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‘Kaatru Veliyidai is a special film’

Actress Aditi Rao Hydari said working with ace filmmaker Mani Ratnam in forthcoming Tamil romantic drama Kaatru Veliyidai was very nourishing.

At the film's audio launch, Aditi told media: “It's a very special film. My life-long dream to work with Mani Ratnam has come true.”

She went on to add that to work with the Roja filmmaker was like “taking a booster shot of vitamin”.

“It was nourishing,” she added.

On a funny note, she also said that Ratnam can't get rid of her and that she would love to collaborate with him again.

Paired with Karthi, she plays a doctor in the film.

The film is slated for release on April 7.

‘I now have no problem with anxiety. It was something I was dealing with in the band. People saw strength in that, and they didn't seem to expect it from a guy, but they expect it from a female, which to me is crazy. We're all human.’| Zayn Malik

As a special, Bollywood Actor Ranbir Kapoor has been approached to host the 1st episode of popular dance reality show Nach Baliye 8. 

This is the first time Ranbir will be seen hosting a TV show. As of now the only host locked is Karan Tacker.

Reese furious with Nicole

Actress Reese Witherspoon is reportedly furious with once best friend and colleague Nicole Kidman.

A gossip platform has claimed there is “no love lost” between the Oscar-winning actresses after a fallout over their new TV show Big Little Lies, reports a publication.

The publication also claims Witherspoon is unhappy at her Australian co-star Kidman's failure to promote the HBO series in the run up to its debut in February, claiming Kidman used too much of her airtime to discuss her latest Hollywood hit Lion. “Reese is furious that Nicole hasn't done more to support Big Little Lies. All she's talked about in interviews is Lion,” said a source.

 
 
 

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