You’re going to see me a lot this year: Shabana

Mumbai, Sep 12 (IANS) Film and theatre veteran Shabana Azmi says she would be seen in a lot of projects this year.

Shabana, who has completed the dubbing for Sanjay Gupta’s film “Jazbaa”, tweeted: “Last day of dubbing for Jazbaa. Neerja, Jazbaa, The Black Prince, BBCs Capital all ready for release. You are going to see a lot of me this year.”

She’s excited about the myriad roles she’s getting to play at 64.

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Arjun enjoys playing ‘Mirror, Mirror on the wall’

Actor Arjun Kapoor, who is currently busy shooting for R. Balki’s “Ki and Ka”, feels mirrors are an actor’s favourite pass time.

The 30-year-old actor shared on a photograph of himself on Instagram. He is seen standing in front of a mirror and fixing his collar.

“An actor’s favourite pass time…playing mirror mirror on the wall…,” the “Gunday” actor, who is seen sporting a rugged beard and spiked up hair, captioned the image.

“Ki and Ka” is a romantic film about two people with contrasting ideologies. While Arjun essays a progressive house husband, who lovingly supports his wife’s ambitions, Kareena portrays a super ambitious career-oriented woman in the movie.

This is the first time the two would be seen together sharing the silver screen. The film is slated to hit the theatres next year.

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Varun Dhawan finds debating on Twitter difficult

Several actors have faced the brunt of sharing their frank opinions on social media, and it is this reason why Varun Dhawan says he finds it difficult to even have a debate on a platform like Twitter.

“Just realising it’s so difficult to have even a debate on Twitter without people getting extreme,” Varun, who is currently juggling between two films “Dilwale” and “Dishoom”, tweeted on Friday night.

Actresses Sonam Kapoor, Sonakshi Sinha and Priyanka Chopra were the latest B-Town celebrities to mocked at for their views and ideas on socio-political issues.

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