Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn, who turned 43 Monday, is busy shooting "S.O.S. - Son of Sardar" in Patiala. But that didn't stop his fans from making his birthday special for him.
"Thank u for the lovely birthday wishes!:) and thanks to the fans that surprised me with a huge cake on #SOS sets, the whole unit enjoyed it," tweeted the actor.
Ajay has his hands full with projects like "Bol Bachchan", "Tezz" and "S.O.S. - Son of Sardar". All of them are slated for release this year.
Ronit nervous about 'Shootout At Wadala'
Actor Ronit Roy, who has been preparing to shoot his next film "Shootout At Wadala", is a bundle of nerves and hopes to live up to the director's expectations.
The actor, whose role as a strict father in "Udaan" was appreciated, will be seen as cop Raja Tambat in director Sanjay Gupta's "Shootout At Wadala", based on the 1982 shootout in which criminal Manya Surve was killed.
"New day, new week, new film starts - 'Shootout At Wadala'. Going into it with lotsa positivity. You guys have a super week," Ronit posted on Twitter.
"Nervous about this one. Need all your good wishes. Hope I'm able to play Raja Tambat to your's and directors satisfaction," he added.
Akshay's bus memories
Akshay Kumar got nostalgic when he came across one of his posters on the side panel of a bus. It brought a smile to his face.
"Even after over 20 years in this industry, it never fails to make me smile when I see myself on the side of a bus that I once used to run after," tweeted Akshay, who came across the poster of his forthcoming release "Housefull 2".
Akshay's struggle for success saw him passing through the bylanes of Chandni Chowk in the capital of Bangkok, where he learnt martial arts as well as worked as a chef and waiter.
He returned to Mumbai, and a small modeling assignment ticked off his career in showbiz and changed his life.