Superstar Shah Rukh Khan says filmmaker Imtiaz Ali reminds him of his "growing up" days when the generation was inseparable from their leather jackets.
SRK, who will soon be seen in Ali's forthcoming directorial tentatively titled "The Ring", expressed his views on Twitter, and also posted an image of himself wearing a leather jacket.
"While growing up our mantra was "any night, just you me and my leather jacket" Imtiaz reminded us of the same on sets too," Shah Rukh captioned the photograph.
The film will also feature Anushka Sharma, and Evelyn Sharma in lead roles.
This film will mark the third collaboration between Shah Rukh and Anushka after "Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi" (2008) and "Jab Tak Hai Jaan" (2012).
Suniel Shetty emphasises on importance of a family
Actor Suniel Shetty emphasised on the importance of family and why it is imperative to give them time.
Suniel shared an image which read: "1250 Facebook friends, 588 Twitter followers, 743 whatsApp friends. Outside the ICU he had only his wife, his children and his parents. For whom he never had time to spend. So, dear friends move out of the imaginary world and spend some time with your family".
"Family is the foundation of all our happiness - A reality the virtual world can never overshadow," he captioned the image.
On the work front, Suniel is rumoured to be working on the film "Hera Pheri 3" -- thrid installment of "Hera Pheri" franchise.
Uday Chopra has lost his belief in religion
Actor Uday Chopra says religion is a belief that has lost its relevance for him.
The actor took to his social media account on Saturday and tweeted: "I believe in the dynamic quality of human belief. Must change and adapt to our times. Religion is a belief that has lost its relevance for me".
Uday keeps juggling between being an assistant director, a producer, a writer and has also tried his hand in acting with films like "Dhoom 3", "Mohabbatein" and "Dil Bole Hadippa" to his credit.
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