Mumbai, June 13 (IANS) With her husband Raj Kundra having been questioned in the IPL betting case, Shilpa Shetty is going through a bit of a rough patch. The actress says that she is getting support from her mother who advises her to “stay strong”.
“I was low and mom (Sunanda) said this to me, ‘People will hate you, rate you, shake you, and break you. How strong you stand is what makes you’,” Shilpa tweeted.
Businessman Kundra, a British national, and Shilpa are co-owners of Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Rajasthan Royals. He was questioned recently by the Delhi Police in connection with the betting scandal.
Shilpa and Kundra married in 2009 and they have a son Viaan. She says her mother’s words inspired her a lot.
“Those words gave me strength immediately. Parent’s unconditional love and prayers put a smile on my face. Should never take that for granted,” she tweeted.
Delhi Police have arrested 28 people in the IPL spot fixing and betting case.
Sean Kingston to perform in India again?
Composer Aadesh Shrivastava has revealed on his Twitter account that he is trying to get Sean Kingston, the American teen hip-hop sensation, to perform in India again.
“I’m trying to get him back for the show in Mumbai. Are you guys ready to rock with Sean Kingston?” Shrivastava tweeted without divulging any further details.
Kingston last performed in India in the year 2010.
Tanishaa proud of her film family
As the Indian film industry celebrates its 100 years, Tanishaa Mukerji says she loves being part of the fraternity and is proud of the fact that her family contributed in shaping up filmdom.
“I love the industry. And I am so proud to be part of a family that has been instrumental in shaping some of those 100 years of cinema – whether it’s from my father’s side or my mom’s side. And I hope that I will be able to join them in contributing in some way by the time I’m done,” said the actress, seen in films like “Sarkar”.
She comes from an illustrious film family – her maternal grandmother Shobhna Samarth was one of the reigning queens of 1950s, while her paternal grandfather Sashadar Mukherjee was a pioneer of Indian cinema.
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