Anupam Kher, Leander Paes share a light moment

Mumbai, Jan 3 (IANS) Actor Anupam Kher treated his fans to an image of himself with tennis ace Leander Paes over social media.

The veteran actor shared an image featuring him and Paes on the photo-sharing website Instagram on Sunday.

“Champ and I.:) #leanderpaes #Tennis,” Anupam posted with the image.

Both the celebrities are seen dressed in casuals, and they can be seen sharing a hug while smiling at the camera.


Abhishek not doing ‘Aankhen 2’, says father

Actor Abhishek Bachchan is not part of Anees Bazmee’s sequel to “Aankhen”, says his father Amitabh Bachchan, who is on the project.

“Abhishek is not in ‘Aankhen 2’. The film will start shooting by the end of March,” Amitabh said here.

The 73-year-old, who’s awaiting the release of “Wazir”, says his work kitty is full of projects as of now.

“Between January and March, I’ll be working on Shoojit Sircar’s film in Delhi. Currently, I am shooting for ‘Te3n’. Once I finish shooting ‘Te3n’, will start work for Shoojit and then ‘Aankhen 2’. I have one more project that I can’t talk about right now.

“By the end of December, I will be working again in Shoojit’s directorial too. Perhaps, I will be working in television too.”

“Aankhen” was directed by Vipul Shah, but the sequel will be directed by Bazmee. The sequel will mostly have new actors.

The 2002 released “Aankhen” starred Akshay Kumar, Sushmita Sen, Arjun Rampal and Paresh Rawal apart from Big B.


Kriti enjoys summit on women’s leadership

“Dilwale” actress Kriti Sanon was happy to be part of a summit which revolved around how women should push themselves to achieve their goals.

Being an outsider in Bollywood, and one who has made a mark in the industry with her talent, Kriti was glad to be a panel member amongst other women who have proved their mettle in various fields. Kriti represented Bollywood at the discussion, which was held at the 10th annual Global Healthcare Summit (GHS) 2016, organised by the Association of American Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) in New Delhi on Sunday.

“It was a very good experience to be on the panel with such wonderful women who have achieved so much and made a place for themselves in different fields. The discussion was absolutely enriching,” Kriti said.

At the event, she shared her experience of being part of the film industry, and making her own place.

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