Hey Everyone! It’s Alisha Khan!

8 12 2009

Hey “Bollywood Aaj Kal” goers it’s Alisha Khan the site admin 🙂 For months people have been after me to join sites and become an interactive person, so I decided to listen and post my identity and I now what to interact with all my fans! Join these sites and see my profile and become my friends along with other “BAK” goers and talk about your bollywood stars/yourself, share, and laugh 🙂

Hope to see you all there! The sites I’m currently on right now are:

My Orkut Profile : http://www.orkut.com/Main#Profile?uid=3954274883994287607

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I’m not turning producer:Katrina Kaif

24 11 2009

“I have no clue from where these rumours originate. It all seems to be coming out of thin air. There was never any indication by me in this regard,” Katrina told IANS.

There were reports that Katrina was playing a student in love with a married doctor in the remake of the French film “A la folie…pas du tout” (“He Loves Me…He Loves Me Not”). While she urges him to leave his pregnant wife, he doesn’t reciprocate accordingly.

“Well, sounds like an interesting story. However, any talk centred on the production of this film or any other movie for that matter is plain speculation,” the actress said. Katrina lights up when the talk veers to the super success of “Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani”. “Well, yes, we have got an amazing reaction for the film. Honestly, that was never really expected. Hence the way it has opened and sustained itself so well is pretty much a pleasant surprise,” said Katrina who teamed up with Ranbir Kapoor in the romantic comedy.

She is aware that now suddenly everybody feels that Katrina and Ranbir make the hottest on-screen pair and should be seen in more movies. “Of course, if a good film comes in, I would love to do a film with Ranbir. However, I can’t just look at my co-star – I should have an amazing role, the script should be good and so should be the director. Even if one of these anchors fall down, the movie can’t be expected to fetch great results,” she said.

Katrina would be next seen in Priyadarshan’s “De Dana Dan” opposite Akshay Kumar that releases this Friday. For someone who was written off six years ago after the release of “Boom” (2003), she has indeed come a long way with more than five hits in two years. Does she get impacted by people’s adulation?

“Frankly, I take it all with a pinch of salt. One can never get too carried away in this industry because at the end of the day, it doesn’t achieve you anything at all. The best way is to look at the work you are doing and continue to make careful choices,” Katrina said.





Katrina rejects 2.5 cr for family!! :)

18 11 2009

The story goes that the actress, whose latest film Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani has got her closer to Kareena Kapoor in the box office stakes, turned down a lucrative offer of Rs 2.5 crore by a five-star hotel in Juhu to be its New Year’s eve star.

This, by far, is the biggest sum ever offered to any Bollywood personality for a New Year’s eve appearance. But Katrina could not be bothered. Apparently, she said she was unavailable because she intends to spend the Christmas and New Year vacation in London with her family.

No doubt, the actress must have taken the difficult decision after much deliberation and weighing the pros and cons of the situation. Katrina is remaining tight-lipped because she doesn’t want the hotel to suffer when it approaches another actress to do the same job, but a close friend of the actress said she was sorely tempted to take up the offer at one stage.

When asked about her plans for December 31, Katrina said guardedly, “I’m heading to London to bring in Christmas and New Year with my mother, sisters and brothers. It’s an annual family ritual. And I wouldn’t like to break it for any amount of money in the world.”





My girlfriend cried through Jail: Neil Niten Mukesh

11 11 2009

Neil mother and girlfriend sobbed uncontrollably throughout. “Priyanka Bhatia and my mom were hysterical with grief. They weren’t looking at just a character being put through a traumatic time. To them, it was someone who they both love in pain in front of their eyes,” said Neil. Neil admits Priyanka is an integral part of his family. “My parents and her parents don’t only know and like one another we also visit one another’s homes constantly. More than lovers we’re friends first. There’s a comfort level in our interaction that makes us very relaxed with one another. We don’t have to hide anything. We meet openly and are very proud of one another. There’s no pressure for marriage on either side. When it happens, it happens. The marital status on the passport would hardly alter anything between us.”

Priyanka has done a course in fashion designing. Neil is open to the idea of Priyanka designing his clothes for his films. “I’d love that. But it should happen on its own. Neither Priyanka nor I want to pressurize anyone to use her skills. But if it happens I’d be very happy to be dressed up by her.”

Another happy happening is the fact that Neil’s colleague Ranbir Kapoor’s film Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani releases on the same day as Neil’s Jail. Says Neil, “Ranbir and I are of course competitors. But there’s no negative rivalry between us. Our respective fathers would kill us if we behaved like two brats fighting for the same roles. I’m proud that Ranbir’s and my grandfather were very close friends. My father and Ranbir’s father adore each other. Ranbir is like my younger brother.”

So is Neil saying Ranbir is no competition? “Of course he is!” rejoins Neil. “I’d want Ranbir’s film to do as well as mine. Fortunately, Jail and Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani look like the North and South pole.” On Tuesday night, all of Neil’s forthcoming directors saw Jail at Yashraj Studios. “David Dhawan, Abbas-Mustan, Kunal Kohli and Ken Ghosh saw the film. I think they liked what they saw. So I’m safe in their films.”





Ranbir and Katrina at Fame Malad

9 11 2009





Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani coming out this Friday!!

2 11 2009

Go out and watch Katrina and Ranbir’s ‘Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani’ , a cute movie!! 🙂





No comments on Salman: Katrina Kaif

28 10 2009

Yet the city had no gripes about the ek se badhkar do phenomenon. If Salman Khan was the most Wanted man on Friday, attracting press like moths to a lightbulb, Katrina left us wanting on Monday. For those taking stock of her dazzling rise, it is hardly ajab to presume that her ghazab ka bankability has only helped bankroll projects.

And it is this unwavering faith invested in her histrionics and a New York that turned the tide for her. “New York surprised many. That I was inclined to look beyond the hackneyed was a clear signal sent out. With New York, Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani, De Dana Dan and Rajneeti, I’ve done a mixed bag of roles,” says Katrina.

She is clear that “good cinema” (read ones that give “creative satisfaction”) is what she wants to do. And Ajab … did lend itself to ingenuity. And she was living by her wits shooting with quick-witted Ranbir Kapoor. But wasn’t she browbeating him on the sets if what Ranbir alleged was true? Katrina vehemently refutes, “I am not a bully. I want to kill him for saying that.” But quickly adds, “I am saying that after saying I’m not a bully.

” Katrina is all praise for her co-star’s Wake Up Sid stirring an otherwise sluggish run of movies at the turnstiles. “Ranbir did great. Konkona was equally good,” says Katz, prudently.

Always on the ball, it comes as no surprise that Katrina having dethroned her reigning peers is also the new endorsement queen, what with her equity rising sharply. “We have grown up on brands. There have been some that I’ve wanted to endorse. I’ve just been plain lucky that a few have come my way. There are a few more left to conquer,” she ribs. Like Priyanka’s character in Fashion, would it unsettle her if she were to wake up one day to find “someone younger unseating her? “It doesn’t bother me,” she says, impassively.

In fact, Katz is just as offhand handling the now-on now-off rumours of her relationship with Salman Khan. “I don’t react to hearsay,” Katrina maintains, saying that the more one confabs, the more likely are others to jump to conclusions.

She has no difficulty though talking about the drivel surrounding her cameos in films. About her guest role in Blue or of Salman’s supposed special appearance in Ajab … , she explains, “Salman has never really given his career much thought. He always thinks with his heart. I agree that sometimes you need to do stuff for your friends. You have to do what you feel at that point in time.” An approach that hasn’t let her down so far. A gut reaction she has come to rely on.

Without forewarning, when asked on impulse when is a relationship ajab or ghazab, Katz after careful consideration says, “Every relationship is ajab for sure. It becomes ghazab when you understand what you share with that person.” It’s a no-brainer.