You always look good: SRK to Juhi Chawla
Shah Rukh Khan took to twitter to express that Juhi Chawla always looks good.
Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan and Juhi Chawla have explored various shades of romance on the silver screen together. And the superstar still finds his "Darr" co-star "good looking".
The actor took a walk down memory lane on Sunday when their film “Ram Jaane” completed 20 years since its release. He took to Twitter to express his views.
“You always look good. Wow so many years of 'Ram Jaane'. Thanks Rajiv, Anu, Juhi, Vivek, Punit, Saroj Khan and the team,” Shah Rukh posted on Twitter.
The reaction came after Juhi shared a still of the 1995 film, directed by Rajiv Mehra, on the micro-blogging site with a caption that read: “What a pretty picture of me...I didn't know I looked that good."
The film narrated a story of a nameless boy who grows up to become a gangster and then falls in love.
Shah Rukh has shared screen space with Juhi in a number of films like “Darr”, “Yes Boss”, “Duplicate”, “Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman” and “Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani” with “Bhoothnath” being the latest one.
KJo and his reality tales
Staying up all night is filmmaker Karan Johar's mantra to get a dose of reality.
Karan took to Twitter to share his late night fundas. He posted: “Late night thoughts are your reality check.”
Meanwhile, the filmmaker is busy with his next project "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" which stars Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Anushka Sharma and Ranbir Kapoor. The film will release on June 3, next year.
Ayushmann Khurrana goes gaga over 'Tamasha'
Actor Ayushmann Khurrana has heaped praise over "Tamasha" and says the film is a “spiritual” journey to discover oneself.
The actor had special compliments for the stars of the film. He calls Ranbir Kapoor his “best superstar ever”, Deepika Padukone a “lover”, while he also appreciated director Imtiaz Ali for infusing life into the script.
“Discover yourself in #Tamasha. For me this guy is the best superstar ever. Spiritual. The director is such a lifer. The girl is such a lover (sic),” Ayushmann tweeted.
“Tamasha” narrates a story of internal conflict. It is about two individuals, who meet while on a holiday and decide to make-pretend during the trip, but problems erupt when they return to their real life.
Largely, the movie is the love saga of a storyteller who falls in love with a girl who helps him to rediscover his lost self. It released on Friday.