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Bollywood Baatein

Compiled by Anoop Kumar
03/02/2011

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

Kareena Kapoor is Bollywood's most sought after actress in the brand endorsement circuit according to the latest Television Audience Measurement (TAM) reports. With 13 brands riding on her, Bebo remains unmoved with labels of being 'the best' or 'the most sought after'.  "I don't put a value to my worth. I'm not a product you can pick off the shelf. I have always been selective about what I endorse and the work I do. And I have always been exclusive," says Kareena.

A birdie chirps to say that Gul Panag is dating Gurshinder Singh, better known as Rishi Attari. A commercial pilot, the actress and he were classmates. They have been an on-off couple and socialise in a group to avoid any speculation. Gul has been linked to Sikander Kher in the past.

Imran Khan is having a lot of fun teasing his female co-star Katrina Kaif  on the sets of Meri Brother Ki Dulhan. He refers to Kat as 'Udd Dabangg' from Salman Khan's Dabangg. He earlier also had good fun teasing Deepika Padukone on the sets of Break Ke Baad by calling one of the spotboys as 'RK' which are the initials of her ex -- Ranbir Kapoor.

Guzaarish had a bearded Hrithik Roshan. For Agneepath, the star will be again sporting facial fuzz. While Priyanka Chopra, his co-star in Agneepath, who essays a dark character, was keen to visit a brothel to get into the skin of the character, director Karan Malhotra said he had done enough research for the script and there was no need to!

Salman Khan has taken a fancy to yoga. The actor is a fitness freak and gyms like no tomorrow. But the Dabangg star has now realised the importance of the ancient technique.Though Kareena Kapoor had introduced him to the virtues of doing the asanas, Khan has now realised the power of yoga. Mind over matter finally.



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