"Delhi In A Day"; Director: Prashant Nair; Cast: Anjali Patil, Lee Williams, Lillete Dubey, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Victor Banerjee; Rating: ** 1/2
"Delhi In A Day" is a fine reflection of our hypocritical society where the privileged class goes to any length, playing the a perfect host to a foreign guest, but has scant regard for the plight of those who work for them.
Bollywood celebrities like Deepika Padukone, Karan Johar and Imran Khan will lend support to Shabana Azmi's Mijwan Welfare Society (MWS) by wearing clothes made by the NGO's girls at an upcoming fashion event.
MWS works for the empowerment of the girl child in rural India, and will hold the Mijwan Sonnets In Fabric for the third consecutive year. It will be held at the Grand Hyatt here Sep 3.
"This year is particularly significant because it is the culmination of a process started three years ago when we first started our partnership with Manish Malhotra.
Yesteryears diva Saira Banu, who turned 68 Thursday, says she is glad to have a life partner like Dilip Kumar and considers him the biggest gift of her life.
Asked what did Dilip Kumar gifted to her on birthday, the veteran actress told IANS: "Dilip sahab gifted himself to me 46 years ago and this is the greatest gift of my life."
"Every day in the morning when I see him smile I feel that's the best gift for me I am glad to be his life partner," she added.
Actress Kalki Koechlin, who donned the writer's hat for "That Girl In Yellow Boots" and even acted in it as the protagonist, vows never to do the dual job again.
"I won't ever write and act in the same film because I get so confused with the writer in you saying 'No, it's not correct' and the actor saying something else. It's not good," Kalki told IANS.
"I think writing is something which is a pleasure and a hobby. Acting is something I am much more hungry about," she added.
Boman Irani became the butt of Farah Khan's quirky joke when she called him "hand-shame".
The on-screen couple from the film "Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi" was caught in a quirky mood during a radio interview for Oye 104.8 FM.
While Boman said he desires to do a photo shoot with Farah because technology now will make her look good, Farah was prompt to reply and said: "Yeah, even my passport photo is Photoshopped. By the way, Boman thinks he is 'handsome', but he is 'hand-shame!'."