Today’s B-Town Buzz: Karan Johar’s FIRST Look In Bombay Velvet Releases, Sonam Kapoor Is In Hospital + Ranveer Singh Opens Up About Deepika Padukone’s Depression

Ileana D'Cruz, Karan Johar, Nimrat Kaur

Ileana D’Cruz, Karan Johar, Nimrat Kaur

We have already seen Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma’s look in Anurag Kashyap’s upcoming film Bombay Velvet, which also stars Raveena Tandon. Seen as though everyone was obsessed with Ranbir and Anushka’s look – it certainly looks like K-Johar’s (FIRST) look is even better! Karan is playing a villain (surprisingly), Ranbir is a boxer and Anushka is a jazz singer – okay then? The film is based on  Gyan Prakash’s book Mumbai Fables – which circulates around the history of Bombay, do you like this idea?

Just look at him, does he look like a villain?

Source: Twitter | @karanjohar

Source: Twitter | @karanjohar

Just look at those villainous eyes. Apparently his name in the film is Kaizad Khambatta. Every time look at his avatar I can’t take it seriously Do you think K-Jo can pull this off?

Sonam Kapoor

Sonam Kapoor

Earlier today Sonam Kapoor posted a couple of photos on Instagram, which made me think that the Dolly Ki Doli actress is under-the-weather. Have a look:

Thank you @chefkelvincheung for the care package.. Feeling better already!!

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Also the star opted to read Rajesh Khanna’s biography. How cool 🙂

Just finished reading #RajeshKhannas biography by Gautam Chintamani. Very well and fairly written for fans, sceptics and cinephiles.


It looked like Sonam had a day off, as the pic shows Sonam’s hand attached to a hospital drip – not a pleasing day for sure!

Hate being sick… Oowie

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I hope she gets well soon ❤

Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone

Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone

A couple of weeks ago Deepika Padukone, silenced the world with her confession of dealing with depression. Although fame seems like glamour and glory – many celebrities suffer from various difficulties and of course they are not immune from it. However, Deepika has earned much respect from this matter and it definitely takes guts to speak up about depression, anyway.

Some reports had suggested that she was going through a low-phase and the cause (apparently) was her beloved, Ranveer Singh. This is what a source close to the actress told a leading newspaper:

Deepika was suffering, it’s true, but what no one knows is that Ranveer was the one who was disturbed and was seeking help. Deepika saw that he was having a tough time trying to come to terms with the suicide of a friend, who was dealing with depression. The friend shot himself last year, minutes after putting up a status on Facebook saying he was going to kill himself. But before any of his family members or friends could reach him, he had pulled the trigger. Those close to the deceased blamed themselves for not being able to help or doing enough or just being there with him. Ranveer doesn’t like to show his emotions in public, but people close to him, especially Deepika, knew that this tragedy had hit him hard. She saw him struggle with his grief mixed with guilt. He even saw a therapist for a while. Deepika was his silent support at the time, and she saw first-hand how depression was a serious disorder. Perhaps that pushed her to talk about this issue. No one is denying that she too perhaps was going through the same thing, but her decision to address depression publicly had a lot to do with Ranveer and his friend who lost his life to the illness.

Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone

Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone

Anyway, much respect for Deepika for opening up about depression and for Ranveer for supporting her! #DeepVeerlove


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