Ready to be your Mandakini, SRK tells Farah

New Delhi, July 4 (IANS) Picture King Khan clad in white, drenched under a waterfall! Shah Rukh Khan is ready to do the infamous Mandakini act, but only for his filmmaker friend Farah Khan.

The superstar made the confession on Zee TV's "DID Super Moms" while promoting his film "Chennai Express".

On the show, he was blown away by flexibility and talent of contestants Cecille and Shivangi, who performed a Mallakhamb act which had them executing backward flips on a five-foot wide wooden block.

On hearing Shah Rukh's comments for the contestants, the show's judge Farah, who had choreographed "Jiya jale" for the movie "Dil Se..." reminisced how she had tried to get Shah Rukh to do a few Mallakhamb steps for the song.

"On the shoot day, Shah Rukh vanished from the sets and was nowhere to be seen. I had specially ordered a white lungi and wanted him to be bare chested while shooting the song," she recalled.

To that Shah Rukh came up with a quick rejoinder.

"Don't worry Farah, for your next movie, I promise I will do a Mallakhamb. If you dress me in white for it, I will also be your Mandakini and give you four days to shoot the song as well," said the superstar with a naughty grin.

Mandakini, a former Bollywood actress, had caused a stir with her daring act of bathing under a waterfall, wearing a flimsy white sari in 1985 film "Ram Teri Ganga Maili".

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Ranveer turns shayar

Charming actor Ranveer Singh unleashed his 'shayarana' side on the sets of children's reality show "Indian Idol Junior" to compliment the contestants.

Ranveer and his "Lootera" co-star Sonakshi Sinha were on the set of the show to promote their forthcoming film, when the actor showcased this poetic side.

At his mischievous best, Ranveer joked around with the contestants and pulled everyone's leg. The actor complimented the contestants on their performance in rhymes.

To Anmol, he said: "Anmol, Anmol, Anmol, jama diya tune rock n roll." Later, when Nirvesh's mother got emotional after his performance, Ranveer said: "Auntyji no aansu, the performance was dhaasu."

He left the children and audience asking for more.

"Lootera" releases Friday.

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'Calapor', a keyhole view inside prison: Director

A forthcoming movie titled "Calapor" will give viewers a chance to zoom into what goes behind the bars, says its director Dinesh P. Bhosle.

Recently, mafia don Abu Salem was shot at in the Taloja Central Jail (TCJ) in Navi Mumbai. "Calapor" is said to revolve around a similar incident in a jail. The movie is a modern day setting of a prison and deals with various intricate details of conspiracies in jail.

"My film 'Calapor' will provide a clear view to the audience about the happenings in a jail. It will provide the audience a key-hole view inside prison," Bhosle said in a statement.

Actor Priyanshu Chatterjee will essay the role of a gangster who conspires to kill a sharp-shooter in the jail.

Produced by Prasad Creations, the movie also features Ritupana Sengupta, Raghubir Yadav, Harsh Chhaya, Binny Sharma, P.Subbaraju, Aziz Naseer. It releases Aug 2.