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asking them to remain present in the court on February 22 in connection with an application moved by veteran actor Manoj Kumar.
Manoj Kumar had filed an application against the three regarding a scene in the movie 'Om Shanti Om' which he felt ridiculed him. The Andheri metropolitan magistrate had last month issued summons to the three, asking them to remain present in the court on Tuesday.
However, the three failed to appear following which the magistrate issued notices to them asking them to be present on February 22, advocate Ashok Saraogi, appearing for Manoj Kumar, told PTI.
Nov 23, 2008
The two biggies Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan will be once again clashing opposite each other one day before Valentine's Day in the year 2009. Even Abhishek Bachchan is not far behind. Each one vying to gift their best to their respective valentine.
Shah Rukh's Billoo Barber, Salman's Main Aur Mrs Khanna and Abhishek's Delli-6 are all set to release on the same Friday - February 13, a day before Valentine's Day.
Shah Rukh wants to gift his wife Gauri Billoo Barber; Salman wants to gift his girlfriend Katrina Kaif Main Aur Mrs Khanna and Abhi wants to dedicate Delli-6 to his wife Ash. Last year Ashutosh Gowarikar's Jodhaa Akbar was released one day after the Valentine's Day but the premier was held on the V-Day itself and Abhishek Bachchan gave a surprise to wife Aishwarya Rai Bachchan by coming back to Mumbai and attending the premiere.
Main Aur Mrs Khanna brings Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor together after the disastrous Kyon Ki…. The film is being directed by debutant Prem Soni and produced by Sohail Khan Productions. MAMK also stars Preity Zinta, Deepika Padukone and Govinda in important roles.
Shahrukh's Billoo Barber is a Red Chillies Entertainment film is being directed by Priyadarshan and has Irrfan in an important role along with Lara Dutta. Deepika Padukone and Kareena make special appearances in the film.
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Nov 22, 2008
No one can quite throw a huge bash like Shah Rukh and Gauri Khan. And this holds true, not just in Mumbai, but also in Dubai.
Says a source, "After the launch party of Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai, hosted by international hotelier, Sol Kerzner (Chairman- Kerzner International) and Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, SRK and Gauri hosted a party at their Atlantis Bridge Suite (costs Â£14,000 a night)."
Rocking on all night
The source adds, "At the after-launch party, SRK and Gauri played host to some of Hollywood's biggest names like Robert De Niro, Gerard Butler, Mischa Barton, Mary-Kate Olsen, Kylie Minogue, Charlize Theron, Lindsay Lohan, Wesley Snipes, tycoon Richard Branson and some of SRK's close friends from B-Town like Hrithik and Sussanne Roshan, Arjun and Mehr Rampal and Farhan Akhtar.
The rocking party went on till the wee hours of the morning."
Says Shah Rukh, "Yes we finished at 7 am and had a great time.
I feel that I had to take care of the guests because Sultan (Ahmed Bin Sulayem), the owner of Nakheel Atlantis treats me with much love and goodness.
I personally invited all the guests.
Sultan gave me my house here on The Palms."
Shah Rukh is the owner of a 58 million-dirham Signature Villa on the Palm Islands at Jumeirah in Dubai and has acquired yet another apartment in the Shah Rukh Khan Boulevard, which he is developing in Dubai.
When asked if he had a chance to speak to Robert De Niro on cinema, Shah Rukh says, "No, we couldn't speak with De Niro about cinema because Hrithik, Farhan and I just couldn't stop smiling and behaving like mad fans but we had great conversations with the other actors, Wesley Snipes, Gerard Butler, Lindsay Lohan and singer Kylie Minogue.
All of them were so sweet, loving and cool. The Sultan was with his other guests.
There were hundreds of people."
Shah Rukh adds that some Hollywood stars are acquainted with Indian cinema.
Nov 16, 2008
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Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan, who has a penchant for acting with debutante, says that he has evolved as an actor after working with newcomers.
"It is always a new feeling working with newcomers. They teach you a lot," Khan, who is paired against newcomer Anushka Sharma in his forthcoming film 'Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi', said during an interaction with media persons.
"They (newcomers) are not over-awed by the fact that you have done 60 films. They respect you a lot but do their own stuff," he said.
"I see them responding to expressions in a new way and I get to learn. They help me be a better actor," he added.
Khan's tryst with newcomers began in 1993 when he was paired against Suchitra Krishnamurthy in the commercially and critically successful 'Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa'.
The 'Baadshah' of Bollywood later went on to star with Mahima Chaudhary (Pardes-1997), Preity Zinta (Dil Se-1998), Gayatri Joshi (Swades-2004) and with the 'Chak-De' girls and last year with Deepika Padukone in 'Om Shanti Om'.
On 'Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi', Khan said, the film deals with the trials and tribulations of husband-wife relationships.
"The film is an entertainer that is intriguing as well as thrilling and deals with the relationship that exists between a middle-class husband and wife," he said. Incidentally, the movie is King Khan's first release in 14 months.
"I haven't had a release for a long time because of my schedules but I believe that this movie will fulfil the 'kasar' of the past 14 months. 'Rab Ne Bana…' is the last release of the year but not at all the least," he added.
While his 'Haule-Haule' jig in the film is getting popular, Shahrukh remains modest about his dancing abilities. "I am not being modest but truly this 'Pappu can't dance saala. I genuinely have two left feet," he said.
Nov 10, 2008
At 23, I didn't know that I would be an important film person, I didn't know that there is so much goodness in the world, that looks at me with such kindness, and I didn't know how bad an actor I was. At 33, I didn't know that I could play a school kid in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, or a college kid actually, and pull it off. I didn't know how beautiful my children would grow up to be and I didn't know that at 43, I would still look like 33.
• How have your fears changed from the time you were in your twenties, through your thirties and now in your forties.
At 23, I was fearless, I had nothing to lose. At 33, I was very conscious materially about the work that I did, I used to get scared of flops and hits. At 43, I only fear for my kids. If my son is jumping on the trampoline, I'm worried. I again know what fear is.
• Do you ever actually intend to fade out into the sunset?
Sushmita Sen has told me many times that I should sit on my terrace and watch the sunset. I don't know what a sunset is. I have never appreciated its beauty nor have I derided it. I have no essence of sunset unfortunately and I also don't believe in fading away. My father used to say that 'Shama bujhne se pehle, last me flicker hoti hai, glow hoti hai.' I think I'll go off like that. I'd like to make the last century in my retiring test match. I also think actors don't go away, actors are just very courteously shown the door. We are employed, I truly believe, by the people who watch us, not by the producers, distributors and the directors. And for a certain time our employers are very happy with us, and one day, the employers don't throw us out. They just stop giving us important work.They will show me the door very decently.
• Actors often say that competition makes them more responsible. What does it mean to you?
Nothing, nothing at all, very early on in life I had decided that and I have written it in my book too. I will give you an example of sports because I like sports. I call it the race thought. I have told this to Abhishek and Hrithik too and whenever they feel down they message me to tell them about the race. It is quite simple. If someone runs a race in 9.5 seconds and I run it in 10, even if I want to beat the person I have to still beat my own time. I have to go 9.9, 9.8, 9.7, 9.6 and 9.5, all those are my timings, so in the end the competition is with myself. The race is not about running fast enough, the race is not about running hard enough, the race is about running long enough. Also as I have become a better person, calmer, quieter, nicer, mellow, maturer, I have never thought of competition. And so I have no competition.
• When something good happens to you, who do you run to tell it to?
Nobody really. If at all I do, it's to my children because I feel that they are avatars of my parents. I know that's untrue, but I believe that. There's an old song which says that 'when you finally come knocking there's nobody home' and that has happened to me. I have gotten over this desire to tell any one. Now my attitude is 'Ye khatam ho gaya incident, lets move on.' Right now my son, my daughter and I, we count our medals and have fun but they have more than I had when I was their age. But then schools have become more liberal with awards too.
• When you need a bouncing board, who do you go to?
If it's about films I go to Adi (Aditya Chopra), Karan (Johar) and Farah (Khan). Otherwise my thoughts are all here in my laptop. I just put it down there, then read them back as if somebody is telling them to me. I write a lot, just thoughts, now this is going to be a part of my book. Creative thoughts, I tell my team. I don't really discuss my thoughts with anyone. Not even my family. I am quite reclusive about my thoughts.
• You always say you are shy…
I'm very shy. I think 90 per cent of what I do as an actor stems from the fact that I am a shy person. At my own home, at my own parties, I'm out of place. Maybe, being the second child, I just turned out a little more shy. I am shy of women, and I'm shy of new people. If somebody asks me a personal question, I still blush. I have to take my kids if I have to go to a toy store. I can't go anywhere alone, shop or travel alone, but put me on stage, before 10 lakh people and tell me to talk about life, and if I know an audience wants to see me, and know me, I can easily do it because I'm then someone else. I'm just an employee of this fantastic super star, not as talented as some other people, not as good looking as some other people, not as tall as some other people, but he is good, I like working for him.
• When does SRK the star sleep and when does the man wake up?
Whenever I'm by myself. I am a very simple boring type of guy just like Sunder Sahni in Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. That space has been given to me by my family and my friends, they allow me to be boring. The star awakens when you put a camera in front of me. We are genuinely two different people. I say one thing and I believe it, and I have another thought about the same point too. Its not that I am dichotomous, or I am hypocritical but I just believe both the points of view. Mahesh Bhatt always told me that "you are schizophrenic" and yeah maybe I am. I am a controlled schizophrenic on the loose. Now as I am getting older I can understand it.
• How do you avoid the ivory tower syndrome? Do you even want to?
When you don't have an ivory tower, you want to build one around yourself, I actually have it, and so I am at peace with it. I just do my work. My work requires me to spend a lot of time with the people that I work with, so I am really a little out of touch with other people. But that does not mean I am out of touch with reality because I know where I have come from, what I am, what humility and education my kids should have. My shadow should never overpower the personalities that they have later on in life.
• Have you ever looked in the mirror and not liked what you saw?
I'm not very vain, once I have worn my make-up, I don't even look in the mirror. I am not extremely in love with myself, neither do I hate myself. I don't even comb my hair if I am not shooting. Once I bathe and shave, I don't comb my hair. People at one time used to think that I am a metrosexual male. I don't even understand that. I'm not given to anything that is vain, in terms of beauty treatment or whatever. I don't even use a soap or shampoo.
• How has the perception of fatherhood changed for you?
Like I just said I fear for them and for me, like I never thought of life ending for me suddenly, but I think of it now. I am like 'I hope these guys get enough of me'. I truly believe the cliché that there is nothing as satisfying as being a parent. I was driving two to three hours every morning for the last few days and one of the thoughts I had was, "Ghar aacha hai, aache picture bhi bana li hai, stardom bhi hai, paisa bhi hai, awards bhi hai, sab kuch hai and phir bhi karta ja raha hoon and never has the thought come to me that I should stop this because with all this is another thought that "mein yeh rokoonga to karoonga kya? The word actor defines me. This is what I am. But then a thought came to me that what if I stop working right now, I just dedicate myself to waking up in the morning, getting my kids ready for school, dropping them to school, wait for them to come back, spend a little while with them, study a little with them, try to put them to sleep, play games with them, I can lead the rest of my life like that. That's what fatherhood means to me. My kids complete me. I love the purity of kids untouched. I like their rudeness and I like their goodness. They are so politically incorrect and they are so pure.
• How do you see the difference between lonely, alone, loner? Which defines you?
Lonely is nothing but a state of mind. You can feel lonely when you wish to, you can call upon lonely whenever you want to feel sorry for yourself. Lonely is your best friend who does not even need a phone call. It's the fastest deliverable commodity as an emotion in the world. You can prolong the period, you can shorten it, and you can bring it back. Some people also use lonely as an artistic expression. I think it is really a tool of self pity with a nice word.I don't know if it's the right way to put it, some people by nature are aloof and listen to a different drum beat, they dance to a different music and they are happy. Loners are happy people. Lonely can be unhappy because you wish it to be. But loner is a guy who is not dancing to the music that you hear. So loner is nice, and when I want to intellectualise it, I can be an intellectual loner. I call it reclusive.
Alone is a good space. It is not lonely and it is not dancing to a tune. I think alone is something that you should utilise, as meditation, as self-analysis. I like being alone, a couple of hours a day or an hour a day. I do that in my bathroom. And not necessarily doing the things you do in a bathroom. My family knows about it, it's a joke that Shah Rukh spends lot time in the bathroom. My bathroom is like a living room. My wife has made it like that. She says you are going to sit there hiding from all of us, then you might as well as well sit in a chair. I just relax and read a book. Sometimes I take a telephone, or a video game. I just sit down and I empty my mind which is also known in modern terms as unwinding. Alone is just to be. It is very important for some kind of a creative process also. Its also great to re-energise yourself. Alone is good, lonely is pathetic because it is self-inflicted, and loner is intellectual reclusiveness. Of these three I am mostly 'alone'. And to turn a phrase around, 'At the top it's always like this, not lonely, just alone.'
written by : suhas.navaratna
The great divide between Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan has been in news for quite a while. Now, it seems this realistic battle is all set to hit celluloid as well.
News is that Karan Johar, who is making an animated version of his directorial debut Kuch Kuch Hota Hai called Kuchie Kuchie Hota Hai has roped in Sanjay Dutt to do the voiceover for the character that Salman played in the original. However, the other actors — Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol and Rani Mukerji — will dub for the animated version.
Some industry people say Sanjay dubbing for Salman could be a result of the SRK-Salman fight as Karan and SRK are close friends and King Khan is in no mood to reconcile with Salman. However, Karan says the inclusion of Sanjay was due to the changes made to the character Salman originally played.
Karan says, "It is true that Sanjay Dutt is lending his voice to the character that Salman played in the original film. In the animated version we made certain modifications to Salman's character and so after those changes, we realised that Sanjay Dutt was best suited to lend his voice for it. It was not due to any other reason."
Whatever may be the reason, SRK and Salman are definitely not sharing screen-space, not even in animation.
Nov 6, 2008
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Nov 5, 2008
Aditya Chopra has so closely guarded the script of Yash Raj Films' next, Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi that even the film's unit doesn't know what it's all about.
After several unpleasant instances when scripts of films were leaked out to the media much before they hit the theatres, Aditya Chopra is in no mood to take any chances with his next film, Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, which is his third directorial venture after Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge in 1995 and Mohabbatein in 2000. Even though the Chopras have always been careful to keep their scripts under wraps, Aditya is being extra cautious with the Shah Rukh Khan-Anushka Sharma starrer, which will release on December 12.
Even as there are several rumours doing the rounds about the film's subject, news is that the director has guarded the script so well that even the unit members till today have no clue what the film is exactly all about.
Our source said, "Aditya does not follow the usual working style where copies of the script are distributed amongst unit members so that they have a fair idea of what the film is about. Aditya has got only three copies of the final script of Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi-one for himself, one for good friend Shah Rukh Khan who plays the lead and the third copy is for the first assistant director."
Surprisingly, even the film's lead actress Anushka Sharma was only briefed about her scenes when she was on the sets. "Anushka had no idea about the story's detail. She was just given a brief narration when she was signed for the film. Whatever Anushka knew about Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi was only the parts she shot for," added the source.
"The unit members have not even seen the film's rushes. Aditya has made a foolproof plan to ensure nothing about the film leaks out anywhere," said the source.
Coming to some rumours about the film's subject, buzz is that Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi is a remake of the '70s hit Golmaal. It is also being said that it is about a 'plain jane' husband who transforms himself to be the man his wife desires. There are also rumours that Shah Rukh Khan plays a double role in the film. But the Chopras have chosen to neither confirm nor deny these rumours.
When contacted, Yash Raj Films spokesperson, Monica Bhattacharya, asked us to send her a text message to which she did not reply.
Nov 3, 2008
Frenzied fans, 10 ft cards, tamasha outside the gates… it doesn't get bigger than this. A lowdown on the scene outside SRK's residence on his birthday…
As millions of fans flocked outside his bungalow Mannat on Bandstand, Mumbai, SRK was there on the terrace waving at them. Well, the festivities did not just end there. His forthcoming film Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi was also unveiled that very day.
Here's how his day went…Take a look…
Trust SRK to climb over terrace rails to reach out to his fans.
Parmeshwar and Adi Godrej were there, this time with their other daughter Nisa; cricketer Imran Khan who is currently in the city dropped by for a while as well; Sushmita Sen came driving herself as always; Raveena Tandon's interesting snake pendant attracted some curious glances as did Anna Singh's short skirt; and Vivek Oberoi didn't come in a car but in his vanity van! Did he come straight from a shoot or was it an attempt to make a 'big' impression? Sajid Khan, Ritesh Sidhwani, Zoya and Farhan Akhtar, Sabina Khan and Ranvir Shorey were among the others there.
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Nov 1, 2008
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