BollyBuzz: Sidhu Moosewala shot dead; #Boycott Laal Singh Chaddha trends on Twitter | Hindi Movie News

A rapper gunned down, #BoycottLaalSinghChaddha, reopen the Rhea Chakraborty files were just some of the headlines that made waves in tinsel town. Here are all the biggest headlines of the day.

The news of Punjabi rapper Sidhu Moosewala sent shockwaves all through B-town. The rapper was shot dead in his car, just a day after his security was withdrawn by the Punjab police. Bollywood stars from Ajay Devgn to Ranveer Singh, Vicky Kaushal to Mika Singh, Shehnaaz Gill and many others took to social media to express their shock over the rapper’s death. Even Canadian rapper Drake came forward to mourn the rapper’s demise saying ‘RIP Moose’. While the debate over the reason behind the rapper’s death plays out on national TV, Canada-based gangster Goldi Brar, a close aide of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang, took responsibility for the killing.

With the case now closed on Aryan Khan’s involvement in the NCB’s drugs case, lawyer Satish Maneshinde has now sought a similar enquiry into Rhea Chakraborty’s involvement in the drug case related to Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. Citing that her case was also handled by the same set of officers who were part of Aryan’s case, he said, “No drugs were found on her. No tests were done. Why should she suffer?”

Hours after Aamir Khan dropped the highly anticipated trailer of his film ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’, Twitterati got #BoycottLaalSinghChaddha trending all over the country. If you think this had anything to do with Aamir giving his gool Gappe spin to the Tom Hanks classic, you’re mistaken. Turns out an old quote of Aamir and Kareena went viral by haters going all out to destroy the film. Revealing their reason to call for a boycott, a twitter user said, “The one who do not feel safe in India should not even release his movies in India.” Another said “Kareena Kapoor asked us to not watch the movie.”

As far as money matters are concerned, it seems Kartik is making hay while the sun is shining. The actor, who previously drew flak for demanding a hefty fee of Rs 15-20 crore per movie, is now doubling his price tag after just his first 100-crore film. Buzz is that the actor has now hiked his fee to Rs 35-40 crore per movie.

Another young hunk hoping to make it big in Bollywood is Saif Ali Khan‘s son, Ibrahim Ali Khan. There has been a lot of buzz about the hottie making his Bollywood debut with the Hindi remake of ‘Hridayam’? Here’s what we know… Our bees got word that Karan Johar has been looking for an appropriate subject for the Pataudi lad and has decided to adapt last year’s successful Malayalam coming-of-age romantic drama, ‘Hridayam’. Till it is time for him to go in front of the cameras, you can find him up and about on the sets of Rocky Aur Rani, playing AD with the rest of the bunch.

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