The 'Sardar Ka Son' actor took to Instagram Story to share a glimpse of her travel
Take a look into the veteran ladies who have left an impact with their performances in mainstream Bollywood films in the last few years.
On the work front, she was last seen in Netflix's 'Sardar Ka Grandson'.
The official Instagram handle of the production house Junglee Pictures shared a picture of a clapboard to mark the first day on the set.
The young and talented Rashmi Agdekar is not only a versatile actor but also is a stunning model.
The actress started her career in 2017, in the web series “Dev DD” and played the lead role in the MX player web series “I’m Mature” which was critically acclaimed.
The actor loves to engage with her audience through social media and doesn't hold back when it comes to expressing her views on societal taboos.
Ayushmann, whose film "Article 15" completed two years of release on Monday, said: "Article 15 is a special film in my filmography and I can't thank (director) Anubhav Sinha sir for giving me one of the most cherished films of my career.
New Delhi: Actor Ayushmann Khurrana extended father's day wishes by sharing priceless childhood pictures from his family album with a heartfelt note dedicated to...
The actor, who portrayed an openly gay man on screen in the movie 'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhaan', and is the Celebrity Advocate of UNICEF in India, when asked to elaborate on his choice of the new Pride flag
In the image, Tahira is casually dressed in a striped T-shirt and black shorts, with a few books and her phone lying around. Tahira and Peanut are both blissfully dozing, unaware of being clicked.
The partnership is expected to give a strong face to TECNO's brand philosophy ‘Stop at Nothing' to deliver innovative products of sensory excellence and bolster its position among smartphone consumers.
The 'Badhaai ho' actor, who got the opportunity to meet Irrfan's son Babil at the Filmfare Awards on Saturday, took to his Instagram handle and shared a photo of a mural of the late actor along with a heartfelt note.
It is truly humbling to know that the people of India find me relatable. It's a huge compliment because I do consider myself to be one of the masses, and my career journey is the same as every Indian who is trying to make a name
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