‘Ready for Summer’: Busty Holly Hagan flaunts her ample cleavage and tiny waist in a bright blue bikini… amid claims she’s returning to Geordie Shore

She’s allegedly set to make a comeback to Geordie Shore.

And keeping her fans guessing, Holly Hagan teased her followers with a sexy bikini snap on Sunday, showing off her incredible figure in her sizzling two-piece.

The reality star flaunted her ample cleavage in the electric blue swimwear, highlighting her enviable figure.

The tiny bikini drew attention to her slender waistline and flat stomach as she posed up a storm.

‘Ready for Summer’, she captioned the snap, tagging the ensemble as Miss Pap.

Holly has been dazzling her fans with an array of Kim Kardashian inspired posts of late, favouring the same long silver wig and faded filter loved by the American star.

This comes amid claims Holly will reportedly return to screens on Geordie Shore for the 17th series, which is set to star show regulars Sophie Kasaei and Chloe Ferry.

‘It was very hard’ Francia Raisa reveals both she and best friend Selena Gomez went through depression after kidney transplant surgery

Selena Gomez revealed she underwent a kidney transplant due to her lupus in an Instagram post she shared in September 2017.

And Francia Raisa, her best friend who donated her kidney to Selena, said they both ‘went through depression’ post-surgery, according to Self.

The 29-year-old actress told the magazine in a video, which was published on Wednesday, that nothing could have prepared her for how hard it all was during her recovery process.

Love at first swipe!Firefighter and maths teacher who fell for each other on Tinder and now have an adorable one-year-old baby girl reveal their tips for finding ‘the one’ online

When you think of dating app, Tinder, long term commitment is not the first thing which springs to mind.

However, for Perth couple, former maths teacher Christie McClennan, 40, and firefighter Adam Fahey, 43, it was love at first swipe.

Thirty minutes into their first date on a Tasmanian beach, the couple knew they had found ‘the one’.

After moving interstate to be together, starting a business named ‘Tinderly’ in honour of their love and travelling around the world, the couple now has an adorable 14-month old baby named Sasha.

Karen Clifton shares picture of husband Kevin amid split rumours

Karen and Kevin Clifton have been keeping mum about the state of their marriage since rumours of a split surfaced late last year but on Wednesday their fans were finally treated to a rare photo of them together and they could not have been more pleased. Strictly Come Dancing‘s Karen delighted her followers with a picture showing the couple dancing together to promote their new dance tour Kevin and Karen Tour 2018. The 35-year-old captioned the shot: “Starting the day off with a kick ball change along w @keviclifton #kevinandkarentour2018.”

Meghan Markle ‘revealed’ as secret author of anonymous Hollywood blog

Could Meghan Markle be the once struggling Hollywood star who penned the infamous blog The Working Actress? A new report by the Daily Mail says there is conclusive proof that the royal-to-be was the author of the honest diary which appeared online between 2010 and 2012. Having correlated events in Meghan’s life with former blog posts and with sources in California, writer David Jones is certain Prince Harry’s fiancée is the secret writer of the controversial diary. If true, Meghan would have written the blog in her late 20s when she was married to Trevor Engelson, before she created her lifestyle blog The Tig and found fame in TV show Suits.

Really Funny and Interesting Facts

  1. It is impossible to lick your elbow (busted)
  2. People say “Bless you” when you sneeze because when you sneeze, your heart stops for a mini-second.
  3. A shrimp’s heart is in its head.
  4. A crocodile can’t stick it’s tongued out.
  5. In a study of 200,000 ostriches over a period of 80 years, no one reported a single case where an ostrich buried its head in the sand.
  6. It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.
  7. A pregnant goldfish is called a twit. (busted?)
  8. More than 50% of the people in the world have never made or received a telephone call.
  9. Rats and horses can’t vomit.
  10. If you sneeze too hard, you can fracture a rib.
  11. If you try to suppress a sneeze, you can rupture a blood vessel in your head or neck and die.
  12. If you keep your eyes open by force when you sneeze, you might pop an eyeball out.
  13. Rats multiply so quickly that in 18 months, two rats could have over a million descendants.
  14. Wearing headphones for just an hour will increase the bacteria in your ear by 700 times.
  15. In every episode of Seinfeld, there is a Superman somewhere.
  16. The cigarette lighter was invented before the match.
  17. Thirty-five percent of the people who use personal ads for dating are already married.
  18. A duck’s quack doesn’t echo, and no one knows why.
  19. 23% of all photocopier faults worldwide are caused by people sitting on them and photocopying their butts.
  20. In the course of an average lifetime you will, while sleeping, eat 70 assorted insects and 10 spiders.
  21. Most lipstick contains fish scales.
  22. Like fingerprints, everyone’s tongue print is different.
  23. Over 75% of people who read this will try to lick their elbow.
  24. A crocodile can’t move its tongue and cannot chew. Its digestive juices are so strong that it can digest a steel nail.
  25. Money notes are not made from paper, they are made mostly from a special blend of cotton and linen. In 1932, when a shortage of cash occurred in Tenino, Washington, USA, notes were made out of wood for a brief period.
  26. The Grammy Awards were introduced to counter the threat of rock music. In the late 1950s, a group of record executives was alarmed by the explosive success of rock ‘n roll, considering it a threat to “quality” music.
  27. Tea is said to have been discovered in 2737 BC by a Chinese emperor when some tea leaves accidentally blew into a pot of boiling water. The tea bag was introduced in 1908 by Thomas Sullivan of New York.
  28. Over the last 150 years, the average height of people in industrialized nations has increased 10 cm (about 4 inches). In the 19th century, American men were the tallest in the world, averaging 1,71m (5’6″). Today, the average height for American men is 1,75m (5’7″), compared to 1,77 (5’8″) for Swedes, and 1,78 (5’8.5″) for the Dutch. The tallest nation in the world is the Watusis of Burundi.
  29. In 1955 the richest woman in the world was Mrs. Hetty Green Wilks, who left an estate of $95 million in a will that was found in a tin box with four pieces of soap. Queen Elizabeth of Britain and Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands count under the 10 wealthiest women in the world.
  30. Joseph Niepce developed the world’s first photographic image in 1827. Thomas Edison and W K L Dickson introduced the film camera in 1894. But the first projection of an image on a screen was made by a German priest. In 1646, Athanasius Kircher used a candle or oil lamp to project hand-painted images onto a white screen.
  31. In 1935 a writer named Dudley Nichols refused to accept the Oscar for his movie The Informer because the Writers Guild was on strike against the movie studios. In 1970 George C. Scott refused the Best Actor Oscar for Patton. In 1972 Marlon Brando refused the Oscar for his role in The Godfather.
  32. The system of democracy was introduced 2 500 years ago in Athens, Greece. The oldest existing governing body operates in Althing in Iceland. It was established in 930 AD.
  33. A person can live without food for about a month, but only about a week without water.
    If the amount of water in your body is reduced by just 1%, you’ll feel thirsty.
    If it’s reduced by 10%, you’ll die.
  34. According to a study by the Economic Research Service, 27% of all food production in Western nations ends up in garbage cans. Yet, 1,2 billion people are underfed – the same number of people who are overweight.
  35. Camels are called “ships of the desert” because of the way they move, not because of their transport capabilities. A Dromedary camel has one hump and a Bactrian camel two humps. The humps are used as fat storage. Thus, an undernourished camel will not have a hump.
  36. In the Durango desert, in Mexico, there’s a creepy spot called the “Zone of Silence.” You can’t pick up clear TV or radio signals. And locals say fireballs sometimes appear in the sky.
  37. Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox, Unix is a registered trademark of AT&T.
  38. Bill Gates’ first business was Traff-O-Data, a company that created machines which recorded the number of cars passing a given point on a road.
  39. Uranus’ orbital axis is tilted at 90 degrees.
  40. The final resting-place for Dr. Eugene Shoemaker – the Moon. The famed U.S. Geological Survey astronomer trained the Apollo astronauts about craters but never made it into space. Mr. Shoemaker had wanted to be an astronaut but was rejected because of a medical problem. His ashes were placed on board the Lunar Prospector spacecraft before it was launched on January 6, 1998. NASA crashed the probe into a crater on the moon in an attempt to learn if there is water on the moon.
  41. Outside the USA, Ireland is the largest software producing country in the world.
  42. The first fossilized specimen of Australopithecus Afarensis was named Lucy after the paleontologists’ favorite song “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds,” by the Beatles.
  43. Figlet, an ASCII font converter program, stands for Frank, Ian and Glenn’s LETters.
  44. Every human spent about half an hour as a single cell.
  45. Every year about 98% of atoms in your body are replaced.
  46. Hot water is heavier than cold.
  47. Plutonium – first weighed on August 20th, 1942, by University of Chicago scientists Glenn Seaborg and his colleagues – was the first man-made element.
  48. If you went out into space, you would explode before you suffocated because there’s no air pressure.
  49. The radioactive substance, Americanium – 241 is used in many smoke detectors.
  50. The original IBM-PCs, that had hard drives, referred to the hard drives as Winchester drives. This is due to the fact that the original Winchester drive had a model number of 3030. This is, of course, a Winchester firearm.
  51. Sound travels 15 times faster through steel than through the air.
  52. On average, half of all false teeth have some form of radioactivity.
  53. Only one satellite has been ever been destroyed by a meteor: the European Space Agency’s Olympus in 1993.
  54. Starch is used as a binder in the production of paper. It is the use of a starch coating that controls ink penetration when printing. Cheaper papers do not use as much starch, and this is why your elbows get black when you are leaning over your morning paper.
  55. Sterling silver is not pure silver. Because pure silver is too soft to be used in most tableware it is mixed with copper in the proportion of 92.5 percent silver to 7.5 percent copper.
  56. A ball of glass will bounce higher than a ball of rubber. A ball of solid steel will bounce higher than one made entirely of glass.
  57. A chip of silicon a quarter-inch square has the capacity of the original 1949 ENIAC computer, which occupied a city block.
  58. An ordinary TNT bomb involves atomic reaction and could be called an atomic bomb. What we call an A-bomb involves nuclear reactions and should be called a nuclear bomb.
  59. At a glance, the Celsius scale makes more sense than the Fahrenheit scale for temperature measuring. But its creator, Anders Celsius, was an oddball scientist. When he first developed his scale, he made freezing 100 degrees and boiling 0 degrees, or upside down. No one dared point this out to him, so fellow scientists waited until Celsius died to change the scale.
  60. At a jet plane’s speed of 1,000 km (620mi) per hour, the length of the plane becomes one atom shorter than its original length.
  61. The first full moon to occur on the winter solstice, Dec. 22, commonly called the first day of winter, happened in 1999. Since a full moon on the winter solstice occurred in conjunction with a lunar perigee (point in the moon’s orbit that is closest to Earth), the moon appeared about 14% larger than it does at apogee (the point in its elliptical orbit that is farthest from the Earth).

    Since the Earth is also several million miles closer to the sun at that time of the year than in the summer, sunlight striking the moon was about 7% stronger making it brighter. Also, this was the closest perigee of the Moon of the year since the moon’s orbit is constantly deforming. In places where the weather was clear and there was a snow cover, even car headlights were superfluous.

  62. According to security equipment specialists, security systems that utilize motion detectors won’t function properly if walls and floors are too hot. When an infrared beam is used in a motion detector, it will pick up a person’s body temperature of 98.6 degrees compared to the cooler walls and floor.

    If the room is too hot, the motion detector won’t register a change in the radiated heat of that person’s body when it enters the room and breaks the infrared beam. Your home’s safety might be compromised if you turn your air conditioning off or set the thermostat too high while on summer vacation.

  63. Western Electric successfully brought sound to motion pictures and introduced systems of mobile communications which culminated in the cellular telephone.
  64. On December 23, 1947, Bell Telephone Laboratories in Murray Hill, N.J., held a secret demonstration of the transistor which marked the foundation of modern electronics.
  65. The wick of a trick candle has small amounts of magnesium in them. When you light the candle, you are also lighting the magnesium. When someone tries to blow out the flame, the magnesium inside the wick continues to burn and, in just a split second (or two or three), relights the wick.
  66. Ostriches are often not taken seriously. They can run faster than horses, and the males can roar like lions.
  67. Seals used for their fur get extremely sick when taken aboard ships.
  68. Sloths take two weeks to digest their food.
  69. Guinea pigs and rabbits can’t sweat.
  70. The pet food company Ralston Purina recently introduced, from its subsidiary Purina Philippines, power chicken feed designed to help roosters build muscles for cockfighting, which is popular in many areas of the world.
  71. According to the Wall Street Journal, the cockfighting market is huge: The Philippines has five million roosters used for exactly that.
  72. Sharks and rays are the only animals known to man that don’t get cancer. Scientists believe this has something to do with the fact that they don’t have bones, but cartilage.
  73. The porpoise is second to man as the most intelligent animal on the planet.
  74. Young beavers stay with their parents for the first two years of their lives before going out on their own.
  75. Skunks can accurately spray their smelly fluid as far as ten feet.
  76. Deer can’t eat hay.
  77. Gopher snakes in Arizona are not poisonous, but when frightened they may hiss and shake their tails like rattlesnakes.
  78. On average, dogs have better eyesight than humans, although not as colorful.
  79. The duckbill platypus can store as many as six hundred worms in the pouches of its cheeks.
  80. The lifespan of a squirrel is about nine years.
  81. North American oysters do not make pearls of any value.
  82. Human birth control pills work on gorillas.
  83. Many sharks lay eggs, but hammerheads give birth to live babies that look like very small duplicates of their parents. Young hammerheads are usually born headfirst, with the tip of their hammer-shaped head folded backward to make them more streamlined for birth.
  84. Gorillas sleep as much as fourteen hours per day.
  85. A biological reserve has been made for golden toads because they are so rare.
  86. There are more than fifty different kinds of kangaroos.
  87. Jellyfish like salt water. A rainy season often reduces the jellyfish population by putting more fresh water into normally salty waters where they live.
  88. The female lion does ninety percent of the hunting.
  89. The odds of seeing three albino deer at once are one in seventy-nine billion, yet one man in Boulder Junction, Wisconsin, took a picture of three albino deer in the woods.
  90. A group of twelve or more cows is called a link.
  91. Cats often rub up against people and furniture to lay their scent and mark their territory. They do it this way, as opposed to the way dogs do it because they have scent glands in their faces.
  92. Cats sleep up to eighteen hours a day, but never quite as deep as humans. Instead, they fall asleep quickly and wake up intermittently to check to see if their environment is still safe.
  93. Catnip, or Nepeta cataria, is an herb with nepetalactone in it. Many think that when cats inhale nepetalactone, it affects hormones that arouse sexual feelings, or at least alter their brain functioning to make them feel “high.” Catnip was originally made, using nepetalactone as a natural bug repellant, but roaming cats would rip up the plants before they could be put to their intended task.
  94. The nematode Caenorhabditis elegans ages the equivalent of five human years for every day they live, so they usually die after about fourteen days. When stressed, though, the worm goes into a comatose state that can last for two or more months. The human equivalent would be to sleep for about two hundred years.
  95. You can tell the sex of a horse by its teeth. Most males have 40, females have 36.
  96. (removed, duplicated)
  97. The 57 on Heinz ketchup bottle represents the varieties of pickle the company once had.
  98. Your stomach produces a new layer of mucus every two weeks – otherwise, it will digest itself.
  99. The Declaration of Independence was written on hemp paper.
  100. A raisin dropped in a glass of fresh champagne will bounce up and down continuously from the bottom of the glass to the top

Interesting Facts You Probably Never Knew Before

1. Statue Of Liberty is one of the most lovable and famous landmark in the world.
It’s so tall such that even it’s Index Finger is 8 Feet Long.
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2. The Word “SET” has the most number of definitions in the English Dictionary that is 464 according to Oxford Dictionary.
3. Mosquitoes are more attracted to Color Blue than any other color.
4. Koala and Humans are among the few Animals that have Finger Prints.
Their finger prints are so similar that it takes a lot of effort to distinguish them under the microscope.
5. Octopus has 3 Hearts, 9 Brains and Blue Blood.
6. Blue Whale is the largest creature ever that has lived on the earth.
Blue Whale’s Tongue Weighs as much as an Elephant weighs.
7. Once a traffic Jam In China last More then 10 days with Cars moving only half a mile a day.

Two Young Guys Attempting Bohemia’s “School Di Kitaab” Song

This Musical Video of two young guys “Amaan Siddiqui” and “Shaun” attempting the Cover of Bohemia’s “School Di Kitaab” is so impressive and sweet to be at the top of our Viral Video’s Section.
Enjoy The Video !!!

Game Of Thrones announces plans for four spin-offs to add to ‘vast universe’

For every Frasier, there’s a Joey – so can the Game of Thrones spin-offs live up to the hype of HBO’s most profitable ever show?

HBO has announced plans for four different spin-offs of hit TV show Game Of Thrones.

Author George R R Martin has signed a contract with the broadcasters and four “very talented writers” to prolong the network’s most profitable ever show.

“We’ll take as much or as little time as the writers need and, as with all our development, we will evaluate what we have when the scripts are in,” a spokeswoman for HBO said on Thursday.

The network has not set a deadline for the projects.

One of the four writers hired to extend the show’s success is Britain’s Jane Goldman, who co-wrote the R-rated superhero flick Kick-Ass in 2010.

The other three are Mad Men writer Carly Wray, Brian Helgeland, who penned the crime caper LA Confidential, and Max Borenstein from Kong: Skull Island.

:: Game Of Thrones actor teases ‘death by dragon fire’

Game Of Thrones
Season 07 First Look
(L-R) Nathalie Emmenuel as Missandei
Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister
Conleth Hill as Lord Varys
Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen
Jacob Anderson as Grey Worm
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The announcement comes as the series is gearing up for its inevitable end, scheduled for 2018.

It is a smart and predictable move for HBO, but one which has had varying degrees of success for other much-loved series.

While Cheers spin-off Frasier undoubtedly managed to emulate and even surpass the success of its predecessor, and Breaking Bad follow-up Better Call Saul has also been well received by fans, many have failed to stand on their own.

‘Dear White People’ star sees Hollywood shift: ‘Being ethnic is cool

Dear Hollywood, the star of Netflix’s “Dear White People” thinks you’re in the midst of an important shift. And she couldn’t be happier to be a part of it.

She might be just 27, but Logan Browning has been in the entertainment business long enough to note that an increase in the industry’s desire for diverse programming has opened doors for talent and storytellers of color.
“I think we’re definitely in a wave of entertainment where — it sounds how it’s going to sound — being ethnic is cool,” Browning told CNN in a recent interview. “I think what writers are doing is taking this idea where networks want ethnicity and diversity and they’re taking the opportunity to broaden it and make [characters] not so one-note and simple.”
In “Dear White People,” Browning plays a woman who’s anything but simple.
Sam is a young radio host and activist who attends a fictional Ivy League college where the racial divide runs deeper than many students and the administration care to admit. Sam sees this divide clearly and isn’t afraid to talk about it.
If “quirky best friend” and “neighbor” were once the best opportunities available for actors of color, “Dear White People,” an adaptation of Justin Simien’s 2014 film, is a sort of hallmark of an era made possible by the Olivia Popes and Cookie Lyons of television.

If a character challenges me, then I am like a bull: Manoj Bajpayee

Manoj Bajpayee says different roles pose different kinds of challenges; adds that he is lucky to have worked with directors who have given him creative freedom.

With powerful and offbeat roles in films such as Aligarh (2015) and Gangs of Wasseypur (2012), Manoj Bajpayee has showcased a gamut of emotions on screen. Ask the actor if he only likes taking up roles that are different and complex, and he says, “If the character says try me, or if it really challenges me then I am like a bull. When Aligarh was offered to me, it actually scared me. Not because I had to play a homosexual role, but because of the kind of performance it demanded.

If an actor doesn’t know how to give characterisation, he will never be able to give different kind of performances. Various roles pose different kind of challenge on the actor.”

Most actors rely on the director’s sensibilities for the projection of a character. Manoj, however, prefers to bring in his own interpretation to the table. “I bring in my own interpretation, but with the approval of the director. Be it a Ram Gopal Varma, Anurag Kashyap or Hansal Mehta, each one of them has given me loads of space. They never interfered. I’ve been lucky. They have so much respect that they give me a free hand to interpret and discuss with them,” says the actor.

I enjoy photoshoots if they aren’t random or aimless: Katrina Kaif

Actor Katrina Kaif, who is famous celebrity photographer Mario Testino’s latest muse, says she has been “following his work” for years.

Be it A-list stars, musicians, supermodels or other artists, he has captured a plethora of celebrities – over the years – through his lens. Now, Katrina Kaif has become famous celebrity photographer Mario Testino’s latest muse with a much-talked-about photo shoot. “It was really nice [shooting with Mario]. During my growing up years and especially, since I started out as a model, I’ve admired Mario’s works. He has an eye for detail and shoots women in a certain way,” says the actor.

The Bang Bang (2014) actor feels “anyone who follows the fashion or photography industry” knows that he is a legend in his field. I have been seeing his work for years, which, I feel, is unique. After a certain point, photography on that level can start to have a similar feel. But I think, you can always tell an image that he has clicked. There is some sort of an edge to it,” she says.

Does she enjoy photo shoots? “I do as long as they have a specific intention and aren’t random or aimless. Before going in, I need to know what kind of image we are trying to create. If you have clarity, enthusiasm and a nice theme, it can be a lot of fun,” she says, adding that it makes for a “much more enjoyable shoot” when one bonds well with a photographer.

Baahubali 2 box office collection day 8: SS Rajamouli film collects Rs 925 crore

Baahubali 2 box office collection day 8: Prabhas and Rana Daggubati film collected Rs 745 crore in the domestic market and Rs 180 crore in the overseas market.

SS Rajamouli’s film Baahubali 2 is on a record breaking spree and continues to surprise those who thought movies are dying. The film has collected Rs 925 crore worldwide. Baahubali 2 collected Rs 745 crore in the domestic market and Rs 180 crore in the overseas market. Trade tracker Ramesh Bala tweeted the figures, ” #Baahubali2 8 Days WW BO (Estimates) #India :Nett – ₹ 587 Crs Gross – ₹ 745 Crs Overseas : Gross – ₹ 180 Crs Total – ₹ 925 Crs.”

Ranbir & Sushant In A Towel To Aamir Going Full On Nude! Times When Our Bollywood Men Dared To Bare On Screen

Internet is buzzing with Katrina Kaif’s towel clad picture by Mario Testino. What most people don’t know is that Sushant Singh Rajput was also clicked by the ace photographer for his much talked about ‘Towel Series’.

Sushant can be seen holding sexy expressions on his face and a crisp white towel in his hand in the picture. For obvious reasons, this photo reminds us of John Abraham’s butt act from Dostana because Sushant has also attempted a similar act in the picture.

Bollywood has seen many hot bodied men flaunting their sexy bods in towels and trunks in the past. So here’s a package for the eyes of all the gorgeous females who want some respite from seeing dull acts put up by Bollywood stars. We bring to you a string of clicks of Bollywood men who were bold enough to leave us gasping for breaths in some of the hottest clicks.

Bollywood Celebrities Arrive for Late Vinod Khanna’s Prayer Meet

The once-upon-a-time heartthrob of Bollywood Vinod Khanna breathed his last on April 27, 2017, as he succumbed to cancer. The late actor’s family organised a prayer meeting at Nehru Centre in Mumbai on the evening of May 3.

Bollywood celebrities arrived in numbers for the condolence meeting, many who had especially missed his funeral ceremony. From among those who were spotted at the venue include celebrities like Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Hrithik and Rakesh Roshan, Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan, Sridevi, Arjun Rampal, Sonu Sood, Arbaaz Khan, Athiya Shetty, Shakti and Shivangi Kapoor, Abbas Mustan, Javed Akhtar, Farhan Akhtar, Malaika Arora, Ashutosh Gowarikar among others.

Vinod was one of the most sought after film stars in the 1970s and 1980s. The actor is survived by his wife, Kavita Khanna, and four children – Rahul, Akshaye, Sakshi, and Shraddha. Rahul and Akshaye, both actors, were from his first wife, Geetanjali.

Varun Dhawan’s girlfriend flies down to London to ring in his birthday

NEW DELHI: Varun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal have always kept their relationship under wraps. The duo are childhood buddies and have been spotted together at various occasions. The couple was papped at Shahid Kapoor’s pre-birthday bash where they were seen walking hand-in-hand.

Varun is currently busy shooting for ‘Judwaa 2’ in London which is being helmed by his director dad David Dhawan. The ‘Badlapur’ actor celebrated his 30 the birthday on the sets of the much-awaited movie. People thought his lady love missed the celebration but that’s not the truth. Natasha made sure that he makes Varun’s day more special by paying him a visit. She also attended the family dinner

So can we assume that Varun-Natasha have family approval?

Earlier, in an interview, Varun confessed that he has a special woman in his life. “The day I settle down, I will announce it to the world. I am proud of the special woman in my life and the world should know about her. I don’t want to be in news for dating someone,” he said.

Well, Varun’s fans are eagerly waiting for sequel of ‘Judwaa’ which also has Anupam Kher, Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu.