Well, it looks like the chocolate boy Ranbir is raking the moolah these days! Not far off from the Khans, this young kid on the block is ranking high in remuneration, be it films or commercials.
The 1950’s superstar was suffering from kidney ailment for some years, for which he used to get dialyzed at the Mumbai Breach Hospital regularly.
"'Aarakshan' is our film only. We are all together. I share long and good relations with Prakashji. If we can help each other and support each other what could be better than that?," stated the ‘Singham’ cop.
The ‘Gangaajal’ actor even said that there is no provoking content in ‘Aarakshan’, and only when audiences will see it, they will come to know about it.
"I think there is nothing objectionable in the film. When people will see it, they would realise that there is nothing controversial," Ajay told reporters.
The new season of KBC is heading to the small-screen on Aug. 15 and the actor, who is gearing up to play the perfect host for the show, enthusiastically stated that KBC has played an integral part in his life.
Big B, who has always managed to bring in the highest TRP rating for the show, stated, “Like with other work I do, KBC too is an important aspect of my life. KBC was a wonderful experience and continues to be one.”
During the conversation with the tabloid, Deepika voiced that though ‘Aarakshan’ is a film which revolves around a sensitive social issue, reservation, one can’t draw a conclusion whether the film depicts the issue in a positive way or negative way without seeing the film.
She said, “Since it is such a sensitive issue, I am not surprised that certain people have certain issues with the film. Having said that, being a part of the film, I believe it is unfair for people to react at a stage when they haven't seen the film.
Apparently, Amitabh’s appreciation of Bihar and its chief minister, Nitish Kumar, during the promotion of the film in Patna seems to have not gone too well with Lalu. The RJD chief took out his grudge on the legendary actor by stating that Amitabh is the one actor he dislikes the most.
Talking about Mr. Bachchan, Lalu, as quoted in TOI, said, "Woh mera sabse na pasand kalakar hai (He is one actor I dislike the most)."
As per megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who plays a key role in the film, the U.P. administration is of the opinion that as ‘Aarakshan’ deals with reservations, which is a very sensitive social issue, its promotion may have an ill-effect on the law and order of the city.
Talking about being barred from promoting the film in Lucknow, a disheartened Big B tweeted, “Feel disappointed that we are not allowed to promote film in UP Lucknow...admin feels will excite and cause law and order problem."
As her forthcoming film ‘Aarakshan’ focuses on the sensitive issue of caste-based reservation in educational institutions, Deepika, when asked for her stance on reservation, stated that she is neither for nor against it.
Citing the reason why she cannot declare that reservation is good or bad, the bombshell said that after working in a film like ‘Aarakshan’, which is based on reservation, she has now learned that the issue has its own merits and demerits.
Thus, choosing to stand for or against it is really tough to decide.
Giving the moviegoers a reason to look forward to a Deepika-Ranbir starrer, the ‘Bachna Ae Haseeno’ girl, in a recent exclusive conversation with the Mid-Day, articulated that she is eager to work with her ex-flame, Casanova Ranbir Kapoor.
The actress rubbished the rumors about not being keen to share screen-space with Ranbir and stated that both she and RK junior would love to work together and they are just waiting for a good script to come in their way.