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Bipasha loves being 'crusader of horror' in Bollywood

Bipasha loves being 'crusader of horror' in Bollywood

Mumbai: Bipasha Basu, who has acted in several films in the horror/ super-natural genre, says she is happy being `crusader of horror films` in Bollywood.

Bipasha has acted in `Aatma`, `Raaz, `Darna Zaroori Hai`, `Rakht`, and will next be seen in Vikram Bhatt`s `Creature`.

"I am a greedy actor. I want to do good... Meaty roles irrespective of the genre. I am happy filmmakers think of me when it comes to horror films. Also my roles in such films have been different and strong. I am happy being the crusader of horror films," Bipasha said.

Mouni Roy dedicates 'Jhalak' performance to father

Mouni Roy dedicates 'Jhalak' performance to father

Mumbai: TV actress Mouni Roy has dedicated her upcoming act on `Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 7` to her father, whom she lost last year.

Mouni, who is teamed with choreographer Punit, turned everyone emotional on the set with her performance on `Jee Le Zara`.

"My last conversation with my father was an argument we`d had. When I came to know of his hospitalisation, I`d lost him within seven hours. I still regret the last conversation with him," Mouni said in a statement.

'Haider' and 'Bang Bang' are both very different films: Shahid Kapoor

'Haider' and 'Bang Bang' are both very different films: Shahid Kapoor

Mumbai: Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor, whose upcoming film `Haider` is set to clash with superstar Hrithik Roshan`s `Bang Bang` on October 2, feels that both the films can sustain together because they cater to different audiences.

Rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh talks about his new reality show

Rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh talks about his new reality show

Mumbai: Rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh, who will play the role of a mentor on TV reality show `India`s Raw Star`, says had he got such a platform during the initial years of his career, it would not have taken him 10 years to establish himself.

The new reality singing show aims to find India`s best rock star from 10 contestants, who have been personally hand-picked by the rapper after rounds of digital auditions.

Could have done 'Mary Kom' even for free, says Priyanka

Could have done 'Mary Kom' even for free, says Priyanka

Mumbai: Actress Priyanka Chopra says she approaches every film like it is her `Mughal-e-Azam` and she would have done `Mary Kom` for free.

The actress will essay the life story of Olympic medal- winning boxer in the film, produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

"Each film I do is like a `Mughal-e-Azam` for me. For me every film of mine is special... So as of now this film `Mary Kom` is `Mughal-E-Azam` to me. I can`t speak about my own performance, it`s for others to decide," Priyanka told reporters here last night when asked if her performance in the film was better than `Barfi!`.

'Mary Kom' is close to reality: Omung Kumar

'Mary Kom' is close to reality: Omung Kumar

Mumbai: Director Omung Kumar, who is looking forward to the release of `Mary Kom`, says he has tried to keep the story real despite taking creative liberty to depict the boxing champion`s life story on celluloid.

Priyanka Chopra plays the role of the Olympic boxer M C Mary Kom.

Don't want to make an offbeat film: Rohit Shetty

Don't want to make an offbeat film: Rohit Shetty

Mumbai: Director Rohit Shetty, known for making commercial `masala entertainer` films, says he does not want to make a serious offbeat film as he is happy making people laugh. `The `Golmaal` series director said he is no mood to experiment.

"No director wants to make a flop film. Also, it is not necessary that all commercial will do well. I should feel like doing something different from within, as of now, I don`t like making an offbeat film. I am happy making people laugh," Rohit said in an interview here.

Abhay Deol not part of 'Bombay Samurai'

Abhay Deol not part of 'Bombay Samurai'

Mumbai: Actor Abhay Deol has clarified that he will not star in Dev Benegal`s next `Bombay Samurai, contrary to reports. The 38-year-old actor`s name was attached to the project, which also stars Farhan Akhtar, Kareena Kapoor, Nawazuddin Siddiqui among others.

"So many reports about me doing `Bombay Samurai`. Not true! Love Dev Benegal`s work though. My best wishes to him and all involved," Abhay posted on Twitter.

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