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  • | January 24th, 2013

    Zila Ghaziabad song Ghaziabad ki rani: Vivek Oberoi and Geeta Basra go rustic in the Munni badnaam hui inspired number!

    Zila Ghaziabad song Ghaziabad ki rani: Vivek Oberoi and Geeta Basra go rustic in the Munni badnaam hui inspired number!

    This song from Anand Kumar’s upcoming action flick reminds us eerily of the hit item number from Dabangg
    The latest song Ghaziabad ki rani from the Vivek Oberoi and Sanjay Dutt-starrer Zila Ghaziabad is out, and from what we saw, we were quite disappointed. The track sung by Mika Click here to read more

  • | January 11th, 2012

    Bipasha Basu annoyed over her ‘leaked’ birthday video

    Bipasha Basu annoyed over her ‘leaked’ birthday video

    Dancing around in a skin-coloured gown at her birthday party with Bollywood hotties Milind Soman, Abhay Deol, Aftab Shivdasani and Sikander Kher, Players actor Bipasha Basu is now miffed over the leaked video from the bash
    “Just because we are actors doesn’t mean we are not entitled to our privacy! These troublemakers should just get more productive with their time!” tweeted an angry Bipasha Basu, when she found out that the video shot on her 33rd birthday had been leaked online. The hot bombshell is seen letting her hair down and going crazy in the video while her male friends are shaking a leg with her. “I’m still in shock that my privacy has been invaded! These were private moments from my birthday that were leaked and I am very upset,” added the sultry actor. Click here to read more

  • | August 18th, 2011

    Celebrate the chartbusting magic of Gulzar’s evocative lyrics

    Celebrate the chartbusting magic of Gulzar’s evocative lyrics

    At a recent event, when asked if he was succumbing to the culture of writing populist songs, poet-lyricist Gulzar insisted that though his songs may be popular, the quality of his poetry remains top-notch
    He quoted the example of the popular ‘Kallu maama’ from Ramgopal Varma’s Satya, saying that if someone bothered to dig deeper, the lyrics delve into the psyche of the gangster and, if and when he sings, it would be odd if he spouted pure Urdu instead of colloquial street-speak. This is what fans love best about Gulzar – the ease with which he adapts to the subject and comes up with lyrics that transcend words to become poetry and yet manage to be simple, with delightful metaphors. Click here to read more