Kareena Kapoor's show-stopping act; Sagarika-Zaheer's chic selfie: Social Media Stalkers' Guide
Kareena Kapoor walked the ramp for Manish Malhotra in Kenya while newly-married couple Zaheer Khan and Sagarika Ghatge posed for a selfie together.
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?
Kareena Kapoor stuns as Manish Malhotra's muse
Kareena Kapoor walked the ramp for designer Manish Malhotra in Kenya. Looking resplendent in white, Kapoor owned the runway with her showstopper act. Salman Khan meets the Fukras
The Fukras can't hold their Excitement 😍😍 when the Super Amazing @BeingSalmanKhan Sir Gives the mosttt amazing Surprise ❤️❤️ Thank you so much Sir!! We Love You!!❤️❤️#fukreyreturns pic.twitter.com/7YrXhERaxi — Varun'Choocha'Sharma (@varunsharma90) November 25, 2017
The cast of Fukrey Returns were in for a surprise when Salman Khan decided to stop by. Even the fukras couldn't hold their excitement in Khan's presence.
India's costume at Miss Universe 2017 unveiled
Presenting India's national costume at Miss Universe 2017. Radha: The Feminine Nature of God Radha descended from the spiritual realm shortly after Krishna, God of Love approximately 5,000 years ago. She took birth in the small village known as Barsana, which is about 28 miles from Mathura, the birth place of Krishna. The word Radha comes from the Sanskrit verbal root radh, which means to worship, and the word rani, which means queen. Radharani can be literally translated to mean “the queen of worship.” In some texts, she is described as “the supreme goddess who is worship able by everyone. She is the protector of all, and she is the mother of the entire universe.” Shraddha Shashidhar's National Costume is the symbol of love and purity Radha has for Lord Krishna, God of Love. Love on the spiritual platform is devoid of selfishness. The needs and interests on the other take precedence over one’s own needs. The kind of love that comes closest to spiritual love is the love exhibited by a mother towards her child. It’s full of sacrifice and is completely selfless; it is without expectation. The path of bhakti or devotional service prepares one’s heart and consciousness — by eradicating selfishness and incorporating selflessness — to understand and experience that divine love which exists between Radha and Krishna. Designed by : @abujanisandeepkhosla and Melvyn Dominic Noronha Jewellery by Tejus Jogani and @Curiocottagejewelry Fashion Director: @Rockystarofficial Associate Stylist: @stylestashofficial Photographer: @Rahuljhangiani Hair and Makeup by @urbanchokra Miss Universe #MissUniverse2017 #Shraddha4MissUniverse #India
India's official costume at Miss Universe 2017 has been unveiled and it is a riot of colours. The designers have sought inspiration in the Hindu Goddess Radha by trying to replicate her femininity in the costume. Kriti Sanon's chill sessions
#Morningsbelike ❤️ @nupursanon #chaicoffee #couchcomfort #gappe #morningsmiles A post shared by Kriti (@kritisanon) on
Kriti Sanon and her sister Nupur Sanon have been spending a lot of time together gossipping, eating — just like this photo proves.
Zaheer Khan and Sagarika Ghatge's stylish selfie
Zaheer Khan and Sagarika Ghatge have been giving us serious couple goals lately with their terrific selfies. Ranbir Kapoor or Sanjay Dutt?
Ranbir Kapoor was spotted shooting for the Sanjay Dutt biopic. The photo has sent the internet into a tizzy as Kapoor looks totally unrecognisable in this avatar.
Kaveree Bamzai's new book on Shah Rukh, Aamir, and Salman benefits the most from its timeliness, given the rising conversations around Islamophobia, the streaming vs theatres debate, and the Khans' own complacencies.
Mall Content: Hindi cinema's manufactured depiction of Shimla is hopelessly limited to postcards and land of refuge
The average Indian filmmaker’s chauvinistic view of Shimla depicts it as a place so un-Indian, it can only be mined through the elitism of the tourist rather than the consciousness of the resident.
"You can sit with us," wrote #KareenaKapoorKhan on one of her posts.