February 17, 2012 3:02:26 am
Dippys New Moves
Even as the Race 2 controversy refuses to die down,Deepika Padukone is dancing to a new tune these days. This time,its for choreographer Ganesh Hegdes new music video. Padukone will star in the video of the song Main Hoon Bolydude Ganeshan from Hegdes album Lets Party. In the song,Padukone sports a 70s retro look similar to the one she had in her debut film Om Shanti Om and she will be seen doing some typical retro moves along with Hegde.
God of All Things
In the big screen adaptation of the critically-acclaimed Gujarati play Kanji Virrudh Kanji,Akshay Kumar will play God. And while at it,he will don various avatars too. Though Kumars character in the film is called Krishna,his look will not be restricted to any one religion. In some scenes,he will wear dhotis and in others,he will be seen in kurta pyjamas and sherwani. The inaugural scene will see him riding a motorcycle clad in biking gear. Clearly,this God wants to have fun!
Love stories continue to be a favourite on Indian TV and Sajda: Tere Pyar Mein,the latest show on Star Plus,only reiterates this. This show has a Muslim girl,played by Debolina Chaterjiee,falling in love with a RAW (Research & Analysis Wing) agent. The story revolves around Aaliya,a young college student from a modern Muslim family,who has to choose between love and duty. The show will take viewers on her journey from a carefree girl to a mature young woman, says Nitin Vaidya,the business head for fiction shows at Star India. Her love interest,Ranveer,is played
by actor Shaleen Bhanot.
THIS week,Brij Bhakta,the stand-up comedian from America and the hand-picked host of the show Freaky Traveller on Fox Traveller,will be travelling to Punjab to learn all about kabootarbazi from a renowned bird trainer and breeder in Jalandhar. He will then head to a wrestling academy and challenge the local champion to a duel. His journey will also include treating himself to the world famous butter chicken,experiencing the Punjabi farm life and gatecrashing a Punjabi wedding. Now thats too much fun,Punjabi style.
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