Film and TV producer Ekta Kapoor is organising an iftar party Tuesday and it will be a grand Bollywood affair.
"It's true and I also keep roza (fast) some times. The iftar party is on August 6. It's a big night, it's the 27th roza and I have been keeping it for 12 years now," the 38-year-old said here at the launch of the third promo of "Once Upon Ay Time In Mumbai Dobaara!"
"On this big night we are going to have a very big Bollywood party and we hope to have everyone celebrate iftari with us," she added.
"Once Upon Ay Time in Mumbaai Dobaara!", a sequel to Ekta's 2010 hit production venture - "Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai", stars Akshay Kumar as Shoaib, the lead, while Imran Khan plays his protege and Sonakshi Sinha plays their love interest.
It hits theatres Aug 15.
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it is good to be liberal and tolerant of others but it is something else to follow other faith's customs blindly. respecting religion does not mean follow rituals. God is every where then why go looking for it in unknown places??? it just shows political agendas and show offs. Did Balaji get tired of her and stopped listening to her that she had to move on to next door to Allah??? I am very liberal when it comes to faith but just makes no sense that one person has to go to prey at all faith and make a show of it.
@Shai95 what r u ? born in 95 dear ?? been around lot longer than that to know little more.
@cimba well thats only becoz hindus are liberal, they respect every religion and ofcourse there is no copyright over god. They just want to worship god, in whichever form he is present. I find it great that they visit holy places of every religion. So atleast think before speaking
now , lets just say i am not for sure any religious type at all but i cant stand people who dont know what that believe in.you will only see that in hindu's that they will be the first fools running to light a candles in church and going to darghah with flowers and all sorts. i thinks they are confusing gods and just plain and simple turning in to bhikhari's with their wish lists.
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