We saw a lot of ups and downs in Bollywood during the past week. While we kick-started our Monday with the new track Khoon Choos Le from the upcoming Saif Ali Khan starrer Go Goa Gone, MissMalini was hosting Myntra’s Star N Style collection launch with Genelia Deshmukh in Hyderabad. Here is a recap of what was happening in the lives of Salman Khan, Barun Sobti, Emraan Hashmi and others.
Salman Khan Takes a Royal Break From His Mental Chaos
Salman Khan was spotted recently exiting suburban Mumbai night club, Royalty. It’s good he’s taking some time to relax, because word has it things are stressful on the sets of his film Mental.
Exclusive: Barun Sobti Speaks About His Upcoming Films!
When Barun Sobti popped into our office for an interview, we asked him all about his films, his upcoming play in Dubai, and whether he has any plans on returning to television. In case you missed it, check out our exclusive interview with the hottie!
He was super sweet, and he even read out some fan messages!
Emraan Hashmi Seeks Divine Intervention!
Photos: John Abraham Launches Song ‘Ala Re Ala’ from ‘Shootout at Wadala’
John Abraham was at the launch of the song Ala Re Ala from his upcoming flick, Shootout at Wadala.
Watch full song here:
Exclusive Behind the Scenes: Barun Sobti & Shenaz Treasurywala in ‘Main Aur Mr Right’
Main Aur Mr Right
We got some exclusive behind-the-scene pictures from the Barun Sobti and Shenaz Treasurywala starrer Main Aur Mr Right, that hits screens somewhere in mid-July.
And Some Sad News…
Exclusive: Shahid Kapoor’s Dog, Kaizer, Passes Away.
Shahid Kapoor and Kaizer
Shahid Kapoor‘s dog, Kaizer, who has been unwell for some time, passed away. He tweeted his fans and thanked them for their love and condolences.
Thank u for all the wishes for KAIZER …
— Shahid Kapoor (@shahidkapoor) April 19, 2013
Priyanka Chopra’s Team Releases a Statement on the Demise of Her Assistant.
Jiban Patra, one of the assistants that accompanied Priyanka Chopra on her trip to the US, had died while in LA, reportedly due to a heart attack.