Bolly Buzz: Dubai’s Burj Khalifa lit up on Shah Rukh Khan’s 55th birthday, Shraddha Kapoor emerged as the third most followed Indian on Instagram – Times of India


There is never a dull day in Bollywood. From Shah Rukh Khan’s celebrations in Dubai to Akshay Kumar hinting at a Sidharth-Kiara romance, we bring you the top newsmakers of the day. ETimes brings a new segment Bolly Buzz which goes beyond the usual mix of news and gossip to give all its readers a roundup of trending stories of the day.

SRK celebrated his birthday in Dubai. We got a sneak peek into the celebration on social media. Photos of SRK posing with his babies – AbRam and Suhana surfaced on the Internet.

Akshay Kumar teased Kiara Advani on her romance with Sidharth Malhotra. After their friendly banter, fans were convinced that Akki confirmed all those romance rumours when he said, “Ye badi Siddhanto wali ladki hai.”

Shraddha Kapoor has now reached a total of 56.4 million followers on social media. She surpassed actresses Deepika Padukone (52.3 million) and Alia Bhatt (50.1 million). This makes her the third most followed Indian on Instagram.

Deepika Padukone and Alia Bhatt to claim the third spot on the list of Bollywood’s most-followed stars. As far as the number game is concerned, Shraddha now stands at number three with a total of 56.4 million followers on social media. She is not far behind Priyanka Chopra with 58.1 million followers and Virat Kohli who enjoys a huge fan following on 82.2 million.

A source told Etimes that Deepika Padukone’s manager, Karishma Prakash resigned from a talent agency following the recent drug case. “Her association with Deepika and few other actors was only as a KWAN employee. So naturally, those associations would also be severed,” the source revealed. The NCB has issued fresh summons to Prakash on Monday. According to the reports, she has been untraceable for five days, so the officials handed over the summons to her mother.

Script by : Karen Pereira

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Edited by: Yogesh Jaiswar

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