Actress Priyanka Chopra, who is here in India at the moment, took up the ongoing mannequin challenge on social media with her team here.
Priyanka shared a video on her Twitter page and shot a one-minute long video with her team.
In the video, she and the team have stood in one pose for a minute where each of them is doing their own thing, fussing around the actress.
“Freezing this moment forever. This is just a part of my India team…can’t believe I got them to stop working for 1 minute! See you in the new year! Respect work, team love.”
On the work front, Priyanka is currently working in the American TV show “Quantico” and will next be seen in the Hollywood film “Baywatch” which also stars actors Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron, Alexandra Daddario, Kelly Rohrbach, Jon Bass, Ilfenesh Hadera, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson.
Big B feels paucity of time
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, 74, feels there is so much to do, but not enough time.
The star has been in the film industry for almost five decades and has been entertaining movie buffs with his films like “Zanjeer”, “Abhimaan”, “Deewaar”, “Sholay”, “Don”, “Shahenshah”, “Paa” and “Piku”.
On his blog, he wrote on Thursday: “…why is it that now one feels that there is a paucity of time to do much, when indeed there is much to do now’ Why is it that when there is much to be done that doing that takes a million moons, knowing well enough that if not now then when… “
“To say to start small and build later progressively, leaves us in doubt. Others have more time than us. We think for the morning. Others think of the mornings of the future and this truth makes for indecisive thinking on many spheres.”
He also wrote that people spend time in watching and involving their visions on today’s creativity.
“We envy that it was not present in our time. We picture ourselves in them then and in them now,” he said.
Big B believes that nostalgia is good, “but not when it does not compromise with us”.
“I would wish to… but then time would have to wait. And time will not, neither will nostalgia,” he said.
Mandira Bedi on family vacation in Macau
Actress Mandira Bedi, who is on a vacation with her family in Macau, says her son is having a gala time.
Mandira said: “I am getting to spend a lot of quality time with my family during this vacation. We are getting to do so many cool activities together. Vir and I even did some Kung Fu with Po at the Kung Fu Panda Academy and am glad that he is enjoying every single bit of his holidays.”
The family is staying at the Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel.