Big B reminisces about ‘several years’ of ‘Don’
“‘Don’ completes several years… and what a masterpiece it was… for me just another day of apprehensions,” Big B wrote on Twitter along with photographs of the film’s poster.
The movie is an action-thriller, which revolves around a powerful gangster named Don played by Amitabh, who was seen in a double role in the film.
A remake and sequel of the film were released in October 2006 and December 2011 respectively. They starred Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan.
Directed by Chandra Barot, “Don” is considered to be one of the most iconic movies of Bollywood.
Teach girls bravery, not perfection: Lisa Ray
Actress Lisa Ray, who is known for films like “Water” and “Bollywood/Hollywood”, says girls should be taught bravery, not perfection.
“Teach girls bravery, not perfection. Let’s make a world in which they write their own script rather than follow anyone else’s,” Lisa wrote on her Twitter page on Tuesday.
Lisa, who successfully battled myeloma (cancer), was last seen onscreen in the romantic entertainer “Ishq Forever”, in which she played the role of a secret agent.
Directed by Sanjay Dayma, the film also featured Ruhi Singh, Krishna Chaturvedi, Jaaved Jaffery, Zakir Hussain and Arif Zakaria.
Women must expect to be treated equal: Arjun Kapoor
Actor Arjun Kapoor, who will be seen onscreen in “Ki and Ka”, says women must “expect” to be treated equal.
Arjun, who plays the role of actress Kareena Kapoor Khan’s onscreen husband in the R. Balki directorial, replied to a query on Twitter about the “three things” that women should ask and expect.
“They must expect to be treated equal, be respected for their choices and they must have a man who makes them laugh,” Arjun wrote on Twitter on Tuesday on the occasion of International Women’s Day.
“Ki and Ka” is slated for an April 1 release.
Arjun will also be seen in director Mohit Suri’s upcoming film “Half Girlfriend”.