Dargah rock!


By Hindustan Times

NEW DELHI, Sept. 21 -- With a guitar dangling across his body, a white kurta and jeans clad Ranbir Kapoor was seen at the Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah in the Capital on Monday night to seek blessings for his upcoming film, Rockstar.

In tow were the film's director Imtiaz Ali, and singer Mohit Chauhan, along with the thousand or so fans who wanted a glimpse of what they earlier thought was a visit by actor Salman Khan! Kapoor, though, didn't seem to mind that.

"Salman is the biggest star in the country. We all are aspiring to become what he is," said Kapoor. After the trio offered prayers, they sat down in the courtyard with the qawwals and sang Kun Fayakun, a qawwali in the movie that has been filmed in the shrine.

Calling the experience "extremely spiritual," he went on to explain how linkup rumours with Priyanka Chopra, Katrina Kaif, his Rockstar co-star Nargis Fakhri and newcomer Angela Johnson don't bother him. "I am 28 years old. I work really hard, l love my job and I love women. I don't love men. So I will date women till the time I can find the perfect woman whom I can marry, and R nobody can stop me!"