This week in Bollywood was filled with some heartfelt updates like Jhanvi Kapoor and Akshaye Khanna picking up National Awards honoring their late parents. Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone give us all the “Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani” feels with their first ramp walk and some wedding updates as well.

Check out all the updates:

1Jhanvi Kapoor Picks up National Award for her late Mother, Sridevi

Sridevi took home the Best Actor Award for her film “Mom” at the 65th National Awards. . Jhanvi along with sister, Khushi, and father Boney all arrived to be a part of the mock session of the main event that will be held soon. The family looked emotional and somber, the trio even released a statement to the public thanking the jury for the honor. The lovely Jhanvi Kapoor wore her mother’s sari to pick up the National Award the late Sridevi received for her thriller “Mom.”

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“Today, we, as a family, do not know whether we should celebrate or not,” Boney told Mid-Day. “We don’t know if we should feel elated, laugh with joy, or cry while remembering her. The National Award has come posthumously, but it’s something we cherish while remembering her for the artiste that she was. She was a perfectionist, and that was evident in all the 300-plus films she did. It’s time to celebrate her achievements. Her legacy will always live on.”

2Radhika Apte

Radhika Apte is set to star in a new project where she will be taking on the role of real-life pioneer Noor Inayat Khan. Khan was a British spy in France during World War II, she was the first British Muslim honored as a war heroine and the first female wireless operator. Stana Katic and Sarah Megan Thomas also star in this film as spies. The film is also written and produced by Thomas.

We can’t wait to see Apte’s latest spy drama unfold that is filled with girl power.

3Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor Walk the Ramp Together

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This grand affair promises to be an epic of grand proportions which will release August of this year.

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