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'Hate Story 2' not ideal film for debut: Surveen Chawla

'Hate Story 2' not ideal film for debut: Surveen Chawla

Mumbai: Surveen Chawla`s first full-fledged Bollywood role in `Hate Story 2` is getting a good response but the actress says she was initially sceptical about doing the film.

Surveen, who did a small appearance in Sajid Khan`s `Himmatwala`, feels newcomers prefer to get launched opposite big names.

"It was not an ideal film to make your debut in the industry. Generally, people opt for big banner and A-listers opposite them to make their first onscreen appearance.

Anupam Kher goes for minor eye surgery

Anupam Kher goes for minor eye surgery

Mumbai: Veteran actor Anupam Kher is going for a minor eye surgery owing to a cyst in his upper eyelid.

The 59-year-old Padma Shri awardee took to Twitter to share the news and jokingly asked for sympathy from his followers.

"On my way for a minor `cyst in the upper eyelid` surgery. Thodi sympathy mil jaye to shayad dard cum Ho jayega. Baki aapki marzi (It would be great to have some sympathy, rest is up to you)," he wrote.--- PTI

'Haider' once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: Shraddha Kapoor

'Haider' once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: Shraddha Kapoor

Mumbai: Actress Shraddha Kapoor feels lucky to be a part of filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj`s upcoming project `Haider` at such an early stage of her career.

`Haider`, an adaptation of `Hamlet` and completes Bhardwaj`s trilogy of William Shakespeare`s tragedies after `Macbeth` and `Othello`, has a stellar star cast of Shahid Kapoor, Tabu, Kay Kay Menon, Irrfan besides the actress.

"I still can`t believe that I am a part of Vishal sir`s `Haider`. It`s such a surreal experience for me. I am lucky that he has given me this opportunity at such an early stage of my career.

Big B shares 'Shamitabh' look, says difficult to preserve

Big B shares 'Shamitabh' look, says difficult to preserve

Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has shared his intense look for his upcoming film `Shamitabh`.

The 71-year-old actor, who will be seen in a rugged look with grey unkept moustaches and beard, said it has become difficult to hide the get-up of a film from paparazzi.

"... That be the pensiveness from `Shamitabh`... It is getting exceedingly difficult to preserve a look for a film or occasion when we have millions of mobile cameras following us and immortalising us... Thank you," Bachchan posted on his blog.

'Kick' theme matches with Salman Khan's personality: Chetan Bhagat

'Kick' theme matches with Salman Khan's personality: Chetan Bhagat

Mumbai: Four of his novels have made it to the big screen but Chetan Bhagat hopes his screenplay writing job on the upcoming Salman Khan starrer `Kick` will help him expand his horizon in Bollywood.

The offer to write the screenplay for `Kick` came from Sajid Nadiadwala, who was one of the producers on the movie adaptation of author`s `Two States`. Nadiadwala turns director with the film.

Another reason that attracted Bhagat to the project was Salman Khan`s name. The actor had a cameo in 2008 movie `Hello`, based on the writer`s `One Night @ the Call Center`.

Writers should script roles for older actors: Kamal Haasan

Kamal Haasan

Mumbai - South superstar Kamal Haasan feels writers usually don`t script roles for older actors but its time they took on the mantle.

"Writers do not write roles for older people... They always write for younger people so we all try to look young. But times are changing... Amitji (Amitabh Bachchan) is a great example, so I know I have another 15 years," Haasan said at an event here.

Vampires make a comeback on Indian telly with 'Fannah'

Vampires make a comeback on Indian telly with 'Fannah'

Mumbai - Vampires have been a relatively unknown species on Indian television but the makers of `Fannah`, which depicts a love story between a human and an undead, are hoping to change that with their show.

`Fannah` stars TV`s popular faces Karan Kundra, Ritwik Dhanjani and newcomer Chetna Pande. Despite facing criticism from the Indian fans of Hollywood series `The Vampire Diaries` and `Twilight`, the stars don`t see any competition. The show will be aired from July 21.

Tabu, Shraddha to sing Kashmiri folk song in 'Haider'

Tabu, Shraddha to sing Kashmiri folk song in 'Haider'

Mumbai: Bollywood actresses Tabu and Shraddha Kapoor will be singing a traditional Kashmiri song in their upcoming film `Haider`.

Both Tabu and Shraddha, who will be seen playing crucial roles in Vishal Bhardwaj`s next, will be crooning a song `Roshe valle`.

"Tabu and Shraddha will be singing an old Kashmiri folk song. It is titled `Roshe valle`," sources close to the development said.

Shraddha had earlier sung `Galliyan...` in her last release `Ek Villain`. Reportedly, both Tabu and Shraddha are going to perform live at the music launch of `Haider`, which will be held soon.

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