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Abhishek Bachchan was praised for his rapping and singing skills in Bluffmaster's Right Here Right Now , gets behind the microphone yet again for Raghav's next single Till The Sun Comes Up feat Grammy award winning rapstar Nelly. Raghav of "Angel Eyes" and "Can't Get Enough Fame" has roped in Nelly and Bollywood star Abhishek Bachchan for the song that is soon to release. Apart from singing and rapping in the song, both Nelly and Abhishek will feature in the music video.

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In her two-decade long career, Tabu has never been on a signing spree because she feels a good role is enough to keep an actor alive in the audience's mind.  The 43-year-old 'Haider' star said she has a unique "temperament" which does not allow her to follow others. "I can't do back-to-back films. I can't do promotions. I have such a temperament that I cannot do anything in excess. If I like something, I will do it otherwise I won't do it. I never felt the need to be in the rat race. I should be satisfied first as an actor with my work. I will not do something because everyone is doing it," she told PTI in an interview.  Tabu started her career in showbiz as a child artiste in 1985 film 'Hum Naujawan', where she played Dev Anand's daughter. She also tried her luck in Telugu films before debuting in Bollywood with Ajay Devgn-starrer 'Vijaypath'. The two actors have teamed up again after a long time in 'Drishyam' and Tabu is happy with the way Devgn's career has shaped up in the industry.  "Ajay has carved his own niche in the industry. He is extremely versatile and I feel proud when I see his success and growth. But success has not changed Ajay as a person. He is still the same like he was 20 years ago. It's his speciality," said Tabu, who last worked with Devgn in 1999 movie 'Thakshak'.  In 'Drishyam', which is a remake of the Malayalam movie of the same name, the National-award winning actress is playing a cop, who is against Devgn in the film.  "I never thought that I will play such a role where we will be pitted against each other. That shows how cinema has changed over the period of time and you get to understand your own journey.

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Apparently, Aamir Khan was shown the first copy of nephew Imran Khan's upcoming film 'Katti Batti', which also stars Kangana Ranaut, for "expert advice"  Nikhil Advani's 'Katti Batti' will be a litmus test of sorts for Imran Khan, who took a break in 2013 following a series of flops. And to ensure that his uneventful career gets on track, his uncle, Aamir Khan seems to have taken control. Sources say Imran and Nikhil decided to show the rushes of the upcoming project to Mr Perfectionist for "expert advice". A source says, "On Tuesday night, a preview was held for Aamir in Nikhil's office after which they were engaged in a long discussion. The star's filmmaker wife, Kiran Rao, was also present there. Imran always asks for his mamu's advice for each of his projects and since 'Katti Batti' is a critical film for him, he wanted Aamir's feedback."

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Irrfan Khan and Tabu-starrer "Talvar", based on the infamous Aarushi Talwar murder case, will have its world premiere at the 40th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), to take place between September 10 to 20.Directed by Meghna Gulzar, the film has been selected by the members of the festival and will be presented as the part of the "Special Presentations" programme, said a statement. "Talvar", which also stars Neeraj Kabi and Konkona Sen Sharma, is a gritty investigative drama about the Noida double murder case.

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Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who is saddened by the demise of "simple, practical and caring" former president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, recounts how he had one opportunity of having a telephonic conversation with the genius. The 72-year-old, on his blog, shared: "A simple man, of childlike demeanour, practical, caring and endearing to all...my only achievement of contact with him - a telephone conversation just before he was announced to be the next President of India. India is grieved." Kalam died on Monday evening in Shillong, where he was delivering a lecture at a premium educational institute. "Sudden end to an iconic figure...the brain behind the phenomenal presence of India in science, missile technology and several other achievements connected with space research and putting India on the world map in these facilities,` Big B added.

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