Trending OTT News Today: Anjali Arora says Karanvir Bohra wanted a fake love angle in Lock Upp, Bridgerton Season 2 trailer out and more

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Anjali Arora, Karanvir Bohra, Ghazal Alagh, Vidya Balan, Shefali Shah, Ashay Kumar and others are among the top newsmakers of today from OTT. If you have had a busy day and want to know what happened in the world of entertainment, you are at the right place. Anjali Arora says Karanvir Bohra wanted a fake love angle in Lock Upp, Bridgerton Season 2 trailer out, Shark Tank India judge Ghazal Alagh welcomes second child, Akshay Kumar opens up on the delay of his OTT debut The End and other such stories are a part of our trending OTT news. So read on to know more about our OTT newsmakers of the day.
Anjali Arora says Karanvir Bohra wanted a fake love angle in Lock Upp
Anjali Arora made some shocking claims. She said that aranvir Bohra wanted a fake love angle in Lock Upp.
Read the full story here: Anjali Arora says Karanvir Bohra wanted a fake love angle in Lock Upp
Bridgerton Season 2 trailer out

The makers of Bridgerton Season 2 dropped its trailer. The trailer shows the love triangle between Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) and sisters Edwina (Charithra Chandran) and Kate Sharma (Simone Ashley).
Shark Tank India judge Ghazal Alagh welcomes second child
Shark Tank India judge Ghazal Alagh has become a mom for a second time. She called the boy ‘baby shark’. Isn’t that really cute?
Read the full story here: Shark Tank India judge Ghazal Alagh welcomes second child
Jalsa director calls himself greedy know why
Vidya Balan and Shefali Shah starrer Jalsa has got people intrigued with its trailer. Now, director Suresh Triveni has called himself greedy. He said that he likes making films because he gets an opportunity to work with brilliant actors. He said that he wanted to work with Vidya again after Tumhari Sulu. He added, “The second was after I watched Delhi Crime, and of course, I’ve been following Shefali’s work for some time. I was just too greedy and then I thought, this idea came that, what if I bring these two together?”
Akshay Kumar opens up on the delay of his OTT debut The End
In a media interaction, Akshay Kumar opened up on his OTT debut The End. He said that they were going to start this year but were not satisfied with the screenplay. “Amazon was not satisfied, so we are still working on it and if everything goes well, we should start by next year’s beginning,” said the actor.
(With IANS inputs)