritage Foundation. An organisation founded by Shivendra Singh Dungarpur in 2014, the Foundation is dedicated towards film preservation, restoration and archiving of historic Indian films.
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