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Veteran cricketer Mohinder Amarnath to feature in John- Varun starrer Dishoom

Veteran cricketer Mohinder Amarnath to feature in John- Varun starrer Dishoom
They say the two things that always work in India are films and cricket. And sometimes when these two meet, it surely makes big news. While there are multiple films coming out this year based on the lives of Indian cricketers, the popular Indian cricketers have often featured in Bollywood movies as well. While in the past cricketers like Suniel Gavaskar (Malaamal), Ajay Jadeja (Khel), Kapil Dev (Iqbal, Mujhse Shaadi Karogii and Stumped) Yograj Singh (Bhaag Milkha Bhaag) and others have featured in films, among the new generation of cricketers, Sreesanth is all set to make his Bollywood debut with Cabaret. And now, the news is that veteran cricketer Mohinder Amarnath too will be seen on the silver screen. In fact, we have learnt that Mohinder Amarnath has been roped in by the makers of the Varun Dhawan - John Abraham starrer Dishoom to feature in the film. Apparently, Amarnath
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Producer's job not my cup of tea: Suniel Shetty - Realbollywood.com News

Producer's job not my cup of tea: Suniel Shetty - Realbollywood.com News
New Delhi, Nov 12: Bollywood action hero Suniel Shetty, who launched his own production company eight years ago, describes producing movies as difficult and stressful and says 'it is not my job'.

In 2003, the 50-year-old launched his production company, Popcorn Motion Pictures Ltd, which produced films like 'Khel' (2003), 'Rakht' (2004), 'Bhagam Bhag' (2006) and the latest, 'Loot'.

'The transformation from being an actor to a producer has been difficult. A producer's job is very demanding. It is not my cup of tea, it is not my job, I know this for a fact,' Suniel told Ians in an interview.

'It is difficult to maintain relationships in this business. A lot of misunderstandings happen and also there is too.
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Celina Jaitley enjoys doing comedy

Celina Jaitley enjoys doing comedy
Celina Jaitley, who has dabbled with serious as well as comedy roles, says she enjoys making people laugh.

“I love doing comedies because there is no tension and no stress. You laugh so much on the sets that you actually enjoy shooting. Moreover, there can be no better thing than making people laugh,” Celina told Ians.

The former Miss India made her Bollywood debut opposite Fardeen Khan in “Janasheen” and later went on to be part of serious films like “Khel”, “Zinda”, “Red: The Dark Side” and “Accident On Hill Road”.

She also did comedies like.
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Celina: I wait to meet Feroz Khan again - News

Celina Jaitley is pained that her mentor Feroz Khan is no more. It was way back in 2003 when Feroz Khan had launched her with Janasheen. Though Yusuf Khan directed Khel had released a few months earlier, it's the film for which she faced the camera for the first time, Janasheen, which holds a special place in her heart.In Bangalore for the funeral of Feroz Khan who passed away in the early hours of Monday, Celina says goodbye to the man whom she has considered as her friend and mentor over the years....
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Two Cricketers & a 'Paro' - News

Post the debacle of his debut film Khel, Ajay Jadeja didn't sign a single film and was almost written off as far as Bollywood scheme of things go. Six years have passed by since the release of Khel and now Jadeja would be making a comeback on the silver screen with Pal Pal Dil Ke Saath. Surprise factor here is Mahie Gill (of Dev D and Gulaal fame) who was supposed to make her Bollywood debut with Ajay Jadeja in this film. She was then known as Rimpy Gill....
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