Guinness World Record News
After Priyanka Chopra and Akshay Kumar, Vivek Oberoi attempts to set a Guinness World Record!
The Grand Masti actor is supporting a social cause which promotes blood donation
Besides concentrating on films, Vivek Oberoi has also been very focused about his charitable work. However, the Yuva actor this time has gone a step forward and vowed to collect one lakh unit of blood for donation in eight hours. While the task is not easy, Vivek is all set to take up the challenge. Click here to read more
Akshay Kumar’s Boss stuck in Customs trouble
Akshay Kumar was to unveil the largest poster of Boss at the Andheri Sports Complex yesterday. The event was cancelled last minute after the poster which was shipped to Mumbai from UK was held at the Nhava Sheva port after it failed to obtain clearance from the Customs Department.
Akshay Kumar will unveil the largest poster in the world at the Andheri Sports Complex this afternoon. The special poster was created by Akshay’s fans for his upcoming film Boss. Before this poster was created, Michael Jackson’s This Is It held the Guinness World Records for being the largest poster in the world.
The Boss actor recently broke the record of the late pop star. Read on to find out…
As they say records are made to be broken, it looks like Akshay Kumar has taken this saying very seriously. You must be wondering what are we talking about, right? Click here to read more
Jagdish Raj passes away
The veteran Bollywood actor, known for playing a police officer in countless films, died to respiratory illness on July 28
Actor Jagdish Raj, most famous in Bollywood for playing cop roles, passed away yesterday due to respiratory arrest. He was 85. He is survived by daughter Anita Raj, also a Bollywood actor. Click here to read more
Roopkumar and Sonali Rathod to sing ‘Jana Gana Mana’ for Guinness World Record
Singers Roopkumar Rathod and Sonali Rathod are all set to make this Republic Day special. The duo aim at creating a Guinness World Record for maximum number of people singing a national anthem. “Singing Jana Gana Mana to set a world record is a befitting and rousing way to commemorate one hundred years of the national anthem, and Sonali and I are delighted and humbled that we will be part of the record-setting attempt. It will be our small tribute to the great composition of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore,” Roopkumar says.
And Prashant Damle, Kailash and Aarti Surendranath, Tushar Gandhi (Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson) along with several leaders, public figures and residents of Aurangabad will sing along with the Rathods at the Divisional Sports Complex, Garkheda at Aurangabad. Must say, we’re touched.Click here to read more