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Keeping it cool!

Suniel Shetty was spotted supporting his good friend, actor turned director Girish Malik at an event to promote the latter's upcoming film

Mumbai | Updated: April 2, 2014 12:10:46 pm
Suniel Shetty Suniel Shetty

Suniel Shetty was spotted supporting his good friend, actor turned director Girish Malik at an event to promote the latter’s upcoming film. But it wasn’t their bonding sessions or conversations that stood out that evening. When Shetty walked in, the shutterbugs scrambled to catch a glimpse of their beloved Anna (as he is fondly called). They all asked Shetty to pose and the actor humbly told them, that he will definitely give extra time for photo ops, but only after the event. When the actor went up on stage, everyone asked him to come in the center and pose, but he refused saying, “Mera kya photo kheechna hain? Director aur cast ka nikalo na.” One also saw the actor opting for a seat behind the electronic media, instead of one in the front row, as he casually chatted away with the journalists and his friends from the media. Quite a non-starry style, isn’t it?


Fetish for boots

Quite a fuss-free guy, Pulkit Samrat prefers to dress in casual attire. However, the actor has a fetish for sunglasses and boots, and is seen sporting different pairs at different occasions. During the promotions of his latest film O Teri, Samrat confessed,
“I have a huge collection of both, sunglasses and boots!” The fetish
doesn’t end here. Samrat is also a big gadget freak and loves to possess the latest devices.


Learning from mistakes

Although Sunny Deol has been in the industry for long, he continues to maintain a distance from it and instead, prefers to spend quality time with his family. Now, that his son Karan is poised to make his debut in Bollywood, will papa Deol, allow his son to test the waters himself, or be an overprotective father?
“They will make mistakes, and learn from them. That’s how even we learnt. Nobody sat us down and advised us on how to do things. But, at times I keep talking to them about life in general and about our profession. My advice to them is, that no matter what, it is important to be honest.” We completely agree with you, Sunny. After all, honesty is the best policy.

Compiled by Ankita R. Kanabar with Geety Sahgal, Priya Adivarekar and agencies

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