Beautiful moments, heartfelt messages and ultimate throwbacks are what kept Bollywood buzzing all last week. So, let’s take a look at the celebrities that kept us glued to our phones and rose our heart rates with excitement in this week’s “IIFA Newsmaker”
Multiple Bollywood celebs shared their pics holding a lit Diya, candles or a torch to show their support to those who are risking their lives daily to fight against the COVID-19 virus. This comes after PM Narendra Modi urged all Indians to shut off their lights and light a Diya on our balcony on 5th April at 9 pm for 9 minutes. This gesture showed the unity of Indians and gave us courage during these dark times.
Madhuri Dixit Nene took to Instagram to share an old pic of her which the netizens went crazy over. The goddess of Bollywood urged people to keep their eyes on the road and feet in the house with her caption.
On the occasion of World Health Day, Bhumi Pednekar shared a beautiful message for all doctors, primary health caregivers, medical staff and all the front line workers on her Instagram account. She thanked these ‘Health Heroes’ who are fighting every day to keep us safe and healthy.
On Jackie Chan’s birthday, Disha Patani wished the superstar on Instagram and shared the memory of when she first met him. She remembers being nervous that day but how Jackie made it the best day of her life.
Sara Khan shared a throwback pic of her transformation posting a parallel between her old photo and a recent photo. Same pose, same expression, same fashion and same conviction, Sara asks people at her consistent continuity.
Tara Sutaria shared a childhood photo of herself holding a telephone writing that this was her 24/7. And we agree with her, this is a common side effect of not meeting our friends for a long time.