On Sunday, Amitabh Bachchan took to Twitter to announce that the filming for his upcoming film Jhund had been wrapped up. He shared a photo of himself coming out of the airport with the caption, “striding out of the end of another .. last shots tonight for JHUND.”Jhund is Marathi director Nagraj Manjule’s Hindi debut. Nagraj has earlier directed the critically acclaimed Fandry and the hugely successful Sairat.Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor-starrer Saaho might have been slammed by critics for being a colossal waste of time and money, but the audience seems to have loved the film. On Sunday, the third day of its release, the film earned Rs 29.48 crore. Saaho successfully raked in Rs 79.08 crores over the 3-day weekend.Taran Adarsh shared numbers on Twitter, he wrote, “#Saaho sets the BO on ... Shows big gains on Day 3... Packs a phenomenal total in its opening weekend... North and East India are exceptional, other circuits fantastic too... Fri 24.40 cr, Sat 25.20 cr, Sun 29.48 cr. Total: ₹ 79.08 cr Nett BOC. India biz. #Hindi version.”On 1 September, actor Kevin Hart met with a car accident in Los Angeles. According the California Highway Patrol, Hart has suffered from various injuries. The 40-year-old standup comedian and actor was in a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, with a driver driving him around.Around midnight, when the car was on Mulholland Highway, the car fell into an embankment as the driver lost control of the vehicle. He has reportedly injured his back. However, the California Highway Patrol has not specified on the exact nature of Hart’s injuries.Read more on The Quint.Directed by Todd Phillips, Joker received glowing reviews after it was screened recently at the Venice Film Festival. Joaquin Phoenix was lauded for his spectacular performance. Joker recounts the transformation of the loner Arthur Fleck to the criminal mastermind. The film hits the theatres on 4 October.Take a look at what the critics have to say:“Joaquin Phoenix provides a comic-book hero for the left behind with Joker, a brilliantly insurrectionist origins story that landed like a firecracker in the midst of this year’s Venice film festival. Playing the role of Cain to the sunny Abel of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Todd Phillips’s blockbuster charts the formative years of Batman’s nemesis, rewinding to his time as a failed standup in grubby Gotham City, when he was lonesome and lost and out of joint with the world. Audaciously, it’s a film that invites us to love the monster.”Xan Brooks, The GuardianRead more on The QuintAnil Kapoor took us all down memory lane by sharing a photo from his maiden film as a mainstream hero, Woh 7 Din, and said that it was a life-changing film for him.“From 1977 to 1983 I had been working... Struggling to get that one defining chance that would change everything and Woh 7 Din was that chance! A life changing moment and role!” he captioned the picture. We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.