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Rumours over Singh, Bhatt
Ranveer Singh’s name is yet again the subject of Bollywood rumour mills. So let’s see, he may host Big Boss 8, he supposedly replaced Shah Rukh Khan in an Aditya Chopra production, and now it’s being said that when Imran Khan left the upcoming Vikramaditya Motwane film, Bhavesh Joshi, he was offered his part. Well, there may be some truth to this last one.
A daily confirmed with an insider that Ranveer was sent the script, but is busy shooting the Action Romance, Kill Dil and “he hasn’t had the time to go through it.” If he takes it, this will be Singh’s second movie with Motwane after Lootera which also stars Sonakshi Sinha. Production is pushed back for now as the team will be revisiting the script to suit their new possible lead.
The insider was further quoted as saying, “Nothing is finalised right now. It’s not clear yet whether Ranveer will finally do the film or not. There are several modalities that need to be worked out”.
Another young blood making headlines is Alia Bhatt. Although rumoured to have been with co-stars, and even friends, Alia says that she will not entertain the idea of a serious relationship (leading to marriage), until she wants children.
In a recent interview, she touched on her painful childhood which gave her insecurities as an adult. She even mentioned that her family was not all that close. They have improved on that recently, with the use of technology!
“I created this family BBM group which has me, my sister, my mom and my father, and he says, ‘I love this group’. They are all now au courant, with each others lives, and now Alia can inform them in real time when she meets her beau!”
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