Actor Karan Singh Grover, who has hardly ever been shy about expressing his love for his wife Bipasha Basu openly, says for him she’s a girl straight out of his dreams.
Karan, who is currently holidaying in Australia with Bipasha, on Monday shared photographs of himself along with the actress, who turned 38 on Saturday.
“I’ve never met a girl as fun, as gorgeous and as crazy as your are Bipasha Basu. It’s like you’re right out of my dreams,” Karan captioned the image.
Karan was last seen on screen in the 2015 film “Alone” with Bipasha. He will next be seen in the upcoming film “3 Dev”, which is the story of a couple, where the wife is extremely religious and the husband is not.
They rent out their house to three youngsters and certain situations lead to the trio being termed as ‘God’, leading to hilarious situations of lies, mistaken identity and chaos.
The film also stars Tisca Chopra, Kay Kay Menon, Kunal Roy Kapur and TV actor Ravi Dubey, who marks his big screen debut with the film.
Currently Bipasha, who tied the knot with Karan in April 2016, has no movies in her kitty.
Celebrities wish ‘kindest, toughest’ Farah Khan on birthday
Bollywood celebrities including Manoj Bajpayee, film director Sujoy Ghosh and Jacqueline Fernandez have wished “amazing” filmmaker Farah Khan on her 52nd birthday on Monday.
Her brother Sajid Khan, friends including Sonu Sood and Huma Qureshi among many others have wished her a year full of happiness, luck and laughter.
Farah, who is a film director, producer, actress and choreographer, is best known for her choreographic work in numerous Hindi films. She has choreographed dance routines for more than a hundred songs in over 80 Hindi films.
She has worked on international projects such as “Marigold: An Adventure in India”, “Monsoon Wedding” and the Chinese film “Perhaps Love”.
She turned director with the 2004 film “Main Hoon Na”, which starred superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who she has been good friends with. In 2012, Farah made her film acting debut in a leading role in “Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi”, directed by Bela Bhansali Sehgal. The film also starred Boman Irani.
Farah trained Colombian singer Shakira for a Bollywood version of her song “Hips Don’t Lie” for the MTV Video Music Awards in 2006 and has also choreographed Kylie Minogue for the song “Chiggy Wiggy” in the 2009 movie “Blue”. She has also choreographed legendary star Jackie Chan for a number for the forthcoming Sino-Chinese film “Kung Fu Yoga”, which also stars Sonu Sood, Amyra Dastur and Disha Patani.
Here’s what the celebrities tweeted on her birthday:
Sajid Khan: Happy birthday Farah Khan the greatest sister in the world…I know I’m a couple of hours early…But I wanted to be the first to wish you.
Manoj Bajpayee: Happy birthday to you my friend and neighbour. Keep shinning! God bless you Farah Khan.
Huma Qureshi: Happy Birthday my dearest Farah Khan come back jaldi need to a solid biryani burday love you loads.
Jacqueline Fernandez: I wish you all the happiness in the world! Happy Birthday Farah Khan.
Boman Irani: Happy birthday Farah Khan the most spirited person I know. A woman in a man’s world, never rolling over, socking it, but always with love.
Sonu Sood: Happy birthday Farah Khan…Someone I love the most. My family, my friend, my sister thanks for being the most special one.
Vishal Dadlani: My deepest, most heartfelt love to one of the kindest, toughest, most caring people ever. Happy Birthday, Farah Khan! Have a stellar year!
Sujoy Ghosh: Plus an amazing pulao maker.. happy birthday Farah Khan !
Riteish Deshmukh: Dearest Faruuuu wishing you all the happiness and love— big big hug – have a great one my dear.
Keep rocking: Friends wish Farhan Akhtar on 43rd birthday
Bollywood’s multi-faceted talent Farhan Akhtar was wished a “rocking” birthday, year and life by his friends from the film industry. He turned 43 on Monday.
His friends and co-workers like Shraddha Kapoor and Aditi Rao Hydari wished him an “amazing” year full of happiness, luck and laughter.
Farhan, who is the son of screenwriters Javed Akhtar and Honey Irani, is a film director, screenwriter, producer, actor, playback singer and lyricist. He began his career in Bollywood by working as an assistant director in “Lamhe” and “Himalay Putra”.
Farhan made his directorial debut in 2001 with “Dil Chahta Hai”, and started his acting career in 2008 with “Rock On!!”.
Here’s what the celebrities had to say:
Kunal Kohli: Farhan Akhtar happy birthday buddy and as you say Twitter pe toh banta hai (should go on Twitter).
Riteish Deshmukh: Hey brother Farhan Akhtar have a blessed one… happy birthday Namdev hupp!
Shraddha Kapoor: Happy happy birthday Farhan Akhtar keep shining! Big hug.
Nikkhil Advani: Happy birthday Farhan Akhtar. Here’s to a totally rocking year buddy. Cheers!
Aditi Rao Hydari: Happy birthday! Farhan Akhtar to a year full of music movies and epic joy! Big hug
Sajid Khan: Happy birthday brother Farhan Akhtar have a great one.
Dia Mirza: Dearest Farhan Akhtar happy birthday! More power to your voice that chooses to make a difference in so many ways…Keep shining! Big love