Ektaa Kapoor News
Asin and Sanjay Gupta lock horns over ‘Shootout at Wadala’
Sanjay Gupta says Asin is delusional and Asin retorts by saying that Sanjay is weird. Who is speaking the truth?
It looks like the controversies surrounding the casting of Shootout at Wadala just won’t end! The latest one is the blame game going on between Asin and Sanjay Gupta. It all began approximately two weeks ago when a new item about Asin turning down the offer to act in Shootout at Wadala citing date issues was published. After this when makers of the movie were quizzed about the names of the actors they had approached for the movie, Sanjay Gupta said, “Asin was never approached. I think either she or her manager is delusional. She was never in the running for my film. We need a powerhouse performer for the film. So once it was clear that Vidya Balan couldn’t do the film, our only choice was Kangana Ranaut, and not Asin.” The Ready star got furious at Sanjay for his curt comments and came out to the media with a totally contrasting story. “I was approached by Swati Shetty of Balaji Motion Pictures, and it is rather weird that he (Sanjay) wasn’t informed about it. I don’t understand why he should lie of be in denial,” she said to a daily. Click here to read more
Vidya Balan: Hot scenes from ‘The Dirty Picture’ not sleazy
Vidya Balan never stops experimenting with her roles. And the latest is: we see her shedding her goody-girl avatar and playing southern siren Silk Smitha in The Dirty Picture. Excerpts from a chat with the sexy actor
How was it playing Silk Smitha?
I have never enjoyed being a woman more than in The Dirty Picture. It celebrates the woman like a rainbow in all her colours. Some people might have a problem in digesting the character but as a woman I am sure you will like the film. Click here to read more
RGV snubs Karan and Ektaa
Contradiction is the name of Ramgopal Varma’s game. Now he does it with Ektaa Kapoor and Karan Johar!
Ramgopal Varma is the finest example of a man who contradicts himself whenever he opens his mouth. The director, who has always claimed that he stays far far away from the trivial politics and rat races of B-town, has yet again opposed his own statement. Varma recently announced that he’s going to make the biggest and the best gangster film ever and then retire from this genre altogether. Click here to read more