April 25, 2014 1:00:24 am
In a scene in Revolver Rani, Kangana Ranaut’s character says that she would like to get married in front of the famous monument dedicated to love, Taj Mahal. But when asked which place would she choose as her wedding destination in real life, and the pretty actress, who was launching the first look of her film, chuckled. “You must have seen how whacky my character is in the film. I assure you, in fact I can give it to you in writing, that after watching the film, no guy will want to marry me.”
We won’t second that Kangana as we are sure no matter what character you play in a film, there are scores of young men who are besotted by you!
Learning from Paa
Now that Abhishek Bachchan has associated himself with kabaddi, the actor shares his first encounter with the game. “My first memory of kabaddi, since I’m a film industry kid, was watching Ganga Ki Saugandh and watching my father play kabaddi in it,” says junior Bachchan. Interestingly, it was also Big B who taught him to play the sport. “When I was a child, my father and I would play kabaddi in our garden with my cousins. I think most Indians have played the game. I’ve always been a sportsman while in school and college, and participated in all the sports,” shares AB.
Vidya Balan who calls herself a ‘vegetarian forever’ says that forget about fish and chicken, she cannot even bring herself to eat an egg! “I tried eating eggs for a long time. Every day, at breakfast I would tell myself, not in the morning, I will have it in the afternoon for lunch. At lunch time, I would tell my staff to give it to me in the evening. And at the end of the day would not have it at all,” chuckled the actress.
Compiled By Namita Nivas with Geety Sahgal, Ankita Kanabar and agencies
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