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Big B says he was warned about Vidhu Vinod Chopra's bad temper

Big B says he was warned about Vidhu Vinod Chopra's bad temper

Mumbai, April 5 :"Eklavya - The Royal Guard" was Amitabh Bachchan's first film with Vidhu Vinod Chopra. The megastar says his actress wife Jaya had warned him that the director abuses on the sets, but on the contrary he enjoyed working with him.

"When I told Jaya that I am doing a film with Vidhu Vinod Chopra, she nodded, which indicated for things to come. Later, when I told her I am going for outdoor shoot for a month, she said you will be back in three days," Amitabh told reporters here Wednesday after the screening of "Eklavya".

I hate producing films: Vidhu Vinod Chopra

I hate producing films: Vidhu Vinod Chopra

Mumbai, April 5 : Director-producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra says he hates producing films but does so to ensure that the idea that directors want to communicate is not lost under commercial pressure.

"I hate producing films. If I don't produce films like '... M. B. B. S.' and others, the idea that directors wanted to communicate must have lost in the commercial pressure," Chopra told reporters here Wednesday before the screening of "3 Idiots", which was shown as part of Vidhu Vinod Chopra Film Festival.

Set your priorities right: Karisma

Set your priorities right: Karisma

Mumbai, April 4 - Actress Karisma Kapoor, who had taken a break from films after marriage, says it is good to work provided you set your priorities right.

"I have taken a lot of break in the middle, which I really enjoyed. Taking care of kids and family was very important to me. That will always be my first priority," said Karisma who is returning to movies after nine years.

Veena trying to do a Vidya Balan!

Mumbai, April 4 - Pakistani actress Veena Malik seems to be following Vidya Balan's footsteps. She has finished shooting for three Bollywood films, "Daal Mein Kuch Kaala Hai", "Zindagi 50-50" and "Mumbai 125 km", and says all are female centric movies.

"I have always tried to choose and sign such films which have a female-oriented character, where the script is based on the female protagonist," Veena told reporters here.

"Daal Mein Kuch Kaala Hai" is a comedy, "Zindagi 50-50" is an issue-based drama and "Mumbai 125 km" is a suspense-thriller.

Hunar Hali admires Kajol's versatility

Hunar Hali admires Kajol's versatility

Like most TV actors, Hunar Hali too wants to do different kinds of roles and considers Kajol the best example of versatility.

"As an actress, I always want to be versatile. I don't want to be stereotyped where people say that she can only fit into a certain role. That's the reason I like Kajol because she is a person who is truly versatile," Hunar told IANS.

The 22-year-old, who bagged her first lead role with Colors' "Chhal - Sheh Aur Maat", says the thriller genre was interesting for her to take up.

Disha Wakani impresses Saroj Khan

Disha Wakani impresses Saroj Khan

Disha Wakani, small screen's popular Daya bhabhi, impressed veteran choreographer Saroj Khan with her dance skills while shooting a special episode for the comedy show "Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah".

"I was very impressed when I asked everyone to perform and Disha did an impromptu garba act on a disco number. It was hilarious and entertaining too," Khan said in a statement.

The Bollywood dance guru appeared on the show to judge a competition between all the couples who stay in Gokuldham society.

Raza Murad to play Shah Jahan in 'Veer Shivaji'

Raza Murad to play Shah Jahan in 'Veer Shivaji'

New Delhi, April 4 - Veteran actor Raza Murad, known for playing negative roles in films, will be seen as Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the TV show "Veer Shivaji". He feels the role will give him a chance to create a new image.

"I have worked on television and love the medium for its connect with the audience. I found 'Veer Shivaji' an interesting project as it showcases the life of the great Maratha warrior and takes you back to history," Raza said in a statement.

'We're not rock stars, we're musicians'

'We're not rock stars, we're musicians'

New Delhi, April 4 - K. Mohan, the lead vocalist of music band Agnee, says they believe in making good music rather focusing on creating hit songs.

"Past experience has taught us not to try and make 'hit' songs to formulae and just make music that we think is good and honest," K. Mohan, the lead vocalist of Agnee, told IANS in an e-mail interview.

The band, known for creating rock and soulful songs, also consists of lead guitarist Koko, drummer and percussionist Varun Venkit, bassist Rushad Mistry, drummer Jai Row Kavi and Michael Pereira as rhythm guitarist.

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