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Khuda Hafiz Chapter 2-Agni Exam has started. Vidyut Jammwal announced this with a group photo. Farooq Kabir is directing this film. Shivaleeka Oberoi will be seen alongside Vidyut Jamwal in the film. The film is a sequel to Khuda Hafiz, which premiered on Disney+Hotstar in 2020. Vidyut wrote on social media, “A story that redefines intensity, Khuda Hafiz Chapter 2 Agni Pariksha is on the floor.” The actor will soon start shooting for his home production IB71. Vidyut is also producing the film under his home banner Action Hero Films. He also has craze in the pipeline.
Deepika, Kumar Sanu, Udit Narayan and Anoop Jalota honored
Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari recently honored some of the veteran actors and singers of the film industry. Ramayan fame actress Dipika Chikhlia, veteran singer Udit Narayan, Kumar Sanu and bhajan singer Anoop Jalota were some of the celebs honored by the Governor of Maharashtra. Deepika shared a few pictures from the event as she expressed her gratitude for being honored by the Governor of Maharashtra. The Ramayan actress took to her Instagram handle to share some pictures from the event at the Raj Bhavan. These celebs were awarded the title of Made in India Icon 2021.
Another poster dedicated to Vikram Batra from Sher Shah surfaced
Siddharth is continuously releasing posters related to the film on social media. Siddharth recently shared a new poster of Sher Shah in an Instagram post. The poster depicts him as an Indian Army officer on the battle front. In the post, Siddharth wrote – He was a man with the heart of a lion, he was the Sher Shah of India. Experience the thundering greatness of Sher Shah – Trailer Coming on 25th July. Apart from Siddharth Malhotra, Kiara Advani will also be in the lead role in the film. The film is scheduled to release on August 12 this year on Amazon Prime Video. It will be interesting to see Sidharth Malhotra replacing Captain Vikram Batra in Shershaah. The film is directed by Vishnu Vardhan.
Anupam Kher’s shortest film The Mushtesh
Anupam Kher on Wednesday shared his shortest film till date. It is a 58-second long silent film which also stars New York-based actor Ishaan. In this film, 66-year-old Anupam can be seen in full beast mode in the gym. In the film, Ishaan watches Anupam Kher exercising with amazement and amazement. While sharing the video, Anupam has written – Ladies and gentlemen! Here is The Mustache, my shortest film till date, the duration is just 58 seconds, but says a lot. Must watch and share!! It is also my tribute to the genius of cinema, Charlie Chaplin. hope you will like it. He was last seen in the 2019 crime-thriller One Day: Justice Delivered in which he co-starred with Esha Gupta, Kumud Mishra and Anusmriti Sarkar.
Tahir Raj Bhasin starts dubbing for Netflix project
Tahir will be seen in Raj Bhasin opposite Taapsee Pannu in Loop Lapeta, Sonakshi Sinha in Bulbul Tarang and Shweta Tripathi in Yeh Kali Kali Aankhen. He will also be seen in Ranveer Singh starrer 83 directed by Kabir Khan, in which he plays Sunil Gavaskar. Yeh Kaali Kaali Aankhen is a Netflix project. Tahir has started dubbing it. Tahir says that he is lucky, who is finding new work even in the pandemic environment. It’s a wonderful feeling to finish dubbing for your projects and watch them come to life, he says. Soon the film Yeh Kaali Kali Aankhen will be ready for release. He says, “It is a very special project. The challenging shooting of the series has propelled me as an artiste and I hope people will like it too.”
Arjun said – becoming a victim of body shaming has become a sad culture
Arjun Kapoor reveals his emotional journey after battling obesity and body shaming on social media. Arjun said, ‘I have achieved a better body and I give credit for this to my mental state. I was obese since childhood. Internet is also a toxic place and shaming someone without understanding the mental state one is going through has become a sad culture today. I was not only a fat kid, but my obesity was a big problem. it was not easy. This journey has encouraged me and showed me that nothing is impossible in life. Unfortunately, shaming has become part of our culture and I only hope that we get better as a society.
The pressure to remain useful in the industry is immense and the negativity reaches you. When my films were not working as expected, that added negativity. The things that had affected my health earlier came back and I kept working hard to move forward. I constantly tried to center myself, and maybe the lockdown helped me focus and eliminate all the unnecessary noise that everyone in the industry faces.