The Good, Bad And Ugly Of Last Week: Deepika Padukone, Janhvi Kapoor, Tinaa Dattaa, Taapsee Pannu, Kriti Sanon

The environment is tense and the mind is worried as we list down the Good, Bad And Ugly of the last 7 days in the world of movies and television

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The Good, Bad And Ugly Of Last Week: Deepika Padukone, Janhvi Kapoor, Tinaa Dattaa, Taapsee Pannu, Kriti Sanon
Tinaa Dattaa (UGLY): 
Situation is precarious. The Daayan actress has gone on record to say that her co-actor Mohit Malhotra has been touching her inappropriately on the sets.

Mohit Malhotra (UGLY):

 Strong words of condemnation if you are being so silly on the sets. And what do you mean by saying, "Your role demands you to touch Tinaa here and there"- that's exactly what she told us in her exclusive interview, yesterday. 

Janhvi Kapoor (UGLY):
Doesn't get more stupid than this. Sridevi's daughter was trolled for 'looking pregnant'. Why are we so dumb and aggressive on social media?

Taapsee Pannu (GOOD):

Caught up with this talented actress for an interview over the weekend, and like always she oozed confidence. Badla should be a good film, at least that's what the trailer loudly depicts.

Deepika Padukone (GOOD):

 Nice to see her doing a commercial with her ex Ranbir Kapoor, after getting married to Ranveer. The Simmba star was right on the India Conclave: "I am not insecure". 

Kartik Aaryan (GOOD):

Happy-go-lucky guy. Quite endearing. It's a nice feeling if you have two consecutive successes- Sonu Ke Titu Ki sweety and now, Luka Chuppi.

Zoya Akhtar (GOOD):

Met her last week in a Juhu 5-star and discussed Gully Boy. This woman is a lava of not just talent but intelligence as well. Gully Boy was Made In Heaven, ironically the name of her upcoming Amazon show.

Bhumi Pednekar (BAD):

 Felt bad for her. Despite her great performance in Sonchiriya, the film tanked on Day 1. Moral of the story: Filmmakers should not make films in regional language (Bundelkhandi in this case) and sell them as if they're in Hindi. 

Kriti Sanon (GOOD):
Happy for her that Luka Chuppi has clicked. She has done well, no two opinions about that.

Shilpa Shetty (UGLY):
Continues to hail dangerous dances of children in Super Dancer. Shouldn't a known face stand up and say 'Enough is enough. This is not dancing, kids. You guys are only endangering your lives'. Ditto for Geeta Kapoor and Anurag Basu.

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