A roundup of all the TAMASHA in Bollywood
Movie releases or not, Bollywood is always abuzz with a lot of action.
In this tongue-in-cheek roundup, we bring you everything that went down in tinsel town this past week.
Not without my family
Grand Masti actor Vivek Oberoi declared categorically in an interview ahead of the film's release, "My family WON'T watch Grand Masti."
What he actually meant, "Having me around the house is torture enough."
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Image: Vivek Oberoi and Kainaat Arora in Grand Masti
Porn star dancing
Vivek's costar Aftab Shivdasani had more confessions to make in his own interview.
He asserted, "Grand Masti is NOT soft porn."
Yeah, because if it was, they'd probably hire someone actually good-looking.
Also, if you have to make such statements, the whole point of a film overflowing with double-entendres is lost, no?
Image: Aftab Shivdasani
Bigg Boss host Salman Khan, when quizzed at the show's launch about his friendly gesture towards Shah Rukh Khan at an Eid bash earlier this year, said that it wouldn't have been human if he hadn't hugged SRK.
Well, that adds up.
Because, you know, Salman is all about doing humane things. Like, maybe, mowing down pavement-dwellers, threatening colleagues and hunting endangered animals?
Image: Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan hugged it out at an Eid bash
Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar
God tussi great ho
According to reports that surfaced last week, Shah Rukh Khan reportedly had the lane that leads to Mt Mary's Church, from in front of his bungalow Mannat, barricaded to avoid noise from the visiting devotees during the Bandra Fair, celebrated to commemorate the Nativity of Mary, though the star's side denied any such pressure from them.
Who knew you needed to appease the god of Bollywood to pay obeisance to your own!
Image: Shah Rukh Khan in Mannat, his palatial residence in Mumbai
Photographs: Abhijit Mhamunkar
Hey, I asked you tobacco-ff, didn't I?
After the horrific Horror Story, Naseeruddin Shah will be seen in Kaizad Gustad’s hugely anticipated directorial project Jackpot costarring Sachiin Joshi.
We say hugely anticipated because it’ll be surreal to see the acting stalwart share screen space with a wannabe actor whose claim to fame is his Gutkha empire. Established by his father.
Those dreadlocks look cool, though.
Image: Naseeruddin Shah, Sunny Leone, Kaizad Gustad, and Sachiin Joshi on the sets of Jackpot
Photographs: Reuben NV