Mumbai, May 1 (IANS) Rani Mukerji hit the gym with a vengeance for a toned look for "Hadippa" with Shahid Kapur. The actress is quite happy with the outcome and feels that, like Aamir Khan, she will also set the screen on fire with her new avatar.
"She is not believing that it is her body. She even jokes and calls herself the female version of Aamir (Khan) in 'Ghajini' now. She was even telling me that like his body set the screen on fire, her looks in 'Hadippa' will leave no stone unturned," celebrity trainer Satyadev 'Satya' Chaurasia told IANS.
"Hadippa" is the 31-year-old star's only release this year and she is trying to keep her new look cloaked from the paparazzi before the movie promotions.
"Rani is very committed towards her body and her dedication has resulted in mind-blowing results. I felt so happy and proud after seeing the first rushes of 'Hadippa'. She is looking outstanding and I can undoubtedly say she has the best body in Bollywood now," said Satyadev.
"Hadippa" is slated to release in July.
Hurman troubled by fake Facebook account
Bollywood actor Hurman S. Baweja is in a dilemma after an unknown person created a fake account in his name on a networking website and sent random requests to several girls.
"Hurman was on Facebook a long time back, but it's been ages since he closed his account. Someone else is posing as Hurman and sending requests to people," a source close to the actor said.
"In fact, Hurman is away shooting for Ashutosh Gowariker's 'What's Your Rashee?' He is also shooting for Anees Bazmee's 'It's My Life!' He hardly gets time for anything, let alone logging on to Facebook."
Mallika Sherawat riding high on international honours
After becoming the first Bollywood celebrity to have a milkshake named after her, actress Mallika Sherawat has received an Arts Award in New Jersey.
The event, held Friday, was organised by the mayor of New Jersey, Jerramiah Healy, to honour the Indian community and its contributions to the US.
Mallika is in the US nowadays to promote her forthcoming film "Hisss".