Arjun wants to live Big B's life

New Delhi, Nov 22 (IANS) Actor Arjun Rampal wants to live the life of Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan for a day.

Arjun, 39, revealed his wish during UTV Stars' "Live My Life 2", which allows the biggest fan to live the life of their favourite star for a day.

He said if he had the opportunity to live someone's life for an entire day, it had to be Amitabh. Previously, Hrithik Roshan had also expressed the same desire on the show.

The episode featuring Arjun will be aired Nov 25.

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Sonam wants to act in 'Wuthering Heights' movie

Actress Sonam Kapoor says she would love to work in the movie adaptation of Emily Bronte's classic novel "Wuthering Heights".

The actress, whose film "Aisha" was also an adaptation of Jane Austen's 1815 novel "Emma", says she wants to play role of Catherine in the movie.

"I already did 'Emma'. Another book I like is 'Wuthering Heights' and I love Catherine and I think that is a great character to play," Sonam told IANS.

The actress is currently busy shooting for Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag" and Anand L. Rai's "Raanjhana".

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Saqib visited Gurudwara to learn Punjabi culture

Model−turned−actor Saqib Saleem visited Gurudwara to learn about Punjabi culture and language and prepare for his role in the new film "Mere Dad Ki Maruti".

The 24−year−old plays the role of Raj, a Chandigarh boy in debutant director Ashima Chibber's new film movie, produced by Y−Films, a youth wing of Yash Raj Films.

"I started hanging out with my north Indian friends again and I started going to a Gurudwara in Andheri, Mumbai, so I could sense a little Chandigarh in me. So there was this guy, who had a shop outside Gurudwara...he used to sell lockets and kadas (religious bangles)," Saqib, who hails from Delhi but lives in Mumbai, told IANS.

"I interacted with him for 10 days and tried to imbibe his body language. It wasn't difficult because I belong to north," he added.

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