Sonam Kapoor: “Rakyesh Omprakash Mehra’s made me what I am today”


After treating the audiences with heartwarming stories on cinema, Rakyesh Omprakash Mehra has now launched his very own book ‘The Stranger In The Mirror’. The cover of the book was unveiled by actor Sonam Kapoor recently. On Wednesday, the National-Award-winning director shared a special piece by Sonam that has been included in the book. The piece read, “Rakyesh made me Sonam Kapoor. Period. There’s no other way about it.” Rakyesh shared a special video on the same with the ‘Masakali’ song from their film ‘Delhi 6’ in the background. Sharing the post, he wrote, “Only Sonam could have made Masakali so iconic. There’s no other way about it.”
For the unversed, Sonam and Rakyesh have treated the audience by collaborating on the critically acclaimed movie, ‘Delhi 6’ which went on to become a major part of Sonam’s career. Apart from ‘Delhi 6’, the duo has also collaborated for the National-Award-winning film ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’.

Ayushmann Khurrana
Star wanted to quit after phase of flops

Actor Ayushmann Khurrana has become the face of entertainment, his films come with assurance and are based on social messages, but little did you know that the actor once decided to move on from films after delivering 3 back-to-back flop films. On Quickheal ‘Pinch By Arbaaz Khan Season 2’, Ayushmann graced the show with his presence and he along with the host Arbaaz had a blast. Ayushmann answered back all his trollers with a smile and it was the funniest possible way. Ayushmann agreed that social media has become important in today’s time, but he also feels that artists have minimized their surprise element, the mysterious value of them with the emergence of the digital world.
Arbaaz applauded the ‘Article 15’ actor’s achievement of being named among the 100 most influential people of 2020. He further appreciated the fact that Ayushmann has changed the dynamics of ‘Heroism.’

Kiara Advani
Actor shares new poster of ‘Shershaah’

Unveiling her new poster of ‘Shershaah’ as Dimple Cheema, Kiara Advani celebrates resilience, strength, and sacrifices of the heroes who stand tall as the pillars of support behind the men and women in the Army. Slipping into the character of the simple, girl-next-door from Punjab, Kiara looks as beautiful and innocent as Dimple Cheema, the love interest of Captain Vikram Batra and the strongest pillar of support to him. Sharing the poster, Kiara said, “Celebrating the story of heroes we know & the kind of heroes that prove to be the strongest pillars of support to the ones who shine. Dimple is my kind of hero, here’s celebrating her resilience and her story too.”

Earlier, at the trailer launch of ‘Shershaah’ in Kargil, Kiara expressed her gratitude towards the Indian Army’s courage and valor as well as the families of the army for their support and prayers, as they are the real pillars of strength to those at the war.
Terming ‘Shershaah’ as a life-changing experience, Kiara revealed the importance of the unsung heroes of the war, as the untold stories of the families often go unnoticed.

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