Bollywood Insider: “Taare Zameen Par,” Aishwarya Rai, John Abraham, Shahrukh, Fardeen Khan, Abishek Bachchan, Preity Zinta, Rani Mukherjee, Saif Ali Khan, Akshay Kumar, Deepika Padukone, and Shilpa Shetty


Opps, fallen a bit behind on the “Bollywood Insider” information, so here it is, better late than never. Can you believe how generous SRK is?

 

The latest Bollywood chugli from our favorite correspondent, Suzi Mann: bolly.jpg

The Latest Bollywood chugli – Shahrukh turns Santa – Abishek inspires kids in Taare Zameen Par – Deepika denies marriage talk – Shilpa Come Dancing:

 And here’s another update from Suzi:

The latest Bollywood chugli: Aishwarya Rai & John Abraham set for screen outing – Shahrukh saviour for Yash Raj Films? – Fardeen Khan takes the stand:

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2 thoughts on “Bollywood Insider: “Taare Zameen Par,” Aishwarya Rai, John Abraham, Shahrukh, Fardeen Khan, Abishek Bachchan, Preity Zinta, Rani Mukherjee, Saif Ali Khan, Akshay Kumar, Deepika Padukone, and Shilpa Shetty

  1. My blog is essentially a political blog. I did a post about Bollywood that I think you’ll find interesting. The sources are dated, and I’m not sure if my post is still true. I hope you’ll leave a comment.

    My blog is Minneapolis based.

    Really good blog.

  2. Stopped by to check out your interesting blog. Thanks for your comment and for visiting our blog. The article on your site on Bollywood was interesting; unfortunately I think some of the information was not quite correct. For example, Sajawal Khan states in the article that about Bollywood movies that, “Most of the movies are shot either in Europe or America so that money can be transferred abroad.” That is incorrect. Some movies are filmed abroad, certainly not most. I think had the author known more about the genre, it would have been a more impressive article. For a better understanding of the issue of money laundering and underworld involvement in Bollywood, I would recommend,

    MAXIMUM CITY, by Suketu Mehta

    http://www.suketumehta.com/

    or

    Bollywood: A History, by Mihir Bose

    Both of these books contain a fuller understanding and explanation of the issue discussed in Sajawal Khan’s article.

    BTW Renegade Eye, I didn’t notice any Bollywood or Indian cinema movies listed in your profile’s favorite movies!

    All the best!
    Sita-ji

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