Kismet Love Paisa Dilli: Has 'Don’t Fuff My Mind' crossed the line?

Kismet Love Paisa Dilli: Has 'Don’t Fuff My Mind' crossed the line?

Delhi Belly may not have set the box office on fire but its DK Bose song sure has become a trendsetter. It has been followed by songs like Dil Garden Garden Ho Gaya and I Want Fakth You. Now Vivek Oberoi and Mallika Sherawat's upcoming release Kismet Love Paisa Dilli has a song with the punch line running Don’t Fuff My Mind. The song is picturised on Vivek and he has even lent his voice to the song humming a few lines.

What Sour Grapes? Me And PC Are Very Cordial, Says Kareena

What Sour Grapes? Me And PC Are Very Cordial, Says Kareena

Bollywood was agog with the prospect of a full-fledged cold 'catty' war between Kareena and Priyanka after they traded snide remarks and taunts. It began when Kareena said that her movie Heroine would be bigger than Fashion. She said she did not care about National Awards when informed that Priyanka had won the National Award for Fashion.

Heroine,Barfi And Kahaani Among 11 Hindi Films Shortlisted For India’s Oscar Nomination

Heroine,Barfi And Kahaani Among 11 Hindi Films Shortlisted For India’s Oscar Nomination

Although only three B-town cult movies — Mother India, Salaam Bombay and Lagaan — have managed to make it to the Oscars listing, the enthusiasm to nominate their films for selections to the big O is unabated among Indian filmmakers.

Limited Shelf Life: Rani says Keep Fit and Keep Them Guessing

Limited Shelf Life: Rani says Keep Fit and Keep Them Guessing

In an interview with NDTV covering many topics including her latest release 'Aiyya', Rani Mukherjee spoke about the so called limited shelf life of female actors in Bollywood and how it was unfair to blame the film industry for what, according to her, was a trait of our society.
She pointed out that it has always been okay for men to be older than their partners in India but never the other way round. She said the 'shelf life' was a part of our society and cannot be changed by a few Bollywood stars alone and must be viewed in a positive manner.

Ranbir-Katrina To Star In Anurag Basu's Kishore-Madhubala Biopic ?

Ranbir-Katrina To Star In Anurag Basu's Kishore-Madhubala Biopic ?

After Barfi!'s spectacular success, Ranbir has let it out that he will be playing the lead role in Anurag Basu's yet-to-be-named biopic on Kishore Kumar and Madhubala's love story.
The success of Barfi! encouraged Ranbir and Anurag to finalize the movie on one of Bollywood's most famous love stories. Sources indicate that dad Rishi Kapoor was keen that Ranbir should do the movie.

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