He is all of 7, but it seems actor R Madhavan's son Vedant is already on his way to be a responsible citizen.
The youngster surprised everyone when he refused to accept birthday gifts and instead urged everyone to donate them to animal activist group People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
"My son refused presents for his birthday and instead asked all his friends to donate to PETA. Now they have sent him a BIG box of goodies," tweeted Madhavan, who is also a PETA supporter.
Veteran actor Shatrughan Sinha made his first public appearance ever since his bypass surgery when his daughter Sonakshi took him out to watch a play.
Shatrughan had recently revealed in an interview that he can't defy his daughter's commands, and he happily gave in when Sonakshi asked him to accompany her for a play "Kishen vs Kanhaiya", which has inspired upcoming film "Oh My God".
"Took dad for the play 'Kishen vs Kanhaiya' yesterday (Thursday)... His first outing after the little stint at the hospital," Sonakshi tweeted.
Poonam Dhillon has set her eyes on films again! The veteran actress is busy shooting for Prabhu Deva's untitled project, which features Shruti Haasan opposite producer Kumar Taurani's son, Girish Kumar.
"I am working on Prabhu Deva's film. It is a love story," Poonam told IANS.
The 50-year-old, who has a son and daughter, says she is now more open to doing films as her kids have grown up.
What if he is just 70 cms tall? Southern film actor Ajayan, who made it to the Guinness World Records in 2008, now aims at another Guinness record by becoming the shortest director of a full-length commercial film.
Ajayan, popularly known as Guinness Pakru, says he always wanted to to direct a film and it has now become a reality.
"My film has been titled as 'Kuttiyum Kolum' and it would go on the floors starting October. We expect to do the post production in November, and it would hit the theatres in the end of December," Ajayan told reporters here Friday.
After being in the industry for more than a decade, Bipasha Basu says an actor's life is a sad one. She says even superstars fade away after a point and are remembered only when they die.
"An actor's life is very sad. The biggest of superstars in our country fade away after some time and are remembered only when they die. But what to do? It is very vulnerable, very sad, but that is the way it is. Nothing is permanent in their life," Bipasha told IANS on the phone from Mumbai.