Bipasha Basu To In Double Role
06/05/2006 Bipasha Basu
for first time in her career will be playing double role in the Abbas-Mustanís
next untitled currently being shot in London. The comedy film also stars
Bollywood Movie News:
Indian animation filmmaker Gitanjali Rao's Printed Rainbow bagged three awards
at the International Critics week, a day before Cannes came to a close.
Her 15-minute long animation film Printed Rainbow got standing ovations at all the seven screenings.
06/11/2006 Celina Jaitley
is currently busy shooting for of Vikram Bhatt's Red. She was busy the last
two months with her overseas Heat World Tour. She has been given a role of a lifetime
in the movie and
06/09/2006 Madhuri Dixit
, the Dhak Dhak girl, who currently resides in US with her husband, NRI Dr Nene, and her two children
was recently honored on her birthday with a calendar providing her glimpses.
Bollywood comes out to help social causes. The stars from the film industry recently showed their
support for AIDS awareness program by launching a music album Haath Se Haath Milaa, named after the awareness program.
With music from Shankar, Ehsaan and Loy and lyrics are by Javed Akhtar. The songs are sung by
and Shreya Ghoshal and features 50 Bollywood stars and TV actors including
, Fardeen Khan,
06/08/2006 Lisa Ray
may play a lesbian character in Canít Think Straight being directed by Shamim Sarif. Other films that
have tackeled controversial themes are Girlfriend and My Brother Nikhil.
Desi version of Sesame Street ropes in Bollywood stars like Amjad Ali Khan, Rahul Bose, Sivamani,
and Daler Mehndi. The Indian version will be named Galli Galli Sim Sim and have four
lovable muppets, named Chamki, Aanchoo, Googly and Boombah. The show will be shown on Cartoon Network and POGO.
06/07/2006 Sameera Reddy
will become the first Indian actress to be featured in a video game. Sameera will be shown as
a warrior princess who fights savage warriors in a game designed for mobile phones. The game resolves around
ancient Indian city where she fights the tribes trying to attack her fatherís kingdom, which may lead
to become the Indian Lara Croft.
to be now seen in Gujarat. After making big headlines for the past month
now will be allowed to be shown in Gujarat as ordered by the Supreme Court.
06/06/2006IBM plans to triple investment in India
IBM plans to triple investment in India over the next three years to $6 billion to
take advantage of the country's lower-cost labor and diverse engineering skills. The
funding will also add new service delivery centers in Bangalore and a telecommunications
research facility in New Delhi. IBM now employs more people in India than any other foreign company.