BollywoodNewsWorld.com, Bollywood couple Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao have named their newborn son Azad Rao Khan after scholar and freedom fighter Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, Aamir’s “great grand uncle”. “Hey guys, most excited to share with y’all that we have
Bollywood star Aamir Khan Wednesday said the issue of malnutrition is “foremost” to him and that there is a lot be done to tackle the problem which is severely affecting children all over the country. “I realize there is a
Superstar Aamir Khan has wished success for Shah Rukh Khan’s highly ambitious production venture “RA.One”, which is set to hit the screens on Diwali. “My best wishes to Shahrukh Khan and the entire team. They have put in a lot
After Salman Khan and Shahrukh Khan, it’s Aamir Khan’s turn to make his debut on the small screen. The actor will be seen in a yet-to-be titled show which he calls his “most ambitious project”. The production of the show
“Delhi Belly” may have been a success, but filmmaker Kiran Rao says she is not penning down the script of a sequel. “I am not writing ‘Delhi Belly 2′, not writing or even directing ‘Delhi Belly 2′,” Rao told reporters.
Bollywood megastar Aamir Khan was fined Rs.100 for driving into a no-entry zone here Sunday evening, police said. Khan, accompanied by his family, was driving his silver-coloured BMW car when he took a wrong turn and entered the no-entry zone,
BollywoodNewsWorld.com, In Bollywood, every actor tries his best to reach the top of the ladder and become number one, but according to Aamir Khan, who himself is credited with blockbuster hits like “Ghajini” and “3 Idiots”, Salman Khan is presently
Bollywood can’t get enough of its good old, 40-plus actors – Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and Ajay Devgn. They ruled the roost in the 1990s and after two decades, they are still calling the shots as they
Superstar Aamir Khan claims that he is not against sequels but believes that the films like “Sarfarosh” and “Andaz Apna Apna” that have absolutely independent story to tell should go for it. “I don’t have any objection in a sequel.
Be it the rural flavour of “Ishqiya”, the sexual overtones of “Love Sex Aur Dhokha” or the urban adult comedy “Delhi Belly”, notice how unconventional themes are being lapped up by moviegoers? Viewer tastes appear to be changing as new