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Have you heard? Tara, Aadar break up

Updated on: 04 January,2023 08:58 AM IST  |  Mumbai
The Hitlist Team |

Buzz around B-Town is that Tara Sutaria and Aadar Jain have called it quits. While no reason has been given for the break-up, some claim that the duo, who had been dating for about four years, have parted ways on an amicable note. This news comes as a surprise as they had been spending special occasions with each other’s families.

Have you heard? Tara, Aadar break up

Tara Sutaria and Aadar Jain

Tara, Aadar break up


Buzz around B-Town is that Tara Sutaria and Aadar Jain have called it quits. While no reason has been given for the break-up, some claim that the duo, who had been dating for about four years, have parted ways on an amicable note. This news comes as a surprise as they had been spending special occasions with each other’s families. Interestingly, Tara, who accompanied Aadar for the Kapoor family’s traditional Christmas lunch in 2020 and 2021, didn’t join him last year. Tara and Aadar met at a party in 2018 and it was only in August 2019 that first reports of them being a couple emerged. A year later, on his birthday on August 5, she made the relationship official on social media. Now, they are said to be just good friends. 


Comeback on OTT


Comeback on OTT

About four years after The Zoya Factor (2019), Sonam K Ahuja will be back on screen this year. However, Blind, her upcoming offering will release on OTT. Due to the uncertainty at the box office, producer Sujoy Ghosh, who is making The Devotion of Suspect X for Netflix, contemplated selling the rights to the international streaming giant. Since they weren’t pleased with the financials, they went back to Zee5, despite having refused the Indian conglomerate’s offer earlier. Hmmm. 

Lots in a name

Lots in a name

Gurmeet Choudhary and Debina Bonnerjee, who rang in 2023 in Goa, have arrived at the name of their second daughter. Sharing a picture on social media, Debina wrote, “Our magical baby is named as Divisha, which means Chief of all Goddess/Goddess Durga (sic).” Incidentally, they welcomed both their daughters last year. While the first, Lianna, was born in April, Divisha, arrived before she was due, in November. Post her birth, Gurmeet and Debina had shared the news, welcoming the baby girl “sooner than due”. 

Sought by the south

Sought by the south

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Underwater shoot next

Underwater shoot next

After the Saudi Arabian schedule last November, director Rajkumar Hirani’s Dunki will now resume next month. Lead actor Shah Rukh Khan is busy with the promotions of his upcoming release, Pathaan. Hirani is expected to resume filming in February, after SRK is through with his action thriller this month. Interestingly, Raju and SRK will shoot some underwater sequences, which will form a key portion of the narrative that revolves around illegal immigration. The superstar is also expected to undergo prep before he films the underwater scenes. While the sequence takes place in a foreign location in Dunki, the director and actor 
will shoot it in a specially-built set at a Mumbai studio.

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