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Romantic songs are the latest obsessions of Riteish

Aladin

Yes you have heard it right; Riteish is hooked on to a romantic number from his upcoming film Aladin. A sensuous love song, 'You May Be’ from his forthcoming flick is not only his favourite, but also, has become a highly addictive caller tune for the young actor.

Riteish admits, “Right from the first time when I heard this song, I was in love with it. It’s the perfect romantic song with a melodious tune that will immediately connect with the youth of today.”

Unlike MAMK, Salman is the hero of LONDON DREAMS - Vipul Shah

LONDON DREAMS

Vipul Shah is least perturbed about the downright pathetic box office response that MAIN AURR MRS KHANNA has generated. Though there have been murmurs once again around the box office pull of Salman Khan (considering the fact that his latest film couldn't even garner a face saving initial), Vipul Shah comes up with a strong reasoning in defense of his leading man from LONDON DREAMS.

Zayed Khan’s Parents Traumatized Watching Blue

Zayed Khan

When Sanjay and Zarine Khan watched their son Zayed do those never-before heart-in-the-mouth motorcycle stunts in Blue they threw a royal fit.

Ever since his near-fatal fire accident in 1989 in Mysore during the shooting of the serial The Sword Of Tipu Sultan during which Sanjay Khan suffered extensive burns and almost lost his life, both he and his wife are paranoid about shooting mishaps.

When their only son Zayed decided to become a movie actor Sanjay and Zarine’s first and only pre-condition was, no dangerous stunts.

Bollywood Glitters At Subhash Ghai’s Birthday Bash

Subhash Ghai

Subhash Ghai hasn’t been called the Showman for nothing. On his 65th birthday on Saturday evening Ghai pulled off what the original Showman Raj Kapoor had done in Mera Naam Joker. In the declining year of his long and chequered career Ghai invited all the actors from all his films beginning with Kalicharan and concluding with Black and White and Yuvraaj in 2008.

From the newbies like Katrina Kaif and Zayed Khan (Yuvraj) to the more senior stalwarts like Rishi Kapoor, Tina Ambani (Karz) and Reena Roy (Kalicharan), they were all expected to make the evening memorable for the filmmaker.

Hilary Swank's chaotic premiere

The buzz is that the New York premiere of Hilary Swank's latest movie 'Amelia' was thrown into chaos when a journalist passed out on the red carpet.

Emergency services raced to the Paris Theater in the Big Apple on Tuesday night, 20th of October when a female reporter keeled over, just as Richard Gere was arriving at the event.

As paramedics attended to the unidentified woman, a fan managed to evade security and approach Gere, who plays Swank's husband in the film about iconic aviator Amelia Earhart.

Emma Thompson stands up for adopted son

Emma Thompson

British actress Emma Thompson is to return to a U. K. university to give a lecture on race relations as her adopted son suffered at the hands of bullies over there.

The Oscar-winner's 22-year-old son, Tindyebwa Agaba, a former Rwandan child soldier who she adopted in 2003, graduated from England's Exeter University in July (09) with a degree in politics.

She revealed that Agaba endured taunts from other students about his background - and she has decided to return to the institution to help move race relations forward.

Film: Love Ka Tadka

Film: Love Ka Tadka

Starring: Sameer Dattani, Nauheed Cyrusi and Satish Kaushik.

Directed by: Rajan Waghdhare

Rating: 1/5

A baseless film with no storyline is what Love Ka Tadka is. What else do you expect from a film that revolves around vegetarian and non-vegetarian food habits? So, it’s definitely not recommended but if you still want to know why, you may read the rest of the review.

Movie Review : Fruit and Nut (2009)

Boman Irani, Mahesh Manjrekar

Starring: Boman Irani, Mahesh Manjrekar, Dia Mirza and Cyrus Broacha.

Directed by: Kunal Vijaykar

Rating: 2/5

Kunal Vijaykar’s efforts to make a comedy film resulted in – a few funny jokes strung together to make a storyline. It promises to be a senseless comedy that will make you roll on the floor with laughter. Sadly, it only remains senseless and not funny enough to make you smile more than a time or two.

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