News18» News»Movies»Jayashree Ramaiah's 'I Quit' Post on FB Alarms Fans, IAS Turned Actor Abhishek Singh's Music Video Goes Viral
1-MIN READ

Jayashree Ramaiah's 'I Quit' Post on FB Alarms Fans, IAS Turned Actor Abhishek Singh's Music Video Goes Viral

Jayashree Ramaiah's 'I Quit' Post on FB Alarms Fans, IAS Turned Actor Abhishek Singh's Music Video Goes Viral

Kannada actress Jayashree Ramaiah cryptic Facebook post raised concerns, IAS officer turned actor Abhishek Singh trends on Twitter after music video goes viral. More details in today's showbiz recap.

Kannada Bigg Boss 3 contestant Jayashree Ramaiah set off an alarm on Facebook on Wednesday morning after she posted "I quit. Goodbye to this f*****g world and depression." Her followers on social media immediately drew attention to her post and friends and acquaintances began reaching out to the actress, asking her to return their calls and desist from taking any extreme steps.

Read: Kannada Actress Jayashree Ramaiah Alarms Fans with 'Goodbye to This World and Depression' Post

IAS officer turned actor Abhishek Singh trended on Twitter after his music video with singer B Praak, Dil Tod Ke, went viral online. People took to Twitter to express their amazement about Singh achieving two difficult feats.

Read: IAS Turned Actor Abhishek Singh Trends on Twitter After Music Video With B Praak Goes Viral

Taapsee Pannu and Swara Bhasker have retweeted a video, which is an excerpt from an old interview of Kangana Ranaut, in which she seems to be defending star kids for their privilege, comparing it to a quota system in the field of education.

Read: Taapsee Pannu, Swara Bhasker Share Old Video of Kangana Ranaut Defending Star Kids' Privilege

BJP Vice president Baijayant Jay Panda has claimed on Twitter that he has come across documents to prove some Bollywood celebrities have links to Pakistan and ISI. Panda did not take names, but he urged 'patriotic Bollywoodies' to renounce these celebs.

Read: BJP Leader Baijayant Jay Panda Claims Some Bollywood Celebs Have 'Verifiable Links to ISI and Pak Army'

Saaho has reportedly broken the record of highest opener for an Indian film in Japan. Aamir Khan's Dangal held the record previously. Saaho has also managed to earn a spot among top five grossing Indian films in Japan, other four being English Vinglish, 3 Idiots, Muthu and Baahubali 2.

Read: Saaho Theatrical Re-release Breaks This Box Office Record of Dangal in Japan

Loading...