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Bigg Boss 12 first promo out ; Watch Salman Khan teaching a lesson to the contestants

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New Delhi, Aug 12 : The Bigg Boss 12 first promo has been  unveiled with Bollywood  star Salman Khan taking a roll call of a class.The theme of this season of Bigg Boss is  jodis aka pairs, consisting  of twin sisters, a saas-bahu jodi, an electrician, husband-wife, boyfriend-girlfriend, a rapper and a few others.

Bigg Boss, one  of the most controversial reality shows of year,  will go on air on September 16, 2018

Colors’ CEO Raj Nayak posted the promo on his Twitter handle and wrote, “The wait has come to an end! @BeingSalmanKhan is coming back soon on @BiggBoss season 12 only on @colorstv!

 

 

In the promo,Superstar Salman Khan enters the frame as a class teacher and instructs his students, who are people belonging to different walks of life.Salman says, “Iss baar badal jayegi game ki ABCD, jab ayengi vichitra jodis. Bigg Boss Season Baarah, mere sath aa ra, aa ra. aa ra.”

Salman used to offer advice to unruly kids and this time he has been made officially a teacher who never shies away from reprimanding them when they are wrong.

The ‘students’ appear in pairs as well as alone. The audience should be ready to have another season of most controversial fights, romance,planning and dialogues.

 

 

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20 Years Of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai: Here’s why Shah Rukh Khan signed the film

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Karan Johar with the cast of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai at an event in Mumbai.

Mumbai, Oct 17: On the very special occasion of the 20th anniversary celebration “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai” (KKHH), the lead actor of the film, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan said on Tuesday that initially, director Karan Johar narrated a ‘crap story’ but he signed the film because of the conviction of the director.

“I never listen to scripts, I listen to the heartbeats of the people I work with at times millennial chat with me and say things like why you let go of that script that was such a great script. Till date, I never understood a script. And I can say this with confidence that I never understood the script but the script maker or the filmmaker,” Shah Rukh said in presence of the cast crew and the media as part of the celebration of the 20 years of KKHH; reported IANS.

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Shah Rukh, Kajol and Rani Mukerji on stage with Karan Johar.

He went on adding, “Karan came and narrated an utterly nonsense crap story to me; which is certainly not the one that finally you people saw in the film. In his strange way Karan, the man with many words tried to impress me with his crap story. So yes, I really did not understand the story when I signed in. and I am glad that I did not get into the story and just went ahead with the conviction of Karan, otherwise the film would have not been the way it came out.

From Kareena Kapoor Khan who manage to make time despite having her marriage anniversary party with family, friend and film director Zoya Akhtar, Ayan Mukherjee, Neha Dhupia, Abhishek Bachchan, Shweta Bachchan Nanda, Twinkle Khanna to young actors like Janhvi Kapoor, Ishan Khattar, Varun Dhawan, Siddharth Malhotra, rapper Badshah among many others along with Karan Johar and the star cast of the film joined the party to celebrate the glorious journey of the film.

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Actress Alia Bhatt sent a video message to share her best memory of KKHH.

While sharing the story of how rejecting the film was one of the best contributions from her end to make the film a super hit, Twinkle also quipped about how that decision was one of the best career gifts to Rani Mukherji who eventually played the character of ‘Tina’ in the film.

Released in 1998, the film won National award for “Best Film For Providing Wholesome Entertainment” along with several other awards.

With colourful postcards and written some popular dialogue on them like “Pyaar Dosti Hai”, “I don’t like jokes. I don’t like you” and many more that takes a 90’s kid to the joyride of nostalgia with Rahul and Anjali; a social media booth for celebrities, which was a replica of “The Neelam’s Show” from the film- the evening was not only glamorous with the presence of stars but also filled with beautiful memories of the film.

Though most of the people who were present there, shared their best memory with the film “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai”, Salman Khan couldn’t be there and therefore he sent a video message where he congratulates the filmmaker and the cast of the film adding,” hope he (Karan Johar) works with me in future.”

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Watch Video: Guru Randhawa unveils new-age peppy love song- ‘Downtown’

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Mumbai, Oct 16: After ‘Raat Kamaal Hai’ and ‘Ishaare Tere’, Singer Guru Randhawa on Tuesday launched a single named “Downtown”. He calls it’s a new-age peppy love song.

Shot in Canada, the video depicts Guru with Delbar Arya. It shows swanky cars and Guru can be seen riding a bicycle.

Composed, written and sung by Guru, the latest song has been helmed by DirectorGifty and produced by T-Series.

“The song is about a man chilling with his friends, discussing his achievements and the woman he really likes. It’s a new-age peppy love song that everyone will relate to,” Guru said in a statement.

His famous for songs like “Suit suit”, “High rated Gabru”, “Lahore” and “Ban ja rani”.

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My parents never wanted me to become a musician, says Prasoon Joshi

“‘Tujhe sab hai pata hai na maa’ and ‘Luka chhupi bahut hui’ are my favourites as I am quite touched with this devotional feeling of motherhood, he said.

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Jaipur, Oct 16 : Writer-adman Prasoon Joshi says while his parents were musicians, they were scared to let him become a musician fearing how he would sustain himself.

He says he has seen a lot of struggle to be where he is today, but his first aim was always to be stable in life.

“My parents were musicians but they never wanted me to become a musician. They were scared thinking of how I shall sustain myself after becoming a musician. Looking at their apprehensions, I first completed my masters in Physics and MBA as my primary aim was to become self-reliant so that I could take my passion of being a writer/lyricist forward,” Joshi told IANS here.

“After completing my formal education, I entered the world of advertising. The road and the journey to this point were not at all easy and there was too much struggle in my life. In fact, I struggled a lot. Although I took risks too, but struggle was more in quantum and coming from a middle-class family, there were not many options to choose from, but to become stable in what I was doing first,” he added.

Joshi, chairperson of the Central Board of Film Certification, spoke to IANS on the sidelines of the MTV India Music Summit.

According to him, “The youngsters from middle class families have to choose from limited choices as they first need to think about standing firm on their feet. Once stable, they have to think of taking the next step.”

Citing an example of legendary athlete Milkha Singh in this context, Joshi said: “While writing ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’, Milkhaji shared a similar experience that initially he ran to have an extra glass of milk and the other big goals to earn name and fame came at the next level.”

On the struggles he faced in his life, Joshi said: “During the ‘Rang De Basanti’ shoot, post office hours, I had to rush to the airport, catch a flight to visit A.R. Rahman’s office in Chennai where we used to work the whole night for a song. Next day in the morning, I used to return to Mumbai, go to office directly from airport and get my shave done in office to ensure no one in the office ever knows that I worked the whole night.”

Joshi’s work as a lyricist in Bollywood has fetched him a lot of acclaim.

Asked about his own favourite song, he said his poetry on mother and motherhood are very close to his heart.

“‘Tujhe sab hai pata hai na maa’ and ‘Luka chhupi bahut hui’ are my favourites as I am quite touched with this devotional feeling of motherhood, he said.

Joshi feels budding lyricists should read a lot, get exposed to craft, garner thoughts from life and its experiences, observe even the minutest happening around them and share their innermost feelings.

“Your journey starts from yourself, so try and understand yourself first,” he said.

Joshi added that youngsters should never put the responsibility of pursuing their passion on their parents.

“Poor parents sending money to their kids after withdrawing it from hard earned savings is not acceptable,” he said, suggesting to youths to refrain from being greedy and think of giving back to society.

“Once you have attained a milestone, think of how you can benefit others.”

According to him, one should don all hats with grace. “Live life with dignity and do your best as a son, brother, husband, employee to earn honour and to reward yourself. This shall help you to become proud of yourself.”

For the upcoming struggling singers, he said: “Don’t make the issue of failure or success a matter of life and death. We all have a next chance to prove ourselves.”

On the future plans of the MTV Music India Summit, he said: “We have plans to involve youths, the upcoming musicians in our next edition and are presently working on the idea.”

(Archana Sharma can be contacted at arch[email protected])

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