Deepika Padukone wants to romance only Saif Ali Khan
The Cocktail actor says her co-star of three films, Saif ali Khan is still perfect for love stories
After working in movies like Love Aaj Kal and Aarakshan, actor Deepika Padukone has once again teamed with Saif Ali Khan in Cocktail. She feels the 41-year-old is one actor who fits romantic roles perfectly even after so many years in the film industry. Click here to read more
Shruti Haasan dines with Imran Khan and Manmohan Singh!
After Dhanush, it was Shruti Haasan’s turn to spend some time with the Prime Minister of India, Manmohan Singh. Was she elated?
Tollywood star Shruti Haasan is on cloud nine because she was a special invitee at a dinner hosted by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for his Mauritian counterpart, at the Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Tuesday. The elder daughter of Kamal Haasan was the only female actor from the whole of the country along with Imran Khan (her co-star from Luck) from B-town to be invited as a special guest for this high profile occasion. Click here to read more
Zee Cine Awards 2012 poses some tough questions!
Movies in 2011 took Bollywood to another level. And at the ZCA 2012, the world’s biggest viewer’s choice awards, the best of the lot must be chosen. As the industry prepares to face the verdict, where do you think we are headed?
With the nominations rolling in, the Zee Cine Awards 2012 promises to keep you on the edge of your seat. Some of the most popular movies of 2011 – RA.One, Don 2, The Dirty Picture, Bodyguard, Rockstar and Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara – have made it to the nomination list for Best Movie of the Year. While ZNMD is the most nominated movie of the year, who do you think will actually walk away with the cake? Sounds like a difficult decision to us. Likewise, nominations for the categories of Best Actor, Best Director and Best Song also present pretty tough choices. The world’s biggest viewer’s choice awards is all set to trigger off the biggest dilemmas. Click here to read more
Can Saif Ali Khan do a funny-zombie act?
The makers of Shor in the City are planning a zom-com with Kareena’s beau and hope to make it a horror flick that has everyone in giggles
They hit it big with Shor in the City and now Krishna DK and Raj Nidimoru are working on Go, Goa, Gone, with Kunal Khemu in the lead. Old news. Everyone knows that one is happening. And the film will be a zom-com, a laugh-riot with zombies as the main stars, a la Scream. Ho-hum. Been there, heard that. And then someone told us something that made us giggle even more. Click here to read more