Deepika Padukone's Femina cover, Emma Watson seeks help finding mother's ring - Social Media Stalkers' Guide

Deepika Padukone on the cover of Femina, Emma Watson seeks help on social media, Anushka Sharma returns to Mumbai - Social Media Stalkers' Guide

FP Staff July 20, 2017 21:36:51 IST
Deepika Padukone's Femina cover, Emma Watson seeks help finding mother's ring - Social Media Stalkers' Guide

What's more fun than passing off stalking celebrities on social media as work?

Very little, right?

And so, we scanned the Instagram and Twitter accounts of celebs from India and abroad, to bring to you weekly updates from the interwebz. Who tweeted to whom? Who re-posted last night's party pics? Who went on a rant about what? Whatever it is, don't worry, we've got you covered. 

We stalk, you read. Deal?

Deepika Padukone on the cover of Femina

🙏 @feminaindia #unstoppable

A post shared by Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) on

Deepika Padukone was the most recent celebrity to grace the cover of Femina magazine. Padukone looks stunning in a black mesh top and a black tasseled lower. The actor shared the photograph via her Instagram account with the hashtag #unstoppable.

Emma Watson seeks help on social media to find rings

Emma Watson took to Facebook with a plea for help as she seems to have lost her most precious possession — a ring gifted to her by her mother on the actor's 18th birthday. Watson's mother reportedly started wearing the ring a day after she was born. The actor shared a distressed post on Facebook that asked the people on social media to come forward if they had any leads on Watson's precious rings.

Anushka Sharma's return to Mumbai

All set to fly back to the hood ... Mumbai ✈😎 and back to #JabHarryMetSejal promotions. A post shared by AnushkaSharma1588 (@anushkasharma) on

Anushka Sharma is finally done with shooting her portions for the Sanjay Dutt biopic starring Ranbir Kapoor in the role of Dutt. Sharma is all set to return to Aamchi Mumbai. The actor shared a photograph on her Instagram account where she is seen looking tired and washed out as she rests on a couch.

Suniel Shetty goes on a diet

Suniel Shetty shared a picture of himself holding a large plate of dessert which he claimed is his last, as he is going to go on a diet thereafter. The actor took to Instagram to share the news of his upcoming diet, as the caption of the photograph read "weakness in my hand, strength by my side (referring to his wife)".

Sonakshi Sinha vacations in New York

Chaos theory 🙌🏼 #sonastravels #newyorkcity #soho A post shared by Sonakshi Sinha (@aslisona) on

Sonakshi Sinha has been sharing photographs of her vacation religiously, and we now have one more picture which sees the actress happily gallivanting across town. Wearing a casual yet chic black dress and white sneakers, Sinha is seen enjoying the day as she does touristy things in Soho, New York.

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