Kangana Ranaut, Kareena Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt, Sonu Sood


Bollywood film Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare, starring Bhumi Pednekar, Konkonasen Sharma, Vikrant Massey and Amol Parashar, had a digital release today. The movie, directed by Alankrita Shrivastava, is streaming on Netflix. It follows the story of two cousins who take a journey to find love and freedom.

Meanwhile, Kangana Ranaut continues to be in a war of words on social media with many including filmmaker Anurag Kashyap.

Anurag posted on Twitter, “”बस एक तू ही है बहन – इकलौती मणिकर्णिका । तू ना चार पाँच को ले के चढ़ जा चीन पे।देखो कितना अंदर तक घुस आए हैं । दिखा दे उनको भी कि जब तक तू है इस देश का कोई बाल भी बाँका नहीं कर सकता। तेरे घर से एक दिन का सफ़र है बस LAC का । जा शेरनी। जय हिंद । (You are the only one, sister – the one true Manikarnika. Take four or five people with you and fight China. See how far inside our territory they’ve come. Show them that India has nothing to worry about until such time as you are there to protect us. The LAC is just a day’s journey from your house. Go tigress. Jai Hind.)”.

Replying to the filmmaker, Kangana wrote, “ठीक है मैं बॉर्डर पे जाती हूँ आप अगले अलिम्पिक्स में चले जाना, देश को गोल्ड मडेलस चाहिए हा हा हा यह सब कोई बी ग्रेड फ़िल्म नहीं है जहां कलाकार कुछ भी बन जाता है, आप तो मेटफ़ॉर्ज़ को लिटरली लेने लगे, इतने मंदबुद्धि कबसे हो गए, जब हमारी दोस्ती थी तब तो काफ़ी चतुर थे (Ok, I will go to the border, you go for the next Olympics, the country wants gold medals. Ha ha ha. It is not a B grade film where the actor becomes anything, you have started taking metaphors literally. When did you become so stupid? When we were friends, you were quite clever.)”

Also, some actors have resumed work on their projects which were put on hold due to coronavirus-induced nationwide lockdown.

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Sudhir Mishra directorial Serious Men is going to release on Netflix. The film stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Aakshath Das, Shweta Basu Prasad, Nasser and Indira Tiwari.

Talking about Serious Men, Mishra said in a statement, “The great thing about Manu Joseph’s novel is that it is funny and wacky, yet deeply emotional. The film charts its own graph for the transformation of the story to another medium, but it still remains an endearing story of a father’s desire to create a bright future for his son. It is a delight to bring this tale to the world along with a creative partner in Netflix. The film may be specific in its articulation, but it is very universal at the same time.”

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