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Mr Perfect on Berlin film fest jury

Indian star Aamir Khan will bring some Indian spice to the jury at the 61st Berlin film festival next month.

The seven-person jury, headed by Italian-American actress Isabella Rossellini, is tasked with picking the winner of the coveted Golden and Silver Bear prizes in the February 10 to 20 festival in the German capital.

The Berlinale, one of the world's top film festivals, will open with a remake of the classic Western "True Grit" by the Oscar-winning brothers Joel and Ethan Coen.

Allah Rakha Rehman nominated for Oscars

Allah Rakha Rehman known as AR Rahman has bagged two nominations for Oscars once again. This time it is again Danny Boyle's movie that has brought to him the nominations for the 83rd Academy Awards.

Earlier he had bagged three nominations and won two Oscars in the 81st Academy Awards for Danny Boyle's moive Slumdog Millionaire.

Buzz up!The Music Maestro Rahman has been nominated in the Best Original Song for the song ' If I Rise' and the Best Original Score from the film 127 Hours.

We congratulate AR Rahman on his success and hope that he will win the show too.

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Bollywood cutest girl Katrina Kaif with Indian Little Master Sachin Tendulkar.

Tax officials raid at Priyanka, Katrina houses

Indian income tax officials raided the houses of Bollywood actresses Priyanka Chopra and Katrina Kaif.

According to Indian media reports, both female stars are being accused of tax evasion and hiding actual income while filing their income tax returns. The raids were conducted after the income tax department failed to get a satisfactory response.

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Patiala House movie has been sold

Bollywood movie Patiala House has been sold in India. The only two which are left are CP Berar and Delhi/UP. The Mumbai circuit has gone for nearly 8 crore which is a fair price.

The business of Akshay Kumars movies in Mumbai circuit for 2010 was as follows

Housefull - 14 crore

Action Replay - 5.75 crore

Tees Maar Khan - 11.50 crore

Khatta Meetha - 8 crore

When all the circuits are sold the movie will fetch around 21-22 crore from the Indian market which is nearly as much as the 24-25 crore budget. The movie will make huge money for its producers as satellite, music, overseas and Home Video will add another 20-25 crore. The distributors have also been given the movie at fair prices so they should recover their investments.

Salu's 'Ready' is most eagerly awaited movie

Salu Bhai is clearly the man of the moment. Not only is he sweeping the awards for his performance in movie Dabangg, his upcoming movie ‘Ready’ tops the list of most eagerly awaited movies in a public poll.

In the poll, people were asked to vote for the most eagerly awaited movie for the first half of 2011. The choice was between five important movies: Aamir Khan's Dhobi Ghat, Salman Khan's Ready, Hrithik Roshan-Katrina Kaif's Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Priyanka Chopra's 7 Khoon Maaf or Akshay Kumar's Patiala House.

51 percent favoured Salman Khan's Ready, co-starring Asin and directed by Anees Bazmee. The film is not an action thriller but a comedy with doses of action.

Aishwarya and Aamir Patch Up

Aamir Khan and Aishwarya Rai invited to Akshay Kumar's wedding anniversary. The guests invited received a pleasant surprise when they witnessed the two pillars of contemporary Bollywood cinema warmly engrossed in a conversation.

Bollywood parties should be renamed as patch up parties. Apart from sharing food, drinks and gossips, the celebrities also use it as a ground to patch up with their rivals. This time it was Aamir and Ash who used the party as a platform to bond with each other. The two widely popular stars had broken out with each other after Ash opted out of the film ‘Mangal Pandey’ at the last minute.

Somebody immediately had to replace her. So Aamir hurriedly requested Rani Mukerj to act in the movie. Since then, the two had exchanged cold vibes. However, it was all over at the party.

Aishwarya Rai had arrived early for the party. She usually does not stay for more than 10 minutes at parties. However, this time she decided to wait. She really wanted to meet Aamir and his wife Kiran.

Ash and Aamir spoke about several issues including Dhobi Ghat. Aamir had to leave early. It is a well known fact that Aamir is in good terms with Big B. Now he has also patched up with Ash. Looks like the Bachchan Family wants to befriend him knowing the genius in him.

Shahrukh Says Sorry to Salman

ShahRukh Khan apologised to Salman Khan in a Karan’s ‘Koffee with Karan’ programme and wholeheartedly accepted that “if Salman was not talking to him, it was probably his fault.”

While Salman khan said that Shahrukh’s apologies to him are totally fake. He said if Shah rukh really wanted a patch up, opportunities were many ,other than a chat show.

Katrina, Shahrukh in KJo’s next

Bollywood King ShahRukh has scores of reasons to rejoice for. The hero, who bagged the prestigious Zee Cine Award in the Popular Actor category, will soon be seen romancing the Cute Katrina Kaif onscreen. With the duo not having a single film together to their credit, many top films directors are now gearing up to bring the dishy pair together for a movie.

And even though the infamous fight between Salman Khan and Shah Rukh at Katrina Kaif’s birthday party had made her averse to sharing screen space with Shah Rukh, the fact that all leading bollywood girls have romanced Shahrukh is now persuading Katrina to follow suit.

And that’s not all. As per reports, even Shah Rukh is keen to work with Katrina Kaif. Sources have revealed, "At Hrithik Roshan’s birthday bash, Katrina was seen enjoying Shahrukh’s company.

The two talked for a long time and there was hardly any sign of animosity between the two. Not only that, SRK even escorted Katrina back to her car. She left the party with Karan Johar.”

Yamla Pagla Deewana Cast and Review

Yamla Pagla Deewana Movie Cast:
Direction: Samir Karnik;

Cast: Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, Dharmendra, Kulraj Randhawa, Anupam Kher

Yamla Pagla Deewana directed by Samir Karnik, Movie is a frothy that will have the audience in splits. It is a movie that is all about the Dharmendra, Sunny and Bobby who conjure up a great on screen camaraderie to dish out a laugh riot.

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Raveena Walks on Ramp

Indian actress Raveena Tandon along with models walked on ramp Mumbai.

She was wearing beautiful clothing and walked the ramp of the fashion show organized on the theme of tall height.

Raveen said it was a very exciting show of its kind, adding that she enjoined a lot in the show.

Ranbir, Katrina meet secretly in Dehli

Bollywood cute girl Katrina Kaif and Sexist Man Ranbir Kaboor haven't had the time to meet up too often in the recent past, what with Ranbir being busy shooting for Imtiaz Ali's 'Rockstar' in Delhi, and Katrina going place to place to promote 'Tees Maar Khan'. However, Katrina managed to make some time when she was in the delhi promoting her film. We hear she visited Ranbir at sister Riddhima's house, and the two are known to have sorted out their 'issues' then.

All seems to be well between Ranbir and Katrina now, and talks have it that they are indeed dating. Her secret visit to Ranbir's sister's house has helped the romantic link-up rumours between the two re-surface.

Kangna Ranaut in Tanu Weds Manu

Indian actress Kangna Ranaut is going to start new year with fresh new avatar in forthcoming release 'Tanu Weds Manu'. Shedding her neurotic image, Ranaut will be seen in a bubbly and lively character in movie.

Kangna plays the role of Tanu, a small town girl having a zest for life. Always seen playing neurotic and depressed roles, the 'Gangster' actress will offer a new look for the audience in the movie opposite actor R. Madhavan.

Director Anand Rai said, "Yes Kangna plays a small town, wild girl. She is shown as a very bindaas character, and it is a role that Kangna has never portrayed before. Kangna was amazing at the way she pulled off the character of Tanu".

Salu Bhai to host Big Boss 5

The next season of reality show Bigg Boss will be hosted by the Bollywood's bratty boy Salu Bhai again. Salman Khan is keen on signing the fifth edition of Bigg Boss. The current season of the show is wrapping up today with a grand finale.

A source told, "He is extremely happy with the way the show turned up and the response he received. This was his second time as a television host after 10 Ka Dum, He is now looking forward to another stint with Bigg Boss 5."

Meanwhile Salman fans could see him performing at a medley of songs - Humko Pini Hai from Dabangg, Wanted's title track and Barso Re from London Dreams in the grand finale of the show. But we wonder if Bigg Boss would break its tradition of not repeating hosts for Salman Khan.

Shweta Becomes first Girl to win Bigg Boss

Shweta Tiwari emerged the winner of Big Boss Season 4, hosted by Salman Khan on Colors. The audience chose the TV actor over the three other finalists (actors Ashmit Patel and Dolly Bindra, and professional wrestler The Great Khali). Patel and Khali were the second and first runners up, respectively.

Speculation was rife that Patel would win the title. But Shweta became the first girl to win the reality show with a prize money of Rs 1 million announced at a grand finale in Lonavala on Saturday night. Shweta Tiwari gained popularity for her role as Prerna in Balaji soap Kasautii Zindagii Kay that used to air on Star Plus.

All three runners up took home a bike each, while actor model Sameer Soni received a Chevrolet Cruze as a special prize for being the boldest and most stylish participant of this season.

Salman and Arbaaz at Dabangg

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Dhobi Ghat paints mesmerizing portrait Mumbai

Mumbai still called Bombay by many of its denizens, has sat for any number of memorable literary portraits, from Vikram Chandra's "Sacred Games" and Suketu Mehta's "Maximum City" to a foreigner's view in Gregory David Roberts' "Shantaram."

But Kiran Rao's "Dhobi Ghat" is easily one of the most dynamic cinematic portraits of that decaying, vibrant, impossible city. The film is all the more remarkable since it's a first feature by Rao, who has worked in the Hindi film industry but never written or directed a film before.

OK, so she has an advantage being married to Aamir Khan, one of Bollywood's biggest stars, who is her star and co-producer here. But "Dhobi Ghat" is no vanity project; rather, it is a fully realized art film with European sensibilities that intertwines the stories of four characters from different worlds but the same lonely, overcrowded city.

The film opens January 21 simultaneously in L.A., New York and Indian cities where Khan's name should attract many sophisticated cineastes.

The story begins with an unknown woman pointing her video camera out of a taxi into a gray city pelted with rain. She narrates what she sees, then strikes up a conversation with the taxi wallah only to discover they both come from the mostly impoverished state of Uttar Pradesh. They are thus typical of so many of Mumbai/Bombay's teaming masses, poor folks fled to the country's financial and spiritual capital in hopes of a better life.

It is a while before you learn more about this videographer. Instead, the movie takes up a one-night stand and its aftermath between a talented but emotionally remote Hindu artist Arun and an affluent American-born Indian investment banker, Shai , on sabbatical to pursue her passion, which is photography.

Their morning after ends on a bad note, so the two part company with Arun, assuming he'll never see the woman again. But Shai is left with a disquieting sense of unfinished business between them.

Her next encounter is with a dhobi wallah, or clothes washer, Munna, who messes up a stained blouse. When this is resolved, Munna, a poor boy from the slums with dreams of Bollywood stardom, spots her many cameras and asks if she would shoot the portfolio he'll need as an actor.

Thus begins an unlikely friendship where the extremely handsome young man shows the newcomer around his city, which she now sees through the dual filters of his eyes and her lenses. Naturally, he falls for her, but she seems blithely unaware not only of the effect she has on him but the inappropriate nature of their relationship in Indian society.

Having to uproot many times due to Mumbai's short-term tenancy laws, Arun moves into a crumbling flat in the city's Muslim quarter. There he discovers a video diary left by a previous tenant. Yes, you guessed it: This is the diary of the videographer at the film's beginning, a young Muslim bride, Yasmin, newly relocated to the city.

Arun is mesmerized by the videos and launches a series of paintings based on what he sees in them. As he watches, the naive but cheerful bride turns into an unhappy, betrayed woman, whose terrible secret he now learns.

In the intersection of these four people and one city, Rao locates a host of dreams, desires, fears and tragedies. Her stories touch on art, photography, poverty, crime and Mumbai's indelible sense of mystery. In a city where everything is perishable, subject to constant change, four people struggle to send down roots, to discover a sense of belonging. It's almost a quixotic ambition, but then so is a dhobi dreaming of movie stardom.

Through Arun's paintings, Shai's black-and-white photos and Yasmin's video diary, the movie draws you into the mystery and melancholy that is Mumbai. Each of its characters is vividly sketched yet they are only sketches: You don't fully grasp any of them. Their lives and personalities remain partially hidden.

So it is with Mumbai itself. Its secrets hide in shadows while the drama of its boisterous street life and torrential rains forever distract citizens and visitors alike. Mumbai is a formidable force in the lives of all these characters, holding out hopes and fantasies but willing to dash them in a twinkling.