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Bollywood Baatein

Anoop Kumar
03/03/2010

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

Vipul Shah's schedules for Action Replayy seem to be going awry for no fault of anybody's.  First it was his principal actors' choc-a-block schedules that delayed the film. Now when the film had just two more songs to be filmed, Vipul is again left high and dry. And it's not his to question why. Because this time it's the weather gods who are to blame. The song was to be shot in Manali. “And who would have thought there would be snow in Manali in February?! It has never happened before!” marvels Vipul.  “We had planned the whole song schedule for a time when we were sure there would be no inclement weather. When we got to know there was heavy snowfall we were stunned. There was no way we could shoot, ” says Vipul who now needs to find alternative dates for the Manali song. Easier said than done, considering how busy Aishwarya and Akshay are.

The high-drama that began at Hema Malini's Goregaon bungalow on Saturday night seemed to be finally ending on a positive note for the harassed actress when the kingpin behind the huge theft of approximately Rs 80 lakhs turned out to be a member of her staff. Most of the stolen goods were gold ornaments. By Tuesday morning the cops were expected retrieve the entire loot from the nabbed culprit. However till Wednesday morning Hema had not got back the stolen valuables. She was pretty sure, though that the ornaments would be retrieved since the culprit had been apprehended. Says the Dream Girl, “It's very worrisome. But we can't seem to find the staff we can trust. The security guard at our Goregaon residence was caught sleeping when the burglary happened. At the same time we've to depend on security and domestic staff. But how do we make sure they're to be trusted?I do miss a male presence in the house at a time like this. Looking into a police matter is not the way I wanted to spend my Holi.”

Abhishek Bachchan washed dishes at the Golden Temple in Amritsar as part of his kar seva. The actor was in Amritsar with his sister Shweta Nanda. They visited three prominent gurdwaras.  "Abhishek did some kar seva by cleaning up the premise, and washing the dishes at the 'langar' (in the Golden Temple). There were two other prominent gurdwaras that they visited," Amitabh posted on his blog bigb.bigadda.com Thursday. The 67-year-old, whose mother Teji Bachhcan belonged to a Sikh family, is happy to see the religious side of his children. "It is always such a joy to see children putting their minds to faith and devotion. Nothing would give me greater joy and nothing I believe could be better than their achievement in belief and prayer," he added.  Abhishek, who visited Amritsar for the shooting of his reality show "Bingo", also posted a message on his Twitter page saying: "Went to the Golden Temple at 3 in the morning. Did seva for about an hour, then just sat there listening to the kirtan."

Priyadarshan has roped in Ajay Devgn and Bipasha Basu in his next venture titled ‘Ram Leela’. The director who has made his mark both down south and in b-town has decided to use folk-music for this film. Irshad Kamil has penned down the lyrics for this film to the music composed by Pritam Chakraborty. Singer Ajay Jhingran of ‘Billu’, ‘Hazaron Khwahishen Aisi’ and ‘Page 3’ fame is extremely thrilled about the project.“I’m super-excited about the music of this film. So far, two songs have been recorded. One of the songs has a typical folkish music which goes like ‘Aao Suno Suno Ram Katha’. The song has pure Hindi lyrics which makes it a very refreshing, ” narrates the excited singer.

Bollywood actress Rani Mukerji will shoot a romantic film in Malaysia's Kuala Terengganu state in May. Mentri Besar, chief minister of the state that is located 500 km northeast of the national capital, has said his government is "excited that a Bollywood production house has selected Kuala Terengganu as its shooting location". This could boost the state's tourism industry, reported The Star newspaper.

 



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