Janmashtami 2013 special: Shahrukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Bipasha Basu: Why do celebs visit Dahi Handis – for moolah or masti?
We hear that the deal to get the Agneepath actor to celebrate Gokulashtami this year may not work out, as the festival organisers can’t really afford the honey-eyed actor’s humongous demands. Which made us wonder whether Hrithik’s fellow B-towners too prefer to cash in on auspicious occasions like this one…
Inviting celebrities to Janmashtami celebrations every year to cheer on the enthusiastic govindas is customary. And if there is a favourite available, then everything possible will be done to rope that star in to be part of the event. And, of course, there is almost always a payment involved. Apna B-town superstars are known to cash in on these opportunities to make their presence felt and Click here to read more
Amita ka Amit: Why is Amit jealous of Siddhant?
Amita and Siddhant will be Radha and Krishna in the Janmashtami special episode of Amita ka Amit
Be it any festival, tellyland knows how to celebrate it with zest and fervor. On the occasion of Janmashtami, where almost every television show is going to give its viewers high level of entertainment then how could Amita Ka Amit be left behind. Click here to read more
Salman Khan, Aditya Roy Kapur, Amrita Rao: Who is best prepared for Janmashtami?
The whole of India is celebrating Gokulashtami. We take a look at the B-town celebs who sported various colours that are symbolic of the festival
Lord Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu is depicted in idols as blue or black and is dressed in hues of golden and yellow with a bright red, blue or green cloth tied across his waist. We went through the recent appearances of our B-town celebs to see who looks fit to celebrate Lord Krishna’s birth… Here’s a list! Click here to read more
Janmashtami style: B-town goes blue, green and black
Blue, green and black are colours we associate with Lord Krishna. Every Janmashtami, these colours resurface in our minds and our wardrobes
And Bollywood movies add their touch – so many films have celebrated the festival with fanfare and, when we go back to those amazing dahi-handi songs in praise of Krishna, it’s truly a delightful blast from the ever-present past. B-town may be highly controversial and known for its incorrigible behaviour, but imagining a single day without entertainment seems so hard to digest. As we associate Gokulashtami with celebration, gratitude and respect, here’s a small homage we pay to Bollywood by picking some Bollywood style divas and showing how they don the colours of Krishna… Click here to read more