Drug overdose common way to die in showbiz: Siddharth (Movie Snippets)
New Delhi, July 15 (IANS) Southern actor Siddharth is devastated after hearing of the sudden death of Hollywood actor Sylvester Stallone's son Sage and says that it is sad to see the alarming effect of drug overdose in showbiz.
"Sylvester Stallone lost his 36-year-old son to a drug overdose...this is becoming an alarmingly common way for people in showbiz to die...RIP," Siddharth tweeted.
Sage was found dead in his Los Angeles home Friday.
Pooja Bedi praises 'Cocktail'
Actress Pooja Bedi had a fun time watching Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone and Diana Penty in romantic comedy "Cocktail".
She said that she "absolutely loved 'Cocktail', laughed so much!"
Pooja also has good things to say about the cast and tweeted: "Saif, Deepika and Diana have done a wonderful job! So well written! cocktail of emotions."
Poverty in the country saddens Akshay
Bollywood star actor Akshay Kumar has been shocked to hear that a woman in Bihar sold her four-month-old son for Rs.62.40 and says that it is saddening to see such "abject poverty in a resourceful country like India".
"When I saw Rs.62 trending on twitter, I thought it must be either the reduced petrol price or some new scam of Rs.62 crore, but good lord! Shocked to know about a woman who sold her infant for Rs.62," the 42-year-old tweeted.
"I knew life was cheap in India but not this low, shows the sad reality of our country. Such abject poverty in such a resourceful country," he added.
The incident took place Thursday at a local railway station, close to the Nepal border in Bihar's Araria district, where Shannu Khatun sold her kid.
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