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Alia Bhatt wishes Neetu Kapoor a Happy Birthday in the best way possible

Actress Alia Bhatt wished boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor’s mother and we can’t stop smiling

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Ranbir Kapoor, Soni Razdan, Neetu Kapoor and Alia Bhatt. Pic source: Instagram

Recently back from New York, actress Alia Bhatt and boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor have been doing rounds on the internet because of their pictures with family and friends. However, Alia’s wish for Ranbir’s mother and actress Neetu Kapoor is the most adorable thing for netizens today.

Neetu is in New York the past few months with her actor-husband Rishi Kapoor who’s undergoing medical treatment for cancer. Alia sent her wishes through social media by sharing a picture with the veteran actress on her story and captioned it, “Happy happy birthday to the most beautiful soul! May you have the best day full of love, laughter and CAKE. Sending you the biggest and tightest hug possible” Check out the story here:

Alia Bhatt wishes Neetu Kapoor

The Kalank actress is currently gearing up for Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra with co-stars Ranbir Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan and Mounni Roy. Besides, she has two other releases next year including her father Mahesh Bhatt’s Sadak 2 opposite Aditya Roy Kapur and S.S. Rajamouli’s RRR. For more news and updates on Alia Bhatt, stay tuned to CineBlitz.

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CINTAA strives For Donations For Members Under Financial Distress

The association is asking A-listers to help needy actors

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With India is going through a 21-day lockdown, the film and TV artists have lost their livelihood. The Cine And TV Artistes’ Association, an autonomous body registered under the Indian Trade Union Act, has appealed to the masses and to it’s A-lister members for help with donating rations and funds.
“Since CINTAA has a very limited corpus, we are not a cash-rich association. Our charitable sister trust, the Cine Artist Welfare Trust (CAWT) is also running out of funds,” said actor Amit Behl, Senior Joint Secretary & Chairperson Outreach Committee CINTAA, adding “We have appealed all our members and A-listers to start helping us by donating ration and some funds. We have also circulated the account number and IFSC of Cine Artist Welfare Trust giving them the benefit of 80G certificate.”

The responses have already started pouring in. We have learnt that many of CINTAA’s senior & well-established actors are also sending their appeal videos. Apart from members, A-listers and the masses, CINTAA has also approached the I & B Ministry and the Government of Maharashtra, urging them to request the broadcasters to release payments in times of crisis. “Generally, there is a 90-120 day cycle where payments are cleared,” said Behl.

From CINTAA’s own corpus, the association has pledged to help their members in need. They have been making and distributing ration packets. Also, Rs. 2000/- per member based on the actual needs is also being compensated. “The start has happened. We are also trying our best to help our members,” affirmed Behl.

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“I had made up my mind when she walked in the office” shares Punit Malhotra

The filmmaker speaks about casting Ananya Panday for SOTY2!

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Ananya Panday did wonders with her performance in just her debut film ‘Student of the year 2’. The shoe of the character was a perfect fit for her and she surely made a princess-like graceful appeal on-screen.

Recently, the director of Student of the year 2, Punit Malhotra, revealed when he thought that Ananya would be the perfect fit for the film.

The director shared, “I think when she walked in the office I had made up my mind, because I found her very pretty. I saw this very nice pretty kid and I did not know how big a brat she would be.”

“Ananya was very nice and docile in the beginning. But when I got to know her and she started opening up I was like “Yeh toh bahut danger hain” shared Punit while chuckling.

He further jokingly added, “When we were handling her on the set well we had to handle her. You know.” Punit’s quirkiness in the interview really exhibits the bound between the actress and the director. Ananya adapted the role of Shreya so well that she started slipping into the character even off-set and what the director tells us is proof of that.

Punit Malhotra surely had a comic approach when asked about Ananya, but it is quite evident that he thought she was the quintessential heroine for Student of the year 2. One may even say that Ananya was destined to play the role of Shreya in the film. The actress had a delightful aura in the film which engaged the audience.

On the work front, Ananya Panday has been tremendously busy juggling between major projects- from Khaali Peeli alongside Ishaan Khatter and Shakun Batra’s film alongside Siddhant Chaturvedi and Deepika Padukone. And, recently announced yet another one in her kitty, which also marks her first PAN India release alongside Vijay Deverakonda

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Sanjay Gupta makes most of digital connectivity and begins work on final cut of Mumbai Saga

The filmmaker is known to be very tech savvy has been working with his editor virtually

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The Corona pandemic has hit the entire planet and most countries have been hit hard with the pandemic. Last week, with a  nationwide lockdown of 21 days, work in the film industry has also come to a halt. However, Sanjay Gupta, who was busy with the last shooting schedule of his Gangster drama Mumbai Saga starring John Abraham, Emraan Hashmi and Kajal Aggarwal in lead, is making the most of technology and digital connectivity to keep the wheels in motion. The Director tweeted about how he had started work on final cut on the film, and was closely working with his editor Bunty Nagi, . Sanjay Gupta stated I begin the most crucial part of the film which is locking the final cut. Only this time my editor Bunty Nagi & me are miles apart instead of being in the same room. But thanks to the internet we are virtually together.

Mumbai Saga captures the changing face of India’s financial capital. The film is based on events from the 80s and 90s that show how the long skyscrapers and malls replaced the mills in Mumbai and all that went into transforming Bombay into Mumbai.

Mumbai Saga is produced by T-Series and White Feather Films. The film is produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Sangiita Ahir, and Anuradha Gupta.

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