Mumbai, Oct 29 (IANS) Megastar Amitabh Bachchan met late filmmaker Yash Chopra's wife Pamela at their house here and went down memory lane.
"Went and spent sometime with Pam, Yashji's wife at their house... so many memories attached to this place," Big B tweeted Sunday night.
Yash Chopra died Oct 21 following multi-organ failure. He was 80.
Amitabh did some of his most memorable projects including "Kabhi Kabhie", "Deewaar", "Trishul" and "Silsila" with the iconic filmmaker, who redefined romance on the screen, and gave the Big B his 'angry young man' tag.
Anupam mistaken for driver!
Anupam Kher was in for a surprise when an elderly Briton mistook him for a driver of a classic black Bentley.
"Was standing next to this car. An elderly Britisher asked if I was the driver. Before I could reply, he added, 'Lucky you'," tweeted Anupam.
The veteran actor is currently in Britain, shooting for "Yamla Pagla Deewana 2".
Arjun Kapoor gifts fan his perfume!
Actor Arjun Kapoor floored his fan Amulya Dalvi when he met her and hugged her. The 20-year-old girl fell in love with his perfume, and he quickly gifted it to her.
She was over the moon when she came face-to-face with Arjun. He hugged her, and Amulya almost refused to let go of him and said: "Wow! You smell so good! I love this smell!"
So, Arjun immediately asked for his perfume to be brought by his spot boy and readily gave it away as a present to the young girl.
Amulya met Arjun as part of UTV Stars' show "Live My Life 2", which lets one lucky fan be in the shoes of his or her favourite Bollywood celebrity for a day.
Arjun, son of filmmaker Boney Kapoor, made his Bollywood debut with "Ishaqzaade", and Amulya has watched the movie 10 times. So her day was planned in a special way.
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