Bipasha wants to learn 'Waka Waka' moves (Film Snippets)

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New Delhi, July 5 (IANS) Actress Bipasha Basu has featured in sizzling dance numbers like "Beedi" and "Billo Rani", but now she wants to learn Shakira's moves in "Waka Waka", FIFA World Cup 2010 official song.
"Monday music...'Waka Waka' all the way...takes away the Monday blues. Want to learn Shakira's 'Waka Waka' moves!" Bipasha posted on micro-blogging site Twitter.
The actress joined the Bollywood bandwagon on Twitter Sunday.
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Imtiaz Ali hogs on 'aloo kachori' in capital
Bollywood director Imtiaz Ali, who made hits like "Jab We Met" and "Love Aaj Kal", was spotted relishing 'aloo kachori' at a popular joint in Bengali Market Sunday evening.
"Imtiaz was having aloo kachori at Bengali Sweets (in Bengali Market). He was sitting next to the counter. Nobody recognised him and he was enjoying his food. Then came a bunch of college boys and recognised him," Priyanka Bedi, an onlooker, told IANS.
"They surrounded Imtiaz. He was looking a little embarrassed but let the boys click pictures with him," she said.
An alumni of Hindu college, Ali spent quite a few years in the capital. He looked cool and handsome in a blue shirt and a casual pair of jeans. He is apparently scouting for locations and a new face for his next project "Rockstar" that will have Ranbir Kapoor in the male lead.
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Ronit Roy indecisive on next Bollywood project
Popular actor Ronit Roy, who is eagerly awaiting the release of his internationally acclaimed film "Udaan", says he is yet to give a nod to another Bollywood project.
"I have a Bollywood offer. I am fighting on the script because there are a few things that I strongly believe in," said Ronit, while refusing to do divulge the name of the director.
"It is a very beautiful script. It is in fact one of the most beautiful written scripts I have read but there are bits and pieces that I feel are not the correct. Those need to be corrected or tweaked. My audience consists of women, children and people across all ages. I don't want them to have any misconception about life," he added.
According to Ronit, the director is a female and she has also written the script.
"She is feeling strongly about those points. She is looking at them from a woman’s point of view. And I am looking at it from a man’s point of view," he said.
Asked about the buzz that he has signed an international project, Ronit said: "I have not signed a film. I have been asked to do it. I have given my consent. The first draft is ready …I have heard the concept and found it very interesting. It’s a Hollywood film."
These days he is seen on Colors' cookery game show "Kitchen Champion".

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