Snippets: I'm loving the hate, says Juhi Chawla

Snippets: I'm loving the hate, says Juhi Chawla

Snippets: I'm loving the hate, says Juhi Chawla

Juhi Chawla is revelling in the reviews of her latest release "Gulaab Gang", in which she has played a negative role for the first time.

"I am loving the hate. For the first time, I'm actually glad you could hate me," Juhi posted on her Twitter page, along with the links of reviews where she has been lauded for playing a villain in the women-oriented movie.

"Thank you very very much...Am amazed and grateful for the overwhelming response to the movie 'Gulaab Gang'. Thank you ALL," she had posted earlier.

"Gulaab Gang" is reportedly based on the life of activist Sampat Pal, who formed the Gulabi Gang, a group of pink sari clad women vigilantes in Uttar Pradesh.
The movie, which even stars Madhuri Dixit, released Friday, a day before International Women's Day.

Ayushmann leads 'Bewakoofiyaan' flash mob

The multifaceted Ayushmann Khurrana performed in a flash mob outside a restaurant here to promote his forthcoming film "Bewakoofiyaan".

The actor, who plays the character of Mohit Chadda, a person who loses his job in the film, danced with a placard, which read "Hire Mohit".

As many as 24 dancers walked around with placards along with the actor-singer.
They danced to the tunes of the film's title track - "Bematlab betukhi...bewakoofiyaan".

The film, releasing March 14, also stars Sonam Kapoor and Rishi Kapoor.

Evelyn flaunts self-designed outfit

Evelyn Sharma has been putting her design instincts to good use. At a recent event, the actress flaunted one of her self-designed outfits and if all goes well, she may even launch a fashion line sometime soon.

In recent times, actresses like Mandira Bedi and Lisa Ray have launched their fashion lines, but they did it with much fanfare. However, Evelyn has begun the process by designing her own outfits for her appearances before planning to put a line together to make it available for her female fans.

Evelyn's line will be fashionable but won't support or promote too much skin show, said a source.