Kajol gives Karan a hard time on sets!!

23 01 2009

                         

Kajol is known for being Karan’s best…but she always has her ways to rope him in to doing almost anything. We all love Kajol whether we admit it or not. Right?? Well either way I love Kajol!!!

It is said that art imitates life. Following real life examples, over the years our Bollywood films have been replete with hilarious examples where mothers of top actresses accompany their daughters to film sets and tell sundry spot boys ‘baby ke liye juice lao’. However, this time the situation is neither that simple nor lighthearted.

Ask Karan Johar who is not having an easy time shooting for the Shah Rukh Khan- Kajol starrer My Name Is Khan in Los Angeles. Kajol who agreed to do the film after a lot of deliberation is now asking for a far more prominent role in the film. This comes as a surprise considering the deep friendship between Kajol and Karan Johar. And evidently it is Kajol’s mother Tanuja, who is accompanying her, who is to be blamed. Our sources say that Kajol demanded that Karan give her more punchy dialogues only on her mother’s insistence.

An insider said, “Kajol has realised that she does not have too much to do in the film since the film completely revolves around Shah Rukh. Sensing Kajol’s turmoil, Tanuja asked Kajol to convince Karan to give her dialogue which will leave a more lasting impression.”

After Kajol had a talk with Karan, we hear that he had no choice but to bow down to the mother-daughter diktat. We attempted to get in touch with Tanuja but her phone was unreachable.

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21 04 2009
frances

Um! I dnt no wat 2 say! 1st of all i just want 2 say dat I so can’t wait 4 da movie 2 cum out! it is goin 2 b so excitin. A movie involin SRK N KJOL is a movie I can watch all night n all day! No matta if i’m tierd or not. Well I gotta go now, nice 2 talk 2 al yo!!!!!!!

Luv Yo
Connie Frances
10.6 09

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