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Compiled by Anoop Kumar
05/26/2011

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

Sonakshi Sinha loves wearing Being Human t-shirts. She also digs the sling bag which she is often seen carrying around. The Dabangg actress makes sure to match her tees with her flip-flops and also, her watch!
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After watching recently released horror flicks like Haunted and Ragini MMS, a Bandra birdie informs that Aamir Khan's Panchgani home is so old that staying alone in the bungalow at night is a sure spooky affair."Everything is so ancient in it and for anyone living all alone there it can prove to be one helluva scary experience!"
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Actress Shefali Shah, who went to the extent of meeting an under-trial prisoner in Thane Jail to give authenticity to her role in the forthcoming film "Kucch Luv Jaisaa", discovered that there is a human within every criminal and one can easily connect with that side of their personality. "It was daunting and intimidating, but finally it was like two strangers meeting and communicating at a very human level. It was just like meeting another person in a mall or airport lounge. We are from different ideologies, but we were sharing on topics we could talk about, " Shefali told.
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Kareena Kapoor will let action speak louder than her words with a three-flick run this year. The actress will be seen getting action-y in Siddique's Bodyguard, Sriram Raghavan's Agent Vinod and Anubhav Sinha's Ra.One. Says an insider, "Bebo loves glamorous, performance-oriented roles and isn't too fond of action. Yet, she will shed her feminine persona for these three films. She does what her director tells her to. All three films have her in different and exciting roles from a college student to a super spy and the mother of a small boy so she has gone all out for these flicks. In AV, Kareena, shoots from the hip while hanging out of a helicopter, in Ra.One, she will be seen getting into fist fights."
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Karan Johar  turned 39, but is not exactly in celebration mode. KJo will be watching the Kolkata Knight Riders match with Gauri and Shah Rukh Khan. Says KJo, "I am shattered and depressed because I am just one year away from being 40. I don't want any birthday wishes but can someone please make me 30 again? 40 always used to be an unachievable age for me. I could never imagine I will be 40. For all those people who say life begins at 40 I say 'dude people at 40 become senile, deluded and out of sorts!' My new mantra now is to age gracefully and stop colouring my hair black as I don't know if it is worth it anymore.
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