New Delhi, Sep 29 (IANS) Bollywood choreographer-director Farah Khan joined micro-blogging site Twitter Wednesday morning amid much cheer from the film industry.
'Ok... introducing one of my oldest friends... the very talented and the super entertaining @thefarahkhan (Farah's Twitter identity),' posted Johar.
After Farah's entry, Mallika wrote: 'Twitter is now officially cool'.
Singer Sunidhi Chauhan said: 'Queen Khan finally on Twitter. Let's welcome her... It's @TheFarahKhan.'
Music composer Vishal Dadlani described her as 'one of the most viciously, witty, and also most real and wonderful human beings I know,'. His partner Shekhar said: 'Let's all welcome the coolest, the rocking and a very dear friend @thefarahkhan.'
Farah has possibly joined Twitter in the run up to the release of her next directorial venture 'Tees Maar Khan', starring Akshay Kumar. She says she is overwhelmed by the response.
'I'm overwhelmed! I can hardly keep up with your response. How sweet you all are! (I have got) such a warm welcome. (I) Promise to be correct, but not politically,' she posted in her trademark, nonchalant style.'
Luv Sinha looks like Robert Pattinson?
Nothing can beat this observation - flop actor Luv Sinha looks like Hollywood star Robert Pattinson!
Apparently someone told Luv of his uncanny resemblance with Pattinson, who played an endearing vampire in the 'Twilight' series.
'Damn I can't stop laughing. Someone commented that I look like Edward Cullen of 'Twilight'! Seriously?'
The actor, who made his debut with box office dud 'Sadiyaan', even went to the extent of posting his picture alongside Pattinson for a comparison.
Ashmit Patel turns singer, relives his past!
Actor Ashmit Patel is back from his sabbatical, but this time with a song that reflects the personal problems he has suffered - his efforts to pull his family back together or the MMS scandal with Riya Sen.
Ashmit, has sung the song on his own, teamed up with singer Ishq Bector to compose it. The song will be released on the Internet this week.
'I've been through a lot of pain and I was always judged for my silence. They say, if you relive your past, you deal with it. This song and its upcoming video is actually a medium for me to express my true self, be it creatively or emotionally,' said Ashmit who was seen in films like 'Murder' and 'Toss'.
He says he will be back to work very soon.
'I'm not giving up. In fact, I'm more determined than ever, to be proactive and fight back. The song marks a new beginning for me and god willing, you'll see a lot more of me soon.'