New Delhi, Nov 4 (IANS) Bollywood star Abhishek Bachchan loves Mumbai monsoon, but wishes the city also has a winter like Delhi.
'I love Delhi winters. Wish we had a winter in Mumbai. We just have two seasons... summer and monsoon,' Abhishek posted on Twitter.
The actor experienced a foggy morning in the capital before leaving for Shimla Thursday to inaugurate a 108-foot-high idol of Hindu god Hanuman. The statue has been erected at the famous Jakhu Temple.
Abhishek is also rejoicing completing a year of being on micro-blogging site Twitter.
'Just realised that today I complete a year on Twitter! Never thought I'd do it and definitely didn't think that you would tolerate me. Thank you all for the company, honesty, support and most of all love. Here's looking forward to the next year,' he added.
No mood to party: Rhea Kapoor
Tinsel town is abuzz with Diwali celebrations, but 'Aisha' producer Rhea Kapoor says she is in no mood to party.
'Nowadays I am never in a mood to party, all I want to do is curl up with my iPod or laptop and watch shows or documentaries. Oh age,' tweeted the 23-year-old.
Rhea feels age is catching up on her and that her idea of partying is changing accordingly.
'My idea of a rollicking good time is a bottle of pinot, great conversation and good music,' she added.
Nevertheless, she is trying to get into the Diwali mode with some card parties.
'Aah well, going to throw on an (outfit by) Anamika Khanna, some kajal and play some cards at my friends' Diwali party. Sonam Kapoor is fully decked.'
Minissha visits Ajmer Sharif
Actress Minissha Lamba, who was last seen in 'Well Done Abba', seems to be praying a lot these days possibly in the hope of some good Bollywood projects.
The actress went to Ajmer Sharif shrine Thursday.
'It's been a week of divinity. On my way to Ajmer Sharif... it's my very first visit. Will pray for all who need peace in their hearts,' Minissha posted on Twitter.
She had also gone to visit the Golden Temple in Amritsar Monday.
'Had such an blissful darshan at the Golden Temple today! Truly a golden experience,' she added.