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Bollywood Baatein

Compiled by Anoop Kumar
11/20/2014

(This article is sponsored by Monique Kornfeld, Esq.)

Salman Khan seems to have donned the 'benevolent brother' avatar for his sister Arpita's wedding - playing gracious host to Shah Rukh Khan, sending out invites to ex-flame Katrina Kaif and bete noire Priyanka Chopra.Arpita's pre-wedding function set the stage for one of the most epic filmi reunions. Sure they have been photographed earlier exchanging hugs at iftaar parties but the tension between them was hard to miss. But, things were evidently different at Arpita's sangeet ceremony with the two indulging in some genuine bonhomie. Their friendship had suffered a major blow on July 16, 2008 when they had a public fall-out at Salman's ex-flame, Katrina Kaif's birthday party. It is said that Shah Rukh remarked about Salman's personal life and the latter did not take kindly to it. The rest is history.

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A mixed bag notwithstanding, being typecast remains an occupational hazard in Bollywood. With several sex comedies in his kitty, Riteish Deshmukh is more or less perceived to be part of the adult humor club. However, his resolve to stay away from this genre is believed to have led to some changes in Milap Zaveri's next film, 'Mastizaade'.  Sources say that Riteish's brief role in the film has been reworked to keep it free from sexual innuendoes and double entendres. An insider says, "He is doing a cameo in Milap's film and since they are friends, the latter is aware that Riteish is no more keen on doing sex comedies. So, Milap rewrote the dialogues for Riteish."

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After the Success of Murder 3, Beautiful Actress Sara Loren is been on roll by signing three films back to back. barkhaa, Anil Balani's Ishq Click & now Fraud Saiyyan - a Prakash Jha Film, opposite Arshad Warsi.  Sara said, " My role in the film is very exciting. Though I cannot reveal much about it. Prakash Jha Sir taught me the technique to live in my character. He told me If I can live my character, I can never go wrong".

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Weeks after the release of Shahid Kapoor's Haider, the buzz over Shahid's acting still continues to be as thick as ever. Shahid garnered appreciation from all quarters for his portrayal of Haider in the film. He received critical acclaim for his outstanding performance. The actor was heaped with praise even as people from the industry came out to congratulate him. The film has been an emotional riot for the actor so much so that it is one of the closest films to his heart. While there has been a lot of close moments from the film for the actor, he is keen to have the skull from the film which was also on one of the poster images as a memento for himself. The skull has been one of the iconic props from the film and at the same time had a deep meaning attached to it. The actor has made a special request to Vishal Bharadwaj, asking if could have the skull. The actor has a special place for it already where he would like to place this skull.

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Visa issues have apparently forced Remo D'Souza to postpone the US shoot schedule of his film, Any Body Can Dance 2 which stars Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor.  The choreographer-director, in the meantime, is completing some sequences in Mumbai. A source says, "There were certain issues with the visa of a few unit members. The makers were therefore forced to postpone the shoot." Remo, however, clarifies that the visa issue was not the major reason why the trip has been deferred. He says, "It's not that big a deal. We could have managed without some people if they didn't get the visa. It's just that we needed more preparation time. We were supposed to leave for the US in the first week of November, but have put it off to the month-end."

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