Wednesday, May 12, 2010

I would love to play Sonia Gandhi - Katrina

Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif says she is personally "inspired" by Congress.
President Sonia Gandhi and would "jump at an opportunity" if offered to play her in a film.
"I think what she (Sonia) has achieved is incredible. It is a great inspiration," said the actress.
"I would jump at such an opportunity," said Katrina when asked whether.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Mani Ratnam: The choice of attendance!

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has to be released flick with hubby Abhishek Bachchan and southern newbie Vikram, directed by Mani Ratnam, ‘Raavan’ which is a trilingual film, has reportedly been taken off the rolls of the IIFA Awards function.
These Awards, to be held in Colombo Sri Lanka from 3rd to 5th June, has faced the wrath

Sexy Lara goes down memory lane!

It’s been a decade since the sexy Lara Dutta won the prestigious beauty title that shot her to universal stardom. And guess what, her family and friends recently threw her a surprise two-day bash to commemorate the anniversary. Her loved.
Ones flew in from all around the world to be a part of the well-planned surprise. And Lara was

Rohit Bal drapes Deepika Padukone for Cannes

Fashion designer Rohit Bal has got a new lease of life post his illness. Now, he doesn’t want to let his earlier lifestyle take a further toll on his health.
In his first interview after his illness, Rohit says, “I’m completely off alcohol. I cannot take any more risk. I have had a lot of fun.
In my life and I still think I will continue having an equal amount of fun but I need to control certain

Cute Sonam Kapoor refuses to share screen with Deepika Padukone

seems Bollywood newcomer Sonam Kapoor is following Katrina Kaif’s footstep who is being really choosy in selecting her roles for films. Recently, Sonam Kapoor rejected a film opposite Ranbir Kapoor that also starred Deepika Padukone in the crucial role.
Earlier Katrina had also refused to act in film maker Anurag Basu’s upcoming film Khamoshi that featured Ranbir and Priyanka in the lead role.The film offered to Sonam

Ranbir Kapoor, Lovely Katrina Kaif talk politics at IIM Bangalore

Ever since he lost the opportunity to be a part of Raj Kumar Hirani's 3 Idiots, Ranbir Kapoor has been looking for.
A reason to visit the Indian Institute Of Management in Bangalore where the film was shot.
Ranbir has been telling friends, he didn't mind missing out on the movie. But he did mind not being able to visit the IIM campus in Bangalore.
The opportunity to do so fell into Ranbir's lap. He visited IIM Bangalore on May 10 for a meet with students.
On the subject of Youth & Politics. And Ranbir took no chances. He had been preparing hard for the big day in Bangalore.
The topic of discussion was, 'Should graduation be a compulsory qualification for entering politics?'
Katrina and Ranbir argued against it, that graduation need not be compulsory.
While Katrina Kaif who accompanied him to the IIM preferred the casual extempore approach, Ranbir wanted to get.
All the statistics on the subject so that he didn't end up looking silly and ill-informed in the academic atmosphere.
Director Prakash Jha who accompanied Katrina and Ranbir is very impressed by Ranbir's homework. "In fact he has been working the hardest to promote our film Raajneeti. "While the rest of the cast has missed a couple of events, Ranbir has made sure he is there for everything. In fact, when one or the other of our team is missing, Ranbir grumbles about why he's the only constant."

Cute Genelia waiting for Mr. Perfect

Genelia D'souza is clear about her preferences when it comes to selecting life partner. The actress has listed out her expectations on 'her man' and here we present it to you: "Well cut, uncrumpled clothes and clean fingernails score high brownie points. And a good dancer may just salsa into my heart," says the cutie, who is currently working on a Tamil project.
No tight tees. No fancy baggy jeans.

I love to stroll on a beach - Hot Amrita

Bollywood hottie Amrita Rao as she shares her cool summer mantras to beat the heat.
The best way to beat the sweltering Mumbai heat is to take off to some place cooler.
Shooting in this heat is anyway near impossible as the heat tends to not.
Only melt away your make-up, but interests, too. But if I’m not shooting and do not have.
The option of taking off to Manali