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Kapil Sharma to be a part of Yuvraj Singh's charity event

Kapil Sharma to be a part of Yuvraj Singh's charity event

Mumbai: Stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma is all set to attend cricketer Yuvraj Singh`s cancer charity event in London.

The 32-year-old batsman, who himself is a cancer survivor, will hold a charity auction to raise money for cancer patients.

Sharma, who will be accompanied by his mother, took to Twitter to confirm his presence.

"Tomorrow flying to London for the charity show of my friend Yuvraj Singh`s cancer foundation "youwecan". Feeling proud to be a part of cause," Sharma tweeted.

Rohit Shetty is Manmohan Desai of this generation: Kareena

Kareena Kapoor Khan

Mumbai - Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan says she is a fan of director Rohit Shetty and calls him the "Manmohan Desai of this generation."

Kareena worked with Rohit in hit films like `Golmaal Returns` and `Golmaal 3`. "According to me, Rohit Shetty is Manmohan Desai of this generation. He is fantastic. Which actress will not like to work with him? He has given me two of my career`s biggest hit films and the third one (hinting at `Singham Returns`) is on the way," Kareena said.

'Singham' has become a cult character: Ajay Devgn

Ajay Devgn

Mumbai - Actor Ajay Devgn feels that brand `Singham` can be carried forward for years in Bollywood as it has become a cult character.

"Singham has become a character which can go on and on. Like in Hollywood we had `Rambo` (character). `Singham` can combat at the age of 50 or 60. It becomes lovable whoever plays it. It has become a cult character," Ajay said in an interview here.

The actor, who is back in action mode with `Singham Returns`, the sequel of his blockbuster `Singham`, feels doing action at the age of 45 is not difficult provided proper care is taken.

Homi Adajania shot 'Finding Fanny' in 36 days

Homi Adajania shot 'Finding Fanny' in 36 days

Mumbai: Director Homi Adajania, whose `Finding Fanny` trailer has garnered over a million views in just 22 hours, says he shot the quirky story in just 36 days.

The film stars Deepika Padukone, Arjun Kapoor, Naseeruddin Shah, Dimple Kapadia and Pankaj Kapur. Adajania enjoyed working with a bunch of talented performers in the film, which is set in a sleepy Goan village.

Abbas-Mustan want to make romantic, comedy films

Director duo Abbas-Mustan

Mumbai - Director duo Abbas-Mustan, who are known for making thriller films, now plan to explore the genre of romantic and comedy films. The duo have made films like `Baazigar`, `Ajnabee`, `Aitraaz`, `Race` among others in this genre, which have turned out to be hits.

Like their contemporary filmmakers who are trying to make out-of-box films these days, Abbas-Mustan also want to experiment with different film genres.

Alia and I have 'love and hate' relationship as friends: Varun

Alia and I have 'love and hate' relationship as friends: Varun

Mumbai - Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan says he and actress Alia Bhatt are just friends and they share a love-and-hate relationship.

"We have spent so much time with each other that we are comfortable with each other. Ours is a love and hate relationship. We keep fighting a lot on various small things. But we are friends," Varun said in an interview here.

"We get little shocked when people say that there is a intense amazing chemistry between us. Chemistry is needed in a love story but we did the film as actors," he said.

Lauren Gottlieb to return in 'ABCD 2'

Lauren Gottlieb

Mumbai - Dancer-actress Lauren Gottlieb, who made her Bollywood debut with Remo D`Souza`s dance drama `ABCD: Anybody Can Dance`, will return in the sequel.

Lauren will play a pivotal role in the Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor starrer film.

Apart from Varun, Shraddha and Lauren, the dance flick, which will be shot in Las Vegas, will also star actor- choreographer Prabhudheva, who will reprise his role as dance instructor-mentor Vishnu.

Now Mira Nair's bags go missing on flight

Mira Nair

Mumbai - After Indian classical musician Ustad Amjad Ali Khan`s sarod went missing on a British Airways flight, it is now filmmaker Mira Nair`s bags that have gone untraceable in an aircraft of the same company.

The 56-year-old `Salaam Bombay` director said that her bags have been missing for the last eight days and the company is yet to respond to her complaint.

"8 days without my bags, no word from British Airways. I am a silvercard member, what do those without cards face! Time to stop flying British Airways," Nair posted on twitter.

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