Mumbai, 27th September 2012: 92.7 BIG FM, India’s No. 1 FM radio network and winner of the Golden Mikes Broadcaster of the Year award has entered its fifth edition of the BIG Green Ganesha Campaign (BBGC), an initiative to reinforce the importance of celebrating the auspicious occasion of Ganesha Chaturthi in an environmental friendly fashion by promoting the use of Ganesha idols made out of paper mache. The new slogan for this year’s campaign is ‘Ganpati Bappa Morya, Dharti Mata Morya’ that strengthens the motto of the campaign across various platforms among the listen
Veena Malik once again has fallen in love with her old love and he is none other than Pakistani Cricketer Mohd. Asif. Now she is burning in her old love flame. Veena memorizes her special moment which she has spent with Asif. Veena Said, “Asif is the real man for me and I missed him a lot. He is out of all and the best moments which I spent with him that is a foot massage and I think he is better foot massager than a cricketer.” Veena broke her relationship with asif after his name came in light in Match Fixing. She forgot all think about Asif past. Let’s see how lo
The real reason why Yash Chopra worked for 20 years with Shah Rukh Khan. Yash Chopra and Shah Rukh Khan have been making films together for the last 20 years. The filmmaker for the first time and just before his life's last directorial film confesses the real reason why he likes working with Shah Rukh. Chopra told SRK in a conversation organized on the veteran filmmaker's birthday said,"Shah Rukh you are one actor who never asks me any question and you don't even hear the story nor do you discuss how much money you'll take. This quality of yours and the confidence you instill in me has alway
Veteran filmmaker Yash Chopra, who turned 80 Thursday, announced in a chat with actor Shah Rukh Khan that he will not be directing any more films after " Jab Tak Hain Jaan".
"Bahut ho gaya abhi. My heart says bahut ho gaya abhi. I will not direct any other film after 'Jab Tak Hain Jaan'. I have got lot of love in all these years. I think now the time has come to pay back. I want to help directors, actors, technicians who I could not help all these years," said Chopra.
"This industry has given me so much. I am very much happy and satisfied with the film. This film has turned out better than
Light..Camera..Action!! If you live, drink and sleep cinema so here is a movie for you - Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baki Hai. A light comedy that tells the story of a man struggling to make a film based on a true incident. The film features Suniel Shetty, Rajpal Yadav, Rakesh Bedi, Udita Goswami, Om Puri, Neena Gupta, Shayan Munshi and Shawar Ali. Shemaroo Entertainment has released the film on DVDs and VCDs. Actor Suniel Shetty is seen after almost a decade in the lead role. Rajpal Yadav is as funny as ever and is sure to be adored by everyone. A pinch of comedy with a little drama and various e
He's been busy shooting and promoting his films back to back, and we've heard Emraan Hashmi say it often enough in the past couple of months that he is missing not being able to spend time with his family. Therefore, whenever he can manage free time between shoots, he likes to go out with them. In May, around the time of Shanghai's release, he had gone to Europe for a few days. And now, he's again off with his wife and son to Kuala Lumpur. Earlier this week, Emraan whisked away his family for a short trip to KL. A friend of the actor says that he has been shooting back to back and was yearni
It's not surprising to hear of actors heading overseas for short courses to improve their craft, and the latest to join the bandwagon is Nargis Fakhri. The actress, who is keen to improve her skill-set, was recently in the US, where she underwent a voice modulation course. A source close to the actress tells us that she has recently signed a big banner Bollywood film, and the role requires her to have two-to-three kinds of voice tones. That's why Fakhri went to Los Angeles for this month-long course in August so that she could perfect her dialogue delivery and voice modulation before the film
He's not easy to catch hold of, often evading interviews saying he has nothing to say. He shares his number freely, almost gleefully, saying he never ever picks up that phone. But none of this can deny the mercurial Naseeruddin Shah's contribution to Indian cinema, though he himself insists he's not very proud of "the hell lot of lousy" movies he has done, or that he has done "great work" as Captain Nemo of The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Dr Arya of Krrish. But irrespective of what he says, Naseer is mainstream now - in a way one wouldn't have associated him with the genre, say, eve
Forthcoming Bollywood film " Oh My God" starring Akshay Kumar, has run into rough weather with a writ filed in the chief judicial magistrate's court here seeking a ban on the film as it allegedly hurts sentiments of the Hindu community.
The petition, filed by Pramod Pandey, contended that the film showed actor Paresh Rawal mixing whisky in 'Ganga jal' and spitting on an 'aarti' plate. Pandey also alleged that Rawal, at a certain point in the film, says that diseases like AIDS are spread due to temples.
The petitioner has also sought registration of cases against Akshay and Paresh Rawal and
Director SS Rajamouli may not be remaking his Telegu hit Eega with a star cast from Bollywood, but it seems that the Hindi version Makkhi has bagged a biggie for the voiceover. There were reports earlier of Abhishek Bachchan doing Makkhi, but Rajamouli denied all reports, saying that the Hindi film will only be a dubbed version. However, Ajay Devgn will be lending his voice for a part of the film. Rajamouli recently took to his micro-blogging page and posted, "Ajay Devgn watched Makkhi last night.he was very impressed. He agreed 2giv the voice over 4 the father in the opening credits Thank