Amitabh Bachchan, Deepika Padukone,Saif Ali Khan and Prakash Jha at a promotional event for the film “Aarakshan”,in New Delhi.
Team Aarakshan goes back to school with some cool lessons. Deepika Padukone showed off her moves, Saif Ali Khan played a few notes on his guitar and Prateik Babbar some of his graffiti strokes. Not to be left behind, headmaster
Watch the theatrical trailer of “Aarakshan” starring Amitabh Bachchan, Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, Prateik Babbar and Manoj Bajpayee. The movie is directed by Prakash Jha. In theaters, August 12th, 2011. Watch online Bollywood Film Aarakshan Film Trailer.
BollywoodNewsWorld.com, Tired with rumours of her breakup with beau Saif Ali Khan, Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor set the records straight by saying all is well in her love life. “There is nothing to clarify. It’s (the rumours) not true at
BollywoodNewsWorld.com, The stage is set, the mood alive! As Bollywood’s grandest and most glamorous celebration, the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Weekend and Awards, launches here Thursday, Indian and Canadian officials hope for stronger ties in the years to come
BollywoodNewsWorld.com, Actor Saif Ali Khan has denied reports that he and his girlfriend Kareena Kapoor are going through a rough patch, saying they are happy together. “I would like to reassure our fans and well-wishers that all is well with
BollywoodNewsWorld.com, After “Aarakshan” and “Race 2″, Deepika Padukone and Saif Ali Khan will work together again for the latter’s home production tentatively titled “Cocktail”. “Deepika and I are doing three movies together this year. It’s not something we planned but
Saif Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone at Aarakshan film press meet.
BollywoodNewsWorld.com, Saif Ali Khan has been busy brushing up on his Hindi. The actor who plays a school teacher in director Prakash Jha’s “Aarakshan” is required to speak in chaste Hindi and at times even Sanskrit for the movie. So
As an actor Saif Ali Khan is choosing his roles responsibly and wants to prove critics wrong. As a filmmaker he feels Bollywood is “self-sufficient” and doesn’t need to impress the foreign audience. “The population of Indians is so massive