Bipasha Basu has zeroed in on the name of her second fitness DVD -- it is called "Break Free". The actress, who aims to grow in the business of fitness under her brand BB Love Yourself, says her new offering is for all those who hate gym.
"I have named the second DVD 'Break Free'. It will come out around two weeks after the release of 'Raaz 3'," Bipasha told IANS here.
The promotions of "Raaz 3", releasing Friday, are keeping the 33-year-old busy for now. But she is also looking forward to make her new DVD available to her fans at the earliest.
Filmmaker Karan Johar reveals that after a few mishaps on the sets of "Student of The Year," the production unit decided to perform a small puja to avoid such problems.
"There were some mishaps on the sets of the disco song. So the production, well trained by me, decided to have a puja on the sets just to see that the shooting goes on smoothly," the 40-year-old said here Monday while promoting the film at a radio station.
Actress Ayesha Takia has happily put her acting career on the backseat and is busy concentrating on her home and hospitality business.
"I find it hilarious that people can't believe that I don't have the mind space to do films anymore, papers still quote me saying otherwise!" Ayesha tweeted.
"Let me tell you all the truth. Frankly, I don't have the mind space or inclination to give time to films. I am very busy with business, travels, family and home," she added.
Want to own a Rohit Bal or JJ Valaya creation for just about Rs.5,000-Rs.6,000 ($100)? It's possible now with fashion house owner Pradeep Hirani getting intellectual property rights (IPR) from leading designers and then manufacturing the garments before retailing at his new outlet Karmik.
The business model that Karmik follows is simple, explains Hirani.
Ram Gopal Varma has managed to garner interest in his first 3D film "Bhoot Returns" by launching an innovative first poster, which has an optical illusion of a girl with a bleeding lip.
The illusion has been created around the girl's eyes, and catches the attention immediately. Perhaps Varma wanted to give his audience a sense of the visual effects that are in store for them in "Bhoot Returns", a sequel to his 2003 horror film "Bhoot".
"Bhoot Returns" features actress Manisha Koirala along with southern actor JD Chakravarthy.