Manisha Warns Against Fake Facebook Accounts

The actress uses the digital platforms to share views on various subjects including her homeland Nepal.

Published: 18th September 2015 05:15 PM  |   Last Updated: 18th September 2015 05:15 PM   |  A+A-

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MUMBAI: Actress Manisha Koirala has warned her fans about "many fake" Facebook accounts on her name.

"There are many fake fb account on my name... Please don't respond to them," Manisha, who has one account on the social networking site, tweeted on Friday.

The actress uses the digital platforms to share views on various subjects including her homeland Nepal.

Father act tough for Vir Das

From putting on weight to look like a healthy Punjabi to growing a beard for months, stand-up comedian and actor Vir Das did it all to bring life to his character in "31st October". But he says the toughest part of the upcoming film was playing a father to two children.

"The toughest part of my next film #31stOctober not the language or look. Playing a father to two adorable kids," Vir tweeted.

He plays the character of a simple clean hearted man Devender Singh in the film, which also stars Soha Ali Khan.

Esha Deol's 'Satte Pe Satta' moment

Actress Esha Deol had "crazy fun" during her "Satte Pe Satta" moment.

Married to Bharat Takhtani, Esha has shared an image of herself dancing with her six brothers-in-law and husband at a family wedding.

"The baarat! Bharat and my 6 Takhtani brothers! Dhula Manik on my left! Was crazy fun! My satte pe satta moment," Esha tweeted.

The 1982 film "Satte Pe Satta", which also starred her mother Hema Malini, revolved around seven brothers.


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