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'Why would I do Prem Ratan Dhan Payo for free?'

'Why would I do Prem Ratan Dhan Payo for free?'

'Salman has been my heartthrob since I was 14. He is so incredibly amazing as a person. I am very lucky to be working with him on such a big film.' Straight talk from Sonam Kapoor. It's a package deal these days. Stars who act in a film are also required to promote it in various ways, including giving interviews. There are some stars who do not like this process. Sonam Kapoor, for example, may have enjoyed working with Salman Khan in Prem Ratan Dhan Payo but when it came to talking about ..., 1 week ago

'Shah Rukh has helped all those people who helped him at the beginning of his career'

'When Shah Rukh came into industry, he wanted to do serious roles. He did not want to be a star then. He was not ready to dance. (Choreographer) Saroj Khan would get upset with him. But today, he dances in his films.' Lekh Tandon, who gave Shah Rukh Khan a break in showbiz, talks to Patcy N/ about the superstar. There have been many who helped Shah Rukh Khan become the superstar he is today. Among them is filmmaker Lekh Tandon, who was the first person to discover Shah Rukh and sign ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago 'Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa worked because of Shah Rukh Khan'  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

'All my good work goes against me'

'The beauty of my job is that no matter how well I do it, people will say this guy is insensitive, romancing Sonam, dancing with Jacqueline, going to Poland to shoot a film, when he has a hunting case and an accident case against him.'  'He's enjoying himself; he's earning Rs 600 crore but people don't know how much I have.'  'All my good work goes against me.' Salman Khan gets candid. A Salman Khan interview can be dangerous and definitely not good for the ego. You never know ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

'Had Hrithik not been in films, I would have kept making films with Shah Rukh'

'Shah Rukh had only one bad habit -- he would wake up late. It became my duty to wake him up during the shooting of King Uncle, Karan Arjun and Koyla, since all three films were shot outstation.' Rakesh Roshan takes Patcy N/ back in time. Like Kundan Shah, Rakesh Roshan has some very good memories with Shah Rukh Khan. They have worked in three films together -- King Uncle, Karan Arjun and Koyla. We continue with Shah Rukh's 50th birthday celebrations, and ask Rakesh ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

'People still think I am mad'

'Everyone in my family has got huge success in films but I failed. The person who hits rock bottom has to face his difficulties himself. People at a higher level don't know what's happening down there.' Aamir Khan's brother Faissal tells us where he's been all this time. Just when you thought Aamir Khan's brother Faissal had slid off the map, he made an acting comeback with Chinar Daastaan-E-Ishq, a few weeks ago. The film was not promoted well, and barely saw a decent release. But acting for ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

'It was very scary to shoot with my dad'

'My father (Pankaj Kapur) is the best father in the world. He is not strict; he has never shouted at us.'  'Anybody who meets my mom (Supriya Pathak) will fall in love with her.' 'Bhaiyya (Shahid Kapoor) pampers me. But for him, I will always be a baby. The age difference between us is quite big.' Shaandaar actress Sanah Kapoor talks about her famous family. The pretty Sanah Kapoor makes her acting debut in Shaandaar, which also stars her father Pankaj Kapur and brother Shahid ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'I got more praise than the hero'

Image: Chandrashekhar. Photographer: Pradeep Bandekar 'Shakti Samanta was a very honest man. I have done four films with him. He was very sick before he died; nobody was allowed to see him in hospital. I went but could not bear to see him like that.'  'Iftekar and I would go to see Ashok Kumar often. He would ask me to bring some kheema, as he loved the way my wife prepared it.'  'I would have attended kavi sammelans with Jan Nisar Akhtar (Javed Akhtar's father), Sahir ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'When I was working, I was not allowed to lose weight'

'In school, I would get very upset when guys called me 'moti.' I would pick up fights.'  'But once I started working, I got mentally prepared for it because my weight was my bread and butter.' Going back in time with Guddi Maruti. Actress Guddi Maruti was seen in movies like Shola Aur Shabnam, Biwi No 1, Chamatkar and Khiladi before she vanished from the scene nine years ago. Guddi, whose real name is Tahira Parab, now lives in a sprawling house in the posh Bandra locality (in the western ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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S.F. dog owners get lessons in scaring away coyotes

Photo: Carlos Avila Gonzalez, The Chronicle Image 1 of / 9 Caption Close Image 1 of 9 Sonya Rama tries to make a point about an encounter she had with a coyote during a coyote hazing teaching event presented by Project Coyote ...
 San Francisco Chronicle1 month ago

'I am okay with not being the main heroine'

'There is no longer any pressure to play the heroine. So I can have fun and be the actor I want to be. I can look beyond the hairstyles and the clothes. It is liberating to not have that constant pressure on you.' Lara Dutta enjoys being 'back'!  Lara Dutta loves to talk. We saw that in 2009 and then again in 2010, and she hasn't changed at all. The actress will be seen in Akshay Kumar-starrer Singh Is Bling, and tells Patcy N/ that she's "nothing" like her ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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