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Here's an article Rajeev is mentioned
New Year Resolution of B Town stars
 
he B-towners talk about their New Year Resolutions and the gifts they expect for New Year.

Sonu Sood: "My New Year resolution is to start a trust or organization in my mother's memory to help poor children study as my mother was a professor. And I'd like an award for one of my performances in 2008 as my New Year gift."

Shamita Shetty: "My New Year resolution is to vote. As my New Year gift I'd like a balanced professional and personal life."

Neha Dhupia: "I've just started learning horse riding. So my New Year resolution is to become an expert at itůSomeone should gift me a beautiful horse for the New Year."

Dino Morea: "I don't make New Year resolutions. I just strive to do better not every year but every day. The gift that I want this New Year? Some luck from anyone who cares enough."

Mugdha Godse: "My resolution is to voice my opinion and to vote to be a better citizen. And I want to entertain audiences in good films. A great gift for all of us this New Year would be a good leader who can make Mumbai a better city."

Boman Irani: "I've never made New Year resolutions. Resolutions are surrounded by guilt. I don't need that for the New Year."

Paresh Rawal: "This New Year I want to start yoga and get the great Gujarati writer Madhu Rai to write an exciting play for me."

Koena Mitra: "My New Year resolution for 2009 is to not make any resolutions. Each time I end up breaking it because I've never planned anything. The best gift I'd want to get is love. I've never been lucky in love till date. And of course I want to give gifts to my family friends and my seven angels (the dogs)."

Aftab Shivdasani: "I don't want to make a New Year resolution. And I don't expect any gifts."

Amrita Arora: "My New Year resolution is to be a better person, more tolerant and patient. And my gift? Happiness in abundance for me and loved ones."

Celina Jaitley: "My New Year resolution is to work on my shortcomings as a human being. And the one gift that that I'd want from my countrymen is to not forget 26/11."

Pooja Bedi: "My resolution is a commitment to health, body, rejuvenation and physical fitness. And I'd like to be presented a show of my own by the Star TV network."

Himesh Reshammiya: "My New Year gift is to give the biggest hit of 2009. And the gift I want from God is to be super-creative in whatever I do."

Tusshar Kapoor: "My New Year resolution? To work harder on my body. And I want something special from someone very special in my life."

Raveena Tandon: "My resolution is to not get complacent and to make a difference and to work towards making a difference to our lives. The gift I want is from everyone to work as one world community."

Nandana Sen: "New Year resolution? To spend as much time as possible with my loved ones. And my gift? Tolerance among people communities and countries

Payal Rohatgi: "My New Year resolution is to be more caring towards my family, as the whole Bigg Boss experience and 26/11 attacks made me value them and realize that one can only trust one's family. My one gift? A film with Shah Rukh Khan Sir. Hope God is listening."

Tanushree Dutta: "My New Year resolution is to work out more and get into fitness in a big way. And my gift: I want the latest I Pod from my parents."

Riya Sen: "My New Year resolution is all work and no play. Gifts? A new house and a new car for myself from myself."

Rajeev Khandelwal: "My New Year resolution? To be a better citizen and to spread awareness among the youth to make our country the best. My New Year gift...a pledge from the youngsters to make our country go ahead."

Dia Mirza: "I don't save resolutions for the New Year. I believe if there's a need to do something it should be done immediately. My wish for the New Year is to be part of an informed and motivated government that will ensure our security, peace, health and progress."

Sammir Dattani: "My New Year resolution is to not make any resolutions. Who lives by these annual rules? Especially now, when you never know what the Gods and the terrorists have planned for you. Gift? Since January is also my birthday I've a large and very posh list. Is Santa available in the New Year?"

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Here's another articloe Rajeev is mentioned
 
The united spirit:
Of the many events and people who have made the year 2008 special for Jaipur, it's the spirit of the youth that needs

Be it for the Bihar flood victims or for the victims of the Mumbai terror attack or closer home, the victims of the serial blasts that rocked Jaipur in May, the youth of the city has shown extraordinary courage, generosity and sensitivity.

On May 14, a day after Jaipur witnessed the serial blasts, youngsters from all communities, from various walks of life and from different social strata got together at hospitals across the city either to donate blood or to distribute food and drinks to the family members of those who were admitted in the hospitals with injuries. There was so much help at hand that doctors of most hospitals had to come out and declare that they had enough blood in the blood banks for the blast victims, and that they didn't need anymore donors. Hats off to that generosity!

When people in Bihar lost lives, homes and livelihoods to the wrath of the Kosi, MBA students of a city institute took to polishing shoes of passerbys to create awareness about the victims and to collect money to help them. "Youngsters have realised that there is a lot that needs to be done for the country and much of it we can do ourselves," says student Varsha Chandraroop who was a part of the campaign. Then we had the Airborne Riders, a group of young bikers zooming around the town on their bikes to spread awareness about AIDS and environment conservation. Students from various institutes organised candle light vigils and paid tribute to the heroes from the uniformed forces who lost their lives while fighting terrorists in the Mumbai attacks.
On a more local note, the year also saw youngsters across colleges in the city raising their voice against female foeticide. Says Shyam Saini who joined the drive, "Nothing can be as shameful as female foeticide. We have vowed not to let such things happen."

Cheerleaders

While the length of the cheerleaders' skirts made cosmopolitan cities like Mumbai and Kolkata frown, apna Pink City, that is completely in sync with its traditional roots, welcomed these zesty girls with an open heart. Unlike most other IPL teams, the cheer squad here was not asked to do a cover-up job. Decked in their flowing yellow short skirts and flaunting their green pompoms, the foreign cheerleaders became quite a fixture at the Jaipur matches. Adding to the fun of cheering for the team, every time these girls did their dance routine the crowds went crazy. And we say cheers to the sportsman spirit of Jaipurites.

Raghavendra Rathore
M oved by the mishap that struck Jodhpur days before the Delhi Fashion Week, the designer altered his line and restricted his colour palette to reds, white and black. This style guru has also been instrumental in getting the government to sanction an exclusive venue in Jaipur where big names from the fashion industry will showcase their collections. This project is through, and now Rathore has pitched for the Couture Week to be hosted in Rajasthan.

Shane Watson
This Australian all-rounder surely has a heart that beats for the Pink City. Moved by the plight of Jaipur's street kids the cricketer joined hands with a Sydney-based NGO, after returning to his homeland, post IPL. And he returned soon, keeping the promise he had made to the kids to spend time with them. And not only did he tell them that he was just a phone call away in case of trouble, he has since urged other celebs to support these kids.

Rajasthan Royals
The T20 team from Rajasthan ? the team that had no big names except for Australian biggie Shane Warne as captain and coach. With Halla Bol as their anthem, they played with their might and heart and rose steadily up the charts to become the surprise winners of the high-profile IPL'08. As Warne in his winning speech said, "This one is for the people of Jaipur," the desert state made a place for itself in the cricketing map of the world forever.

Rajiv Khandelwal
This Jaipur boy's debut with the film Aamir raised quite a few eyebrows. Initially considered as just another television actor wanting to make it big on the silver screen, Rajeev Khandelwal silenced critics as Aamir gave a tough competition to Big B starrer Sarkar. Aamir was one of the first releases in 2008 that marked the trend of successful small budget films in the year. Hats off to this Jaipurite. And now Rajiv is busy with his two films set to release in 2009.


Toshi and Sharib
We have seen the madness surrounding Toshi and Sharib when they participated in various reality shows. But 2008 saw the duo rise above that, as they moved to music composition and playback under one of the most well known banners of Bollywood, Vishesh Films of the Bhatt camp. Raaz 2-The mystery continues will see Toshi and Sharib composing music and lending their voices as well.
 
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Hi friends,

 
Rajeev is mentioned in the article below! Embarrassed
 
 
 
2008 Mid Year - Top 10 actors:

When first half of the year is dominated by actors like Akshay Kumar, Hrithik Roshan, and Amitabh Bachchan, it is expected that they would deliver in each of their films. This is what one saw in 2008 as well, which hasn't really seen great box office returns but has been a witness to some decent performances. We look forward to far more eventful second half of the year though!

[In alphabetical order]

Akshay Kumar [Tashan]

'Maa, Picture To Achchi Thi Par Main Flop Ho Gaya' - So were the famous opening words of Akshay Kumar at the recently held IIFA, where he was spoofing the box office failure of Tashan. Of course he was kidding when he said so because in reality it was just the opposite. Akshay Kumar was the best part about this Yash Raj Film for which gigabytes have already been spent on its countless weaknesses. It is to the credit of Akshay Kumar though that he still lighted up the proceedings whenever he appeared on the frame. Have a full fledged 'Ramleela' that takes on from where his 'Ravan' act left and we won't really mind a sequel to Tashan.

Amitabh Bachchan [Sarkar Raj, Bhoothnath]

After Cheeni Kum in 2007, Amitabh Bachchan was again seen playing a pivotal role in Bhoothnath. Though Sarkar Raj didn't quite have him roaring the way he did in the prequel, the pre-climax and the climax sequences reinforced the fact that Big B's presence in a project can never be discounted. He may have been getting some nasty reviews for his performances in a section of media while the other may not be really happy with him getting into an angry old man mould with his Blogs, but who really minds that? Getting to sink his teeth into something unconventional with Bhoothnath while also making sure that third in the series of Sarkar Raj may just have a lot more of him, Amitabh Bachchan continues to make a statement.

Bipasha Basu [Race]

One still doesn't know whether Bipasha Basu was indeed in love with Saif Ali Khan when both walked away into sunset in the climax of Race. Such was the beauty of the role that she enacted so very well that one continues to be intrigued about this lady who got together elements of Ajnabee as well as Jism and bluffed the audience from the first till the last frame of the film. Carry on with stylish roles like these lady; we would love to see much more of you in the coming years!

Devgans [U Me Aur Hum]

After going through their share of conventional love stories with Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha and Raju Chacha, Ajay and Kajol Devgan had to do something really path breaking with their prestigious U Me Aur Hum. First half of the film was hardly path breaking but Devgans caught the bull by its horns the moment they got into a dramatic mould. With a complex subject revolving around Alzheimer's disease, the film could have fallen flat had the performances been any weaker but Devgans made sure that they give it all to a film which was a complete in-house product.

Emraan Hashmi [Jannat]

Emraan Hashmi's top performance would always stay on to be Awarapan but 5 years down the line when his successful films would be listed; Jannat would be remembered more. This year's biggest hit if one considers the ROI (Return on Investment) factor, Jannat also owes its success to the fact that Hashmi played to the gallery and gave his audience what they expect out of him. He used his mischievous streak to the maximum and didn't mind playing the bad-good young man yet again!

Hrithik Roshan [Jodhaa Akbar]

From sheer effort perspective, Hrithik would lead the charge for giving his all to make sure that his 'Akbar' act looked convincing enough on the big screen. It is quite a difficult task to leave behind an image created by a Krrish or a Dhoom 2 but Hrithik still managed to achieve that and the results were seen. Hrithik worked hard on his diction, body language and presentation and succeeded well. Second half of the year could see numerous good performances coming in but Hrithik would still find himself as one of the Top-5 contenders for the Best Actor.

Rahul Bose [Shaurya]

If Hrithik made a big impression in a big film like Jodhaa Akbar, Rahul Bose too achieved something similar in one of the smallest films of the year so far! Rahul has been a consistent performer ever since the days of Thakshak and though a notable act by him is a given for each of his films, Shaurya was special. Not just did the film feature him as a central protagonist, it also allowed him to demonstrate various facets of his personality. The film not only turned out to be a 'choti si success story' but also further increased the fan base of Rahul Bose.

Rajeev Khandelwal [Aamir]

In a year, which has seen some inconsequential, debuts so far (with only Sikandar Kher coming close), Rajeev Khandelwal has made everyone stand up and take notice of his bravura performance in Aamir. And to think of it, this by no means was a conventional 'hero' debut since Rajeev was shown as a man on the run for the entire length of the film who ultimately turns into a victim of circumstances. One just hopes now that Rajeev continues to make good choices and instead of being slotted as a 'thinking actor', he gets to play a variety of characters in films to come!

Ranvir Shorey [Mithya]

Talking about 'thinking men' and enacting the role of a 'fall guy', Ranvir Shorey was just perfect in Mithya. Yet again, he played a character who was a victim of circumstances and got embroiled in a series of events which ultimately led to his downfall. If at all an actor has come close to getting Charlie Chaplinsque comic-tragedy on screen in Bollywood, it has been Ranvir with Mithya. He is a man for all seasons, an ingredient for all recipes and an actor who can be handed over any part!

Riteish Deshmukh [De Taali]

Everyone loves Riteish. And there would hardly be anyone who could dislike his performance. Or to put it differently, there is hardly a reason why anyone would love to hate him! He is a man who can be trusted to give a good performance every time and the same happened very recently with De Taali too. Consistently delivering successful films year after year and upping his popularity quotient with every release of his, Riteish has been quietly forming an alternative market for himself.
 
 
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Hi friends,

 
A new article where Rajeev is mentioned! Embarrassed
 
 
 
De Telly
 
Gautam Hegde, Hindustan Times
De Telly">Email Author
Mumbai, December 30, 2008
First Published: 18:54 IST(30/12/2008)
Last Updated: 18:32 IST(31/12/2008)
 
 

Karan Singh Grover denied and then admitted that he's married to Shradha Nigam. Hmm, maybe they were looking for a deal with OK or Hello! for their shaadi photos.

Vivan Bhatena married Nikhila Palat in traditional Mallu style.

Geetanjali Tikekar and Sikander Kharbanda  married and had a baby too!
 
Barkha Bisht decorated her real life Doli with Indraneel Sengupta (who was impressive in 1920).
 
Rajeev Khandelwal made the TV industry's sar ooncha with Aamir. Aamir Bashir was good in A Wednesday too. And don't you dare forget Prachi Desai in Rock On!!

But 2008 also saw Arjun Punj in One Two Three and Shabbir Ahluwalia in Meeshunnn Eeestanboool. Sorry, bad memories!

Several TV actors were replaced: Twinkle Bajpai in Betiyaan, Iqbal Khan in Chhoona Hai Aasman.

What was that?
Paani Puri wrapped up in eight episodes flat. Wonder why? And of course there was Waaris which sacked its (second) lead actor Yuvraj Malhotra. Eventually, the show wrapped up.

Arslaan magically went off air.

Underdogs
Hamari Devrani broke all records previously set by Bhabhis and Kumkums.

Aap ki Kachehri, which replaced Kyunki Saas bhi Kabhi Bahu thi, is very absorbing.

Saw too much of them
Narayani Shastri, Gaurav Chopra, Saroj Khan, Bhaktyaar Irani, Himesh Reshammiya, Shekhar Suman, Sachin Pilgaonkar, Malaika Arora Khan. No more nach ke dikha okay guys?

 
 
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Hi friends,

 
Rajeev is mentioned in the article below! Embarrassed
 
 
 

New Year Resolutions and Gifts, Hotties speak

By Subhash K Jha

Neha Dhupia: "I've just started learning horse riding, So my mew year resolution is to become an expert at itůSomeone should gift me a beautiful horse for the new year.

Sonu Sood: My new year resolution is to start a trust or organization in my mother's memory to help poor children study as my mother was a professor. And I'd like an award for one my performances in 2008 as my new year gift.

Shamita Shetty: "My new year resolution is to vote. As my new year gift I'd like a balanced professional and personal life.

Dino Morea: "I don't make New Year resolutions. I just strive to do better not every year but every day. The gift that I want this New Year? Some luck from anyone who cares enough.

Aftab Shivdasani: "I don't want to make a new year resolution. And I don't expect any gifts."

Tusshar Kapoor: "My New Year resolution? To work harder on my body. And I want something special from someone very special in my life

Koena Mitra: "My new year resolution for 2009 is to not make any resolutions. Each time I end up breaking it because I've never planned anything.The best gift I'd want to get is love. I've never been lucky in love till date. And of course I want to give gifts to my family friends and my seven angels (the dogs).

Mugda Godse: "My resolution is to voice my opinion and to vote to be a better citizen, And I want to entertain audiences in good films. A great gift for all of us this New Year would be a good leader who can make Mumbai a better city.

Boman Irani: "I've never made new year resolutions. Resolutions are surrounded by guilt. I don't need that for the new year.

Paresh Rawal: "This new year I want to start yoga and get the great Gujarati writer Madhu Rai to write an exciting play for me

Nandana Sen: "New Year resolution? To spend as much time as possible with my loved ones. And my gift? Tolerance among people communities and countries

Dia Mirza: "I don't save resolutions for the new year. I believe if there's a need to do something it should be done immediately. My wish for the new year is to be part of an informed and motivated government that will ensure our security, peace, health and progress.

Amrita Arora: "My new year resolution is to be a better person, more tolerant and patient. And my gift? Happiness in abundance for me and loved ones.

Celina Jaitly: "My new year resolution is to work on my shortcomings as a humanbeing. And the one gift that that I'd want from my countrymen is to not forget 26/11.

Pooja Bedi: "My resolution is a commitment to health, body, rejuvenation and physical fitness. And I'd like to be presented a show of my own by the Star TV network

Mona Singh: "No particular new year resolution. Just a list of things that I want to keep doing. As for gifts, unexpected gifts are the sweetest.

Rajeev Khandelwal: "My new year resolution? To be a better citizen and to spread awareness among the youth to make our country the best. My new year giftůa pledge from the youngsters to make our country ahead.

Tanushree Dutta: "My new year resolution is to work out more and get into fitness in a big way. And my gift:I want the latest I Pod from my parents.

Payal Rohatgi: "My new year resolution is to be more caring towards my family, as the whole Bigg Boss experience and 26/11 attacks made me value them and realize that one can only trust one's family. My one gift? A film with Shah Rukh Khan Sir. Hope God is listening.

Raveena Tandon: "My resolution is to not get complacent and to make a difference and to work towards making a difference to our lives. The gift I want is from everyone to work as one world community.

Riya Sen: "My new year resolution is all work and no play. Gifts? A new house and a new car for myself from myself.

Sammir Dattani: "My new year resolution is to not make any resolutions. Who lives by these annual rules? Specially now when you never know what the Gods and the terrorists have planned for you. Gift? Since January is also my birthday I've a large and very posh list. Is Santa available in the New Year?"

Himesh Reshammiya: "My new year gift is to give the biggest hit of 2009. And the gift I want from God is to be super-creative in whatever I do.

 
 
 
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