Aishwarya looking forward to 'Dhoom 3'

Mumbai, Nov 1 (IANS) Actress Aishwarya Rai, who sported a grunge look and perfect figure in the hit action-thriller "Dhoom 2", praised the promo of "Dhoom 3" saying it is looking "fabulous" and that she is looking forward to the release of the film.

" 'Dhoom 3' promo is looking fabulous. It's a franchise that all of us have enjoyed. It looks like it's going to be fun and I am definitely looking forward to 'Dhoom 3'," the actress told reporters here.

Aishwarya was paired with Hrithik Roshan in "Dhoom 2" while "Dhoom 3" features Aamir Khan, Abhishek Bachchan, Katrina Kaif among others.

When asked about her comeback plans, she said: "Films are not made overnight. The fate of the film is decided in two to three hours but filmmaking takes time. I am looking forward, but things takes take time and for that, I would apologise to my fans."

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Akshay Kumar 'Boss' to release in Iraq!

Akshay Kumar-starrer "Boss" is set to hit the screens in Iraq and and if the things go according to the plan, it will open in the theatres there Nov 28.

"Boss" was distributed internationally by Krian Media, which released it on over 400 screens overseas. The movie was also the first Bollywood film to release in Panama, said a statement.

Produced by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, Cape Of Good Films and Ashwin Varde Productions and directed by Anthony D'Souza, the action comedy also features Aditi Rao Hydari.

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Sonam in search of quirky name for clothing line

Actress Sonam Kapoor, considered to be one of the most stylish actresses in tinsel town, is venturing into clothing line with her sister Rhea and is in search of a unique name for her new venture.

After the grand announcement of her upcoming clothing line recently, the 28-year-old now wants a very spunky and quirky name for her clothing line, a statement said.

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