Hema Malini feted with lifetime achievement award

Mumabi: Actress-politician Hema Malini has been honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Art and Cinema.

The actress was honoured by the Bank of Baroda on the occasion of its 108th Foundation Day on July 20.

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“On the happy occasion of their 108th Foundation Day, Bank of Baroda bestowed on me the Lifetime Achievement Award for Art & Cinema” Hema tweeted on Tuesday.

The 66-year-old actress’ star daughter Esha Deol received the award on her behalf as the “Sholay” star is currently recovering from injuries she sustained in a road accident in Rajasthan, earlier this month.

“Again, Esha received the Award on my behalf at the function which took place yday – 20th July. Three other luminaries also recd awards,” Hema tweeted.


Lisa Ray ‘thrilled’ to be in Lucknow

Indo-Canadian actress Lisa Ray is currently in Lucknow and says she is “thrilled” to be in the city.

The “Kasoor” actress took to micro-blogging website Twitter, where she also shared that she admires “the Lucknow Gharana style of Kathak”.

“Thrilled to be in the city of Nawabs, Tehzeeb and the home of the Lucknow Gharana style of Kathak, of which I am a huge admirer…#Lucknow,” Lisa tweeted on Tuesday.

The actress will next be seen playing a secret agent in the film “Ishq Forever”. Directed by Sanjay Dayma, the film is produced by Ajay Shah, Harry Gandhi and Shabbir Boxwala.

“Ishq Forever” is being shot in Cape Town, South Africa. The film, will release in November.


Rishi, Padmini Kolhapure fly together ‘after years’

Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor was seen with yesteryear actress Padmini Kolhapure while travelling back from Hyderabad.

The 62-year-old took to Twitter, where he shared a selfie along with Padmini on Monday night. Rishi was seen sporting an orange t-shirt, while the actress donned a bright yellow top.

“Flying with the Padmini Kolhapure from Hydrabad. After years!,” Rishi captioned the image.

The duo has been seen in movies like “Prem Rog”, “Yeh Ishq Nahin Aasaan”, “Hawalaat”, “Pyar Ke Kabil” and “Zamane Ko Dikhana Hai”.