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Bolllywood Bikini Baby
Saturday, January 30, 2010 1:12 PM
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Saturday, January 30, 2010 1:09 PM
Katrina Kaif Back in a Bikini For 'Dostana 2'
Saturday, January 30, 2010 1:02 PM
After showing off her assets in her debut movie "Boom," sexy Katrina Kaif will return to the big screen in a banging bikini for her upcoming project "Dostana 2."
Replacing Priyanka Chopra, who shot a few sexy beach scenes herself in "Dostana" with John Abraham and Abhishek Bachchan.
This will be the second time Katz dons a two-piece for a movie, and we bet fans can't wait!
Popular celeb designer Manish Malhotra been chosen to create the hot beachwear so we expect something classy yet sexy.
We are not sure what Katrina's boyfriend, B-town bad boy Salman Khan, has to say about all.
This though; during a recent interview he told reporters that he likes girls 'covered up.' Well it looks like Katrina disagrees!
And so do probably all of her of fans! Do you think Katrina Kaif will look hot in a bikini in "Dostana 2?" Share your thoughts.
Oscar winning A R Rahman to attend Grammy awards
Saturday, January 30, 2010 12:39 PM
Double Oscar winning musician A R Rahman on Saturday left for the US to attend the Grammy awards function, where he has been nominated for the 'Slumdog Millionaire score.
The 44-year-old music maestro has been nominated in Best Song Written For Motion Picture for 'Jai Ho' and for Best Compilation Soundtrack for the film.
Rahman left for London early this morning by an Emirates flight alongwith his wife and son, airport sources said.
He is expected to leave for Los Angeles from there.
The composer has already picked a Golden Globe trophy and two Academy award, a first for any Indian for 'Jai Ho'.
If Rahman wins, it will be his first Grammy award, which are considered the Oscar in music.
The the Grammy award ceremony is scheduled to take place in Los Angeles this Sunday. Apart from Rahman, two other musicians who are vying for the award are Sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan and Tabla player Zakir Hussain.
Ustad Amjad Ali Khan has been nominated in the best traditional world music
category for "Ancient Sounds" made in collaboration with Iraqi Oud Soloist Rahim Alhaj while Zakir has been nominated in the Best Classical Crossover album category for the album 'The Melody of Rhythm'.
Lakme Fashion Week 2009, bollywood’s top celebs walks on the ramp
Friday, November 13, 2009 2:20 AM
Lakme Fashion Week 2009 or LFW is the event making all hot bollywood celebrities, to walk on the ramp. Sushmita Sen and Deepika Padukone who were in limelight on the fourth day of the Lakme Fashion Week.
Sush in her richly embellished ethnic wear reminded us of the ancient princess, while Deepika fluttered like a butterfly on the ramp in her cute black and white gown designed by Vikram Phadnis and Gauri and Nainika.
South Indian actress Sameera Reddy walks at the ramp for designer Neeta Lulla at the Calcutta Lakme Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2009
How Control Abhishek
Friday, November 06, 2009 11:12 AM
Sonam and Imran on FilmFair cover
Friday, November 06, 2009 11:10 AM
Kareena and Kajol opposite in a remake movie of Stepmom,
Friday, November 06, 2009 11:05 AM
Kareena Kapoor and Kajol started shooting for Karan’s upcoming movie which is a remake of Stepmom, both the actresses have done the opposite.
Plagiarism case could stop Bollywood borrowing from Hollywood
Thursday, August 27, 2009 10:57 PM
Bollywood has a tradition of remaking Hollywood blockbusters — and of spicing up even the grittiest thrillers with big song and dance numbers and wet sari scenes.
But if imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, India’s film-makers have finally taken their adulation too far. For the first time, a Bollywood producer has been forced to pay for plagiarising a Hollywood hit.
Twentieth Century Fox took the Mumbai-based BR Films to court, alleging that the Indian company’s forthcoming Banda Yeh Bindaas Hai (This Guy is Fearless) was an illegal remake of the American studio’s Oscar-winning crime caper My Cousin Vinny, which was released in 1992.
This week BR Films agreed to pay Twentieth Century Fox, which is 82.1 per cent owned by News Corporation, the parent company of The Times, about $200,000 (£119,000) in an out-of-court settlement.
The deal paves the way for the Indian film’s release, but it could mark the end of an era where Bollywood remade everything from The Godfather (the Hindi version was called Sarkar) to Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, renamed Satte Pe Satta, with apparent impunity.
In recent months Chander Lall, a lawyer who represents two major American studios, has sent a slew of warning letters to producers who he believes are copying Hollywood films.
The titles allegedly poised to be “Indianised” included Ghostbusters, Jerry Maguire, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Departed and The Hangover.
Mr Lall said that Bollywood had long paid homage to Hollywood’s most successful films, but that Indian studios had increased the practice in recent years.
“Bollywood used to deliver pure escapism. The films were driven by glamour and a star cast and the plot was not important.
With the arrival of modern multiplex theatres over the past five years, and the more discerning audiences they attract, that has changed,” he told The Times.
“Audiences now want new stories. The problem is, Bollywood has no tradition of producing original screenplays.”
By plagiarising scripts, the film-makers profit from intensive test screenings that American producers carry out to gauge audience reactions and maximise ticket sales, Mr Lall said.
Bollywood productions inspired by Western originals are popular. Last year Ghajini, an action thriller starring Aamir Khan, became the first Bollywood film to take more than a billion rupees (£12.5 million) at the domestic box office.
The tale of a man with anterograde amnesia, who tattoos himself to remember that he is searching for his wife’s killer, was clearly a remake of Memento, which was nominated for an Oscar for Best Screenplay in 2002.
Other titles have been adapted heavily to suit Indian tastes. The remake of the violent and brooding film Fight Club included an uptempo dance routine. Industry insiders, however, dispute that India is suffering a talent crunch.
“We have a very strong creative culture, with a very solid set of literary works,” Taran Adarsh, a film critic, said. “But if you have a ready-made script waiting to be Indianised, why not use it?”
He added: “It’s going to be very tough to rob ideas from now on. Hollywood’s suddenly looking at Bollywood very minutely.”
Aishwarya rai on the cover of Verve India
Friday, June 12, 2009 12:14 PM
New league of star kids on Bollywood’s threshold
Tuesday, May 26, 2009 11:36 PM
New Delhi, May 25 (IANS) After Sonam Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor, the legacy of star kids foraying into Bollywood continues with veteran actor Shatrughan Sinha’s daughter Sonakshi, sons Luv and Kush and comedy king Govinda’s daughter Narmmadaa set to make their debut in the industry.
Last month Sonakshi’s debut opposite Salman Khan in his brother Arbaaz’s maiden production venture was announced, but now she has reportedly walked out of the project as she wasn’t too happy with the script.
A fashion designer by profession, she made her first appearance at the Lakme India Fashion Week held in Mumbai last year. Her younger brother Luv too will follow suit and is working hard for a grand launch with “Sadiyaan”, produced by his father’s production house Shotgun Entertainment. His twin brother Kush, meanwhile, will make his debut with director Apratim Khare’s yet untitled film.
Kush was more interested in direction and went to the New York Film Academy to brush up his directorial skills. He had even assisted Sanjay Leela Bhansali during the shooting of “Saawariya” (2007).
He says he accepted an acting offer because he doesn’t want to confine himself to direction alone.
“I always believed in the saying that you should always do something you believe in but that never meant to limit yourself in any way whatsoever,” Kush was quoted as saying.
Another young talent awaiting her debut in the industry is Govinda’s daughter Narmmadaa Ahuja. According to her publicist Dale Bhagwagar, she is being signed by a well-known producer but he did not reveal further details.
“There is still some time before we can reveal the name of the producer. Narmmadaa is looking forward to a lot of commercial and glamorous roles in Bollywood at the moment,” Bhagwagar told IANS.
The practice of sons and daughters stepping into their star parents’ shoes isn’t new to the industry.
In the 1940s, legendary actor-filmmaker Raj Kapoor followed his father Prithviraj Kapoor’s footsteps and entered films. Later his younger brothers,- Shammi Kapoor and Shashi Kapoor, too joined the league.
Raj Kapoor’s three sons - Rishi, Randhir and Rajiv - entered filmdom and now their kids have followed suit too. Randhir’s two daughters Karisma and Kareena as well as Rishi’s son Ranbir have become part of the Hindi film fraternity.
Deol brothers - Sunny and Bobby - too followed their father Dharmendra’s footsteps as did actress Sharmila Tagore’s children Saif Ali Khan and Soha.
Even Vinod Khanna’s sons Akshay and Rahul stepped into showbiz, but they couldn’t repeat their father’s success story.
In the first year of the new millennium, actor-filmmaker Rakesh Roshan’s son Hrithik came into Bollywood and created ripples with his debut film “Kaho Na Pyaar Hai”.
He was soon followed by megastar Amitabh Bachchan’s son Abhishek and Kareena Kapoor who got a launchpad in J.P. Dutta’s 2001 movie “Refugee”.
Also on the list are star kids like Hema Malini’s daughter Esha Deol, Feroz Khan’s son Fardeen and Suresh Oberoi’s son Vivek.
The more recent ones to foray into filmdom are disco king Mithun Chakraborty’s son Mimoh and Shekhar Suman’s son Adhyayan.
Kareena smooches Akshay
Sunday, May 24, 2009 9:14 AM
Kareena Kapoor is not only adding glam to her upcoming flick Kambaqt Ishq by wearing a bathsuit, she has also indulged in a steamy liplock with co-actor Akshay Kumar in the movie.
Now our young Bebo was not quite comfortable with the idea of kissing her 40+ year old co-star, the reason was that Akki was elder sister Lolo’s leading man during her hey days and Kareena was only a 12-year-old little kid who would shy away from Akki whenever she accompanied Karisma to her shootings.
So it was equally awkward for Akshay too ‘coz she is just a kid in front of him. However the kiss was neccessary for the story and both of them gave their professional commitments a priority over their personal thoughts.
Apparently its a kiss to lookout for!
French Producer Wants To Cast Bachchans
Sunday, May 24, 2009 8:44 AM
As Abhishek Bachchan is at Cannes accompanying wife Aishwarya Rai, seems like have impressed the filmmakers out there and receiving film offers. Manuel de la Roche, the Paris based producer wants to cast father-son Bollywood duo Amitabh Bachchan and Abhishek Bachchan for his next film.
French director Jan Kounen will direct the film, which is named as The Secret History of the Dalai Lamas. The director will soon approach the Bachchans with the acting offers for the film in lead roles.
Roche said, “The film will trace the history of the Dalai Lamas all the way from 14th century. It will blend dramatized re-enactments involving the earlier incarnations with excerpts from an interviews with the current Dalai Lama.”
source >> http://www.bollywoodhott.com/celebrities/french-producer-wants-to-cast-the-bachchans/
Other than these Bollywood actors, the film will also cast Hollywood biggies Sharon Stone and Richard Gere.
Aishwarya Rai at Cannes 2009
Friday, May 15, 2009 11:50 PM
Shahrukh Khan at Lakme Fashion Week
Saturday, May 16, 2009 2:57 AM
Bollywood Fashion Week
Saturday, April 11, 2009 10:29 AM
Bollywood actors and actresses kept glamour factor high on the day four of Lakme Fashion Week.
Designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee took the audience through an unforgettable fashion journey.
Sabyasachi 's Autumn-Winter 2008 collection was called a 'Sanctuary'.
The designer took the audience on a journey into the realm of a fashion fantasy, that only he could create.
The collection had everything that fashion lovers could ask for.
It had a bit of sportswear, a splash of couture with silhouettes, which were reminiscent of the 50's and 70's replete with colours.
The collection he showcased was heavily embellished, very ornate and with glitzy prints.
The eye-catching hand embroidery, digital large prints depicting women in all their glory, along with artistic motifs gave the creations a fusion look.
The master stylist and creator of unusual fabric and style mixes, Sabyasachi used plastic, linen, snake and crocodile leather, chiffon, course cotton, hard painted satin, distressed leather and a lot of zippers to seam the garments.
The red sari with a black and cream pleated border was breathtaking while the embroidered coats were stylish.
Slim pencil skirts and dresses had a wild mix of fabric prints and colours, which are Sabyasachi's signature style.
Speaking to the media after the show Sabyasachi, revealed that a lot of hard work had gone into conceiving and conceptualising the show.
"I knew when I was doing the collection we had worked everything from the music, to the set, to the runway, to the hair, to the no make-up look.
It was like doing a motion picture.
So somewhere down the line we knew that we were going in the right direction," said Sabyasachi.
Host of Bollywood celebrities like Vidya Balan, Rani Mukherjee, Kahkashan Patel and Rahul Bose to name a few graced the show.
Bollywood actress Vidya Balan was highly appreciative of Sabyasachi's effort.
"I have always liked his work.
I have seen his work in the films and otherwise also.
This is his first show that I'm attending.
I'm so glad that I came here because he is some one I believe who really thinks out of the box," said Vidya Balan.
Sabyasachi 's Sanctuary collection was one of the most sensational showings of the Lakme Fashion Week once again the designer proved that that he is the master of styling and elegance.
Bollywood Flair In Spring Fashion
Saturday, April 11, 2009 10:28 AM
Look at the Pussycat dolls flaunting the look in the video for the remix of "Jai Ho (You Are My Destiny)." Nicole Scherzinger and the rest of the Pussycat Dolls ran with the style that Desi Hits! hooked them up with, donning sarees for the opening of New York's Fashion Week. Celebrities are channeling India for the latest look. Recent hit "Slumdog Millionaire" is inspiring the style blend.Now the Desi infusion has taken to the stores. Showing affordable looks for the spring, the Today Show says, "Slumdog look like a Millionaire." They advise to be on the lookout for various embroideries, gems, and woven items.
Bangles have been a popular accessory for awhile, but the patterns and colors seen on this season's runway are really taking over. It's exotic but accessible and fun, an interaction between East and West fashion, a vivacious cocktail. Skinny jeans aren't the same when paired with a flirtatious embroidered top and sundresses aren't so plain in standout colors like orange and fuchsia. Liz Hurley looked stunning in a pink saree and Britney Spears danced in a lengha for part of her Circus tour.
It's not difficult to add an exciting twist to your outfit with some Bollywood flair. Simple styles take on zest with bright colors and invigorating prints. Pair a printed blouse with white jeans (a spring staple) and shoulder a slouchy bag for some Bollywood charm.
With Bollywood stars in Hollywood, Western celebrities in Bollywood, and collaborations between artists, the exchange between the two is dynamic. So are the mingling fashion tastes. Get ready to see where this culture exchange will take fashion next, maybe to your closet.
Hollywood Goes Bollywood: India's Fashion Influence on the West
Thursday, March 19, 2009 9:31 AM
Maybe it was Shakira. The international starlet shook, shimmied and rolled Indian fashion into the American mainstream during the 2006 VMAs. Before that, there was Madonna, who in the late '90s wore henna on her hands and saris to high-profile events. And if you want to take it waaaaay back, Princess Diana in 1992 made Indian fashion in the West all the rage after her trip to India and Pakistan.
Whoever deserves credit, Indian fashion is here and non-Indian celebrities all over are partaking in this colorful, bespoke couture. From bindis and tikkas on their foreheads to saris on their backs, mehendi on their bodies or antique Indian jewels in their ears, it looks as if Westerners have gotten sari-savvy in a big way. Rapper Snoop Dogg last year appeared in the Bollywood flick 'Singh is King' in a turban, and, this year, Bollywood is anticipating a lot more Hollywood presence, with Beyonce and Rihanna doing 'item numbers' in Bollywood movies – in Indian dress, we're sure
Bollywood On Ramp
Thursday, March 19, 2009 9:32 AM
Suniel Shetty plans to sue the tourism ministry
Tuesday, February 17, 2009 8:43 AM
Suniel Shetty’s Popcorn Motion Pictures Pvt Ltd is gearing up to sue the Turkish government! According to the production house, while commencing their film, Mission Istanbul,
starring Vivek Oberoi and Zayed Khan, the Turkish tourism ministry had promised huge subsidies in the air tickets and for using the locations in Turkey in return for the use of Turkey’s tourism logo in all the prints of Mission Istanbul. However, Icon Europe, a service company that took care of all the shooting arrangements in Turkey took the entire amount despite being offered a subsidy.
Repeated requests to the company as well as the Turkish Toursim Ministry have yielded no results, laments an official of Popcorn Motion Pictures Pvt Ltd. Meanwhile, the government in Turkey has changed forcing the issue to take a back seat.
Amrita Rao Gorgeous At Daboo Party
Tuesday, February 17, 2009 8:40 AM
Bollywood’s cutest girl, Amrita Rao, was at the launch party of Daboo Ratnani’s Bollywood calendar 2009. Amrita, who would next be seen in Bollywood movie Victory, was looking absolutely gorgeous in a blue outfit.
Pataudi gets to meet its Bahu, Kareena!!!
Saturday, December 27, 2008 7:56 AM
Kareena Kapoor is all set to take her relationship with Saif to another level. She’ll be visiting his ancestral village Pataudi in Haryana. A privilege that none of Saif ladies from the past have been given.
Confesses Saif, “Yes, Kareena has been invited to Pataudi. It’d have been earlier. But it’s too hot right now. Winter is when our family reunions happen every year. And Kareena is now part of the family. My parents are extremely fond of Kareena.”
Sighs Saif, “This relationship is ‘IT’ for me. Today I feel very settled and very happy. Though a bit lonely. And when I’ve bad days I feel I’m being ungrateful. I’m now looking forward to settling down with Kareena.
Our marriage will happen very shortly as soon as we both have a little less work on hand and we can give the marriage quality time. Also, her family has to be ready for our marriage.”
Saif is very happy with Kareena’s mom. “We’re very close. She has been really gracious in inviting me into her family.
She’s made sure I’m part of her family. I’ve also met Daboo Uncle a few times, shared friendly drinks with her. As for Karisma, I think she’s the sweetest girl ever in the world. I’m deeply fond of both Karisma and her husband Sanjay. They’re truly wonderful people. Kareena’s family has taken to me as warmly as my family has taken to her.”
Saif has a lot to be thankful for. “My lifestyle has changed completely after the heart attack. Looking back it’s hard to believe I went through such a health scare.
If it wasn’t for that life-changing experience I wouldn’t be in a relationship with Kareena right now. I hardly drink. Don’t even look forward to drinking any more. I don’t smoke or party.”
Kareena updates of her fashion trends on website
Saturday, December 27, 2008 7:53 AM
Kareena Kapoor is the latest to join the web wagon, this time she would not be blogging about her every day affairs, instead she is going to let her fans know about the latest style trends going on in her life and rest of the world.
A source discloses, “Kareena’s website will have updates of her fashion trends and also the trends that take place all over the globe. There have been a number of occasions when Kareena actively participated in designing her own costumes for films. She always wanted to launch her own brand of clothes. The website is her first step towards it.”
Kareena Kapoor apparently constantly keeps herself updated about the latest fashion happenings and keeps a keen eye on new trends.
Preity Zinta style
Monday, November 24, 2008 11:30 AM
She is the youth icon for style and when she appeared on the Vogue magazine cover (Bible for fashion) it just proved the point. Here are her styles deciphered.
a) Preity’s Style: If you want to ape Preity’s style then start using sleek skirts and evening gowns for the parties and for the casual wear use T-shirts (with wordings on it) teamed with jeans. Preity is known for her fancy tops, which have a class of their own, such as a tube top teamed with jeans and fisherman’s cap. One needs to be creative when trying to dress like her.
b) Make Up: When you trying to dress like her, give lots of attention to the eye make up. Use light coloured lip gloss rather than dark ones and a special care to the hair. Preity Zinta is known for her style statements especially with her hair, so if you have curly or wavy hair, then straighten them now! Along with that give it a good cut, just like hers. Preity gives extra attention to her accessories, such as she fuses ethnic jewellery with western wear, and she sees to it that it goes completely with her dress.
Kiwi Connection: Celina Jaitley
Monday, November 17, 2008 7:26 AM
Now this time Celina fly on the air because her stunning performance as Tamil Girl and her Tamil accent are very good in film Golmaal Returns. The second good news is that hot actress Celina was very gracing for the occasion of Red Carpet Premiere for her international film "LOVE HAS NO LANGUAGE". The pretty actress was floored by all the attention and warmth that she received In New Zealand.
The movie is about a Kiwi Indian girl basically a second generation Indian girl born and brought up in New Zealand. Marina Roy (Celina Jaitley) is torn between the Indian values of old Indian traditions and the fact that she is actually a kiwi girl who has never been to India. A kiwi-Aussie boy of Maori (Ben Mitchell) origin falls in love with her and the story follows how she plans to avoid the marriage set up by her parents with an Indian boy.