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Glad Shah Rukh Khan has supported Muay Thai: Sonal Sehgal

Glad Shah Rukh Khan has supported Muay Thai: Sonal Sehgal

Mumbai - Bollywood actress Sonal Sehgal says she is happy that a superstar like Shah Rukh Khan has extended support for the sport Muay Thai.

The Kick-Boxing sport uses stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques. The 'Aashayein' actress has been appointed as the brand ambassador for the Indian Muay Thai Federation 2016, for its Women's team.

I'm a director's actor: Sonam Kapoor

I'm a director's actor: Sonam Kapoor

Mumbai, Feb 20 - Actress Sonam Kapoor says that she is a director's actor and that her performance - good or bad - depends on the director.

Never faced gender discrimination, says Parineeti Chopra

Never faced gender discrimination, says Parineeti Chopra

Mumbai - Actress Parineeti Chopra says her parents Pawan and Reena Chopra have always treated all her siblings equally and there was no discrimination of any kind.

Parineeti, who has brothers Shivang and Saraj, will be seen on TV show “Mission Sapne”, wherein she will help 13-year-old Bhavna Suthalya to secure a better future.

“I grew up with two brothers but my parents never subjected to any kind of discrimination and made sure that I get best education,” Parineeti said in a statement.

Smoking is not cool, it's disgusting: Sunny Leone

Smoking is not cool, it's disgusting: Sunny Leone

Mumbai - Actress Sunny Leone, who will star alongside actors Alok Nath and Deepak Dobriyal in an anti-smoking advertisement, feels the “disgusting” habit that so many peoples around the world have, is not at all “cool”.

“I hope people like the ad we have made and more then anything stop smoking. It's so not cool! Disgusting,” Sunny posted on Twitter on Wednesday.

Sunny, who was last seen on the silver screen in Milap Zaveri's sex comedy film “Mastizaade”, next has films like “One Night Stand” and “Beiimaan Love” in her kitty. (IANS)

Kangana Ranaut to speak at CII annual summit

Kangana Ranaut to speak at CII annual summit

Mumbai - National Award-winning actress Kangana Ranaut will be a speaker at CII Young India's upcoming annual summit 'TakePride2016' in Delhi.

The two day summit (March 25-26) will be held at the Taj Palace. The 28-year-old 'Queen' actress will speak at the topic, "My Idea, My Belief ? Why I Inspire".

"TakePride2016" will bring together statesmen, political and business leaders, thinkers and writers, stars and stalwarts and youth icons to connect.

Kangana's sister Rangoli confirmed that the actress will be attending the event. (PTI)

Richa Chadha excited to meet Sarabjit Singh's wife

Richa Chadha excited to meet Sarabjit Singh's wife

Mumbai - Actress Richa Chadha is set to meet Indian death row prisoner Sarabjit Singh's wife Sukhpreet, who she is playing in the upcoming Omung Kumar-directed biopic.

"Sarbjit" is narrated through the perspective of the prisoner's sister Dalbir Kaur, played by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. Randeep Hooda stars in the titular character.

The cast and crew have begun the third schedule and will be shooting in villages of Punjab, which are relevant to the events in Sarabjit's life.

Parineeti Chopra to star in YRF's next 'Meri Pyaari Bindu'

Parineeti Chopra to star in YRF's next 'Meri Pyaari Bindu'

Mumbai - Actress Parineeti Chopra has finally announced her new project, "Meri Pyaari Bindu", after a year of no-show.

The Yash Raj movie, which will also mark her singing debut, features her in the titular role.

Parineeti, 27, made the announcement through a video shared by the official Twitter handle of YRF.

The short clip features her crooning a slow tempo track "Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin", which will be included in the movie.

I don't work for awards: Sonam Kapoor

I don't work for awards: Sonam Kapoor

Mumbai - Actress Sonam Kapoor, who is looking forward to her upcoming film "Neerja", says she would rather focus on her performance than chasing awards. The "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo" actress feels awards do give a sense of validation to an artist, but to her the craft matters the most.

"I do not work for awards, I work for the craft... I am okay with recognition. The reason the awards are important is because they give you a validation and encouragement to do more and also push you to do better because it gives a sense of competition," Sonam told PTI.

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