Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah actress Munmun Dutta is among one of the most adored characters of the show. She plays the role of Babita, who is good friends with the show's main lead, Dilip Joshi's character aka Jethalal. He has a soft corner for her and often flirts healthily and finds reasons to stay around her in the show. Their camaraderie is much loved by the audience too. However, did you know what Munmun Dutta did before entering the world of Gokuldham society in Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah? The actress was seen in a commercial with Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan. In the advertisement, Shah Rukh is seen as a patient, who has fractured his leg and Munmun, who plays the role of his nurse, signs the plaster of his leg with the pen they advertised for. Talking about Shah Rukh Khan, he has appeared on the shows several times to promote most of his films. The King Khan has always been welcomed with open arms and, he, too, loves to visit the set of this sitcom. Munmun … [Read more...] about Did you know Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’s Babita ji aka Munmun Dutta did a commercial with Shah Rukh Khan?
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Salman Khan's films have been regularly releasing on the occasion of EID and have enjoyed a near 100 percent success ratio over a period of more than a decade. Radhe was scheduled to release during Eid 2020 but due to the corona pandemic, Indian cinema theatres are seeing an indefinite shut down. While there is no film releasing this EID, Salman has a surprise release for his fans in the form of a song. … [Read more...] about Salman Khan Keeps His Promise, Releases A New Song For His Fans On Eid
When asked if she's had many guys sliding into her DMs, the beauty explained: 'I just want some time now to just focus on myself and I’m not really wanting to rush into anything. I’m just wanting to take every day as it comes!' … [Read more...] about Love Island’s Georgia Steel flaunts her taut abs and lithe limbs in a white bikini while soaking up the sun
The first time Lee ever sang in public, at church, she was so paralysed with nerves she sang facing a wall. By September 1937 she had scraped together enough confidence to audition for WDAY radio in Fargo. She impressed them, but the programme’s director, Ken Kennedy, couldn’t picture “Norma Egstrom” on a marquee. On the spot, he christened her Peggy Lee. The following year she tried her luck in Hollywood. Arriving in California with $18 and her father’s railroad pass, she wound up working as a carnival barker on Balboa Island. For a time, one of the of the 20th century’s great voices could be heard bellowing: “Three for a dime! You break one, you win!” … [Read more...] about ‘I will kill you if you give this song to anyone but me’: how Peggy Lee was perfect for Is That All There Is?
The foundation recently featured "Kindness In Crisis", an online auction led by Keys, Shiffrin, cross-country skier Jessie Diggins and mountain-bike racer Kate Courtney. They raised money for COVID-19 relief through signed hats, uniforms and other memorabilia. … [Read more...] about Shiffrin off-piste but still on-song