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Leaked: Kareena Kapoor Khan and Karan Johar dancing at Manish Malhotra’s niece’s sangeet!
Check out B-Towners having fun at Riddhima Malhotra’s sangeet ceremony…
Manish Malhotra’s niece Riddhi Malhotra’s sangeet ceremony was the high point of this weekend with Bollywood biggies poring in to bless the couple. We happened to get our hands on a video from this star-studded event, where Manish is seen dancing along with Karan Johar and Kareena Kapoor Khan on the hit Mika song Mauja hi mauja.Click here to read more
Shahid Kapoor believes in Mauja hi mauja from morning till evening!
Well, we are talking about Sasha’s popular track from Imtiaz Ali’s Jab We Met
A superbly talented dancer and a versatile actor, chocolate boy Shahid Kapoor’s career took off at a young age. His dance numbers won him high accolades from his female populace and critics alike. And even today, when Click here to read more
Kareena Kapoor or Priyanka Chopra: Who will rock at the IPL 5 opening ceremony?
The two rival leading ladies have been roped in to surge the hot-o-meter at the first night shindig of 20:20 cricket tournament
At first superstar Salman Khan and the sexy Priyanka Chopra were the only two B-towners who were to add sizzle to the opening ceremony of Indian Premier League tournament, 2012. Now we hear the curvaceous Heroine Kareena Kapoor will also be shaking her booty at the opening night shindig. So now we have the Chammak Challo and Desi Girl who will perform on a medley of songs from their respective films. Click here to read more
Kareena Kapoor: I want to do a ‘good song’ in ‘Dabangg 2’
The actor finds the term ‘item song’ derogatory and prefers to call it a ‘good song’
She has grooved to chartbusters like Chammak challo, Chhaliya, It’s rocking and Mauja hi mauja – but actor Kareena Kapoor says she finds the term “item song” derogatory. She has also clarified that she is yet to accept a song in Salman Khan’s Dabangg 2. “I hate that word item song,” Kareena said in an emphatic tone at the India Today Conclave 2012 Friday. “It’s become a trend among directors and producers…’Chalo ek item number daal dete hain (Let’s put in an item number)’. I don’t like this word item number. Why can’t it just be called a song?” she said. The 31-year-old says hit dance numbers deserve more respect, just the way yesteryears dancer Helen used to command through her songs. Click here to read more