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Showing posts with label bollywood. Show all posts
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Thursday, September 1, 2011


The festival of our lord Ganesha is back and Shraddha Kapoor the leading actress of "LUV KA THE END" and "TEEN PATTI", is as excited as ever. Source's have it that her family always bring Ganesha to their home and Shraddha, ever since she can remember she was overjoyed to have Ganpati Bappa home.

"It's been a ritual, I've grown up worshipping Ganesha every year of my entire life & am blessed to celebrate the festival in my very own home. It is important to keep our culture and timeless beliefs in mind," says this young Bollywood starlet.

She shows a lot of maturity as she goes on to talk about tradition going hand in hand with protecting the environment. In recent years our society has started understanding that this beautiful festival is not the problem, the really issue in hand is the POP idols immersions and the plastic bags with flowers which have been damaging our mother earth for so many years so thus came the introduction of the Eco friendly Green Ganesha.

Monday, August 29, 2011


Famous Director Madhur Bhandarkar is all set for a special cameo in a film that is not his direction! He will be seen in Sagar Ballary's upcoming new comedy film "HUM TUM SHABANA" starring Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade and Minissha Lamba!

What's interesting is that Madhur Bhandarkar will be seen acting as well as walking the ramp as part of the grand finale of a beauty pageant in the film!

Says Producer Sunil Chainani of Horseshoe Pictures, "It's the grand finale of Glamarama Beauty Pageant organized by Tusshar and Shreyas who play rival event managers in the film. Madhur plays a celebrated film director who is the special Chief Guest of the evening. He walks the ramp as well along with Minissha and Pia in the film!"

Sources say that he also loved the story of the roller coaster comedy and hence agreed to do the special cameo role.

Slated to be an out and out masala entertainer, HUM TUM SHABANA is directed by BHEJA FRY's Sagar Ballary and produced by Horseshoe Pictures and Alliance Entertainment Ltd, with a release set for 23rd September 2011.

Well, looks like this is one film worth watching out for!

Saturday, August 27, 2011


Bollywood most hottest and sexiest actress, Kareena Kapoor, the face of Lakme Absolute, launched the product at an exclusive event at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2011. The product is Lakmé’s high-performance, long wear make-up range, which lasts up to 16 hours. On the occasion, were present Farida Kaliyadan, General Manager, Lakmé and Lakmé Make-up Expert Cory Walia.

At the launch, Kareena Kapoor, Face of Lakmé Absolute said, “I’m very proud to be associated with a brand that introduced the concept of make-up to the Indian woman and I’m excited to be undertaking this new journey with them. I’ve been using the products for a while now and Lakmé ABSOLUTE keeps my skin radiant and makes me look beautiful the whole day without the need of any touch-ups. Its long wear and high-performance products are just what I need.”

While speaking about the look and new products she says, “The look that Cory Walia showcased on me is something I would wear to a night do or for a brunch in the day. One of my favorite products is ABSOLUTE Lip Last with its precision brush and I’m totally hooked on to the Plump and Shine gloss for the range of sensational colors it offers, there is something for every occasion. As a face make-up the Two-Way compact is an extremely convenient product that doubles up as a powder and foundation and has sun filters, which protects my skin from the sun. I completely love the ABSOLUTE Mattreal mousse for daily wear as it’s extremely light and renders a natural glow to my skin while the ABSOLUTE Kohl Ultimate is perfect for the dramatic eyes like what you saw me wear during Kurbaan.”

Friday, August 26, 2011


When Ranveer Singh made his debut with ‘Band Baaja Baaraat’, the gossip columns were abuzz for long about his romantic linkup with Anushkha Sharma. But now, since Ranveer has allegedly broken up with Anushka, it seems he has found a new shoulder to lean on and the beautiful shoulder belongs to none other than gorgeous Sonakshi Sinha.

Sonakshi has been very vocal in voicing her admiration for Ranveer. First she said on a TV chat show that she finds Ranveer hot and then she got a chance to share the stage with Ranveer at the IIFA Toronto in June (pic above). After the show the two have kept in constant touch. They were recently spotted holding hands at Pali Hill, Bandra, and this sparked the rumors that something is cooking between the two. However, the two deny any romantic linkup. Ranveer was quoted saying that he and Sonakshi have been interacting for “professional” reasons.

Thursday, August 25, 2011


Anna Hazare’s fast at Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi has taken the nation by rage ans sure enough, Bollywood, too, could not remained untouched by the nostalgia. As the Gandhian leader enters the sixth day of his fast on Sunday, he got more support from Bollywood stars as actors Celina Jaitely and Shreyas Talpade came to the Azad Maidan here.

Before this, A.R. Rahman, Shabana Azmi, Shekhar Kapur, Bipasha Basu, Sushmita Sen and Shahid Kapoor have already offered their support in Anna’s fight against corruption. Anupam Kher and Farah Khan even flew down to the capital to participate in the protest.

“Today is a wonderful morning sreyas, deepti talpade (Shreyas’s wife) and myself are on our way to Azaad Maidan to show our support to Anna hazaarey Jai Hind!” Celine posted on micro-blogging site Twitter Sunday. “Feel enriched/motivated after attending Anna Hazare’s anti corruption gathering @ azad maidan with sreyas & deepti..long live democracy,” she further posted.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011


Fox Star Studios' latest sci-fi extravaganza "RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES" has captured the fancy of audiences across India with its stunning visual effects!

Released in early August in English, Hindi, Tamil & Telugu, the James Franco- Freida Pinto starrer has grossed an outstanding Rs.11.6 crore in just over two weeks of release.

The film is also enjoying a successful run at PVR Cinemas across India, having collected Rs.1.6 crore despite releasing one week later in the multiplex chain.

Touted as one of the most entertaining films of the franchise, the film is also a hit with the Hindi speaking audiences across India with collections from the Hindi screens almost matching those from the English screens. "RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES" has in fact grossed far more than all the other releases that opened along with it.

Talking about the success of the film, Vijay Singh, CEO, Fox Star Studios India says, "We are elated with the continuing enthusiastic response to the film from centers across India. Despite the delayed release the collections from the PVR cinemas are very encouraging - 4 of the PVR properties feature among the top 10 performing properties for the film! Given the positive word of mouth, we are confident of increasing the figures in the weeks to come."

Directed by Rupert Wyatt, "RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES" is the 7th in the Apes saga and has gathered a lot of Oscar buzz in Hollywood, for its spectacular special effects by Oscar winning agency Weta Digital, and Andy Serkis' performance capture as 'Caesar' the ape for the film.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011


TODAY, Akshay Kumar completes 20 years in the world of films as a leading man. It was way back on 23rd August 1991 that Akshay's first film as a solo hero, DANCER, had released. With an eventful journey that has lasted through its highs and lows, Akshay is one of the only five surviving superstars other than Aamir Khan, Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan and Ajay Devgan who have completed 20 years in Bollywood.

When asked whether he had any plans to throw a bash to celebrate his 20 years stint in the industry, Akshay says, "The fact that I am still here is a celebration every day. I think I will definitely toast to my 20 years but I won't be screaming and shouting about it."

One wonders why he is being different when in B-town, celebrities are often known for finding an excuse to make much hue and cry about their smallest of achievements. Akshay smiles it all away though and says, "My peers have taught me that 20 years survival is something to be happy about but it is 40 years stint when you should be really proud of yourself."

Continuing in the humble tone, he adds, "I am still a beginner in the eyes of my idols like Mr. Bachchan. When other actors would want to work with me with similar passion that I have carried when it comes to working with Mr. Bachchan, only then would I think that perhaps I am worthy enough in this industry."

Well, here is looking forward to many more decades for you Akki!

Saturday, August 20, 2011


Bollywood superstar, Shahrukh Khan has expressed his support for the anti-corruption movement by veteran social activist Anna Hazare, saying that it has helped bring the issue into focus.

Replying to a question on the campaign that has gripped India since the beginning of this week Khan, at a news conference said, 'I think the cause is fantastic and it has been brought to the forefront.'

"The implementation, the parliamentarian aspects, the constitutional rules and laws needs to be given a serious thought," he added.

Self-styled Gandhian Hazare has been on a hunger strike since Tuesday, protesting the government's 'weak' draft of the anti-graft Lokpal Bill and spent three nights jail before being bending the government to permit him take his fast public.

The movement, which Hazare calls India's second fight of Independence, has amassed thousands of supporters and put immense pressure on the government which has been severely flogged for its ham-handed handling of the issue.

Friday, August 19, 2011


The Pakistani actress, Meera who is less known for her no-so-great performances in forgettable ‘Nazar’ and ‘Kasak’ and known more for her public tantrums. The actress is best known for her claim a few months ago that Mahesh Bhatt had physically abused her and was even possessive about her.

She went further to hold Bhatt responsible for driving her away from Bollywood. However, it seems that our tinsel town failed to tap her talents well and her performances are earning high appreciation in our neighbour Pakistan.

The actress has been conferred the ‘Sitara-i-Imitaz’, the third highest civilian honor in Pakistan. We wonder what Mahesh Bhatt has to say on this!!

Thursday, August 18, 2011


Well-known action director Allan Amin was the one to introduce Bollywood with the concept of stylized action and special effects. He all started with MISSION KASHMIR followed with QAYAMAT: CITY UNDER THREAT, DHOOM series, DUS, CHOCOLATE: DEEP DARK SECRETS and many more. However his upcoming action film "FORCE" starring John Abraham doesn't consist of the stylized action, which is in vogue.

Allan says FORCE is much different from his other films as the action here is much real, 'The action in FORCE is all real. We haven't made use of cables or any equipment or special effects for that matter. Moreover John has good caliber who did all the stunts by himself. What with lifting a bike or jumping off from a great height he did it all without the help of cables or airbags. And must say he performed it quite naturally.'

Certainly whatever Allan does he does it with much elan and elegance but what about the audiences who are used to watching stylized action these days and under such circumstances how FORCE action will appeal to the masses? To which he answers, "No it's completely stylized in its own way but without losing its originality. When you'll watch the film you'll come to know."

Ask him if it became a time consuming process to have real action and he says, "Though time consuming but it was fun shooting it naturally."

He may have designed best of the action sequences for the various films he did in his career but finds FORCE as his most challenging action film till date. "Yes FORCE has been the most challenging film in my career as it was all done without using any cables or any other aid," says Allan.

Allan further talks about the most difficult and the best action sequence in FORCE. "The most difficult was the one where John goes running behind several buses lined up and jumps from one bus to another as it was to be shot without the use of cables. While the best one was the bike sequence where John lifts the heavy bike and throws it. Actually I just asked John to lift it halfway but he decisively lifted the whole bike. Even the introduction scene of FORCE is one to watch out for."

Allan and John's bonding dates back to the time when John was about to make his mark in the industry. Says Allan, "I know John from long time. We have worked together for the films like KAAL, DHOOM, etc. We share a good rapport. There is a sort of good understanding and comfort level between us."

Ask him about the return of action genre or the genre gaining its lost glory and the prudent action master says, "It's just a phase of life where everything comes and goes back."

Allan becomes diplomatic when it comes to selecting his favourite action hero in Bollywood. "Everybody is good. I enjoy working with all of them," says Allan on a parting note.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011


Remember Pradeep Rawat, who played a dreadful villain "Ghajini" in Aamir Khan's blockbuster GHAJINI, named after the villain's name, is back to send a shiver down your spine, with his villainous act in upcoming film "SHABRI" directed by Lalit Marathe. Pradeep plays a crucial villain called Rajdharbhau in the film.

However, unlike GHAJINI where he made the protagonists of the film cry it seems Pradeep Rawat, who plays a cruel baddie in the film SHABRI, will be seen shedding some tears. As it so happened that while shooting for a scene he got so inspired that he refused to make use of glycerin and instead shed real tears for it.

The entire unit spontaneously stood up and clapped at the end of the shot. The moment is captured on camera during the making of the film.

Produced by Ram Gopal Varma SHABRI stars Isha Koppikar in the lead and all set to hit the screens on 26th August 2011.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011


The first trailer of David Dhawan's upcoming film "RASCALS" is out. If the first trailer is any indication of things, RASCALS offers much fun and masala in a true David Dhawan andaaz.

The out-an-out comedy stars powerhouse performers like Sanjay Dutt, Ajay Devgan, Arjun Rampal and Kangana Ranaut. Sanjay and Ajay, who have their unique respective style of entertaining, will tickle the funny bones with their great comic timing in RASCALS. It seems Arjun Rampal plays a baddie in the film. The best part is when Sanjay and Ajay blow their own trumpets by using their respective films (ONCE UPON A TIME IN MUMBAAI and VAASTAV) as examples.

Another high point is the leading lady of the film - Kangana Ranaut for whom the two RASCALS vie for. The National award winning actress goes ultra glam for RASCALS. What with Kangana flaunting her sexy curves in a hot white bikini. This is the first time the dazzling lady dons a bikini for her film.

The film also stars AISHA fame Lisa Haydon.

Here's a sneak peak at the theatrical promo of the film RASCALS.

Monday, August 15, 2011


Veteran actor, Shammi Kapoor, who ruled the late 1950s and 1960s with his unique style and versatile range, passed away on Sunday, 14th August, 2011 at the Breach Candy Hospital here, family sources said.

He was 79. He is survived by his wife Neela Devi, son Aditya Raj and daughter Kanchan Desai.
According to the sources, he was on dialysis for the last few years and was undergoing the procedure at least thrice a week. He was on Saturday admitted to the ICU of the hospital.

The actor, who made his debut in Bollywood in 1953, when the film Jeevan Jyoti was released, carved out a niche for himself with the superhit Junglee in 1961.

His new image took ground and his subsequent films were all in this genre later.

Kapoor, hailed as 'Elvis Presley of India', joined the silver screen at a time when his elder brother Raj Kapoor, Dev Anand and Dilip Kumar were the reigning trio.

Kapoor was suffering from chronic renal failure, family sources said. The funeral will take place on Monday morning, they said.

Born Shamsher Raj Kapoor on October 21, 1931, Kapoor was the second son of veteran theatre and film actor Prithviraj Kapoor.

Despite his family background, Shammi's entry into Bollywood was initially not successful even though he worked with major heroines like Madhubala in Rail ka Dibba, Suraiya in Shama Parwana and Nalini Jaywant in Hum Sab Chor Hai.

His initial movies flopped at the Box Office. He reinvented himself with Tumsa Nahi Dekha cutting his hair in the famous duck-tail style of the 50s and never looked back since then.

With the success of Junglee in 1961, an entire decade reeled under its colourful impact.

Shammi heralded the swinging 60s and a large part of his appeal was primarily due to the immensely catchy and upbeat numbers like Suku Suku, O Haseena Zulfo Wali, Aaj Kal Tere Mere Pyar Ke Charche, Aaja Aaja Main Hoon Pyar Tera where he was at his boisterous best.

Even though success came with light weight tales like Kashmir Ki Kali, Rajkumar, Jaanwar and An Evening in Paris, his performances in flicks like Junglee, Badtameez, Bluff Master, Pagla Kahin Ka, Teesri Manzil, Brahmachari silenced his critics.

Andaz, which released in 1971, was his last movie as a leading man but his character roles in Vidhata, Hero and Prem Rog were well received.

Shammi was a computer aficionado and his last years were veered towards spiritualism.

Sunday, August 14, 2011


Legendary cricketer Wasim Akram's model-turned-actress girlfriend, Humaima Mallick is all set for her Bollywood debut in acclaimed director Shoaib Mansoor's next. The movie features the pretty Humaima Mallick in the lead along with the singing sensation Atif Aslam.

Humaima, who has been in the news for the love life, is all set to showcase her acting talent in B-town. The KHUDA KAY LIYE director has made yet another gripping drama based on societal issues in Pakistan with Humaima as the main lead.

The movie which has already released in Pakistan is a big success and is one of the highest grosser there. News is that critics have appreciated and praised Humaima's acting a lot.

After the influx of actors from the southern film industry, it's time for Bollywood to make way for actors from other industries as well!

Saturday, August 13, 2011


TODAY, Sridevi turns 47 who born on 13th August 1963, is an Indian actress who was a popular actress in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, and Malayalam films. Starting to act at the age of four, she made her debut as an adult in the late 1970s. After going on to establish herself as one of the most successful actresses of the 1980s and early 1990s, she left the industry in 1997 to raise her children. During her career, she has won four Filmfare Awards, two for Hindi films, and one each for Tamil and Telugu films.


Sridevi was born as Shree Amma Yanger to Ayyapan and Rajeswari on 13 August 1963 in Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu. Her father was a lawyer. She has a sister and two step brothers. Sridevi married Boney Kapoor, a film producer and the elder brother of actors Anil Kapoor and Sanjay Kapoor, in 1996. They have two daughters, Jhanvi and Khushi (Krishna). Her mother tongue is Tamil


Sridevi started her career as a child actor in the 1967 Tamil movie Kandan Karunai playing the role of young Muruga, and acted in many Tamil and Telugu movies from then on. During her early teens, she acted in a number of Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Kannada and Malayalam movies as a lead actress.

In 1976, Sridevi got her first big break as heroine in K. Balachander's Moondru Mudichu, where she starred opposite rising stars, Rajinikanth and Kamal Hassan. She then followed with a succession of films with both Haasan and Rajnikanth. With the former, she was in movies such as Guru, Sankarlal, Sigappu Rojakkal, Thaayillamal Naan Illai, Meendum Kokila, Vazhvey Maayam, Varumayin Niram Sigappu, Neela Malargal, Moondram Pirai and 16 Vayathinile and with Rajnikanth, she appeared in movies such as Gayathri, Dharma Yuddham, Priya, Johnny, Ranuva Veeran, Pokkiri Raja, Thanikattu Raja, Adutha Varisu and Naan Adimai Illai.

At the same time, Sridevi started acting in Telugu movies, a number of which were made by K. Raghavendra Rao. With N. T. Rama Rao, she acted in movies such as Konda Veeti Simham, Vetagadu, Sardar Paparayudu and Bobbili Puli. With A. Nageswara Rao, she appeared in movies such as Mudulla Koduku, Premabhishekham, Bangaru Kanku and Premakanuka. With Krishna, she acted in movies such as Kanchu Kagada, Kalavari Samsaram, Krishnavatharam, Burripalem Bolludu, and Khaidi Rudrayya.

Towards the tail end of her Telugu film career, Sridevi started acting in Hindi movies. Many of these initial movies starred Jeetendra and were remakes of her Telugu movies, mostly directed by K. Raghavendra Rao and K. Bappaiah. In 1978, she starred in her first Hindi film, Solva Saawan. In her second movie, Himmatwala, she starred opposite Jeetendra. The film went on to be a blockbuster and established Sridevi as a star in Bollywood. The Jeetendra Sridevi pair also delivered more hits like Tohfa, Mawaali and Justice Chaudhury. In 1983, she starred opposite Kamal Hasan in the drama Sadma, remade from the Tamil hit Moondram Pirai starring the same lead actors. Her performance as an amnesiac patient won her much critical acclaim.

Her performances in the '80s included Justice Chowdhary, Jaani Dost, Mawaali, Maqsad, Tohfa, Karma, Aakhree Raasta, Jaanbaaz, Ghar Sansar, Nagina, Mr India, Suhagan and Aulad. In 1989's Chaalbaaz, she played a double role as twin sisters which won her the first Hindi Filmfare Best Actress Award. The same year, Sridevi also received a nomination for Yash Chopra's Chandni. The songs and dances of the film became a rage while Sridevi's white costumes started a trend called "The Chandni Look" in North India. In 1991, Sridevi played a double role in Chopra's inter-generational romance Lamhe opposite Anil Kapoor. Although the film failed commercially, critics applauded it and Sridevi won the second Filmfare Best Actress Award of her career. In 1992, she starred opposite Amitabh Bachchan in Khuda Gawah, where she had a double role as a pining Afghan wife and her spirited daughter. The Telugu film Kshana Kshanam was released in the same year and brought her a South Filmfare Award and a Nandi Award for Best Actress. The failure of Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja (1993) was a big setback to her career, but she continued to deliver fine performances. Gumrah (1993), Laadla (1994) and Judaai (1997) were some of her notable performances in this period.

Friday, August 12, 2011


Bollywood actress, Shilpa Shetty will be seen in an all new de-glam and bald avatar in her Indo-Chinese venture titled "Desire". She plays a monk in the flick and has to undergo four hours of prosthetic makeup everyday in order to get that bald look.

The movie has Shilpa Shetty and Chinese actor Xia Yu play the lead roles. Anupam Kher, Jayapradha, Vikram Gokhale, and Asif enact other important characters in the movie. Sankar Ehsan Loy and Viswamohan Bhat have composed the music. The movie has been shot in Kerala, Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Andhra Pradesh in India and in various locales in Malayasia. In the past, glamorous Antara Mali had also played a bald monk living in Sikkim in Amol Palekar’s film ‘And Once Again’, but she opted to shave off her tresses completely than going for prosthetic makeup.

Thursday, August 11, 2011


If a KBC 2011 participant answers the thirteenth question right, he or she will carry home a cool Rs.5 crores home. The format of the show has been simplified with a 'Manchaha Padav' option. Participants will be able to pick their own 'padav' defending on their confidence levels. They will be subjected to a time limit to answer their questions till they reach the 'padav'. If they answer the questions correctly, they will be assured of taking away the winnings till that point. There will be no 'padav' or time limit thereon.

According to Sony Entertainment Television (SET) officials, they had received 45 lakh applications from 'aam aadami' from the hinterland of the Nation cutting across all caste, creed, sex, language, and regional barriers and their slogan 'koi insaan chota nahin hota' has had a terrific connect with the people. It is a logical extension of the previous theme 'koi sawal chota nahin hota'.

KBC 2011 begins on 15th August, 2011, in the 8.30-9.30 PM time band. This suits better the audiences in smaller towns and Kasbahs who are generally back home around this time. This also fits in well with the Channel's strategy to expand its viewership base and mass appeal while keeping in tune with the 'aam aadami' theme of the popular game show. The Channel is aiming to get into the top three bracket among all the GECs and hoping that Big B's charisma and the popular appeal of KBC 2011, and the other popular shows in the prime time band will help it garner better TVRs.

Monday, August 8, 2011


PHHIR, a dramatic thriller, is up for release and one can pretty much sense that despite a delay in arrival of his second film (after a successful 1920), leading hero Rajneesh Duggal is sounding very cool instead of being hassled. That's because he has always been of a strong belief that there is time for good things and whatever good or bad that he may have done in life, it would eventually come back to him.

"I have grown up on this belief and at our home we used to have 'Gita Saar' every morning where we were taught this virtue," Rajneesh says, "This is what impressed me about PHHIR as a subject as well since it tells the same tale. The story is based on karma and talks about the same virtues."

So while the film has karma playing a major role in the film, there are also two women-Adah Sharma and Roshni Sharma-who don't just spice the drama but also add on to the intrigue.

"Yes, they surely do," Rajneesh brings on a smile here, "I have two separate romantic tracks with both these women. Since Roshni is playing my wife in the film, there is obviously more romance with her when compared to Adah. On the other hand there is much more drama with Adah around. And then with me having three different looks in the film, it only adds up to it all. In fact one of the characters played by me is so grey that it used to take me 30-60 minutes to come out of it. As an actor it was an amazing experience for me."

PHHIR releases all over on 12th August.

Sunday, August 7, 2011


Kuch kuch hota hai Anjali...tum nahi samjogi! Almost a decade has passed since the KUCH KUCH HOTA HAI or the K2H2 phenomenon, as it was popularly known back then, swept the nation and there are still so many of us who swear by the lyrics and dialogues from the movie.

Karan Johar has decided that it's time to get the nation to swoon to his favorite genre of film making - song and dance, once again. And thus he has announced that his next directorial venture, STUDENT OF THE YEAR is going to hit the floor in just two weeks' time. 'Rahul, Anjali and Tina' had become household names back then with KUCH KUCH HOTA HAI and the cast of "STUDENT OF THE YEAR" - Varun Dhawan (son of David Dhawan), Alia Bhatt (daughter of Mahesh Bhatt) and Siddharth Malhotra shall definitely hope and believe that it is their time in the sun now.

There is a definite buzz about the movie with Karan Johar being quoted to say, "If I am nervous I wonder what the 3 first timers are feeling?"

Now all that we await is to know the result of this question - The "Student of the Year" award goes to...

Saturday, August 6, 2011


There had been rumors for long that Sanjay Dutt and Arshad Warsi would not be a part of the next sequel to the ‘Munnabhai’ series and that Vidhu Vinod Chopra wanted fresh faces for Munnabhai and Circuit in his next edition of RajKumar Hirani’s Munnabhai’s franchise.

The latest addition to this news is the fact that Hirani is considering Aamir Khan and Sharman Joshi to step into these shoes. Hirani was impressed with the chemistry shared by the two in flicks like ‘Ran De Basanti’ and superhit ‘3 Idiots’ and thought that the pair could take the film to a higher and fresher level. When he shared the idea with Aamir, he loved it and said that he would definitely be a part of it provided the script appealed to him.