Yami Gautam visits her hometown in Himachal

The year 2019 has been a very rewarding and special year for Yami Gautam. The actress has had a successful beginning to the year with an overwhelming few months with tremendous love and appreciation she has had from success of Uri.
After a busy weeks in the past 3 months, Yami is finally finding time for herself and her family before she begins working on her next project soon. While she gears up to go back on sets real soon, the actress has taken off for a special time off. This time the actress after a considerable time of over a year is revisiting her roots.

Bhumi Pednekar on Saand Ki Aankh: Learnt rifle shooting within 35 days

At 29, Bhumi Pednekar has no reservations about playing a 60-something in her next, Saand Ki Aankh. But then, the actor has displayed a proclivity for unconventional roles from the start of her career. The Anurag Kashyap production sees Taapsee Pannu and her slip into the roles of Chandro and Prakashi Tomar respectively, two of the country's oldest women sharpshooters.

Ajay Devgn to release trailer of De De Pyaar De on his 50th birthday

Ajay Devgn turns 50 on April 2. To mark his milestone birthday, he will release the trailer of his next, De De Pyaar De, in the presence of fans at a suburban venue. Every year, his admirers throng his Juhu home, Shiv Shakti, to wish him. Now, he wants them to be part of the film's event as well.
Akiv Ali's directorial venture, which hits screens in May, also stars Rakul Preet Singh and Tabu. Devgn is known to suffer from cake trauma and avoids cutting it. But there's no way he can escape from cutting his 50th birthday cake and quip in Singham style, "Aata majhi satakli."

Kalank Song: Varun Dhawan makes a First Class entry with Kiara Advani

The team of Kalank brings a foot-tapper song from the album, today (March 22). Titled First Class, the song registers Zafar's (Varun Dhawan) entry in the period film, directed by Abhishek Varman. Pritam, who has composed the song said to BT, "The idea was to come up with a track that feels like a retro number from the 50s. We had to create a fun, mohalla song which has masti and mazak with a beautiful underlying layer of emotion. Striking that balance in terms of lyrics and the tune was challenging. It felt amazing when we finally cracked it."

Ritesh Sidhawani enjoys a safari with his family

Creative producer Ritesh Sidhawani has been basking in the success of his back to back hits Gully Boy as well as Made in Heaven, taking a break from the jam-packed schedule, Ritesh spends some quality time with family.
The filmmaker flew down to Rajasthan, along with his wife and two sons to take a couple of days off work. Enjoying the Safari in Ranthambore, Ritesh Sidhawani shared his happy pictures on social media.