Maneesh Sharma was confident about 'Dum Laga...': Director

Maneesh Sharma was confident about 'Dum Laga...': Director

Director Sharat Katariya, who is currently enjoying the success of his film "Dum Laga Ke Haisha" says his producer Maneesh Sharma was confident about the film.
"When you make a film you do not think how the audience is going to react to your film. But the reactions we are getting for the film from the audience is fabulous. It was an honest attempt and I am glad it worked," Katariya told reporters in a group interview.
"I was nervous but Maneesh was very confident that this film will work," he added.

Holi makes Priyanka Chopra miss home

Holi makes Priyanka Chopra miss home

With Holi on Friday, actress-singer Priyanka Chopra says she misses being at home on the festival of colours.
The actress took to micro-blogging site Twitter to share her feelings around the festival as she was reminded of myriad hues, revelry with the family and mouth-watering food.
“Something about #Holi...The smell of the gujiya with fresh ghee at home...Rangolis, pichkaris, colours! I miss home today...Miss the city,” Priyanka tweeted.

Sonam Kapoor had some visitors at the hospital

Sonam Kapoor had some visitors at the hospital

We know that Sonam Kapoor is down with swine flu but recuperating well at Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai. The fashionista also tweeted that she will be getting discharged tomorrow. However, it seems that some good friends are keeping her company at the hospital.
Jacqueline Fernandez, who is close to Sonam, tweeted this picture from the hospital. She wrote, "With my @sonamakapoor she's feeling much better!!!".
Well, we sure hope so. Here's wishing Sonam a speedy recovery!

B-Town appalled by ban on 'India's Daughter'

B-Town appalled by ban on 'India's Daughter'

The ban on the broadcast of a documentary based on the December 16, 2012 gang rape in Delhi, including an interview with one of the rapists, has left members of the film fraternity shocked and appalled. They called the ban shameful.
The documentary "India's Daughter" by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin has kicked up a storm over the interview of one of the six men who raped the 23-year-old trainee physiotherapist on December 16, 2012 in a moving bus in Delhi. She later died in a Singapore hospital where she had been airlifted for specialised treatment.

Not charity, but 'glamour' begins at home for Kareena Kapoor Khan

Not charity, but 'glamour' begins at home for Kareena Kapoor Khan

While 'charity begins at home' for most people, for Kareena Kapoor Khan it is apparently 'glamour' that begins at home. The Bollywood begum recently made this announcement when accepting a glamour award at a recent award ceremony.
"Charity begins at home. But in my home, glamour begins, " said a very glamorous Kareena. True that, as Kareena's family including sister Karisma Kapoor, and parents Randhir and Babita, were all considered to be glamour icons. To add to it, Kareena married into another very 'glamorous family - the Pataudis!

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