As the tinsel town continues to sparkle with glitz and glamour, the past week has witnessed a cascade of intriguing events, making headlines and setting social media abuzz. From Atlee planning to cast Shah Rukh Khan and Vijay together; Ranbir Kapoor, Sidharth Malhotra and others attending World Cup Semi Finals; to SRK hosting a grand party for David Beckham, here’s a roundup of the most captivating stories featuring the newsmakers of the week in Bollywood.
Mrunal Thakur and Badshah dating rumours


Mrunal Thakur and Badshah are the latest couple in B-Town who recently raised eyebrows for their rumoured relationship. Their joint appearance at Shilpa Shetty’s Diwali bash sparked rumours that they might be dating. The two were seen exiting the bash together and were snapped holding hands. Mrunal took to her Instagram stories and shared a photo with Badshah and Shilpa from the party and wrote “two favorites.” Amid all the dating rumours, the rapper has taken to Instagram to share a cryptic note. It read, “To samajhne ki koshish kar, sikka uchala gaya hai (So, try to understand, the coin has been tossed).”

Aadar Jain makes relationship with Alekha Advani insta official


After breaking up with Tara Sutaria, Aadar Jain grabbed eyeballs after he was spotted and snapped with Alekha Advani at Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Diwali bash. While they initially hesitated to pose together, they did pose for the paparazzi briefly before heading inside together. Later, the actor took to his Instagram handle, and shared a loved-up picture of himself holding hands with Alekha and called her ‘light of his life’.
Atlee’s next with Shah Rukh Khan and Thalapathy Vijay

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Atlee disclosed that he personally reached out to Vijay, extending an invitation to his birthday celebration. Vijay, expressing his commitment, assured Atlee of his presence at the party. Upon Vijay’s arrival, a private conversation ensued between Shah Rukh and Vijay, prompting them to summon Atlee for a joint discussion. Shah Rukh Khan then conveyed to the director that if there were any plans for a two-hero film in the future, both he and Vijay were on board for the project. Vijay, endorsing the idea, responded with an affirmative ‘Ama pa.’ Atlee, excited about the prospect, revealed, “So, I am actively developing it. It might shape up to be my next film. I am dedicating considerable effort to craft a script for it. Let’s wait and see how it unfolds.”

Shah Rukh Khan hosts David Beckham at Mannat and fans are awaiting to see their picture together

Celebrities galore at the World Cup semi finals


While the entire nation was hooked to the World Cup Semi-Final match between India and New Zealand, some of our Bollywood celebrities decided to enjoy the thrilling match live at the stadium. Several Bollywood celebrities like Anushka Sharma, Ranbir Kapoor, Kiara Advani, Sidharth Malhotra, Rajinikanth, Shahid Kapoor, John Abraham and others are seen watching the match and cheering for team India. Apart from them, Rajinikanth, David Beckham and others were also spotted enjoying the thrilling match at the stadium. From cheering in the stands to sharing their excitement on social media, the presence of these stars added a touch of glamour to the cricketing spectacle.
Bollywood welcomes David Beckham

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David Beckham, who was recently in India as a UNICEF ambassador was spotted and snapped watching the World Cup semi final match at Wankhede stadium recently. Later Bollywood’s fashionista, Sonam Kapoor, along with her husband Anand Ahuja, hosted an intimate dinner party for the football legend at their Mumbai residence. A day later, Shah Rukh Khan hosted a grand welcome party for the former footballer at Mannat, which was also attended by a host of other celebrities from Bollywood.

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