Sunday, 31 March 2013

Amitabh Bachchan enjoys 'Yamla Pagla Deewana 2' trailer

Amitabh Bachchan enjoys 'Yamla Pagla Deewana 2' trailer

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has liked the trailer of forthcoming comedy " Yamla Pagla Deewana 2", which stars three Deols - Dharmendra and his sons Sunny and Bobby.

Directed by Sangeeth Sivan, the comedy is a sequel to 2011 movie.

" 'Yamla Pagla Deewana 2' looking like a lot of fun. Trailer a riot!! Wishing Dharamji, Sunny and Bobby the best... print ad and banners unique," Big B praised the film in his tweet.

The movie also stars Neha Sharma and is set for release June 7.

Nothing called item; dance can only be sexy or cute: Aditi Rao Hydari

Nothing called item; dance can only be sexy or cute: Aditi Rao Hydari

Every human has a layered personality, feels actor Aditi Rao Hydari and it is this variety that she wants to depict through the characters she plays in her films.

"I don't make any distinction between playing a girl next door or a bold diva. When we do a film, it has nothing to do with your own personality. Our job is to get into the character and portray it honestly on-screen. Even a shy and coy girl gets intimate with a person she falls in love with. But definitely every human has different layers and films allow us to peel those layers in front of our audiences," admits the actor who was seen as a shy girl in Delhi 6 and as Randeep Hooda's bold girlfriend in Murder 3.

Aditi, who is also a trained professional dancer in Indian classical dance forms, was in Jaipur recently for a stage show. Ask her about actresses doing item numbers and if she would want to join the bandwagon too, and she says, "There is no such genre called item number. It's only in your mind or may be someone else's mind. I don't know why it has been categorised as item number. Dance can be either cute or sexy. I see it as a fresh new thing that I want to try out. Maybe it's my training in dance that makes me very positive. And I would love to use my expertise in dance. For me, dance is the most wonderful human expression, and it has been a very integral part of my personality as I started dancing at the age of five," shares Aditi.

Saturday, 30 March 2013

Bobby Deol seeks hair stylist

Bobby Deol seeks hair stylist

Bollywood actor Bobby Deol, who was in the capital city Friday afternoon, looked distracted and proclaimed that he needed a stylist to give him an interesting hairdo. He said he was bored of his hair style.

"I'm kind of bored of my hair. I don't like curly hair. I want straight hair. I keep looking at them all the time. But I have lost all hopes now," Bobby said, adding: "But my mom likes it."

The 46-year-old also insisted that he likes staying fit.

"I am happy with my physique. I like staying fit and fine. I take a healthy diet and work out daily," he said.

Bobby asserted that he would not take part in reality TV shows, ever.

"I think I am a shy person. I am not fit for reality TV shows. Appearing on a TV show as a judge is also out of the question as I am still learning, so I can't judge others. But you never know, I might take part. It's like we start liking things later, which we don't like doing at first," he said.

Shahid concerned about his pet's health

Shahid concerned about his pet's health

Shahid Kapoor, who was in South Africa shooting the songs for 'Phata Poster Nikla Hero', recently got back to Mumbai. And on his return, he was devastated to learn that his pet dog has been keeping very poor health.

The distraught actor was spotted at a suburban veterinary clinic and sources said that his pet was suffering from low blood count and has been put on medication. Shahid has put aside everything for a day or so and is monitoring his pet's health very closely.

I have more women fans than men: Tamannaah

I have more women fans than men: Tamannaah

Tamannaah, 23, did her first film as leading lady at the age of 14. She is a Sindhi girl who is born and brought up in Mumbai and has done 25 films, including her recent film Himmatwala. She has learnt to speak Telugu and Tamil with as much ease as she speaks Hindi. She may have a temple named after her in Tamil Nadu, but she doesn't take stardom seriously as she knows nothing lasts forever. She lives in the moment and prides herself in being a home bird. She talks to Chennai Times about her favourite co-star Suriya, why she has more female fans than men and how the Sajid Khan humour rubbed itself on her. Excerpts:

At the age of 23, you have completed 25 films. You must have started early, right?
I always wanted to become an actress. As a child, I would stand in front of the mirror and get in to my mother's clothes, consume all her makeup and always watch Hindi films. I would dance at my annual days, but got rejected during my acting auditions in school. When I was in class VIII, I got a chance to act as the leading lady in my first Bollywood film Chand Sa Roshan Chehra. Surprisingly,my class IV teacher at Maneckji Cooper had recommended me for this role. My parents saw the potential in me and were extremely supportive. I started shooting when I was 14, but it was fine as I looked mature for my age then. The film was released while I was giving my tenth boards. At 15, I was a part of the Fair & Lovely campaign when I got spotted in the South and started doing films there. While my initial films did not do well, I got noticed with my fourth Telugu film Happy Days.

Were your parents concerned about your being so young when you started?
This is the only profession where your parents can accompany you at any age. My mom always travelled with me and took complete responsibility about my not feeling low or homesick throughout. What I appreciate most about them is that they noticed what I was good at and supported it, even though it took a lot of sacrifice from them to stay away from each other.

In the South, there is this whole obsession with the male actor? Does that bother you?
Only a heroine can do a heroine's job. So, the whole idea that her role is small does not matter. Her value does not come from the fact that she may have four scenes, but from the fact that people want to see her even after the four scenes. Also, being an actress is quite challenging as within the little time she gets in a commercial film, she needs to make a mark.

Do you have friends in the industry?
Dhanush, Illeana and Ram Charan are my good friends. I get along with Ram Charan's family and hang out with them a lot. Illeana and I did our first Tamil film together and I'm proud of her work. I reach out to Dhanush and Illeana if I want advice. Also, Jayam Ravi who I know because of his wife Aarthi, are supportive of me.

Is there a difference between Tamil and Telugu films?
Unlike a Telugu film, that is always entertaining, a Tamil film can also be offbeat and raw as there is an audience for it in addition to commercial cinema. Telugu cinema, in contrast, is always a fairy tale and needs to have a happy ending; otherwise it doesn't work.

What have been your learnings being in the industry?
You have to let go in the sense you can't run after something and get it. You have to let destiny happen to you. It's important to have the himmat to not fear losing. Hard work is cliched and understood and everyone works hard as every thing around us is so competitive. I am very inspired by Kung Fu Panda and feel you have to just believe in yourself. There is no magic. It's all inside you. I never go into my past or future and always live in the present. Life is unpredictable and we are all fragile.

You have not been linked to anyone in your film career. Have you fallen in love with any of your co-stars?
I have not fallen in anything as strong as love. Love is a big term and I would use it carefully. Being attracted is different from being in love. Also, you can't be in love with an actor; you need to be in love with a person. In my earlier films, people who I worked with were much older to me. It's only now that I have started working with people my age.

You did only one film with Suriya. Why have you not worked again with him?
I don't think he repeats his heroines. I have learnt a lot from him and he has always encouraged me. He is respected, is versatile and is seldom repetitive.

Is it true that you have more women fans than men?
Yes, I have more women fans than men and I find it flattering. I understand what can turn a woman off when she walks into a theatre. I think women are comfortable to come and watch my movies, as I have always been a part of clean films and they feel I would not do something on screen which they would feel uncomfortable watching with their families. I have not kissed on screen ever and even when I wear revealing clothes, I ensure it looks aesthetic.

What has been your experience working with Sajid Khan in Himmatwala?
Sajid never saw any work of mine, but he had serious conviction after he met me just for 15 minutes and made up his mind. He has influenced me a lot and my sense of humour has become better because of him. He is sincere, but not serious. He knows his job and will have a lot of fun while working. I have learnt planning from him and he teaches you to come prepared with what you want to do on the set. When he signed the film with me, he told me that he would launch Himmatwala on March 29 and he did. It's never happened to me earlier in my career. That shows his level of planning.

Any Bollywood movies for you after Himmatwala?
I'm doing Ramesh Taurani's film with Akshay Kumar, with which the writers of Himmatwala, Sajid-Farhad, are debuting as directors. South is what gave me what I am today and so, I'm also doing two Telugu and one Tamil film. For me, Hyderabad and Chennai feel like home just as Mumbai.

Friday, 29 March 2013

Amy Jackson off to Kashmir

Amy Jackson off to Kashmir

British beauty Amy Jackson who is acting in Shankar's 'I' also starring Vikram has taken off to Kashmir to beat the Mumbai heat and enjoy the snow. The film stars Vikram and Amy Jackson in the lead roles with Santhanam penciled in for a prominent character.

P C Sriram is taking care of cinematography for I, which will have the music and background scores composed by A R Rahman. During the China schedule, Yuen Woo-ping of Ang Lee's 'Crouching Tiger Hidden Tiger' fame has composed the action scenes for Vikram.

Amy who made her acting debut with the 2010 Tamil period-drama Madrasapattinam was last seen in Vikram starrer Thaandavam and will next be seen in director Shankar's 'I', who has always been known for his extravagance in his films. The pretty actress will for the first time in her career be seen wearing a half-sari in the film.

Vidyut to teach girls self-defense!

Vidyut Jamwal to teach girls self-defense!

The 'Thuppakki' and 'Billa 2' villain Vidyut Jamwal plays an angry young man who protects his girl from local goons in his upcoming Bollywood flick Commando. Vidyut who is trained in various forms of martial arts and comes from an army background actor plans to teach self-defense techniques to college going girls and working professionals so that girls can protect themselves in the event of an adversity.

The actor seems to have come to such a decision irked by our inadequacy to protect women in our society. The handsome hunk has even designed an entire self design module that can help them travel without any fear. These are simple techniques that don't need a full self defense course and it's more like a module that can be learned and implemented. Looks like the action star seems to be in a mood to transfer his reel life image in real life too.

Divya Spandana at it Again

Divya Spandana at it Again

Actress Divya Spandana has lodged a complaint against two leading film photojournalists of Bangalore. The actress said that the duo had uploaded her pictures from her upcoming film Neer Dose(working stills) on social networking sites and internet without taking her permission!

The director and producer had invited the media to the sets of the film, which has Jaggesh and Divya Spandana playing the lead. The actress, we hear, objected to the photojournalists shooting her candid pictures on the sets as she didn't want the stills from the movie to leak online as the shoot wasn't completed.

However, the photojournalists left the shooting sets saying that they were only during their duty as the producer had invited them on the sets. One of the photojournalists uploaded an unedited image of the actress as there were no specific directions from the filmmakers. This irked the actress and she approached the police for infringing upon her privacy.

She lodged a complaint with the Ashok nagara police station. Jaggesh, the lead actor of the film, is now playing peace maker between the actress and the media. She is allegedly upset with her fans as well. The actress, we hear, blocked a fan and tweeted to her saying, ''I had to block you cos you had RT the unauthorised picture. I had no choice cos I had to prevent it from further broadcast.'

National Awards are important: Irrfan Khan

National Awards are important: Irrfan Khan

Irrfan is elated by the National Award for best actor for his performance in "Paan Singh Tomar" (PST), but says the prestigious award has come his way after several disappointments.

Directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia, the film saw Irrfan playing Paan Singh Tomar, a former national steeplechase champion-turned-bandit.

"I thought I should have got it for 'Haasil', which was my first film with Tigmanshu Dhulia. Then I thought I'd get it for Mira Nair's 'The Namesake'. So it has been a fairly lengthy time-span of disappointments," said Irrfan.

Irrfan is happy to share the National Award for the best actor with Vikram Gokhale.

"In fact, actress Usha Jadhav, who won the National Award for best actress, messaged to say how honoured she was to be part of the awards with me. I feel the National Awards are important, as they still have a credibility denied to many of the popular awards. Yes, I feel getting a National Award is prestigious."

More than himself, Irrfan is pleased for his director and for the people who wanted him to get nationally honoured for PST.

"More than myself I am happy for Tigmanshu," said Irrfan who noticed an unusual public participation in the collective desire that he win.

"I was amazed at how passionately people wanted me to get the National Award for 'Paan Singh Tomar'. It was almost like a public campaign. Everyone took it personally. And somewhere when I got the honour, they were relieved more than overjoyed. If I had not won it, I think people would have seen it as another indication of the imminent collapse of the 'system'. In my victory, they feel vindicated," he said.

Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Amala Paul Rare Unseen Photos

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3G (2013) Hindi Movie Stills

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Sunday, 24 March 2013

Karan Johar Opens His Heart

Karan Johar Opens His Heart

Karan Johar is known to wear his heart on his sleeve. But on the recent episode of UTV STARS Yeh Hai Meri Kahani, the director got very nostalgic speaking about his journey in the industry. He loves his work so much that he hopes to continue working till the last day of his life.

Karan’s journey is unlike most others has not been that tragic or difficult. He started as an assistant on the sets of Yash Chopra’s film and debuted as a director with the superhit Kuch Kuch Hota Hai starring Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol in the lead roles! This was followed by yet another blockbuster, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham which had some of the biggest superstars of the industry! Karan also mentioned that whatever he is today is because of Yash Chopra, Aditya Chopra and Shah Rukh Khan.

Karan mentioned that My Name is Khan was the most stressful movie in his career because of the political complications that arose and hoped that he never had to go through that stress ever again. He spoke about his love for movies and said that he’s very happy with the career he’s chosen for himself and wouldn’t have been happier in any other field. Speaking of which, he also said that he wants to continue working till the last day of his life and literally wants to die on the sets of his own film!

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Vijay's Jilla is one big comedy express

Vijay's Jilla is one big comedy express

There are more additions to the cast list of Vijay’s Jilla, directed by Nesan. Nisha Aggarwal, the younger sister of Kajal, will be Mahat’s pair in the film. It must be noted that Mahat plays Vijay’s younger brother in the film and Kajal is Vijay’s pair in the film. It sure is a good casting coup.

More comedians are part of the mix too, in the form of VTV Ganesh, Powerstar, Kovai Sarala in addition to the already present Soori and Thambi Ramaiah.

Jilla sure looks like a healthy entertainer, in the making.

Promotional song in 'Fukrey' fun: Priya Anand

Promotional song in 'Fukrey' fun: Priya Anand

Actress Priya Anand, who will be seen in Farhan Akhtar's production "Fukrey", says she recently shot for a promotional song for the film and is excited about it.

"We recently shot for a promotional video for the film. It's a fun song and we all are really looking forward to the film. It's a very exciting and special song," Priya said.

"Fukrey", a buddy movie which revolves around Delhi-based youngsters, is being co-produced by Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani under their banner Excel Entertainment. Directed by Mrigdeep Singh Lamba, "Fukrey" also features Pulkit Samrat and Richa Chadda.

Priya, who was seen in a key supporting role in "English Vinglish", said "Fukrey" was shot in Delhi.

"The film was shot in Delhi. The term 'Fukrey' is a Delhi slang. A last scene of the film is left, which we will be shooting," said the 26-year-old said.

As of now, Priya is currently busy promoting her film "Rangrezz".

"I had auditioned for the film before the release of 'English Vinglish'. Things has been going great since then. I had a great time shooting for the film," she said.

Monday, 18 March 2013

National Award scares me: Parineeti Chopra

National Award scares me: Parineeti Chopra

After winning a special mention for her performance in "Ishaqzaade" at the announcement of the 60th National Film Awards here, young and vivacious actress Parineeti Chopra says she is scared but motivated to keep giving better shots in the film industry.

"After winning so many debut awards, I never thought I would win for 'Ishaqzaade', but when I did, it was the biggest one in the country! That too for my first lead role," Parineeti said in a statement.

"I just cannot believe it. But this scares and humbles me, and will definitely make me work even harder in the future! Thank you jury," she added.

Parineeti, cousin of National Award-winning actress Priyanka Chopra, made her Bollywood debut with "Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl", in which she played one of three supporting actresses.

"Ishaqzaade" saw her in the lead opposite debutant Arjun Kapoor. She has won the special mention for her convincing delineation of a daredevil girl in a moving drama of love and tragedy.

Sunday, 10 March 2013

Actress Milana Nagaraj Hot Photoshoot

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Sherlyn Chopra calls herself a 'Sex Revolutionary'

Sherlyn Chopra calls herself a 'Sex Revolutionary'

Sherlyn Chopra, who is known for her 'bold girl' image and recently made headlines for being the first Indian woman to pose nude for Playboy magazine, has opened up about her sexuality and her co-relation with the term 'sex goddess'.

Talking about boldness, the model-turned-actress said, "To me, fearlessness is boldness. Being bold is about choosing to live with real integrity which compels an individual to make choices/decisions that lack fear and doubt."

During an interview with a leading daily, she was also asked how she feels about being the first Indian woman to pose nude for Playboy magazine.

She answered the question thus: "It feels exceptionally awesome to have become a history-maker. The Playboy team that I had worked with for five days in a row had treated me as one of their own. Not once did I feel the need to re-consider my decision of going nude before or during the cover shoot. After the photo shoot, some strange mechanism had begun to take over my thought process. In a weird, surreal way, Playboy has played a catalyst in causing an unfathomable shift in my level of consciousness."

Saturday, 9 March 2013

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