Bollywood wrap: Bhajji's debut film, Aaradhya Bachchan grown 'so tall' & more

What's trending on the internet and what's the reason for it- let's take a look


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Harbhajan Singh wraps his debut film

Cricketer Harbhajan Singh who is all set to make his Bollywood debut with a film Friendship has wrapped the film’s shoot recently. Harbhajan Singh has earlier played guest appearances on the silver screen but Friendship is his first full-fledged film. While the trailer will be released at the end of this month, Harbhajan is gearing up for the dubbing of his film in multiple languages including Hindi, Tamil, Punjabi, and Telugu. On the personal front, he recently welcomed his 2nd child a baby boy and is currently busy finalising the name along with his family.

Netizens gush over Aish & Abhishek's daughter Aaradhya's new photo

Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan's daughter Aaradhya Bachchan is one of the most loved star kids and receives a lot of media attention since her birth. Recently, a picture of her surfaced on the internet where she is seen posing with her parents. And fans are amazed that Aaradhya has grown so tall. Aaradhya, who will turn 10 in November this year, looked just a few inches shorter than mom Aishwarya in the pictures. Here is how the netizens reacted to the 9-year-old Aaradhya.

Well, the pictures are from the time when Bachchan's met Tamil actor Sarath Kumar and his family in Puducherry, Tamil Nadu. For the unversed, Sarath and Aishwarya are currently working together on Mani Ratnam's upcoming film Ponniyin Selvan.

Actors Bhumi, Milind and others get trolled

Many B-Town celebrities congratulated Indian wrestler Priya Malik, who won a gold medal at the ongoing World Cadet Wrestling Championship, held in Budapest, Hungary. However, a few celebs mistook this gold medal for one at the Tokyo Olympics, underway in Japan. Well, Bhumi Pednekar, Milind Soman and Vatsal Sheth took to their social media accounts to congratulate wrestler Priya Malik for the big win, but as they mentioned the wrong tournament netizens trolled them. Take a look at the posts and comments here.

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