Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Teray mast mast do nain from Dabang 2

Lara Dutta is now Mrs Mahesh Bhupathi

Lara Dutta is now Mrs Mahesh BhupathiThe details of Lara-Hesh's registered marriage, sangeet and the Victorian style wedding in Goa

By the time you read this, Lara Dutta will be Mrs Mahesh Bhupathi. The actress had a registered marriage with the tennis star in Mumbai today.

It was attended only by his and her family at the groom's Bandra residence. 

The actress wore a white outfit from designer Ritu Kumar's Falaknama collection. Later today, the Mr And Mrs will fly down after that to Goa. 


There will be a sangeet on February 18 at Club Fresh, a newly opened beach resort on Candolim beach. It was chosen by the bride because of she felt it was ideal for her sangeet a blend of Goa and the west. 

Sonakshi gets into Katrina's bath-tub

Sonakshi gets into Katrina`s bath-tubBy Subhash K Jha

It is her first television ad campaign.And Sonakshi Sinha riding high after the Dabangg and the slew of awards last year, has bagged the coveted campaign as the brand ambassador for Dyna soap. The soap was earlier endorsed by Katrina Kaif. Coincidentally both the divas are Salman Khan’s protégées.

So you would think there would be tension between the two divas, specially since Sonakshi is doing a spate of Salman films. But no such thing! 

The two ladies get along very well, thank you. Sonakshi is full of admiration for her senior and thinks Katrina conducts herself in the entertainment industry with great dignity.

She doesn’t think she has replaced Katrina in the soap ad. 

Says the sprightly softspoken Sonakshi, “Katrina had done the Dyna campaign many years back and they haven't had a brand ambassador after her. So like every brand and

Deepika adopts fly-by-night diplomacy to beat Katrina

Deepika adopts fly-by-night diplomacy to beat KatrinaBy Subhash K Jha

Kareena Kapoor showed up solo for Imran Khan's reception hosted on Saturday evening by his uncle Aamir Khan. Saif Ali Khan was shooting in far away Bhopal for Prakash Jha's Aarakshan. He could not attend the party.

But Deepika Padukone who was also shooting in Bhopal with Saif couldn't be kept away from the big evening. Not when Aamir and his wife Kiran Rao had personally called her to invite her.

Apparently Deepika flew into Mumbai from Bhopal by a chartered plane and flew right back. She was shooting in Bhopal till 8 pm. She caught the flight an hour later and headed straight for the Taj Lands End in Mumbai. 

After partying with Aamir and Imran till the wee hours she headed straight back to Bhopal early in the morning, catching a few snoozes on flight. She headed to location sharp on the dot for the morning shift on Sunday in Bhopal.

Scoop: Salman and Katrina back together

Scoop: Salman and Katrina back togetherThis time, they will come together for a Yash Raj film, to be directed by Kabir Khan
PS: Katrina Kaif has also given the nod to a YRF film with SRK, to be directed by Yash Chopra

According to highly places sources, Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif will be seen together in a film directed by Kabir Khan, for Yash Raj Films.

She has been signed for two films for the banner. The second one stars Shah Rukh Khan, and will be directed by Yash Chopra. 

Says a source, "The film with Shah Rukh will be a romantic one and will go on floor by the end of this year. The SalKat starrer is an action-thriller-romance." 

While the SRK-Kat pair is interesting because they've never been paired together in a film, the SalKat jodi is exciting, given their personal history, and their hit films together.

The estranged lovers were last seen

Katrina reveals her wedding and kids plans in a men's magazine

Katrina reveals her wedding and kids plans in a men`s magazineKatrina Kaif appears on the latest cover of a men's magazine. In the accompanying interview, she treads through each question carefully as usual. Here are some excerpts...

WEDDING? "Do I see myself married in two years? I don't really know. I think by the time I'm around 33, I should be having kids. But you can't plan it.

I do want to get married, but do I want to have a child grow up without a father? No. I think you need more security."

SEE "ME": "I'm not comfortable beyond a certain line of sensuality, " she says.

"I think it can be offensive to certain sectors of your audience. It's important that it comes across as you."

KAT, THE NOMAD: "I have a lot of feelings of being lost and shy and isolated. I felt alien, " she says. 

"It makes you feel unsettled in your mind

Govt to accept court verdict on Davis: Gilani

Govt to accept court verdict on Davis: Gilani ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilanisaid on Wednesday said that the government's stance was very much clear on the US national Raymond Davis case and any decision by the court or the heirs of the deceased would be acceptable to it.

Speaking at National Seerat Conference here, he said that Davis' matter was before the court where proofs would have to be presented and it would decide the case. 

"The government has never asked the Foreign Ministry to write any summery on the issue and the Foreign Secretary has spelt out the government position and it is now for courts to interpret these things," the Prime Minister told Ulema and Mashaikh, who gathered here from across the country. 

John Kerry calls on Zardari, Gilani

John Kerry calls on Zardari, Gilani ISLAMABAD: Chairman of the United States Senate Foreign Relations Committee Senator John Kerry called on President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Shaikh separately and discussed with them the issue of Raymond Davis, Geo News reported on Wednesday.

According to the sources, in the meeting with President Asif Ali Zardari, Senator Kerry said that Pakistan is bound to implement on Vienna Convention, therefore, the US diplomat Raymond Davis be released. 

The US Senator also discussed Pak-US bilateral relations besides regional issues with the President.

Earlier, Senator Kerry met Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani and demanded release of Raymond Davis. He assured the PM that criminal investigations would be

Davis doesn’t have blanket immunity: Qureshi

Former Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that Raymond Davis does not have blanket immunity.
Speaking at news conference after meeting with US senator John Kerry, Qureshi said that the nation wants conscientious decision on Davis case.
He said that officers at the Foreign Ministry had briefed him that the U.S. accused does not enjoy complete diplomatic immunity.
Responding to allegations of being sympathetic to former president Pervez Musharraf. Qureshi said that he

'Hannah Montana' destroyed family, Miley's dad says

 NASHVILLE: Billy Ray Cyrus says the Disney TV show "Hannah Montana" destroyed his family, causing his divorce and sending daughter Miley Cyrus spinning out of control.

In a December interview published in the Feb. 22 issue of GQ Magazine, Cyrus said he wished the show that launched his daughter to pop stardom had never happened.

"I hate to say it, but yes, I do. Yeah. I'd take it back in a second," Cyrus said. "For my family to be here and just be everybody OK, safe and sound and happy and normal, would have been fantastic. Heck, yeah. I'd erase it all in a second if I could."

Cyrus and his wife, Tish, filed for divorce in October

Cameron calls in Larry the cat to catch the rats

Cameron calls in Larry the cat to catch the rats LONDON: Downing Street has a new occupant -- a street-smart character with a licence to kill.

Larry the cat has been brought in to the Prime Minister's official residence to clean up a gang of rats who have been openly parading in front of the TV cameras.

He had lately been living at the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home after having been taken in as a stray.

He was recruited on Tuesday specifically for catching rats, but Prime Minister David Cameron's young children are believed to have been in favour of seeing him move in.

Larry will be looked after by Downing Street staff, who helped choose him, and will have the run of most of the offices and official rooms as well as the garden

Early balding linked to risk of prostate cancer

Early balding linked to risk of prostate cancer LONDON: A study showing that men who start to go bald at 20 may be more likely to develop prostate cancer in later life suggests they might benefit from early screening or preventative therapy, scientists said on Tuesday.

French researchers compared 388 men being treated for prostate cancer with 281 healthy men and found that those with the disease were twice as likely as the healthy men to have started losing their hair when they were 20.

If the men only started going bald when they were 30 or 40, there was no difference in their risk of developing prostate cancer compared to the healthy group.

Eid Milad-un-Nabi (SAWW) today

KARACHI: The nation is celebrating Eid Milad-un-Nabi (PBUH) today (Wednesday) with religious fervour, renewing the pledge to follow the teachings of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH)

Eggs lower in cholesterol: study

LONDON: Eggs are actually 14 percent lower in cholesterol and 64 percent higher in vitamin D than previously thought, according to the findings of a study

Adam Sandler's romantic farce boasts secret weapon

LOS ANGELES: As generic as its title, "Just Go With It" aims at two different constituencies, Adam Sandler's rude-guy-humor fans and Jennifer Aniston rom-com loyalists and just partially hits both targets

Shehzad hands Pakistan morale-boosting win

DHAKA: Ahmed Shehzad and Misbah-ul-Haq helped to put Pakistan's recent troubles behind them as the duo hit centuries to steer their team to a morale-boosting 89-run victory over Bangladesh in a World Cup warm up match on Tuesday.