Mumbai, Feb 21: Actress Alia Bhatt, whose second film "Highway" hit theatres Friday, has been showered with luck and encouraging words like "you are going to be the biggest star" by her contemporaries like Parineeti Chopra and Shraddha Kapoor.
Parineeti, whose recent movie "Hasee Toh Phasee" too was widely appreciated, took to Twitter to express her support to Alia's "Highway".
"Go go go Alia! 'Highway' is going to be huge and you are going to be the best actress and biggest star ever! Guys don't miss it," she tweeted Friday.
"Aashiqui 2" star Shraddha Kapoor also tweeted that she "can't wait to watch 'Highway' ", and added: "All the best Alia!"
Alia's "Student Of The Year" co-star Sidharth Malhotra wished her luck too.
"Must watch my Radha on the 'Highway' tomorrow (Friday), best of luck Alia. Hearing great things, very excited, love and kiss," he tweeted Thursday.
Post "Highway", Alia will be seen in "2 States", which will release April 18.
Ayushmann wants to start radio station in Rishikesh
Actor-singer Ayushmann Khurrana is so much in love with Rishikesh that he wants to settle there and run a radio station.
The "Paani da" crooner is busy shooting for Sharat Katariya's "Dum laga ke haisha" in the holy towns of Haridwar and Rishikesh.
"I feel one with this city. I feel one with self. Can stay here forever. Probably run a radio station for Rishikesh next to the Ganga," Ayushmann, whose brother Aparshakti Khurrana a radio jockey, tweeted Friday.
"Haridwar stinks of religion. Rishikesh has an air of spirituality. No wonder the Beatles (British band) visited this place in 1968 for transcendental meditation," he added.
Felicitation by PM makes Divya Dutta happy
Actress Divya Dutta recently met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at the screening of Shyam Benegal's "'Samvidhaan - The Making of the Constitution of India". It turned out to be a cherishable moment for her.
"What an honour to be a part of Shyam Benegal's 'Samvidhaan', screened at the Parliament House for the Prime Minister and Rajya Sabha members today (Thursday). And to be felicitated by the prime minister was a cherished moment. Thank you Shyam Babu for this beautiful experience," Divya tweeted early Friday morning.
Directed by Benegal and produced by Rajya Sabha TV, "Samvidhaan" is a 10-part mini-series based on the Indian Constitution.
It will go on air on Rajya Sabha TV every Sunday 10 a.m. from March 2.