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Sonakshi Sinha’s goofy 5-million selfie is just too awesome to be missed – view pic!
5 million followers on Twitter is sure something to cherish and Sona does it with this cute selfie…
Sonakshi Sinha has time and again proved her worth as an actress, as a style diva and even as a singer (remember her mind blowing performance at IIFA Rocks). It comes as no surprise then that her fan base is growing by the minute so much so that she has touched five million on Twitter. Oh Yes! The lady now has five million Sonakshians (that’s what her fans call themselves) on the social networking site. Click here to read more
Shah Rukh Khan beats Aamir Khan and Salman Khan on Twitter
SRK’s followers have reached up to 10 millions on twitter a little less than Sr. Bachchan
While Aamir Khan has supremely dominated the box office arena with most of his films sitting right at the top of the table, our box office king Salman Khan has been giving one blockbuster after the other. But its Shah Rukh Khan who has triumphed over the other two Khans when it comes to the Twitter race. Click here to read more
Manisha Koirala: The actor is positivity personified!
The cancer survivor is radiating positive spiritual vibes, as she starts her life’s new journey
When Manisha Koirala announced about a year ago that she had been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, shockwaves shimmered through the film industry. But only a few of her close friends stood by her, and she soon realised the importance of true friendship and family support. Click here to read more
Abhishek Bachchan: Remakes not a trend, but creative choice
As Abhishek prepares to become ‘the’ robber in his upcoming Players, he shares his quirky views on remakes and social networking sites
Brand new daddy, Abhishek, is gearing up for the release of Players. And while at it, the actor feels that remakes are more of a creative choice than just a trend. “Players is the official remake of Italian Job. The story is the same, but the screenplay is completely different because you have to make it for the Indian audience,” Abhishek said. Click here to read more