IIFA Newsmaker 21st June 2020

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This week took us by surprise as we got hit with the loss of one of our most talented actors. We will surely miss Sushant Singh Rajput and wish him peace wherever he is.

Read here about what all went on in Bollywood this week:

Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely death

Early 14th June, we got to hear the saddening news about the passing away of Sushant Singh Rajput. The actor died of suicide which left everyone in shock. Everyone was devastated by hearing this news. He was a fine human being and an amazing actor whom we will miss dearly.

Bollywood shares their favourite moments with Sushant Singh Rajput

Soon after the news broke, actors of Bollywood began mourning and shared beautiful pictures and memories with the actor. The actor truly touched many lives and was more than just an actor who liked to talk about spiritual, philosophical and astronomical topics and B-town celebs will surely miss those conversations. RIP Sushant Singh Rajput.

Stylish Amitabh shares his thoughts

Amitabh Bachchan is known for his stylish pictures and thoughtful captions. Amitabh Bachchan recently shared an amazing pic looking dapper in a blue suit with a caption that left us thinking about life.

Sonam looking ‘Khoobsurat’

Sonam Kapoor shared a rehearsal still from her previous movie, Khoobsurat, saying how she can’t wait to be back in the studios rehearsing lines and acting. She remembers one of her most joyous characters, Milli, which was loved by all.

Rakul’s Black & White Photoshoot

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Sunshine is my favourite accessory ❤️❤️

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Rakul Preet recently posted a beautiful black and white picture looking gorgeous as ever. According to her, Sunshine is her favourite accessory in a photoshoot and we agree. This fabulous picture is enough to bring colours to your life.

Vicky’s childhood rainfall memories

Amid monsoon season in Mumbai, Vicky Kaushal remembers his childhood memories where the children used to identify kids by the colour of their raincoats. Oh To be a child again!