Shah Rukh Khan is having a perfect New Year's holiday in Dubai with his kids.
'Awesome fun with kids on the beach... atv rides... fights in the sand... temple run game... but think I overdid the fights... aching all over,' Shah Rukh posted on micro-blogging site Twitter.
The actor, who had a packed year with projects like 'RA.One' and 'Don 2: The King Is Back', had been wanting to catch up on books and devote time to his 'babies' - Aryan and Suhana. He is getting to do exactly that and more during his Dubai sojourn!
Music is ecstasy without drugs: Big B
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says classical music has a different impact altogether, and playing it on a piano himself gives him another high!
'Raga' the essence of the classical... for morning for evening for night... how did they ever construct this music... Indian classical music, unlike western cannot be written... unique quality that coerces it to follow from one Guru to another... Some basics taught for Indian raga and an attempt to play them on digital piano... bliss and freedom and ecstasy without drugs!' Big B posted on his Twitter page.
The 69-year-old actor spent time with music composer Aadesh Shrivastav, who gave the veteran actor some basic tunes to practice on the piano. Big B loved the experience, and is perhaps trying to learn more of it.
Divya Dutta keen on Punjabi films
Actress Divya Dutta, who speaks chaste Punjabi, is looking forward to work in films from her native town.
'Chandigrh gives me so much love! This time more so! Got three punjabi film offers at the event! Must get back to the roots too! Atleast one I'll take up!' tweeted Divya, whose work has been appreciated in films like 'Veer-Zaara', 'Aaja Nachle' and 'Delhi-6'.