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The gorgeous Aishwarya Rai has thrashed rumors that she was approached for the female lead in a James Bond film. "It all started, supposedly, with some people who had come down to India to meet me regarding it. But that was the time when I met with the accident, so the meeting didn't really come about. But it managed to make it to the headlines!", she said.

Looks like Abhishek Bachchan has picked up expressions and mannerisms from his father. And not just that! He’s also inherited Big B’s singing prowess. Abhishek, reportedly will lend his voice to a song in his upcoming film Bluff Master directed by Rohan Sippy.

It's official now. Madhur Bhandarkar's choice for the lead in his next film 'Corporate' is neither Aishwarya Rai nor Priyanka Chopra. Bipasha Basu has beaten Ash and Priyanka to the winning post. Bhandarkar confirmed that he had cast the actress. Bipasha endorses, "It's a great script. I cannot wait for the film to start."

Govinda, the famous Bollywood actor and Congress MP from Mumbai North constituency, will continue to hold the Lok Sabha seat, and serve the country, but will try to make a film or two in a year, thus striking a balance between political and film career.Rumors are there that Govinda had discussed with Congress leaders on quitting as an MP as he wanted to give full time to films and was not used to the Indian politics, where as the film may give him some relief in his tight financial situation. But Govinda denied such reports as complete gossip, and dismissing them as “false rumors”.

It's a Mumbai celebration and Bollywood's Mumbaikars can't be far off.The film fraternity celebrated Ganeshotsav in their own way. Actor Nana Patekar's Ganesh idol sits in his family home in central Mumbai.Nana may have moved out years ago from this home in Mahim but he returns each year for this ten-day festival. For him it's clearly a family affair."There is a portrait of my grandfather here that tells us we shouldn't do anything wrong. The presence of my father also ensures that. We feel very happy celebrating the Ganesh festival here every year," says Malhar Patekar, Patekar's son.

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