Australian cricketer Shane Warne passed away on the evening of March 4 in Thailand. Soon after the news of his death, several Bollywood celebrities took to social media and paid tribute to the legendary cricketer. While Ranveer Singh dropped a picture of the late cricketer and dropped a broken heart emoji, Diana Penty called it a sad day for cricket. Other celebrities who paid their tributes to Warne include Boman Irani, Arjun Rampal, Pulkit Samrat, Randeep Hooda, Arjun Kapoor, Geeta Basra, and Shilpa Shetty among others.
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan took to Twitter and gave a shout-out to the cast and makers of Love Hostel. “Extremely happy to see #LoveHostel receiving so much love. Well done @iamshankerraman @thedeol @VikrantMassey & @sanyamalhotra07. You guys deserve all the cheers,” he wrote. On the other hand, Rajkummar Rao also posted a story on Instagram praising the actors’ performances in the film. For the unversed, Love Hostel starring Bobby Deol, Vikrant Massey and Sanya Malhotra was released on February 25.
The tickets to BTS’ upcoming Permission To Dance On Stage in Las Vegas were sold out in just a few hours. However, the fans who could not put the money they had saved for the concert, decided to use it for a noble cause. Several BTS fans took to Twitter to share how they will be donating the money they had saved, to several charity organisations and especially those to help people affected by the Russia-Ukraine war.
Randeep Hooda was discharged from the hospital on Friday afternoon after a successful knee surgery. The actor was spotted stepping out of the hospital, as he walked along with a walker. For the unversed, Randeep Hooda was admitted in Mumbai’s Kokilaben Hospital on March 1. This after, the actor injured himself on the sets of Inspector Avinash while he was shooting for an action sequence along with his co-star Amit Sial.
In a recent interview, Ronit Roy talked about his initial career days and revealed how there was a time when he used to get paid less than junior artists. Ronit Roy recalled being called to Mumbai for a show called Kammal on Zee TV. However, when he reached the city, his driver informed him that the makers were paying him less than what they used to pay a junior artist.