After calling Badshah a Nano, Yo Yo Honey Singh now disses Raftaar

Yo Yo Honey Singh is back on the block and not without a bang. A few days ago, we informed you how Honey Singh compared Badshah to a Nano, when asked if he was worried about the latter having taken over the scene in Singh's absence. To this Singh had said, "There is a difference between Rolls Royce and Nano." Well, this did not go down too well with Badshah's friend, Raftaar, who in turn termed Yo Yo an "insecure girl." And Mr Singh has struck back! When asked by PTI what he has to say about Raftaar's remark, the rapper-singer-actor retorted saying, "I don't know who he is!" ORIGINAL POST:

Now, John Abraham turns singer for 'Rocky Handsome'

Bollywood's leading actors trying their hand at singing has become a trend these days. Stars like Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Priyanka Chopra and few others have gone behind the mic and the latest to join the bandwagon is the handsome John Abraham. According to a report on, John recently recorded an unplugged version of 'Alfazon Ki Tarah', a romantic rock balled composed by Ankita Tiwwari, for his upcoming film 'Rocky Handsome'. The report quoted a source saying that the OST has already been launched in Mumbai. The makers still haven't finalised how they would shoot the video though. Singing is not the only extra-curricular activity that John has carried out fo

Prepare for Priyanka Chopra's World Domination

You've seen Priyanka Chopra before. It's almost guaranteed—especially if you live in New York, where she's been staring you down all season from virtually every taxi top, billboard, city bus, and subway station in the city in ads for her ABC series Quantico. Or maybe you've spotted the Indian actress and winner of the 2000 Miss World title in any of the 50-plus Bollywood movies she's starred in, or maybe you've glimpsed her on the cover of GQ's India edition. And if not, no matter—she'll make absolutely sure you know her by name by the time she's done. Quantico finds Chopra in her first starring role in an American production as Alex Parrish, a top FBI recruit who finds herself accused of ma

Neha Dhupia: Being public face makes a difference

Actress Neha Dhupia says as a celebrity she has always gravitated to issues close to her heart, adding that "public face makes a very big difference". The actress has joined hands with beauty brand Kiehl's and Teach For India to educate underprivileged children. Neha said that people tend to stop and pay attention to an issue with a celebrity on board. "I think the fact that you are a public face makes a very big difference. More importantly people try and listen and probably I think as a brand you leverage yourself to the things you believe in and education is something that I believe in and I like to leverage myself towards it," Neha told IANS. Sometimes actors are condemned for taking awa

Revealed! The real reason behind Arbaaz Khan – Malaika Arora’s split

A few weeks ago, the nation was taken by a major shock when rumours of Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora Khan ending their 18-year long marriage came our way. While we dismissed them off as rumours initially, reports of the couple not getting along (or even shooting together) on the sets of their TV show and that of Malaika moving out of her house forced us to believe that there might be some truth in the rumours. Naturally, we wondered what could have gone wrong suddenly. Turns out, it wasn't so sudden after all. According to a report on, it was Malaika who wanted to be out of this marriage. The report quoted a source saying that Malaika has reportedly always had a problem

Sonu Sood gets Farah Khan to choreograph for his film with Jackie Chan

ASonu Sood, who plays the lead with Jackie Chan in an Indo-Chinese production, has got choreographer-director Farah Khan on board for a dance number. Recommended By Colombia A source says, "Sonu is close friends with Farah as he had worked with her in Happy New Year. He shares a good rapport with the makers of his upcoming film as well. After the Rajasthan schedule was finalised, he suggested that they incorporate a Bollywood-style song sequence. They agreed and entrusted him to get Farah on board." While Jackie will arrive in India later this week for the fortnight-long schedule, we hear the song will be shot next week. "Jackie will also be singing the number in English and Hindi," reveals

Kartik Aaryan: I'd love to play anti-hero like Shah Rukh Khan in 'Baazigar'

Actor Kartik Aaryan, who shot to fame with director Luv Ranjan's romantic comedy film 'Pyaar Ka Punchnama', says he would love to play an anti-hero a la superstar Shah Rukh Khan's character from 'Baazigar'. "If there is a remake of 'Baazigar', I would love to play a role like Shah Rukh sir. I would love to play an anti-hero. I feel that apart from comical roles, I should also explore romance, action, but slowly," Kartik told IANS on the sidelines of the Times Of India Film Awards (TOIFA) here. Kartik was nominated for the Best Actor in a Comic Role category of TOIFA, but he lost to Deepak Dobriyal, who impressed critics and audiences alike in 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns'. Making people laugh is

Amy Jackson: I’ll be more than just a glam doll

British model-actress Amy Jackson was only 17 when she was signed for the Tamil film 'Madrasapattinam' and flew down to India for a six-month schedule. "I was playing an English Governor's daughter and got away with my weird accent. I was young and directionless but I've realised since that being an Indian actor is a lot of hard work and choosing not to go with the flow," says the 24-year-old while her mother and team are asleep in the adjacent room of the vanity van. Everyone is tired after a harrowing week. Amy has been filming Shankar's big-budget sequel of 'Enthiran,' '2.0,' which will be releasing in Hindi as 'Robot 2' and Sohail Khan's yet-to-be-titled production, featuring Nawazuddin

Akshay Kumar in a double role in ‘Kaththi’ remake

Akshay Kumar will reunite with his 'Holiday' director AR Murugadoss for the remake of the filmmaker's 2014 Tamil action-drama 'Kaththi'. Their first collaboration had also been the official remake of the filmmaker's Tamil hit 'Thuppakki'. Both the original films had featured South actor Vijay in the lead. 'Kaththi' featured Vijay in a double role - as a petty thief and a postgraduate with staunch communist ideologies. "Murugadoss is presently re-scripting the film to fit a more North Indian set-up but Akshay will be seen in a double role," a source close to the development informed Mirror, adding that the original story revolved around the issue of farmers committing suicide due to corporate

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