Snippets: Priyanka hates being grown up

Snippets: Priyanka hates being grown up

 Priyanka Chopra wants to go back to school -- not to study, but to enjoy the innocence that goes with childhood. She says she doesn't like being a grown up.

"Being a grown up sucks! Too much responsibility...when I was a kid I couldn't wait to be big and independent, but now...wish I was back in school," Piggy Chops posted on Twitter.

The 29-year-old rued how decision-making was such an easy process when she was a kid.

"For biggest issues used to be not studying for a test or the cute boy next door or what to wear...aaaah...the days of simplicity.

"And the funniest is how we all just couldn't wait to grow up...even when our parents told us we'd hate to grow parents are always right! Like...changing your mind was so much easier then...the repercussions were never so big! Choices now are so scary to make cause they kinda stick," added Priyanka.

Currently the National award-winning actress is busy working on "Barfi!" with co-star Ranbir Kapoor.

Celina expecting twins in March
Former beauty queen-turned-actress Celina Jaitley says she might give birth to her twins in March, though she is due in April.

"Thank you for the many wishes on our twins...Peter and I are due to become parents in April. But twins come a month in advance so March it is," Celina wrote on Twitter.

Celina married hotelier Peter Haag in 2011, and she is enjoying her journey to motherhood.

"Twin pregnancies have their risks and unique experiences which singleton birt's don't have. So it's been quite a journey," she added.

It's been a while since Celina was seen on the big screen. So when a fan asked her on Twitter - "Where are you dear? No more movies," she responded: "Maternity break...its difficult to dance n seduce the hero whilst pregnant with twins."
She will next be seen in "Will You Marry Me?".

Ali Zafar visits Nizammudin dargah
Pakistani actor Ali Zafar visited New Delhi's Hazrat Nizamuddin dargah to seek blessings ahead of the release of his next Bollywood film "London, Paris, New York".
The actor visited the shrine Wednes"ay.

"London, Paris, "ew York", a romantic comedy, directed by Anu Menon, also features Aditi Rao Haydari). It is about a middle class south Indian girl from Chembur, who is on her way to New York to study politics. She meets a rich spoil brat, on his way to study filmmaking in London.

It's their love story as they meet in London, Paris and New York for a night each over eight years. The film releases March 2.

'Bittoo Boss' set for Baisakhi release
Kumar Mangat says the theme of the his next project "Bittoo Boss" is celebration and happiness and that is why he has decided to release it on Baisakhi Day, which is on April 13.

"This is our Baisakhi gift to our audience. The movie is set in the north and Baisakhi is a big festival of northern India. This is our way of being the part of the celebration," said Mangat in a statement. 

Co-produced by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures and Wide Frame Pictures', "Bittoo Boss" is directed by debutant Supavitra Babul and stars newcomer Pulkit Samrat along with Amita Pathak.