New Delhi: Actress Dia Mirza, sporting a Ritu Kumar-designed green and beige ensemble, exchanged marital vows with her beau and business partner Sahil Sangha here Saturday.
The couple, who got engaged in New York earlier this year, had an Arya Samaj wedding ceremony at a farmhouse in Ghitorni here. The duo came out post wedding and posed for the shutterbugs.
New Delhi: Dressed in a simple pink shirt and a black half Nehru jacket, popular Indian author Chetan Bhagat mopped his brow as he blinked in the harsh lights at the Dogra Auditorium at IIT Delhi.
"Now," pointing at a well-dressed lady sitting besides him on the dias, "She is is sitting with me. She's my batchmate, she won't even speak to me when we were in college," he says cheekily.
New Delhi: Actor Shiv Pandit, who became popular via TV show 'F.I.R.' and was appreciated for his work in the movie 'Shaitan', will be seen in a key character in the forthcoming film 'Meet The Patels'. He is excited about the "clean comedy".
To be directed by Saurabh Varma, the film is based in Mumbai and is about two Gujarati boys Tom Patel and Jerry Patel, who know how to live life to the fullest and would do anything except hard work.
Mumbai: Actor Sanjay Mishra, known for his comic roles in movies, says he'd be "okay" doing a sex comedy -- but there's a catch!
"I don't know whether people want to cast me for sex comedy, but if it's a good script I am okay with it. But it's just that my kids should be able to watch it without any hesitation," Mishra told IANS.
In an attempt to support who suffered personal and financial loss in the recent floods in Kashmir, Bollywood stars have come down to Delhi today.
Several popular stars, who've entertained us with their acting prowess, are in the Capital to be part of the concert Hum Hain Ummed-e-Kashmir.
Mumbai: TV actor Kushal Tandon, who has always been vocal about his relationship with model-turned-actress Gauahar Khan, has announced a parting of ways.
"There is nothing called gaushal guys m sorry to break the news...Gauahar n I r no more together...love and peace (sic)," Kushal tweeted Friday.
Mumbai: Actor Abhishek Bachchan, who tasted success as a producer with the National Award winning film 'Paa', says he's not a huge fan of producing movies. However, he's okay with the job as long as he isn't acting in the project as well.
"I hate producing films. It's just that I got lucky (with 'Paa'). But I hate it," Abhishek, who played a reel father to his real father Amitabh Bachchan in the 2009 movie, told IANS.
New Delhi: A qualified Indian doctor forced to drive a cab in Canada is the premise of actor Vinay Virmani's latest release 'Dr Cabbie', which he says is a story of an underdog finding his way against all odds. The 29-year-old Indo-Canadian actor, who also shares credit in the story, says the film is inspired by a chat he had with a taxi driver.
"I got this idea when I took a cab and the driver turned out to be a doctor. It was really a sad story and it does not happen only to Indians. You will find people from different countries going through similar issues. 'Dr Cabbie' is about one such underdog who starts healing on his own," Vinay told PTI in a telephonic interview.
"Dude, you saw what she posted today?"
"Nahi yaar, time nahi mila, screening mein thha. Dikha abhi?"
Actress Dia Mirza, all set to wed Sahil Sangha, opted for a private engagement ceremony in Chattarpur Farm in the Capital. The ceremony, as expected, saw the presence of her family members and close friends. For her engagement, Dia opted for blue and golden Anita Dongre lehenga with matching jewellery with traditional ornaments. And Sahil looked dapper in a long bandhgala coat which he teamed with white pajama. Instead of the common intricate design that covered her entire hand, Dia chose to go simple with her mehendi. Dia and Sahil have been dating for more than five years now. And it was Sahil who proposed to Dia in New York earlier this year. (Photos: Yogen Shah)