The interesting videos this week
Last updated on: April 13, 2013 09:57 IST
Sexy IPL host Rochelle's 'jumping jhapak' act
Former Miss India and the sexy host of Extraaa Innings during the sixth edition of IPL,Rochelle Maria Rao chatted with rediff.com on Dhoni,Kohli, wearing silk saris and her dressing and offers make-up tips to look hot.Check-out Rochelle's hot moves on IPL's anthem 'jumping-jhapak'.
Mallika Sherawat AS NEVER SEEN BEFORE!
Superhot Mallika Sherawat has decided to surprise everybody. For her next movie Dirty Politics Mallika has got the de-glam look.To justify her role she will be seen wearing cotton saris and salwar-kameez.Well, it needs to be seen how much her fans like this look as they are simply used to seeing Mallika in sizzling clothes!
Abhijeet Sawant sings 'lafzoon mein'
After reaching the pinnacle of stardom as the winner of the first season of Indian Idol, Abhijeet Sawant launched his third album, Farida, recently.Farida is a Sufi album. It comprises seven songs composed by four music composers.Listen to Abhijeet's favourite song from this album Lafzoon mein.
Sunny's HOT item number
The Censor Board seems to have sprung into action yet again. And this time Sanjay Gupta's upcoming gangster film has come under CBFC's radar. The board has apparently taken an objection to certain words in Sunny Leone's item number in the film from being aired as part of the television promo. And to comply with the board's demands, the makers have altered the lyrics from Laila teri le legi to Laila teri loot legi for the telly audience. A source says, "The Censor Board felt that it had to be changed to make it more appropriate for the TV audience. The makers had to re-dub the line and the new version will now be shown on television."Watch the song on rediff.com.
Anti-rape lingerie to protect women
Toss aside your pepper spray and mace, ladies – there's a new form of rape protection coming soon to a store near you! Several engineering students at an Indian university are in the process of developing a special nightgown, the Society Harnessing Equipment (S.H.E.), that is equipped with electric currents that can shock someone who makes an unwanted advance toward the wearer. The garment itself is equipped with enough power to shoot out 82 electric shocks at 3,800 kV and is lined with a special polymer that prevents the wearer from being zapped. It is also wired with a GPS device so that police and parents can be notified as soon as the attack occurs. The students are also working on adding a Bluetooth device to the lingerie and making it water-resistant and washable. They came up with the idea for the S.H.E. after a New Delhi woman was gang-raped and died last year.
Mamata Banerjee calls Delhi unsafe
After cancelling her scheduled meeting with finance minister P Chidambaram to leave for Kolkata, West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday said that Delhi was a highly unsafe place. A day after she was heckled along with her Finance minister Amit Mitra by Left protesters here, Mamata alleged that the police did not cooperate at all while she was being manhandled. Banerjee, on her return from Delhi on Wednesday, was admitted to a nursing home after she developed breathing problems. She had cancelled her meeting with Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram in the national capital. "She is undergoing tests like MRI," said a doctor treating Banerjee at Belle Vue Clinic.TMC secretary-general and state Parliamentary Affairs Minister Partha Chatterjee said the chief minister was feeling low after the incident in Delhi. State Panchayat Minister Subrata Mukherjee, who had accompanied Banerjee to Delhi, said: "It was a ploy to kill her. Had Firhad Hakim (state urban development minister) not prevented an SFI supporter from attacking her with an iron rod, she would have received fatal injuries. "The Delhi Police failed completely to provide protection to our chief minister. They should have made full-proof security arrangements. The way SFI and CPM supporters attacked us is shameful."