It's no surprise that Vidya Balan, the talk of tinsel town after having given two consecutive hits in the form of The Dirty Picture and Kahaani within a span of a few months, has filmmakers lined up at her door in hopes of casting her in their upcoming project. Also, the subject of much industry intrigue is the fact that Karan Johar has bought the rights of Amith Tripathi's The Immortal of Meluha, a trilogy of novels that blends fantasy and mythology to tell a tale about Lord Shiva of the Hindu pantheon. The latest buzz from B-town has both these factoids coming together in a way that is sure to give audiences something to look forward to!
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wow!! egar to see two talented together on screen!!! loved hritik in jodha akbar n vidya had proved her in her every film specialy dance on 'ami je tomar' in bhul bulaiya and kahani!!
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