Dharam – Bollywood hottie at 75
Yesteryears star Dharmendra turned 75 on Wednesday and novelist Shobhaa De says he is still as hot as ever. “Happy birthday to the hottest man in Bollywood! Garam Dharam turns 75 today. They don't make them hotter than that! Dreamgirl's dream man rocks,” De posted on her Twitter page.
Dharmendra, who featured in numerous action blockbusters in his five decade-long movie career, will soon be seen on the screen with his sons Sunny and Bobby in ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana’.
Ajay not worried about 'Toonpur Ka...' clash with 'Tees Maar...'
Farah Khan’s big budget masala movie ‘Tees Maar Khan’ is releasing with Ajay Devgn's animation flick ‘Toonpur Ka Superhero’, but the actor is not nervous and says it is a well made movie and he is confident about its box office prospects.
"So many films are being made, so you hardly get a solo week. Also every film is different, so there is no point comparing the two. The genre of our film is very different from ‘Tees Maar Khan'," Ajay told reporters here at the music launch of ‘Toonpur Ka Superhero’.
Titans of Marathi cinema
Sachin Pilgaonkar and Mahesh Kothare are two prolific commercially successful producers-directors-actors in the history of Marathi cinema. Yes its true, Sachin Pilgaonkar and Mahesh Kothare, the very best on Marathi celluloid and the two thespian talents will for the first time feature together in a film, ‘Ideachi Kalpana’, produced and directed by Sachin and presented by Everest Entertainment Pvt Ltd.
‘We love you Sheila!’ Delhi boys hail Katrina
Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif might have expected a thunderous welcome at a mall here Tuesday afternoon, but much to her surprise, she was greeted with “We love you Sheila,” shout by young Delhi boys, leaving her a little embarrassed.
Katrina has become a rage ever since her sexy dance number ‘Sheila ki jawaani’ from ‘Tees Maar Khan’ has hit the screens.
Aron Ralston praises A. R. Rahman
American mountain climber Aron Ralston, whose life is the subject of Danny Boyle's new movie ‘127 Hours’, has complimented Indian composer A.R. Rahman for his music in the movie. Rahman has received a hand-written note from Ralston, which reads: “For A.R, Thank you for bringing your amazing music to my story - if only I had your soundtrack in the canyon, I could've lasted another 127 hours. Best Wishes, A.R. (Aron Ralston).”
Ralston came to the limelight in 2003 when, while canyoneering in Utah, he was forced to amputate his lower right arm to free himself after his arm became trapped by a boulder. Boyle's film traces his journey and struggle.