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Bolly Buzz: Dilip Kumar gets discharged from the hospital; Remo D’Souza talks about late Sushant Singh Rajput – Times of India ►

From Dilip Kumar’s restoration to Himesh Reshammiya dropping his new track, listed here are the largest tales of the day. In our newest section, Bolly Buzz, we convey you all the juicy gossips and news which grabbed everybody’s consideration from the world of leisure.

Dilip Kumar was discharged from the hospital as we speak. “With your love and affection, and your prayers, Dilip Saab is going home from the hospital,” learn an announcement on the actor’s official Twitter deal with. The 98-12 months-previous star, who was complaining of breathlessness, underwent a pleural aspiration process at the hospital this week.

Salman Khan is all set to star in a Hindi remake of the Tamil hit movie, ‘Master’ that featured Vijay in the lead. Not just that, the superstar is apparently toying with the idea of remaking Ravi Teja’s newest Telugu thriller ‘Khiladi’.

Shahid Kapoor not too long ago revealed {that a} biopic on late Indian Dingko Singh was in the works, however was placed on maintain. He revealed this on the day the nation was mourning the late boxing champ.

Recently, Remo D’Souza talked about his fond recollections of the late Sushant Singh Rajput. He stated, “he had asked me to work on a dance film with him. I wish I could have. Sushant was an amazing dancer.” Praising his expertise, he went on so as to add, “He was such a good-looking boy, who owned the stage each time he stepped on it.”

Himesh Reshammiya is again along with his new track Surroor 2021 that’s taking Twitter by storm. “Jai Matadi let’s rock!” he says earlier than happening to sing the track.

Script by : Karen Pereira

Voice over by : Shirley Thachil

Edited by: Jayesh Patel

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