Sonam Kapoor Burns The Dance Floor In This UNSEEN VIDEO; Grooves To 80s Hit Song Jimmy Jimmy Aaja- WATCH

Sonam Kapoor leaves us impressed as she grooves to Jimmy Jimmy Aaja in this throwback video. Take a look!

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Sonam Kapoor Burns The Dance Floor In This UNSEEN VIDEO; Grooves To 80s Hit Song Jimmy Jimmy Aaja- WATCH
A video of Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor is going absolutely viral on social media! Sonam was seen dancing to the superhit 80s song Jimmy Jimmy Aaja with a friend at a club, and her killer moves are unmissable. In the video, Sonam Kapoor can be seen having the time of her life, and dancing like there’s no tomorrow to this retro song from Disco Dancer.  Needless to say, fans were in awe of her moves as she burned the dance floor.

In the video, Sonam Kapoor can be seen wearing a white-colored crop top with black pants. She let her long tresses loose, and was seen dancing without a care in the world. The video also shows her looking momentarily disappointed as the volume of the song goes down, but quickly goes back to dancing her heart out when the audio resumes to normal. Sonam Kapoor has shared this video on her Instagram account, while wishing one of her friends.

She wrote, “To my whimsical, creative and ambitious friend. Happy happy birthday, you wonderful soul. May all your joys only double from this moment onwards, and you have the bestest time, ever. Can’t wait to meet you soon and dance with you... missing you tonnes! Love ya! PS: Don’t have too much fun without me! @nimishshift.” Take a look:


On the professional front, Sonam Kapoor has been shooting in Glasgow for her upcoming film Blind. She was last seen in The Zoya Factor in 2019. ALSO READ: Sonam Kapoor Indulges In A Hilarious Banter With Husband Anand Ahuja Over His New Haircut; Gives A Sneak Peek As He Shaves His Head Bald



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Shooting Of Crowd Sequences, Dance Numbers NOT ALLOWED; FWICE Sets Up Monitoring Team To Ensure New COVID-19 Guidelines Are Met

The Federation of Western Indian Cine Employees (FWICE) has issued a fresh set of guidelines to be followed by members of the film industry in view of the partial lockdown imposed in Maharashtra till 30 April.

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Shooting Of Crowd Sequences, Dance Numbers NOT ALLOWED; FWICE Sets Up Monitoring Team To Ensure New COVID-19 Guidelines Are Met
The Federation of Western Indian Cine Employees (FWICE) has issued a fresh set of guidelines to be followed by members of the film industry in view of the partial lockdown imposed in Maharashtra till 30 April. The guidelines have been issued in view of the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the country, particularly in Maharashtra.

In a press release, The president of FWICE, B N Tiwari, general secretary Ashok Dubey, treasurer Gangeshwar Srivastav, and chief advisors Sharad Shelar with Ashok Pandit said, , "The office-bearers of FWICE had a Zoom meeting with the honourable chief minister, Shri Uddhav Thackeray. The FWICE has assured the CM that the industry will be responsible where the SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) of the COVID guidelines are concerned. FWICE in coordination with experts has laid down guidelines which all people involved in pre-production, shooting and post-production work will have to adhere to."

It further said, "These guidelines as of now will be applicable till 30 April 2021." The guidelines are in addition to the earlier SOPs unveiled by the FWICE, as directed by the state government.

According to the new guidelines, shooting of crowd sequences and songs with dancers in large numbers will not be allowed. Wearing of masks and continuous sanitization are compulsory on the sets, in production offices, and in post-production studios. An FWICE monitoring team has been constituted to visit sets and post-production studios regularly to check that all guidelines are being followed. Any individual or production unit flouting the rules or creating any kind of hindrance in the adherence of the guidelines will face disciplinary action.

In addition, the note stated, "A complete lockdown shall be followed from Friday 8pm to Monday 7am and thus, any kind of shooting, setting, pre-production activities should be avoided during this period. It is permissible to shoot from Monday to Friday. All members are hereby advised to schedule their shootings as per the above permissible days."

The guidelines come after several top artistes tested positive for COVID-19 in the past week, including Akshay Kumar, Alia Bhatt, Aamir Khan, Bhumi Pednekar and Katrina Kaif.

 

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Happy Birthday Jaya Bachchan: Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa, Bawarchi And Others; Here Are 5 Performances Of The Veteran Star You Don’t Know About

While Jaya Bachchan's much-lauded performances need no recommendation, here are some of her master performances that you probably missed out on!

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Happy Birthday Jaya Bachchan: Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa, Bawarchi And Others; Here Are 5 Performances Of The Veteran Star You Don’t Know About
At one point in her career(circa  1973-75) Jaya Bhaduri was a  bigger star than Amitabh  Bachchan. Her much-lauded performances in the obvious films Abhimaan, Uphaar, Kora Kagaz, etc need no  recommendation. But what about the  Jaya Bhaduri  master-performances which you have probably missed while no one  was watching?

1. Bawarchi(1971): Among all  the films that  she  did with her favourite Hrishi Kaku(Mukherjee)   Bawarchi  is the   least celebrated  ,probably because Jaya had a relatively briefer  role in this one than in Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s Abhimaan and Mili. But as  the quiet  underdog of a large  squabbling joint family Jaya spoke  more through her eyes  than  her other voluble  roles(Guddi , Uphaar) in 1970-71  allowed her to. Bawarchi  was  also  the only film that brought the two superstars  of the early 70s Rajesh  Khanna  and  Jaya Bhaduri together. But  only because they couldn’t say no to  Hrishida, and only  because they were not paired  opposite one another.

2. Piya Ka Ghar (1972): In 1971-72 when  Jaya was the  toast of  the nation for her performances  in  Guddi,Uphaar,  Parichay and Koshish she  featured in two  films with Anil Dhawan.  Among the  two Annadata  was touching  in its portrayal  of  humam compassion.Basu Chatterjee’s Piya Ka Ghar was  splendidly  plebeian. In one of her quietest  performances, Jaya  played the  newly married wife brought to  joint family in a  chawl   craving for  some privacy with her husband. Watch her attempts at trying to get her husband’s attention in a room full of  racucous relatives.

3. Anamika (1973): In the year  of Abhimaan and Zanjeer, came Anamika where  Jaya starred as a woman  apparently  suffering from  amnesia whom Sanjeev Kumar  picks  up on the road and  brings home, with moving  and hilarious  consequences Remembered  to this day for  one of Lata Mangeshkar most popular songs Baahon mein chale  aao, there  was a lot more going for the film, mainly the  brilliant chemistry between the lead pair. See them together  in this film and you know why  Jaya’s favourite co-star was her ‘Haribhai’ the much-missed Sanjeev Kumar.

4. Desh(2002): One of  Jaya’s  personal favourite  as she  got to play her  son’s mother on screen. This elegiac Bangla  film directed  by Raja Sen(not the  celebrated  film critic) is about  a woman having to choose  between joining her son in  the US and helping a young woman fight a  corrupt  politician  in  Kolkata. Jaya’s inner strengths  as a human being were  never more  visible on screen. Abhishek made an appearance at the end of the film as her son.

5. Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa(1998): Govind Nihalani persuaded  Jaya Bachchan out  of  retirement to play a powerful matriarch  with a wimpy husband(Anupam Kher) whose  only son (played brilliantly  Joy Sengupta) dies suddenly. The devastated  mother revisits her  son’s life after  his death to discover some dark  uncomfortable  truths  about him. This is a  nerve-wracking, life-changing   film that  is meant  to  change how we look at  our lives  vis-à-vis those  closest to  us. Jaya admits this was  the toughest most challenging role of her career, and the most rewarding. Try to find  it  on one of  the  OTT platforms. It must be somewhere  out there.

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