Aati kya Khandala News
Salman Khan beats Shah Rukh Khan and becomes the best actor-turned-singer – View poll results!
With Main Tera Hero breaking the internet, Sallu Bhai sweeps all votes…
It was indeed a tough battle, this one with so many of our talented leading heroes competing for the coveted title of most popular singer! We had Salman Khan’s latest love anthem competing with Shah Rukh’s evergreen classic, Apun Bola from Josh. Click here to read more
Rani Mukerji birthday special: Salman, Shahrukh, Aamir, Saif…which Khan looks hot with her?
On her 34th birthday, we take a look at the versatile actor’s films with the four Khans of B-town
Birthday girl Rani Mukerji is one of the few actors in B-town to have worked with all four superstar Khans of the industry – Aamir Khan, Salman Khan, Shahrukh Khan and Saif Ali Khan. Rani’s cousin Kajol and actor Kareena Kapoor are probably the only other Bollywood heroines to have had this ‘privilege’. Undoubtedly, all four Khans have helped Rani hone her acting talent at some point in her career. But that does not take away from her versatility and calibre that shines like a diamond. Her heroes have had good chemistry with her onscreen – probably thanks to Rani’s comfort level with each in real life – and that is why she has some important films of her career with them. Let’s take a look at some of Rani’s films with the Khans, with due respect to her movies with other stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Govinda, Shahid Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan, Kamal Haasan and so on. Click here to read more
Rani Mukerji: What’re you doing, babe?
Even as we wrinkle our snooty noses with disgust at her OTT wiggling in Aiyyaa, we sigh at her class act in Talaash. But what is the one-time queen marquee doing with her life?
Remember how she wowed us even in her tacky clothes and makeup and really regressive dialogue in Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat, and charmed us in Ghulam Click here to read more
Aamir Khan shows off his ‘normal’ side
The actor impresses with his realistic approach in the teasers of his new TV show
Watching telly last night gave us an unexpected treat: the first glimpse of Aamir Khan’s oh-so-secret TV show, called Satyamev Jayate. The actor sat cross-legged in a large chair, a round lap-tray holding a mug of coffee in one commercial and a plate of what looked like paratha in the other, and he spoke in a gently conversational tone as he slurped and chewed, both sounds adding naturalness to the scene. And in familiar Aamir style, he muttered and chatted, obviously to someone just off camera, speaking of the show and the concept without really mentioning either. Click here to read more
BIGG BOSS 5: Last five contestants share a room
The green room is shut and the pink room has to be shared by the final five in the Bigg Boss 5 house
Everyone is sad and gloomy after Salman Khan’s interaction with them. After the grilling session, the housemates say that they would not do anything in the house except participate actively in the tasks. Carrying on in the gloomy mood, Amar Upadhyay and Pooja Misrra are seen bitching about Juhi and her self-centeredness in the pink room. The next day starts with an ever enthusiastic song Crazzy Kiya Re, to which none of the contestants are seen dancing. It turns out to be a lazy morning Amar and Sky are seen preparing breakfast in the kitchen and discussing Symonds. Amar says he would have been excited to see either Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Kapil Dev or Bhajji in the house rather than the Australian cricketer. Soon, Symonds and Pooja Misrra are asked to leave the house since they were not contestants but guests. While Symonds is ready and is waiting for Pooja, Sidharth manages to get time to talk to him. The all rounder advises Sid to play the game sensibly henceforth, act a little mature and live up to all that Salman has advised him to. While Pooja packs her bags, Sunny Leone and Amar tell her that this time she can strut out with her head held high. While the two are seen leaving, Juhi asks Symonds to enact Aati kya Khandala once again and he does it perfectly this time – to which all the contestants are seen applauding. Click here to read more
John Abraham to sing for ‘Shootout at Wadala’ with Pak band Strings
The actor will train for three-four months to croon for Sanjay Gupta’s film
From Amitabh Bachchan to current hero Abhay Deol, almost every Bollywood actor has tried his level best to croon at least one song for his film in his career – and we’re talking about the untrained singers here. Amitabh first gave his voice for the famous song Mere angane mein and later for many more. Similarly, Aamir Khan sang the superhit number Aati kya Khandala in his milestone film Ghulam. Recently Abhay Deol along with Hrithik Roshan and Farhan Akhtar sang in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. Earlier, Salman Khan had also crooned for some of his films. Abhishek Bachchan sang for his hit Bluffmaster and Dum Maaro Dum, while Shahrukh Khan sang Apun bola for his lady love in Josh. And now we have news that Force actor John Abraham is trying to turn singer for his upcoming film. Click here to read more