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Compiled By Anoop Kumar

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

Congratulations to the Bachchan family on the arrival of a baby girl to the family.  The birth was announced on November 16th  morning on the micro-blogging site Twitter by Abhishek, and the whoel bollywood along fans have been celebrating.  

Sonakshi Sinha has donned the western look for a men's magazine cover and this may be her attempt to shed the image that she acquried since "Dabanng", in which she played a village belle.  "I think it is good to look different in every photo shoot or a film. I think all my filmmakers are making me wear saris so I think it's good that in photo shoots I am seen in western outfits.  As an actor, this change is also important. I try and mix it up," said Sonakshi.
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The track from the Tamil film 3 has become an overnight sensation online.   "Believe it or not, it was all impromptu, " says 21-year-old Anirudh Ravichander, music director of the super-hit song, Why This Kolaveri Di for the Tamil movie 3.  The video, which was released on November 16 by Sony Music, already has 14 million hits and counting. The song has (despite its lyrics claiming to be a 'flop song') already gone viral on YouTube and social networking sites, becoming one of the top trending topics on Twitter. "I didn't expect it to become such a huge hit, " says the music director. So much so, even Amitabh Bachchan has tweeted about it: "Just heard Kolaveri after much talk on it... it's so original and catchy...congrats Dhanush and Aishwarya... love (sic)".
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Salman Khan plays the Good Samaritan, yet again. This time for director Siddique who has finally bagged his next project after Bodyguard, thanks to the star. Siddique will now direct a film for Shyam and Narendra Bajaj and though there's little clarity on whether this will be a South remake too, the film would have a A-lister.  Sallu would be a natural choice but he is too busy, so Siddique will have to go star hunting.
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Hollywood-based Indian actress Freida Pinto-starrer "Trishna" will be screened  at the 42nd International Film Festival of India. "Trishna" is about a woman whose life is destroyed by a combination of love and circumstances. Freida, along with director Michael Winterbottom, co-producers Anurag Kashyap and Sunil Bohra as well as composer Amit Trivedi, will attend the screening.  The story is based on Thomas Hardy's classic novel "Tess of the D'Urbervilles".
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