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Stork visits Juhi again!

January 31, 2003 19:14 IST

Stork visits Juhi again!

Juhi Chawla and Jai Mehta are ready to have another child after three-year-old Jhanvi.

Though Juhi remains tight-lipped, sources say the actress refused Tanuja Chandra's Vaasta because she is pregnant. Tanuja and Juhi have been keen to work together for some time. Juhi was slated to work in Yeh Zindagi Ka Safar, but it did not work out and Amisha Patel stepped in.Juhi Chawla

Recently, Juhi announced that she was to play the role of an actress past her prime in Tanuja's new film. Now, Mahima Chaudhry has replaced her in the movie, which also stars Priyanshu Chatterjee and Aryan Vaid.

Tabu out of Munnabhai MBBS

Vidhu Vinod Chopra's film Munnabhai MBBS has been in the news for the wrong reasons lately. When the film was announced, the cast included Shah Rukh Khan and Aishwarya Rai. Later, Shah Rukh walked out citing a back problem. And before Ash realised it, she was replaced with Rani Mukherji.

Opposite Rani, Govinda was chosen as the male lead. But things did not work out between Govinda and Chopra.Tabu

Chopra then decided to cast Sanjay Dutt as Munnabhai. And with that, Tabu became his choice for the female lead. Now, she too has been replaced by Lagaan star Gracy Singh.

Tabu, like the other two heroines who were shown the door unceremoniously, is clueless about what went wrong.

Lata, Rahman in concert

Lata Mangeshkar and A R Rahman will perform together at a concert in Hyderabad on February 14.

Organised by Musicurry-Grandsalaam Network, a joint venture between Musicurry Records and Entertainment Pvt
Limited, Mumbai, and the Hyderabad-based Grandsalaam Network Pvt Ltd, the event is called The Unity of Light Concert, conceived by Rapport Global Event, Mumbai. A R Rahman

A host of other singers including, S P Balasubramanyam, Hariharan, Udit Narayan, Sukhvinder, Shanker Mahadevan, Sonu Nigam, Sadhana Sargam, Sujata, Srinivasan, Shivamani, Vasundhara Das and Mahalaxmi Iyer are also likely to perform at the concert.

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