Giselle Monteiro News
Katrina Kaif, Ileana D’Cruz, Nargis Fakhri- actresses whose Hindi is weak!
B-Town continues to obsess over actresses with minimal Hindi speaking skills
Hema Malini and Sridevi had to work on their Hindi to reach the numero uno position. The new crop of actresses can’t speak the rashtra bhasha as well as the Queen’s tongue (or at all), but they’ve managed somehow. Here’s looking at Bollywood’s gori mems…. Click here to read more
Sameera Reddy or Prachi Desai: Who carries off a skirt better?
The babes were spotted shunning the conventional route when it came to creating a statement by sporting cool skirts
So while Ms Desai chose to wear a pretty maxi skirt, the Tezz chick Sameera Reddy opted for a skirt with a high-low hemline. And although we love the pieces the beauties decided to don, we think Sameera is a step ahead here. Click here to read more
Happy birthday, Giselle Monteiro!
It’s the Love Aaj Kal babe Harleen Kaur’s birthday today and we wish her many many happy returns day
Brazilian chick Giselle Monteiro won hearts with her ethereal beauty right in her first film, Imtiaz Ali’s Love Aaj Kal. Moving on, the actor played one of the leads in a youth-oriented flick Always Kabhi Kabhi directed by Roshan Abbas. Quite a flower child, this sexy babe has been travelling since the age of 17 and has almost roamed half the world. The actor has been working on her Hindi, taking diction classes for quite some time now. She has appeared in several TV commercials and has been the brand ambassador for Wills Lifestyle. She has also been seen a part of Westside’s (a popular garment chain) ad campaign recently. The actor, despite being a foreigner, has surprised everyone by establishing herself in this highly competitive industry. We wish her best of luck for all her future endeavours! Click here to read more
Lisa joins Katrina Kaif, Zarine Khan and Giselle Monteiro
Wondering how? Well, the Rascals actor has a problem speaking in Hindi
Apparently these days it isn’t essential for actors to know how to speak and read Hindi to make a mark in Bollywood, Katrina Kaif being the prime example. Lisa Haydon had a small role in the Sonam Kapoor-starrer Aisha and now she will be seen heating things up in the Sanjay Dutt-Ajay Devgn-starrer Rascals. Click here to read more
Is Kareena Kapoor the new B-town role model? Or does Zoa find inspiration in SRK instead?
Newcomer Zoa Morani, who makes her debut with Always Kabhi Kabhi, has double trouble to deal with – on the one hand the rising pressure to pass the acid test of the cinema-goers and, on the other, father Karim Morani’s crisis
She remains tight-lipped about her personal life, but the nervousness and excitement that’s churning inside her as her movie gets set to release doesn’t go unnoticed as she talks about things happening with her, always and kabhi kabhi… Click here to read more
Shahrukh said do what you want: Roshan Abbas
A candid conversation with filmmaker Roshan Abbas, who will soon release his first feature Always Kabhi Kabhi
Radio jock, theatre actor, TV anchor, emcee, event manager and writer are some of the roles this 40-something has played. He is Roshan Abbas. The well-known personality is now all set to release his first directorial project – Always Kabhi Kabhi Click here to read more
Rana’s language woes
Dum Maro Dum star Rana Daggubati talks about the tough time he had talking in Hindi
Rana is not the first newbie in Bollywood who has major difficulty talking in our national language: Hindi. A lot of the recent freshers are trying to make it big here by improving their command over the language, including Arunoday Singh, Giselle Monteiro and Nargis Fakhri. Click here to read more
SRK’s thumbs up to ‘Love Aaj Kal’ girl
SRK once again comes to Roshan Abbas’ rescue to fix casting problems
Despite a miniscule presence in Imtiaz Ali’s Love Aaj Kal, Brazilian actress Giselle Monteiro made an impression with her coy act. Among the million people who watched her simper, she left a considerable impact on none other than the King Khan himself. Click here to read more