New Delhi, Aug 30 (IANS) After cooking up a crackling chemistry with Aamir Khan in the blockbuster "3 Idiots", actress Kareena Kapoor says she wants to team up with him once again.
"I want to work with Aamir, but he is not doing any film for a year," Kareena lamented.
She is very keen that her actor boyfriend Saif Ali Khan should work with "3 Idiots" director Rajkumar Hirani.
"I always tell him (Saif) that he should work with Raju Hirani," she added.
Kareena will soon be seen in Karan Johar's "We Are Family" alongside Kajol and Arjun Rampal. The film releases Friday.
My favourite scripts have been biggest flops: Akshay Kumar
Action star Akshay Kumar says even though he chooses his scripts carefully, some times they turn out to be major flops at the box office. Nevertheless, he is raring to go and claims his only motto is to entertain the audience.
"I do read my scripts. In fact, I always have several script-reading sessions before I fully take on a movie. But remember, I cannot predict the future. Some of my favourite scripts have been my biggest flops, but they have sometimes been my greatest successes also," Akshay posted on Twitter in response to a fan's query.
The fan asked the actor as to why he doesn't get best actor awards even after featuring in so many films.
"I do so many, many more movies than any other actor in Bollywood. Therefore my gamble is much higher. I would rather entertain my audience than ever win an award. It's the people I want to please, not those attending award ceremonies," wrote the actor who gave a string of hits like "Heyy Babyy", "Welcome", "Namastey London", and "Singh Is Kinng", among others.
Back to chappals, rejoices Mandira
She had been flaunting the best of designer labels and high-heeled fashionable shoes for the past three days at the Van Heusen Men's India Week (VHIMW), but now actress and anchor Mandira Bedi is glad to be back to flats.
"After three days of very high heels... flat shoes are like... heaven! Three days of men's fashion and now, back to life... back to reality," Mandira posted on her Twitter page.
Mandira was roped in to share updates from the event through Twitter.