Blog Posts by Sayoni Sinha

  • Who's Salman's surprise visitor?


    Aamir Khan dropped into Mehboob studios where Salman was shooting for Dabangg 2

    The Dabangg 2 team which was shooting in Mehboob Studios, Bandra had a very special visitor on the sets. Our insider sources tell us that visiting our Chulbul Pandey(in his uniform avator) was none other than superstar and good friend Aamir Khan.

    The actor who was shooting in the neighborhood and when he saw Salman’s vanity van nearby decided to drop in on the sets for a quick chat with him. The duo was seen sharing quite a few jokes, reliving their Andaz Apna Apna days. A source close to the team said, “When Aamir sir heard that Salman bhai was shooting in the neighborhood, he made it a point to come and visit him after wrapping up his shoot. Salman Bhai was very happy with this kind gesture of Aamir and both of them chatted for quite a long time. Bhai even showed him a little footage of what we had shot that day.”

    Kareena’s Dabangg look

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  • ‘American television has the best writers’

    Says Karan Johar as he tells us why he chose to endorse Star World’s Packed To The Rafters’

    Karan Johar's repertoire as a director of 'family' films, endorsing Packed To The Rafters was the right choice. The film maker is seen promoting the soon-to-be launched show and says that he 'Connected with each character in some level.'“The channel found a connect with my repertoire and approached me to endorse the show,” opens Karan as he sits down to chat with us. “Packed to the Rafters is the story of the Rafter family who stick together despite all obstacles they face," says Karan as he quickly summerises the plot and says why “it has tremendous connect with the Indian ethos.” In a quick chat with Yahoo!, the director tells us why he chose to endorse the show.

    Excerpts from the interview:

    What prompted you to take up Packed To The Rafters?

    “There is a tremendous connect the show has with the Indian audience because of the ethos it has because I found it very familiar to the family

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  • ‘I never watch my films'


    Says Rani Mukerji as she talks about 'Talaash', her choice of films and why romance always works in India

    As we are ushered into Rani Mukerji's tastefully done up office, we are strictly told that Rani won't be available for photo shoot. Few minutes later we find out why. Sitting with a freshly scrubbed face with minimal makeup, the actress looked relaxed and very much at peace (Is a certain Chopra responsible for it?). Her last release Aaiyaa may have got mixed response but Rani is nonchalant about it. Ask her if she is disheartened and Rani is quick to retort, "It can't bother me because as actors, we are meant to do projects and not meant to forecast whether it will work or not." Her latest release Talaash is a suspense-drama with Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor. Rani is one of the very few actresses who never had any qualms about working in a multi-starrer. "Multi starrers are infact lot of fun as it like a picnic with s many stars working together," she says. In a candid chat, Rani

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  • 'This film took me back by 15 years'

    Prabhu Deva grooves to ABCDWatch the exclusive trailer of Prabhu Deva's 'Any Body Can Dance'. Video


    The ace choreographer-turned-director Prabhu Deva talks about his film ‘Anybody Can Dance’


    “This film took me back by 15 years when I was more young and energetic. They dance much better than I do,” says the ace choreographer come director Prabhu Deva about the young crop of dancers in his film ‘Anybody Can Dance’. Directed by choreographer-turned-director Remo D'Souza, this film has him in the lead role along with dance-based reality show winners like Dharmesh Yelande, Vrushali Chavan and Salman Yusuff Khan. After donning the hats of a dancer, choreographer and the director of blockbuster films like Wanted and Rowdy Rathore, Prabhu Deva is for this 3D musical. Ask him if 3D is going to make a difference to the film, he shrugs and says, “This is something new for me and I enjoyed it.”

    Talking about his last directorial hit, Prabhu Deva modestly says, “I try to make films which will

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  • World’s smallest woman in Bigg Boss 6


    Jyoti Amge and ‘Chandrakanta’ actor Santosh Shukla are the
    latest entry to the Bigg Boss house

    Aashka and Niruha are soon going to get new inmates. After Imam’s abrupt departure, the two have been awaiting new members and tomorrow they will have new roommates in the house.

    Jyoti Amge (19) is shorter than the average two-year-old child and only weighs only 5 kgs. She has a form of dwarfism called achondroplasia and can’t grow any taller than her current height. Last seen in Sahara One's Chandrakanta, Santosh Shukla is expected to enter the house tomorrow. This is not the first time; Shukla has been approached for the reality show. He was approached last season after his alleged tiff with his ‘Chandrakanta’ co-actor Raja Chaudhary.

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