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Rani’s back to the grind
Busy, busy, busy! #BollyTalks told you recently that Rani Mukherji and husband Aditya Chopra tied the knot in a secret ceremony in Italy on April 21. It took us all by surprise since it happened so quickly; word was that it was done that way because the poor health of Rani’s father, Ram Mukherji.
On May 4, they held a reception at home and invited friends and industry heavyweights like Karan Johar and Anupam Kher, among others. And now, the hardworking lady is back to the grind. Rani’s next role will be a policewoman in Pradeep Sarkar’s Mardaani and she was seen at the Mumbai airport, post-wedding, without Aditya, returning to the sets.
As a part of her preparation, reports are that the actress even met with Mumbai Police Crime Branch. Mrs Chopra’s diligence is admirable, we can’t wait to see how she uses her research.
No more waiting to see what actor Aamir Khan is up to, he is now on Instagram! He’s already on Facebook and Twitter but fans are going crazy with excitement that he is on the social site.
“No time for tweeting, just time for posting my pictures in small boxes which represent my daily days. Good morning!,” wrote Aamir. At the time of writing, Aamir only had two photos up: one with his director wife Kiran Rao and another with a group of children. We are sure that he will also be sharing pics related to his upcoming film PK which is set for a December release.
Check Aamir out on Instagram: @theaamirkhan.
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