The actor shot a lavish song for 'Ready' with Two choreographers!
'Character Dheela', is what superstar Salman Khan
is describing his character through a song in his upcoming film 'Ready'.
Replete with amusing lyrics and Salman's patent dance moves, the song was shot in Bangkok
with 100 dancers especially flown down from Mumbai
Moreover, two separate choreographers - Raju Khan and Mudassar Khan
worked together on the song with Salman to create a total Dhamaal
The producers Bhushan Kumar and Rajat Rawail are ecstatic at the way
the song has shaped up and are confident that this song will be one of
the biggest hits this year!
This romantic comedy stars Salman Khan and Asin as the lead and is
being directed by Anees Bazmee and is produced by T-series and Rajat
The one-film old Sonakshi Sinha
has already walked her way into prestigious projects like Joker and
Prabhu Devaa's next with Akshay Kumar, an untitled film with Kamal
with Saif Ali Khan
, Dabangg-2 and Kick with Salman Khan
Salman's protg does come with her share of will-dos and won't-dos.
Being the daughter of BJP Minister and yesteryear superstar Shatrughan
Sinha comes with its share of advantages; and responsibilities.
A trade source says, "She is already getting paid a bomb. We hear that
her remuneration for Race-2 is almost a crore and she is getting paid
twice that amount for the Kamal Haasan
film.'' What's more, according to trade circles, Sonakshi has a
stringent contract. "It stipulates 'no kissing, no explicit lovemaking
and no bikini','' says our source.
Because of her lineage,
the Dabangg girl is allowed to dictate terms to filmmakers. Though the
born-with-a-chip-on-her-square-shoulders actress refuses to divulge
anything, a source from the crew of Race-2 reveals that she has made it
clear to director-duo Abbas-Mustan that she is okay with doing
something as hot as Katrina, but she will not do the kind of bold
scenes that Bipasha did in Race.
Saif and Bipasha steamed it up in a barn scene in Race and the Bengali
bombshell also seduced' Akshaye Khanna on screen with her bare-n-dare
act. Whereas Kat played the sweet secretary who shed her inhibitions in
just the song-dance routine.
Badnaam Hui', the smash hit item number from Salman Khan starrer
'Dabangg' has created history by entering the Guinness Book of World
Over 1200 people danced for three
minutes on the song, led by Malaika. The event was organised by Indian
Film festival 2011 director Mitu Bhowmick Lange to promote Bollywood
The song was played at Melbourne Park in Australia on weekend with over 1200 people dancing together.
Malaika received a certificate for setting the record yesterday.
Lange said: "Its been amazing to see such a large crowd has come
together and danced with same steps on this exciting number."
The earlier record was set in Singapore when over 1008 people danced for a song.
Malaika was accompanied by her Bollywood star husband Arbaaz Khan and her son.
The gala evening was also attended by Vidya Balan, director of 'No one
Killed Jessica' Raj Kumar Gupta, director Kabir Khan and Pakistan pop
singer Ali Zafar .
Aamir wants Salman to marry
Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan
, who turned 46 Monday, says he wants his friend and co-star Salman Khan
to get married soon.
"I am looking forward to the day when Salman Khan would get married. He
has so many good looking girls roaming around him," Aamir told
reporters Monday when he was asked who among the age forty plus actors
he would like to see taking marriage vows.
Aamir celebrated his birthday by cutting a cake in the lawns of his Pali Hill residence.
Aamir forayed into acting with 1988 film "Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak" after
which there was no looking back for him. As an actor, he has given
several hits like "Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar", "Lagaan", "Sarfarosh" and
"Dil Chahta Hai", "Rang De Basanti", " Ghajini
" and " 3 Idiots
When he decided to wield the megaphone, he came out with a magnificent
story of a dyslexic child in his directorial debut "Taare Zameen Par",
which he had produced as well, and it turned out to be a big hit at the
As a producer too he made successful commercial
hits like Oscar nominated period drama "Lagaan" and "Jaane Tu... Ya
Jaane Na". He also produced non-commercial hits "Peepli Live" and
His successful art of multitasking has earned him the title of Mr. Perfectionist in Bollywood.
Aamir says after spending over three decades in the industry his horizon as an actor has broadened.
"I am thankful for the love and affection that the industry has
showered on me and my horizon as an actor has also broadened over the
years," he said.
He is also delighted to see female directors making their mark in the male dominated industry.
"I have worked with Kiran Rao ('Dhobi Ghat'), Anusha Rizvi ('Peepli
Live') and I am doing Reema Kagti's new film and I really support them
and appreciated them for their work," he said.
Aamir had made certain promises to himself on his birthday last year and the actor says he has achieved some of them.
"I have learned Marathi to quite an extent, have started swimming but
haven't learnt to cook till now. And talking about spending more time
with my mother, she has started living on the top floor, so I am
spending time with her," he said the actor who has signed Yash Raj
Films' "Dhoom 3".
Currently he is busy with Kagti's untitled movie, but took time off from shooting to spend his birthday with his family.
Salman's turned real smart
has learnt his lesson the hard way. We hear that the actor now turns
down any offer for star presence if he isn't allowed to promote his
philanthropic organisation on the platform.
wearing his NGO's merchandise and even promoting it by speaking about
it at the events has very much become a part of Salman's menu. He has
also been diverting the fees from these events to his foundation. Given
Salman's star value, the organisers don't seem to mind. Besides,
anything for a good cause, right?