What upsets Gul Panag, Akshay Kumar
The twitter world is quite a busy one, and Bollywood contributes a great deal to it. Here's looking at the best star tweets of the day.
Gul Panag seemed quite upset with writer and activist Arundhati Roy, who claimed in an interview that Kashmir was never an integral part of India.
'Dear Arundati, please do tell us which state was/is an integral part of India?Punjab?Mysore?Hyderabad Mysore?Do also define integral. Thanks,' she tweeted.
Image: Gul Panag
Akshay's disturbing Sunday
Akshay Kumar seemed disturbed as well, when he tweeted: 'Had a bit of a disturbing Sunday, I found out that the very man I've hired 2 take care of my dog & my son's new puppy has been mistreating & kicking them behind my back.I want to thank the man who came & told me what was happening.I can't tell u how distressed that makes me feel that my own beloved pets were being hurt.All I can say is I've made sure that it will never happen again & to all the people out there who have pets to keep an eye on who walks them or looks after them.Its disgusting that any human could mistreat any animal.I'm sorry 4 the negative tweet 2day,I'm just very upset, my dogs are part of my family & i can't bare to see them being hurt in any way :('
Image: Akshay Kumar
'In this day and age, we are still banning books!'
While Mumbai bats for Rohington Mistry's Such A Long Journey that has suddenly become a hot topic of controversy, Farah Khan tweeted in her support.
'In ths day n age v r still banning books.so unfair!Iv read "such a long journey"n its an outstanding book!wish I had kept my copy.kya yaar,' she tweeted.
Image: Farah Khan
Dia lands up in 'real India'
Dia Mirza, meanwhile, seemed to be in a great state of mind.
'In Khajuraho! A view from my room. Can't wait to visit the temples! This is real India,' she tweeted, throwing in a picture.
Image: Dia Mirza