Notebook song: Salman Khan shares the melodious track ‘Nai Lagda’
The upcoming film, ‘Notebook’ is a story of lovers separated by circumstances and distance set in picturesque Kashmir.
In an old school approach, they neither see each other nor meet, out of another era. On Thursday, Salman Khan shared the first song, ‘Nai Lagda’ is out and it sets the mood just right. The song has been composed by Vishal Mishrain and sung by Vishal Mishra & Asees Kaur.
The song displays feelings of distance and isolation, juxtaposing the shots and actions of the two actors in different locations. The slo-mo’s are used to create the effect of longing.
Pakistan to release IAF pilot as a peace gesture, celebs react
Following the air strikes conducted by IAF across LoC and destroying terror camps of JeM in Balakothe, Pakistan violated Indian air space the day after the air strike. In the aerial altercation, the IAF shot down a Pakistani fighter jet in retaliatory fire and one Mig 21 went down as well a pilot was missing in action. The MEA confirmed that the pilot was missing and Pakistan claimed they had the missing IAF pilot.
After a day of back and forth and Indian pressurizing Pakistan to return the IAF pilot safely and extending international pressure, Pakistan’s PM said on Thursday evening that they would be releasing the IAF pilot on Friday.
Pak PM Imran Khan in the joint session of the country’s parliament said that they will be releasing the pilot a peace gesture. ‘Nobody wins in a war.’ This is a huge win for India and people, ministers and notable celebrities have been reacting on social media handles.
— NewsMobile (@NewsMobileIndia) February 28, 2019
Eagerly awaiting our braveheart IAF pilot Abhinandan’s speedy release from Pakistan! May better sense prevail in Pakistan so that they do what is morally right! Have courage young man – the whole nation is with you & praying for you!🙏 🇧🇴Jai Hind! 🇧🇴
— Hema Malini (@dreamgirlhema) February 28, 2019
Being an army kid I can say confidently that the only war India & Pakistan should fight is against terrorism, poverty and illiteracy . Full stop. #SayNoToWar #SayNoToTerrorism #Jaihind🇮🇳 #SaluteOurForces 🙏
— Preity G Zinta (@realpreityzinta) February 28, 2019
I can only smile at the thought that Wing Commander Abhinandan will be safely home with his family tomorrow. Happy to acknowledge anyone who helped make it possible, for whatever reason. #WelcomeBackAbhinandan
— Vikram Chandra (@vikramchandra) February 28, 2019
@ImranKhanPTI Every noble act makes a way for itself… your goodwill gesture is ‘a cup of joy’ for a billion people, a nation rejoices…
I am overjoyed for his parents and loved ones.
— Navjot Singh Sidhu (@sherryontopp) February 28, 2019
Hera Pheri 3 confirmed: Akshay, Paresh, and Suniel gear up for the shoot
The cult comedy ‘Hera Pheri’s third installment is confirmed. The film originally featured Akshay Kumar, Suniel Shetty and Paresh Rawal in lead roles and went on to become one of the best films of the year and in the genre.
As per reports, the film was to be made a few years ago with Abhishek Bachchan and John Abraham but was shelved due to lack of sufficient funds. Filmmaker Indra Kumar confirmed that the original trio will be back in the third installment.
Hera Pheri 3 is set to release in the next year.
Sonam Kapoor faces backlash for her ‘anti-war’ post
In the aftermath of the Pulwama terror attack and the IAF’s aerial strikes at JeM terror pads at locations across the LoC, people have been contesting about whether they support war or peace in the crucial times.
Actress Sonam Kapoor took to her social media handle to talk about her anti-war stance, comparing ‘average’ Indian and Pakistani citizens, saying citizens suffer in a war and soldiers, not the right or left wing extremists who create such situations.
This did not go down well with netizen who immediately slammed her.
Sonam kapoor’s only achievement in her entire life is that she was born to a Bollywood star . Even then she couldn’t give a proper hit and couldn’t impress anyone with her acting.#Lamestarkid
— sandeep singh (@sandeep44142394) February 28, 2019
I have no issues with the asinine virtue signalling of champagne socialists like Sonam Kapoor in peace time. But it is abhorrent at war time. This attempt at hollowing national resolve – however ineffectual – won’t… https://t.co/DWiTVMqXga
— Yudi Bakshi (@yudibakshi) February 28, 2019
44 of our men were mercilessly killed in the name of Jihad & Sonam Kapoor equates Islamic terror with “Hindu” terror. After this if Hindus watch her movies or buy brands endorsed by her, we deserve the BS flung our way.
— Divya (@divya_16_) February 28, 2019
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