- Actress Asin Loves Adventure Sports
- Isha Sharvani Out Of Viswaroopam
- Trisha's call sheet Management
- Richa Gangopadhyay shoots in freezing cold
- Poonam Pandey the most searched hot model
- 'Raavanan' in Austrian Film Museum
Posted: 02 Mar 2012 04:54 AM PST
Asin is presently involved in the Shooting of the Bollywood film 'Bol Bachchan'. The filming of this movie, by Rohit Shetty is on in Panchgani. In between, Asin got a day off. During that break, she wanted to try Adventure Sports.
Close sources to the Actress Asin say that, "Very few people know that Asin is a fan of adventure sports and loves trying out new stuff all the time. So, when she found out about the paragliding facility in Panchgani, she immediately made a plan to try it out.
Asin does not stop with Adventure Sports like Paragliding alone. She rents Cycle in the evenings after the Shooting is over, and goes on cycling on a unique trail, which is made especially for cyclists. The Sources adds that, "Asin tries that, she does not miss out on her cycling as it's an easy form of exercise,"
Posted: 02 Mar 2012 03:53 AM PST
It looks like things are yet to settle down when it comes to the leading ladies of Kamal Haasan's magnum opus, 'Viswaroopam'. Bollywood actress Isha Sharvani, who was expected to share the screen space with the Ulaganayagan, has reportedly opted out of the project.
"With a heavy heart, I had to walk out of Viswaroopam due to date issues. I was so happy when I was approached by Kamal sir's office. I was thrilled to act with an actor like Kamal. But I had no other option than to stay out of the film since I could not allot dates," she said.
'Viswaroopam', directed by Kamal and produced by the actor's home banner Raajkamal in association with PVP Cinema, is being reportedly made at a budget of nearly Rs 150 crore. Kamal is said to be playing more than one roles in the movie.Recently, the cast and crew returned India after shooting some important scenes in the United States. It is said that Kamal is planning to release the movie by the middle of this year, in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi.
Posted: 02 Mar 2012 03:37 AM PST
Posted: 02 Mar 2012 03:18 AM PST
clothes to protect herself from the biting cold!
Richa is shooting for two songs for her forthcoming Bengali film Mahashatru, a remake of Karthi's Siruthai. It's her first film in her mother tongue.
Richa and the unit took 24 hours from Kolkata to reach Petra via Dubai and Amman the historical and archaeological city in Jordan, where many Tamil film songs have been shot.
The weather in Petra was supposed to be cool but unusually there was snowfall and Richa had not taken any warm clothing.
The actress who reached Petra at 3am in the morning will be purchasing some winter clothing, so that she can shoot the songs in the outdoor.
For the nextfive days Richa baby is sure going to freeze. Brrrr!
Posted: 02 Mar 2012 03:10 AM PST
girl who went topless. An excited Poonam thanked her fans on Twitter. She tweeted, "Google.co.in/trends/ India is Searching me " Poonam further tweeted, "TweetHearts!! Thanx for Loving so Much muuuuuwhhhaaaa! i alwayz love to be top on Trend …"
It may be noted that Poonam had earlier featured in the Kingfisher Calendar.
Posted: 02 Mar 2012 02:59 AM PST
The reputed Austrian Film Museum, which has so far only 15 Indian movies in its list, will have one more addition soon. It is Mani Ratnam's 'Raavanan', which has Vikram and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in lead roles! It may be mentioned, the Hindi version of the film, 'Raavan', featured Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai.
The library boasts of 25,500 films in its collection, which is considered a treasure trove for movie-buffs. Also, it is home to a library with more than 20,000 books and over 200 magazine titles covering a broad range of film related topics.
According to reports, the museum's director Alexander Horwath was stunned when he watched 'Raavanan' at an international film festival recently, and following this, he decided to have a copy of the movie at his workplace.
"It was a glorious evening," he was quoted as saying about watching 'Raavanan'. He reportedly added: "While reading more about the project, I was struck by Ratnam's approach of shifting around the traditional role of a hero and antagonist in the service of a commentary on present day India."
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