There was an uproar in Bollywood when Sri Lankan beauty Jacqueline Fernandez’s bathroom selfie was published with Sukesh Chandrasekhar, jailed for cheating.
There was an uproar in Bollywood when Sri Lankan beauty Jacqueline Fernandez’s bathroom selfie was published with Sukesh Chandrasekhar, jailed for cheating. After this, the agencies probing the matter called Jacqueline for questioning. But after that everything came to a standstill, except for media reports that said that Jacqueline has sought Salman Khan’s help to cover up the matter.
Also, how many expensive gifts Sukesh gave to Jacqueline. Apart from these news, his pictures with Sukesh also kept getting published indiscriminately. Now Jacqueline is upset with the publication of those pictures and is requesting the media to stop publishing these pictures, respecting their privacy.
Sanjay Dutt’s concern
Sanjay Dutt is worried these days. His concern is what will happen to the three films he has shot. Meaning they will be shown in theaters or will be put up on any OTT channel. These three movies are Shamshera, KGF 2 and Prithviraj. Dutt’s reason for concern is that his films Sadak 2 and Bhuj were shown on OTT channels last year. These films were made to be shown in theatres.
But came on OTT, due to which Dutt could not get any benefit. Dutt says Shamshera, KGF2 and Prithviraj are slated to release in theatres. But these days in view of the increasing cases of Corona and the restrictions imposed, it cannot be said when and where these films will be screened.
Rashmika Mandanna, who was active in Tamil films from Sultan last year after earning a name in Telugu and Kannada films, is going to enter Hindi films this year with the film Mission Majnu. Even before the release of Mission Majnu, Rashmika’s Hindi dubbed film Pushpa – The Rising became a hit in Hindi. The film has surprised the filmgoers by doing a business of 80 crores in Hindi and 300 crores in the world.
The first thing that Mandana did was to increase her fees by 50 percent as soon as the straw became a storm overnight. This situation is when none of Mandana’s films have been released in Hindi yet. His first Hindi film Mission Majnu will also release on May 13. But Mandana, who has been working in films for five years, knows that it is wise to take advantage of success in time.