You can call them the ultimate Khiladi when it comes to thriller genres. Without any Daraar between them, this two brother duo has proved that they are the Baadshah's of Bollywood. Chori Chori Chupke Chupke they have been making suspense movies since 1992 which have kept the audiences on the edge of their seats. They are no Ajnabee to us nor do they wear any Naqaab.
Actor Preity Zinta believes Indian cinema has changed for the better with Bollywood dream merchants becoming more experimental and films offering a higher quotient of reality to ring in box office collections.
In Vivek Sharma's "Bhootnath", Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan plays a friendly ghost to child actor Aman Siddiqui. The two have bonded well on the sets.
Ram Gopal Varma had created a coup of sorts by casting the father-son jodi (Amitabh Bachchan and Abhishek) in Sarkar, a film that left people awestruck, all thanks to the power-full performances by the Bachchans.
Celebrity Interview with Preity Zinta - "I've always looked up to Shah Rukh. When I did my first film Dil Se with him, he was already a huge star. To me it's a matter of great honor to stand on the same platform as him. We're all working very hard on the IPL. Ours is the youngest team among all the IPL owners. Let's be positive about it. Initially, it's very important for the IPL team to work in totality."
After touring Europe with her musical "Miss Bollywood", Shilpa Shetty returns home to work in the Sunny Deol starrer "The Man" and says people are going to see her in a different avatar in the movie.
Shekhar Kapur wasn't surprised in the least when his film "The Golden Age" got the Oscar for best costumes. However, the acclaimed director says that he wasn't really expecting Cate Blanchett to get an Academy Award for the film because the jury doesn't have the time to see "subtle nuances".
First time father Zayed Khan is over the moon and says he is renovating the house in his son's honour. "Our entire house is being re-done for him. It's been a long time since any renovation was done in the house. But we never had any incentive. He came home on Jan 23. We had a welcome-home ceremony done for him," Zayed told IANS.
Irrfan Khan, who's currently shooting for English director Danny Boyle's much-talked-about "Slumdog Millionaire" in Mumbai, says he enjoyed working with Arshad Warsi in "Sunday".
Three film old Upen Patel (Shakalaka Boom Boom, Namastey London and 36 China Town) is gearing up for his fourth release, One Two Three. However, the young actor insists that he merely has a guest appearance in the film.