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Bollywood Baatein

Anoop Kumar

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

Deepika Padukone, who has reportedly rekindled her romance with long-time boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor, has clarified that she is not planning to get married anytime soon. "I am just 24 and I have a enough time to decide whom and when to get married to. So, whenever that happens, I will let you people know, " Deepika told reporters at a press conference. Right now Deepika is excited about walking the red carpet at the ongoing 63rd Cannes International Film Festival for liquor brand Chivas Regal. "This is the first time I am going to a festival like this. Initially I was a bit hesitant but now I am looking forward to meet great people from all across the globe, " she said.

Prakash Jha has approached Amitabh Bachchan for his next film, 'Aarakshan', which revolves around the issue of reservations and student politics. Jha met the Big B  at his home and showed the 67-year-old the script for the film.  Bachchan also said that Jha wanted to have Ajay Devgn, Manoj Bajpai and Katrina Kaif as part of the cast. "But he is still to finalise them, " he said. Bachchan said that he was impressed by Jha's latest film 'Raajneeti' which releases on June 4.  "He played a show reel for me on his upcoming project 'Raajneeti'. Intense and with a host of some very fine artists," Bachchan said.

John Abraham will be the first film actor from any part in the world to shoot on the mythic Westminster Bridge in the heart of London.  On one of the given dates the Westminster Bridge, forever buzzing with activity, will be cordoned off for a historic romantic shot, in the most virgin film locale available to a crew. Between May 11 and 13—the exact date and time not being revealed to avoid an avalanche of NRIs creating a stampede—John Abraham will get ultra-romantic with his co-star Pakhi at one of London’s most scenic and tourist-friendly locations, the Westminster Bridge which stands over the legendary River Thames.

Though Soha is most excited about is her first film with her mother the ever-gorgeous Sharmila Tagore in Sangeeta Dutta's Life Goes On surprisingly working with her mom is something Soha doesn't want to do again in a hurry. Says Soha excitedly, “It's my first film with mom. Hopefully we won't have to to face the camera in a hurry again. In spite of having years of experience playing her daughter the experience of doing it for the camera just unnerved me.” This, in spite of the fact that Sharmila chose to be very restrained on the sets. “Normally when it comes to shooting my mom is usually very hands-on. But this time she just let it be. She did take a keen interest in my clothes makeup, etc. But once we faced the camera she let the director Sangeeta Dutta do all the directing.” Soha listened to her mother about the clothes. “Because she has great taste. But it's so morbid I've become petrified about losing my mother after doing a film on a daughter losing her mom.”

Actor Macmohan, best known for playing the role of Gabbar Singh's sidekick Sambha, in Ramesh Sippy's superhit 1975 film Sholay, died on May 10th  at the Kokilaben Dhirubhani Ambani hospital at Andheri (West). The actor, whose real name was Mohan Makhijani, was suffering from lung cancer, hospital sources said. He was 71. Macmohan, who started his career with the film Haqeeqat in 1964, acted in over 175 films in a career spanning 46 years. He shot to fame as the gun-toting dacoit Sambha in Sholay. He essayed a number of villainous roles in films like Don, The Burning Train and Satte Pe Satta. "No one could have suited Sambha's role better than Macmohan. He will always be remembered by that role," Ramesh Sippy told the Press Trust of India

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