Anil Kapoor may not be a style icon, but things have now changed and he is getting prominence at fashion events - all because of his stylish daughter, Sonam.
"They are calling me here today because of her (Sonam) otherwise no one used to call me for any fashion events. Thanks to her that I have been asked to come and laucnh this beautiful collection," the 52-year-old said here.
He unveiled designer sisters Barkha 'n' Sonzal's new offering The Yogi at Aza store in Juhu.
With back-to-back hits, actor Emraan Hashmi's success ratio is being compared to that of blockbuster king Salman Khan. Emraan says it's an honour to be compared to the star.
"I hope my films keep becoming hits, and being compared to Salman is a huge honour," the 33-year-old said here Sunday at a theatre during the screening of "Raaz 3."
However, he feels he still has a long way to go.
"I think I have got a lot of work to do, I have been in the industry for just nine years. He is a senior and very encouraging," added Emraan.
Actress Vidya Balan, who plays a homemaker in "Ghanchakkar", says her character will dispel the notion that housewives are boring.
"I play a Punjabi housewife in 'Ghanchakkar' and hopefully, I, with this one, will put to rest the notion that housewives are boring. That's a very huge misconception and I hope people realise that after 'Ghanchakkar'," the 33-year-old said here.
Vidya has teamed up with her "The Dirty Picture" co-star Emraan Hashmi in the film.
Filmmaker Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra is mourning the loss of his mother, who passed away after prolonged illness.
Mehra's mother Annapurna passed away Saturday night here. She was 73.
Her last rites were performed by the filmmaker Sunday by the filmmaker. The prayer meeting will take place Monday at Gurudwara, C Block, Defence Colony between 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Mehra is known for films like "Aks", "Rang De Basanti" and "Delhi 6". Currently, he is busy shooting for Farhan Akhtar-starrer "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag", a biopic of athlete Milkha Singh, fondly called Flying Sikh.
Southern actress Madhurima, who is gearing up for the release of her second Bollywood film ",", considers herself lucky to work in the "national" Hindi film industry.
"Both industries, Tollywood and Bollywood, are very different. But this (Bollywood) is national, so I am happy and consider myself privileged to have got this chance and exposure," the actress said here Sunday at a promotional event held for the film.