Friday, March 24, 2023

Bolly Buzz: Vidyut-Nandita going to separate? AR Rahman’s shocking statement on Oscar nomination. hindi movie news – Usky News

For those craving some good old celebrity gossip, break-ups and patch-ups or some filmy diet, Bolly B brings to you all the latest headlines in this episode of Bolly Buzz. Stay tuned for all the updates, because all those things are spicy!
Who would’ve thought we’d get celebrity break-up news at the wedding festivities of Alanna Panday and Ivor McCurry? Bolly B was minding her own business when the news spread that Vidyut Jammwal and Nandita Mahtani had parted ways. Though the two attended the haldi ceremony, the buzz is that they have maintained a distance from each other.” The source added, “Vidyut’s seclusion in the social circle is one of the reasons behind their distance.” They were engaged a while ago and it was expected that they would get engaged soon.

If you ask Mouni Roy’s husband Sooraj Nambiar about maintaining distance between couples, he would probably say that it is a good sign. The businessman even said, “I recommend long distance relationships” and further added that it was good, especially for people who love to travel. He told our bees, “I don’t think if we were from the same city, we’d end up taking so many trips.”

After all the success at the Oscars, fellow Academy Award winner AR Rahman said he feels India is sending the ‘wrong films’ to the Oscar race. Without naming anyone, the composer said that he often sees “the wrong films being sent to the Oscars. And I’m not like that at all!” He says the key to choosing the right film is ‘being in the other person’s place’.

In some film news coming our way, our bees hear that Akshay Kumar and Ishaan Khatter are bringing their films to a TV set near you! Saving us all from traveling to theatres, the buzz is that Akki is likely to skip theaters for an OTT release for his film ‘OMG 2’. We couldn’t help but wonder if his recent box office performance had anything to do with it. Meanwhile, Ishaan’s war drama ‘Pippa’ may also start on the small screen due to a legal battle in which the film’s makers are at loggerheads with theater owners demanding hefty fees for screening films.


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