Monday, 13 July 2009

Bollywood News

By Sneha May Francis

Kat shows she still cares...
It's standard in Tinseltown that when loved-up couples hit the rocks, the lovebirds quickly collect themselves and pose for happy-couple shots for the media in a lame effort to shut off rumours of what's going on behind closed doors. Well, the scene was no different in B-town: first we hear about Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif's allegedly nasty break-up, with Sallu throwing Kat's shampoos out of the window and Kat supposedly having an SMS link-up with John Abraham. But now we see Kat rushing to be by Sallu's side. For a woman who's never really acknowledged their romance, this outing was definitely a first! Clearly, she's out to prove her love is real and that she's here to stay, that is until John Abraham's back on the market!

Sanju gets folks' name inked on him
He may have had little luck in Indian politics, but hunky Sanjay Dutt is determined to get back on track. After proclaiming to the world how lovely his wife Manyata is and that his marriage is rock-solid, he then took off to finish his existing Bollywood commitments. He has now returned on the scene, only to ink the names of his parents, both legendary actors, on his chest.
A little birdie tells us that Sanju has headed to the beachy town of Goa to get his mom Nargis' name tattooed in Urdu and his dad Sunil Dutt's name in Devnagari script. We hear the act is to show the world that his folks will always remain close to his heart. His darling Manyata has certainly found a place in Sanju's heart, but when will she find one on his tattooed chest?

Big B rejects aussie honour
After news of 'racial' attacks on Indian students in Australia, Amitabh Bachchan decided to show his solidarity by refusing to accept an honourary degree that was to be bestowed on him by an Australian university. On his blog, Big B reprinted the letter of regret that he sent the educational institution. It's heartening to see that at least some Bollywood stars stick to their guns and actually act on their conscience.

Published: June 10, 2009, e+, GULFNEWS

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