Baali Buzz: Shahrukh Khan’s son Abram became a year old, Ranveer Singh showed off his beard Hindi Movie News

Baali Buzz: Shahrukh Khan’s son Abram became a year old, Ranveer Singh showed off his beard Hindi Movie News

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We are back again with our daily dose of entertainment! Our Bollywood celebs who are self-sacrificing at home, but they are making sure that they entertain their fans through their posts on social media. And we are making sure that all the news of entertainment world reaches you. Amitabh Bachchan, who replaced Shahrukh Khan’s Munshak Abram’s one-year pregnancy, claimed that ‘Amar Akbar Anthony’ worked better than ‘Bahubali’ and Ram Gopal Varma released the trailer for his coronovirus film. ETimes brings out a new segment Bowly Buzz that transcends the usual mix of news and gossips to give all its readers a round-up of trending stories of the day.

Pyari Abram of SRK gave one year time today. Sadly, it will not be Super Seven Bash, but rather a quiet celebration at home due to the coronovirus lockdown with their daddy, mom and older sister. But we are definitely excited to see her less important birthday pictures!

Ranveer Singh, who is super active on social media, has been sharing his fake pictures for his fans. Recently, he visited his fans in exotic places with his wife Deepika Padukone. He has also shared some pictures of himself showing his beard and he is simply awesome.

Big B is celebrating 43 years of his classic bar Amar Akbar Anthony. He had posted a cute picture with his children Shweta and Abhishek when he visited the set of his iconic film. In the same post, he also claimed that ‘Amar Akbar Anthony’ did better than ‘Bahubali’. According to him, the film had an estimated collection of Rs.25 crore in the 90s, surpassing the collection of 1000 crores, Ali Bahubali 2- The Conclusion had it at the present time.

Ram Gopal Varma released the trailer of India’s first film on COVID-19 which tells the story of a family in lockdown, and was shot entirely during lockdown. While narrating the story of the film, RGV shared, “Coronavire is not a horror film. It is about the horrors that are inside all of us, including our great political leaders and beauracrates, who really only know us that much, which is just nothing. Only I know that I know nothing “- think.”

Script by: Karen Pereira

Voice over: Shirley Thachil

Edited by: Yogesh Jaiswar


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