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Posted: 26 December 2010 at 10:13pm | IP Logged
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I love Tere Mast Mast Do Nain! Day Dreaming It makes me keep waiting for a guy to come and sing that to me! ROFL
 
On the way , just hang on.
 
Movie of the year
 

i don't want him to Dabanng like Chulbul Pandey. i want him to be like Shahid! Day Dreaming LOL

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Okay Hubby coming up.
 
He is the Superstar to takeover from the Khans
 
 

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aahhh soooo cute!! Day Dreaming

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aahhh soooo cute!! Day Dreaming
Dream sometimes sapna comes true.
 
 
 
Wonder if you have read this too. Answers by Shahid.
 
 
 
Are you and Priyanka Chopra a couple?
I have not spoken about my private life for the last two years and will continue not to do so. All I am going to say is that I am not going to make an effort to hide a relationship. When there is something substantial, people will know about it. There's very little as an actor that you can keep to yourself, and this is an area, which I would like to keep to myself. At the same time I would not like to be a hypocrite and hide it. But, when something substantial happens in my life, only then will I talk.

Define substantial 
Difficult to define because we're talking about a relationship but when I feel that there is something that I am sure of I will speak about it. It doesn't mean there's something between me and Priyanka that I am not sure of.

So then, of course, there's no point in talking about the fact that you have been squabbling with Priyanka and that there are problems in your relationship...
(Laughs) I think people need to have these CCTV cameras in my house or in Priyanka's house to know and record the hypothetical fights that we've been having. Sometimes it's irritating, but yes, most of the times it's funny. As an actor you learn to have a sense of humour about these things.

So do you laugh equally when we talk about, Sania Mirza or Vidya Balan? 
Laugh equally in what context?

In the sense that you can just laugh rumours off. 
I've known both these girls. We've been good friends. Sometime we're in touch; sometimes we're out of touch. They're both very busy and wonderful people and I'm really fond of both of them and that's all that there is to it. I mean, just because I'm single, every person I meet doesn't have to be the one I'm in a relationship with. Having said that, I also understand that I had a very public break-up. Kareena and Saif are seeing each other so that's something that people are familiar with right now. And since there is no substantial person in my life, anybody I meet kind of gets linked with me. From what happened in the past I've learnt and so choose to keep my private life as private as possible.

Evidently you've matured a lot since your last relationship. 
In the last two, two-and-a-half years I think I've become a man. Yes. I think in my head I was very much a boy. By that I don't mean that I've become mature and suddenly there's no fun in life anymore. When you become a star there are so many things that can happen and you need to take responsibility for them and you need to be a little more aware about everything and everybody around you. I've learnt how to be intelligently spontaneous. I think being only spontaneous doesn't help, you have to be intelligently spontaneous. 

How do you react to Kareena saying that she has moved on and you should do so too? 
As you see, I don't react. That's what I choose to do. That's what I have been taught to do by my parents. That's what I think is the right thing to do. I can only take responsibility for what I say. And I know what I do. And I know what has happened. And nothing can change the truth, so I don't feel the need to clarify it because I don't feel the need to justify it because I know I'm right in whatever I'm doing.

Maybe Kareena was just being a concerned friend... 
I really wouldn't like to jump to conclusions as to why she said what she said, honestly because I am me and she is she. She can choose to react the way she does to things and she is responsible for those reactions. And I choose to react the way I do, and I am responsible for my actions. I'm happy with where I am in my life and I'm trying to be positive and constructive about it and that's all that I'm focusing on right now.

Saif says that Kaminay came to him first and that you are using his name now to get mileage for Kaminay. This is in the professional space. How do you react to this? 
Well, first of all, Saif is many years senior to me, so as a professional, I wouldn't really want to get into any kind of a... to-and fro kind of a situation in print. I think Vishal Bharadwaj is a great director, the role I am doing in Kaminay is a role to die for. It's just that it's really hard to believe that anybody would turn that down. I feel fortunate that I'm doing it, regardless of whether it was offered to anybody else or not.

Are you ghost directing the Ken Ghosh film? 
(Laughs) All I can say is this is my third film with Ken - he's the only director I have done three films with - I think that speaks for itself.

Did you have anything to do with Genelia D'Souza replacing Jiah Khan? 
The change in the heroine was something that was informed to me, I wasn't aware of it. I think that was a decision taken by UTV and Ken and they told me about it. 

One hears that you were not happy with the climax of the Rani Mukerji film (Haddipa) and you actually stopped shooting for a few hours. 
I wished that I'd known about this earlier, I'd lock myself up in the van after every two scenes and get my way! (Laughs) Yash Raj is a very professional set-up and we have detailed narrations on the script before we go on sets. Most films I'm doing work like that now. So no, nothing of that sort has happened.

Do you have a three-film contract with YRF? 
No, I don't have any three-film contract. It's just that this (Parmeet Sethi's film) is the second film they offered to me, I liked it, and that's why I'm doing it. 

People say that you're a control freak and that's why others leave you all the time... 
As an actor you can't be in control of everything. And if I wanted to be in control, I would not be an actor, I would choose to be a producer or a director who's actually the captain of the ship. I've chosen to be an actor because I love acting. Yes, I'm very involved in what I do, I love what I do, I'm crazy about it, I'm obsessed with it, and I'm passionately in love with the process of filmmaking. But there's a head of department of every part of filmmaking and they eventually take the final call and we always work as a team. And my most successful films have been those where everybody worked together as a team. I don't think I'm a control freak. But I'm very passionate about my work and I need to be convinced about what I'm doing. And that's something that most people who consider themselves involved would be. 

Why do so many people leave you? And I'm not talking about girlfriends here. 
First of all I don't agree that 'people leave me'. There are times that things haven't worked out, sometimes I have chosen to part ways, sometimes others choose to. And there aren't too many people who've left me. There are just a couple. One of them happens to be my manager. It's about professional space so I don't think I need to justify that. Apart from that, my PR person left because there was a difference in the way we looked at things. But yes, maybe because it's happened in a short span of time it's seen in a certain way. I know people have been talking, but I don't think I need to talk about it. 

It is a completely different space that you're occupying with Kaminay. Why now? 
I'm somebody who'll always end up going towards anything that's different. That's the creative person in me. It excites me. First, honestly, it scares me. Then I tell myself, if you don't do this just because you're scared, then you're such a loser. Risks have always worked for me. Be it Vivah, or Jab We Met, or anything that I've done with these people when others were suggesting that I should be working with big banners. About Kaminay, well, a double role is something that you probably do just once, or maximum maybe twice in your whole career. And it's such a fresh perspective to a double role, you'd be a fool to say no to it.

Rumours say that Vishal Bhardwaj and you were fighting like cats and dogs.
(Laughs) No yaar! I don't think it's possible to fight with Vishal. He's just too calm and composed for all this. We've never fought. He's too many years senior to me. In fact, this was one of the most chilled-out film as far as director-actor relationship is concerned. Vishal is so clear about what he wants that it just makes life easier for the actor.

What does a woman have to do to woo you, and to get you in that substantial space. 
I wish I knew! Then I'd just make this list and give it out! But well, I think it's very basic for me, I don't have too many pre-conceived notions. Be real, be honest, be sensitive, have a sense of humour and have a sense of loyalty. I think if you have these four or five basics in place, you can make any relationship work. When those basics are strong, then the relationship is strong. That's how I look at relationships. Both people have to want it as much, and when the basics are strong, you can ride any storm. Both people have to want to make the relationship work as much.

Now that we can put the list out, what will you bring to the table? 
I'm ready to give anything to a relationship. As long as I'm not expected to change beyond what my basic nature is. Every relationship needs adjustment and understanding and you have to be ready to do that. But as long as you don't end up changing yourself as the basic person you were, because then you'll be unhappy. Apart form that, anything it takes! I'm always someone who's looking for longevity. I think you must never get into a relationship expecting it to culminate, only, you should know that there is a possibility of culmination.

http://www.desipowerchat.com/bollywoodnews/x93_shahid_kapoor_latest_interview.htm

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Posted: 27 December 2010 at 1:27am | IP Logged

The Awards are here in Singpore but I will give it a miss eventhough I can get the tickets for almost free

 
 

Marina Bay Sands to host Zee Cine Awards 2011 – Best of Bollywood to bedazzle Singapore's new Icon

Published On 08 Sep 2010 By Adrian. Under Event.  Tags: Bollywood, Cinema of India, Marina Bay Sands, Zee Entertainment Enterprises  
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?Singapore, 8 September, 2010(Press Release) – Marina Bay Sands, Asia's leading destination for business, leisure and entertainment and Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd, India's leading television, media and entertainment conglomerate are pleased to announce that this year's Zee Cine Awards will be held at Marina Bay Sands on January 14, 2011.
The awards ceremony will bring India's leading artistes to Singapore to recognize their accomplishments for exceptional performances in the Indian film industry. A-list celebrities such as Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Priyanka Chopra, Ashwariya Rai Bachan, Abhishek Bachan and many other prominent personalities from the Indian film industry will raise the glamour quotient of this high profile event, which will be broadcasted around the world. The awards ceremony will be held at the Sands Expo and Convention Center, in the Grand Ballroom with a simulcast to the Events Plaza, to allow thousands of fans to dance to Bollywood's best beats and get a glimpse of their favorite actors.

Marina Bay Sands President and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Thomas Arasi said, "Being Chosen to host the Zee Cine Awards is such an honor. The Indian market is extremely important us and the Zee Cine Awards is a great platform because it is regarded as one of the most credible award shows in the Indian film industry. We look forward to delivering true Bollywood culture, talent and entertainment to our guests."

The event will include a variety of performances from India's best choreographed dances to hit songs from the nominated movies of the year with a vibrant kaleidoscope of colour, expression, humor and music.

Mohan Gopinath, Business Head, Zee Cinema, said, "It is fitting that Zee Cine Awards 2011, which celebrates the emergence of Indian cinema on a global platform is partnering with the Marina Bay Sands. Over 500 million viewers across India, USA, UK and Asia choose Zee Network to be the preferred choice of entertainment. This event showcases the crme de la crme of Indian cinema and provides a platform for the Indian film fraternity to interact with global fans and media."

"The incredible venues, facilities and expertise that Marina Bay Sands, Singapore has to offer will showcase Bollywood at its best. Hosting this event will reinforce a number of characteristics that represent India & Singapore – open, tolerant, hospitable and creative – while also showing the many art and cultural possibilities. We will work together to make this year's event the most memorable celebration for Indian Cinema for all our viewers." he added.

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Marina Bay Sands is the leading business, leisure and entertainment destination in Asia. It features large and flexible convention and exhibition facilities, 2,560 hotel rooms and suites, the rooftop Sands SkyPark, the best shopping mall in Asia, world-class celebrity chef restaurants, a casino, Paiza Club for premium players and an outdoor event plaza. It will also have a museum and theaters which will debut with "The Lion King." For more information, please visit www.marinabaysands.com.

About Zee:
Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited is one of India's leading television, media and entertainment companies. It is amongst the largest producers and aggregators of Hindi programming in the world, with an extensive library housing over 80,000 hours of television content. With rights to more than 3,000 movie titles from foremost studios and of iconic film stars, Zee houses the world's largest Hindi film library. Through its strong presence worldwide, Zee entertains over 500 million viewers across 167 countries. Pioneer of television entertainment industry in India, Zee's well known brands include Zee TV, Zee Cinema, Zee Premier, Zee Action, Zee Classic, Ten Sports, Zee Sports, Zee Cafe, Zee Studio, Zee Trendz, Zee Jagran, Zing, ETC Music and ETC Punjabi. The company also has a strong offering in the regional language domain with channels such as Zee Marathi, Zee Bangla, Zee Telugu, Zee Kannada, Zee Talkies and Zee Cinemalu. The Zee stable owns an integrated range of businesses. All of these in singularity adhere to the content-to-consumer value chain model of media and entertainment business. Zee is a pioneer in every aspect of content aggregation and distribution through traditional media like satellite and cable and new media like the internet, in India.

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Posted: 27 December 2010 at 1:29am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Summer3

Originally posted by tulipbaby53

aahhh soooo cute!! Day Dreaming
Dream sometimes sapna comes true.
 
 
 
Wonder if you have read this too. Answers by Shahid.
 
 
 
Are you and Priyanka Chopra a couple?
I have not spoken about my private life for the last two years and will continue not to do so. All I am going to say is that I am not going to make an effort to hide a relationship. When there is something substantial, people will know about it. There's very little as an actor that you can keep to yourself, and this is an area, which I would like to keep to myself. At the same time I would not like to be a hypocrite and hide it. But, when something substantial happens in my life, only then will I talk.

Define substantial 
Difficult to define because we're talking about a relationship but when I feel that there is something that I am sure of I will speak about it. It doesn't mean there's something between me and Priyanka that I am not sure of.

So then, of course, there's no point in talking about the fact that you have been squabbling with Priyanka and that there are problems in your relationship...
(Laughs) I think people need to have these CCTV cameras in my house or in Priyanka's house to know and record the hypothetical fights that we've been having. Sometimes it's irritating, but yes, most of the times it's funny. As an actor you learn to have a sense of humour about these things.

So do you laugh equally when we talk about, Sania Mirza or Vidya Balan? 
Laugh equally in what context?

In the sense that you can just laugh rumours off. 
I've known both these girls. We've been good friends. Sometime we're in touch; sometimes we're out of touch. They're both very busy and wonderful people and I'm really fond of both of them and that's all that there is to it. I mean, just because I'm single, every person I meet doesn't have to be the one I'm in a relationship with. Having said that, I also understand that I had a very public break-up. Kareena and Saif are seeing each other so that's something that people are familiar with right now. And since there is no substantial person in my life, anybody I meet kind of gets linked with me. From what happened in the past I've learnt and so choose to keep my private life as private as possible.

Evidently you've matured a lot since your last relationship. 
In the last two, two-and-a-half years I think I've become a man. Yes. I think in my head I was very much a boy. By that I don't mean that I've become mature and suddenly there's no fun in life anymore. When you become a star there are so many things that can happen and you need to take responsibility for them and you need to be a little more aware about everything and everybody around you. I've learnt how to be intelligently spontaneous. I think being only spontaneous doesn't help, you have to be intelligently spontaneous. 

How do you react to Kareena saying that she has moved on and you should do so too? 
As you see, I don't react. That's what I choose to do. That's what I have been taught to do by my parents. That's what I think is the right thing to do. I can only take responsibility for what I say. And I know what I do. And I know what has happened. And nothing can change the truth, so I don't feel the need to clarify it because I don't feel the need to justify it because I know I'm right in whatever I'm doing.

Maybe Kareena was just being a concerned friend... 
I really wouldn't like to jump to conclusions as to why she said what she said, honestly because I am me and she is she. She can choose to react the way she does to things and she is responsible for those reactions. And I choose to react the way I do, and I am responsible for my actions. I'm happy with where I am in my life and I'm trying to be positive and constructive about it and that's all that I'm focusing on right now.

Saif says that Kaminay came to him first and that you are using his name now to get mileage for Kaminay. This is in the professional space. How do you react to this? 
Well, first of all, Saif is many years senior to me, so as a professional, I wouldn't really want to get into any kind of a... to-and fro kind of a situation in print. I think Vishal Bharadwaj is a great director, the role I am doing in Kaminay is a role to die for. It's just that it's really hard to believe that anybody would turn that down. I feel fortunate that I'm doing it, regardless of whether it was offered to anybody else or not.

Are you ghost directing the Ken Ghosh film? 
(Laughs) All I can say is this is my third film with Ken - he's the only director I have done three films with - I think that speaks for itself.

Did you have anything to do with Genelia D'Souza replacing Jiah Khan? 
The change in the heroine was something that was informed to me, I wasn't aware of it. I think that was a decision taken by UTV and Ken and they told me about it. 

One hears that you were not happy with the climax of the Rani Mukerji film (Haddipa) and you actually stopped shooting for a few hours. 
I wished that I'd known about this earlier, I'd lock myself up in the van after every two scenes and get my way! (Laughs) Yash Raj is a very professional set-up and we have detailed narrations on the script before we go on sets. Most films I'm doing work like that now. So no, nothing of that sort has happened.

Do you have a three-film contract with YRF? 
No, I don't have any three-film contract. It's just that this (Parmeet Sethi's film) is the second film they offered to me, I liked it, and that's why I'm doing it. 

People say that you're a control freak and that's why others leave you all the time... 
As an actor you can't be in control of everything. And if I wanted to be in control, I would not be an actor, I would choose to be a producer or a director who's actually the captain of the ship. I've chosen to be an actor because I love acting. Yes, I'm very involved in what I do, I love what I do, I'm crazy about it, I'm obsessed with it, and I'm passionately in love with the process of filmmaking. But there's a head of department of every part of filmmaking and they eventually take the final call and we always work as a team. And my most successful films have been those where everybody worked together as a team. I don't think I'm a control freak. But I'm very passionate about my work and I need to be convinced about what I'm doing. And that's something that most people who consider themselves involved would be. 

Why do so many people leave you? And I'm not talking about girlfriends here. 
First of all I don't agree that 'people leave me'. There are times that things haven't worked out, sometimes I have chosen to part ways, sometimes others choose to. And there aren't too many people who've left me. There are just a couple. One of them happens to be my manager. It's about professional space so I don't think I need to justify that. Apart from that, my PR person left because there was a difference in the way we looked at things. But yes, maybe because it's happened in a short span of time it's seen in a certain way. I know people have been talking, but I don't think I need to talk about it. 

It is a completely different space that you're occupying with Kaminay. Why now? 
I'm somebody who'll always end up going towards anything that's different. That's the creative person in me. It excites me. First, honestly, it scares me. Then I tell myself, if you don't do this just because you're scared, then you're such a loser. Risks have always worked for me. Be it Vivah, or Jab We Met, or anything that I've done with these people when others were suggesting that I should be working with big banners. About Kaminay, well, a double role is something that you probably do just once, or maximum maybe twice in your whole career. And it's such a fresh perspective to a double role, you'd be a fool to say no to it.

Rumours say that Vishal Bhardwaj and you were fighting like cats and dogs.
(Laughs) No yaar! I don't think it's possible to fight with Vishal. He's just too calm and composed for all this. We've never fought. He's too many years senior to me. In fact, this was one of the most chilled-out film as far as director-actor relationship is concerned. Vishal is so clear about what he wants that it just makes life easier for the actor.

What does a woman have to do to woo you, and to get you in that substantial space. 
I wish I knew! Then I'd just make this list and give it out! But well, I think it's very basic for me, I don't have too many pre-conceived notions. Be real, be honest, be sensitive, have a sense of humour and have a sense of loyalty. I think if you have these four or five basics in place, you can make any relationship work. When those basics are strong, then the relationship is strong. That's how I look at relationships. Both people have to want it as much, and when the basics are strong, you can ride any storm. Both people have to want to make the relationship work as much.

Now that we can put the list out, what will you bring to the table? 
I'm ready to give anything to a relationship. As long as I'm not expected to change beyond what my basic nature is. Every relationship needs adjustment and understanding and you have to be ready to do that. But as long as you don't end up changing yourself as the basic person you were, because then you'll be unhappy. Apart form that, anything it takes! I'm always someone who's looking for longevity. I think you must never get into a relationship expecting it to culminate, only, you should know that there is a possibility of culmination.

http://www.desipowerchat.com/bollywoodnews/x93_shahid_kapoor_latest_interview.htm

this interviewer probably annoyed him LOL shahid does not like to talk about his personal life, and they were all over him about it. oh well, but i do like what he likes in a girl. they're simple things that work even for a man too.
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Problem with the idiotic reporters is that if you do not talk to them they create their own stories and plenty of rubbish.
But if you talk to them, they make you fed up and angry.
They are worse than our MIDs in the forum.
Also there are so many of them all ready with poison arrows.
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Posted: 27 December 2010 at 12:12pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Summer3

Problem with the idiotic reporters is that if you do not talk to them they create their own stories and plenty of rubbish.
But if you talk to them, they make you fed up and angry.
They are worse than our MIDs in the forum.
Also there are so many of them all ready with poison arrows.

yeah, either way they're going to get their drama.....

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