Bodyguard movie News
Salman Khan has a new co-star for Mental: Daisy Shah!
Choreographer Ganesh Acharya’s assistant Daisy Shah has landed a plum role in Sallu’s next to be directed by Sohail Khan
After a series of speculative reports suggesting names like Karishma Kotak and Diana Penty, Daisy Shah has been finally signed on to play Click here to read more
Salman Khan, Shahrukh Khan and Aamir Khan: It’s all about the name
Bollywood filmmakers are so hard up for film names nowadays, they are turning to English to convey what they want to – whether it’s a We Are Family, a Bodyguard, a RA.One or the upcoming Joker.
But what if they had done this 10 or 20 years ago? These hit films could have had a totally different outcome at the box office, and changed the careers of the warring Khans. We take a look… Click here to read more
Chetan Hansraj simply loves being bad!
The actor reveals the reasoning behind his cameos in Bodyguard and Shootout At Wadala, and why television hardly excites him any more
Television actors are usually a driven lot. After all, they have to shoot for long hours, worry about ratings and their roles being chopped every day. Television is a fickle business. But once you speak to Chetan Hansraj, you forget all these preconceptions. He is laidback, chilled out and much more at ease about where his career is headed than others who are currently playing lead roles. Click here to read more
Ghanta Awards 2012 winners: Salman Khan is Worst Actor, ‘RA.One’ is Worst Film
The Ghanta Awards 2012 threw up some surprising winners in the list of the Worst of Bollywood in 2011.
Worst Breakthrough (for the worst new actors/actress): Nargis Fakhri for RockstarClick here to read more
Salman Khan in Dabangg: I will make many holes in your body
The funniest dialogues can seem strange when translated into English
When it comes to one-liners, Salman Khan has been ruling Bollywood for the past three years. Even Shahrukh Khan’s “haar ke jeetne waale ko Baazigar kehte hain” (he who wins after losing is called Baazigar) has lost footing to Salman’s recent ones. While his lines in Wanted and Bodyguard make you crack up, they can’t beat his lines in Dabangg. They are hilariously funny in Hindi and even more giggle inducing when you translate them in English. So you may want to think twice before you explain to your firangi dost in literal terms what Salman is trying to say. Here’s what you must avoid: Click here to read more
Salman Khan is back on Twitter!
He has been off the site since he left for his surgery in August
Salman Khan is one of the most popular celebs on micro-blogging site Twitter with more than a million followers. His updates were funny and cheeky even when, like all other celebs, he used it to plug his own and his friends’ films. While it seemed like he had taken a sabbatical from social networking, after he left for his surgery in August, it was not the case. Click here to read more
Are Kareena Kapoor and Arjun Rampal arm-twisting ‘Heroine’ director?
Rumours are that both the lead actors have told Madhur Bhandarkar to incorporate changes in the script. But why? Isn’t the director the captain of the ship?
First we heard that Arjun Rampal asked his director Madhur Bhandarkar to change his supporting actor role in Heroine to the male lead. He didn’t want to be just one of the many male actors signed up for the movie. According to an online report Arjun had long meetings with the producers and directors on this issue. Click here to read more
Will Salman Khan’s face be the same ever again?
The Bodyguard actor is suffering from a facial nerve disorder
Yes, Salman Khan did visit a hospital earlier this month. And no, he is not dying. The Bodyguard actor has admitted in an interview to a daily that he is in terrible pain, as he is suffering from trigeminal neuralgia. Click here to read more