04062021-LSTC-01.qxd 6/3/2021 11:05 PM Page 1 c m y b TRIBUNE Pole-s apart? Payal Ghosh is watching Jennifer Lopez in the 2019 crime comedy Hustlers. Payal is learning pole dancing for a song in her upcoming film New York To Haridwar. IANS CHANDIGARH | FRIDAY | 4 JUNE 2021 The curious case of unknown singer O Tiger Shroff with Ayesha Shroff ‘You got your facts wrong, dear’ Mona NCE a fan, always a fan! A man started singing hit songs from Juhi Chawla’s films as the actress attended a virtual hearing related to her plea against the 5G wireless network at Delhi High Court. She had posted a short video on her Instagram handle writing, “Hum, tum, aur 5G! If you do think this concerns you in any way, please feel free to join our first virtual hearing being conducted at the Delhi High Court, on the 2nd of June, 3:00 PM IST onwards!” Lo and behold, this die-hard fan joined her, making his presence felt with a question— “Where is Juhi ma’am I can’t see her.” As the judge asked the Tiger Shroff’s mom Ayesha defends him after police files an FIR Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani were booked for flouting Covid-19 lockdown rules in Mumbai on Wednesday. According to the police, the actors were found roaming in Bandra without any reason. Confirming the news, a police officer said, “The case was registered under Section 188 (disobeying the order of public servant) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). No arrest was made because it is a bailable section.” Reacting on reports of the FIR, Tiger’s mom Ayesha commented on one of the posts and wrote, “You got your facts wrong, my dear. They were heading home…” She further wrote, “No one is interested in roaming at a time like this. For your information, it is permitted to go out for essentials.” She also said that no one writes about the free meals her son is providing to frontline workers. “That’s because he himself doesn’t talk about it! So don’t judge till you know,” said Ayesha. Meanwhile, the Mumbai police, known for their creative Twitter posts, took a dig on the two actors and tweeted, “In the ongoing ‘War’ against the virus, going ‘ Malang’ on the streets of Bandra cost dearly to two actors who have been booked under sections 188, 34 IPC by Bandra PStn. We request all Mumbaikars to avoid unnecessary ‘Heropanti’ which can compromise on safety against #COVID19?. ...with Disha Patani So long... Ankita Lokhande, who recently celebrated the 12th anniversary of TV show Pavitra Rishta, has decided to take a break from social media. She posted a goodbye emoji as her caption and the note in her post read, “It’s not a goodbye, it’s a see you later.” On June 1, Ankita had also posted a story on her social media account and wrote ‘June’ with a broken heart emoji. Given her decision came a few days before Sushant Singh Rajput’s death anniversary, fans started connecting her break to the same. Ankita Lokhande value While a few fans supported her absence from social media, calling it a ‘much needed break’, others slammed her for taking a break around Sushant’s first death anniversary. One user wrote, “Ankita knows that SSR death anniversary is round the corner, bahut publicity pa liya SSR ke naame pe! So let’s go underground and come back later. #hypocrite @lokhandeankita.” Meanwhile, a few fans also remembered how Sushant had shared his last post on the same day, June 3 last year. As the second season of the series drops, Manoj Bajpayee shares his excitement anyone amongst us untouched by loss and suffering. While we mourn the tragic loss of lives, we are grateful for the heroic actions and courage of the frontline workers and everyone working tirelessly to provide aid during these times. “For all of us, staying positive and optimistic has possibly been the hardest. The only thing that has kept us going through all of it is the constant love and appreciation (and the constant pressure) that we have received from every one of you,” he wrote. “The Family Man now belongs to you, the audience, and all its fans. We remain forever humbled by all the love we have received,” Manoj concluded. —IANS In a recent tweet, Kamaal R Khan had thanked Govinda for supporting him in his legal fight with Salman Khan. KRK had tweeted, “Govinda bhai thank you for your love and support. I won’t disappoint you!” Now, Govinda has issued a clarification on this. The statement issued by the actor read, “I read some media reports about me backing KRK. I am not in touch with KRK, no meetings, no phone calls, and no messages. It could be some other person by the same name as I am not being tagged in the tweet. In fact, the self-proclaimed critic had spoken and written unfit statements about me and my movies in the past.” Govinda called it an ‘agenda’ to ‘create nuisance’ amid the pandemic. c m y b court master to mute this man, he kept barging in. First he sang Ghoonghat Ki Aad Se Dilbar Ka from Chawla’s hit film Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke. On being removed, he kept interrupting the proceedings by singing Naajayaz’s Lal Lal Hoton Pe and then Meri Banno Ki Aayegi Baraat from the film Aaina. The judge asked the court master to lock the proceedings and to contact the Delhi Police to identify the person so that a contempt notice could be issued against him. Chawla’s lawyer said maybe the person is already affected by the radiations, giving a funny twist to the situation. Well, that is all that it takes Twitter to break into a meme fest. While some found Juhi Chawla’s sharing the court proceedings link on her social media handle against ethics, others had fun with this ‘besura Tansen’. Twitter user Naomi Dutta posted, “Tu Mere Saamne, Main Tere Saamne - virtual court hearings with Juhi Chawla fans.” Another user Unhedgedchatter tweeted, “He should have finished with Mein Koi Aisa Geet Gaaun Ke Aarzoo Jagaun.” A fan of Juhi, Kamlesh Singh rapped the fan for his poor song selection. “This is unacceptable. The man must be charged with poor song selection. These are not her best. OK, Ghoonghat ki can pass but the other two definitely are contempt of court #5G #JuhiChawla” “Juhi Chawla’s court hearing is the single most funny thing I have heard this year,” tweeted Radhika Agarwal. A user Baba MaChuvera labelled it, “The curious case of unknown singer in #JuhiChawla case.” Another fan invited the Chawla admirers to put their favourites up, “The only correct thing to do for all of us now is to pick our 5 favourite Juhi Chawla songs: Ek Shararat Hone Ko Hai (Duplicate), Bambai Se Gayi Poona (Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke), Main Koi Aisa Geet Gaoon (Yes Boss), Gazab Ka Hai Din (Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak), Mr. Lova Lova (Ishq),”he posted. Even before the court hearing, her fans had started memes. Twitter user Thanos Pandit posted, “Meanwhile #juhichawla to other Bollywood actors! “Panga karo tho kuch bade admi se karo warna mat karo #Ambani” 5G in India” Celebs too joined the mirth. Swara Bhasker posted, “OMG there is a video! I cannot describe adequately the kinda joy I am experiencing watching this!” It’s called son-rise! Singer Neeti Mohan and her husband Nihaar Pandya have welcomed their first child on June 2. The couple has been blessed with a baby boy. Nihaar took to social media to share the good news. He wrote, “My beautiful wife gives me the chance to teach our little boy everything my father has taught me. She continues to spread more and more love into my life each day. Most importantly, Neeti and our new born are both healthy and fine. Today on this Cloudy / Rainy day in Mumbai, we witnessed our ‘SON-rise’.” The couple’s friends and family showered them with love and messages. Congratulating the couple, singer Harshdeep Kaur wrote, “You both are going to be amazing parents!” Govinda issues clarification after KRK thanks him for support ‘The Family Man belongs to you’ The much-hyped second season of The Family Man dropped on June 4 midnight. The show’s lead star Manoj Bajpayee on Thursday took to Instagram to remind fans the date of release. “The Family Man Season 2 … June 4,” declared an image Manoj posted on Instagram. Alongside the image, he wrote: “So the day is finally here… Every filmmaker has a tale to tell at the end of every project about its highs and lows. For us, The Family Man Season 2 has proved to be our most challenging project yet.” “These are difficult times for all of us. There isn’t Nuisance As songs sung by a fan-atic interrupt a virtual court hearing on Juhi Chawla's plea against 5G, netizens go berserk with hilarious memes Back with a band! Kirti’s next Shaadisthan to have direct-to-OTT release Kirti Kulhari’s next film Shaadisthan will be having a direct-to-digital release. Sharing the news with fans, Kirti took to her social media handles on Wednesday and announced that the film would premiere on Disney+Hotstar. The announcement was accompanied by a poster featuring Kirti looking cool and casual in a red checkered shirt over a white tee, teamed with ripped blue denims. A vehicle with ‘Artist’ written on its back is in the backdrop. Sharing the poster on Twitter, Kirti wrote, “Hello hello… Jump on the bandwagon and join me aka #Sasha and her band, as they drive around the roads of friendship, love and life.” A ray of hope Yash launches an initiative to support Kannada film fraternity The KFG actor Yash took to social media recently to share his initiative, wherein he will be contributing a sum of Rs 1.5 crores towards the 21 departments of the Kannada film fraternity. Yash wrote, “Our Kannada film fraternity has been affected. In light of the grave times we live in, to each of the 3,000 odd members which include all the 21 departments, I will be donating from my earnings, a sum of Rs 5,000 to their accounts.”
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