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He is also an upcoming star in B-town and a style-icon. He is a man, who with his looks, character, persona and a simple but sophisticated image, manages to steal the hearts of millions.

Queries are pouring in from lakhs of young people on various social networking sites expressing their desire to see Rannvijay’s debut film Toss. The buzz is that they can’t wait for August 28, the day Toss is hitting the screens. Rannvijay, who plays a very interesting role of a beach bum Ryan is all set to appear on various television shows to promote Toss.
So all you Rannvijay fans will have to wait a little while before this dashing Roadie comes on screen to capture your hearts yet again.

   Being a popular VJ and an ex-Roadie, Rannvijay has already given people enough to talk about. But, looks like that’s too less to ask for. Therefore, he is all set for a new career on the silver screen with Toss.
    Indeed, there are lots and lots more to wait from his side this year.

Return of the sizzler
Meghna Naidu is known as the Kaliyon Ka Chaman girl, but what people are going  to get this time is going to blow their minds out completely. She is back and how?
   Meghna has signed few big banner movies and with the new look that she has been sporting, she is surely going to create major waves in the film industry.

    She had done a few films and then went a little low, just to return with a bang.
Says Meghna about her new look, “The low phase was a deliberate attempt for me to work on myself and also invest time into  other aspects like getting better projects. I have  been working really hard during this time and now that I have few good banners, where I am doing roles which have substance, I am glad to have taken the sabbatical. I am very sure that the audiences will like my look which will be quite refreshing.” We wish Meghna all the best

Behind a veilHrithik Roshan
Sanjay Leela Bhansali has taken secrecy to an all new level. Since he
doesn’t want anyone to see Hrithik Roshan’s look in Guzzarish, he has the entire passage covered when Hrithik steps out of his make-up van and gets on to the set.
No camera phones are allowed in the vicinity, especially when Hrithik is walking from the make-up van to the set.
Bhansali also doesn’t like to have any mobile phones on the set. Not only do his actors keep their cell phones off, even the relatives of the actors and the staff make sure the beep of the phone isn’t heard by the hot-headed Bhansali, who wants no distractions what so ever.

Sharing a lot in common
After Masti, Amrita Rao and Genelia D’Souza will be seen again in Life Partner. Being from a non filmy background, both Amrita and Genelia share a lot in common.
While shooting for Life Partner, Amrita and Genelia bonded like crazy, and even did an impromptu dance number for the entire crew. In fact, Genelia once fell ill during the shooting of Life Partner and her only friend-in-need was Amrita, who actually spent an entire night with her in the room taking care of her.
Genelia’s mother was supposed to fly down to see her daughter, but Genelia gave her mom the conviction that Amrita was taking good care of her.

An international film school in India 
He has never come to India. Yet CEO and creative director of the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, David Strasberg, son of the late Lee Strasberg,
who developed the method acting technique, will be
opening the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in Mumbai and Hyderabad in June, 2010.
There will be five courses offered — acting, directing, scriptwriting, cinematography and sound.

Picking up pieces from past
In the reclusive silence of bungalow number 2 at Bandstand, Bandra, Mumbai, veteran actress Rekha has been quietly penning her memories of the last fifty years. But instead of merely bringing a book out, the diva now intends to make a film out of it.   Says Rekha, “Yes, I have been picking up the pieces of my life from the memories of the past. I have been carefully going back in time to identify every person who has shaped my life and this has made me realise that I am the product of love and affection of many. The most important person of course is my mother who couldn’t have given me more love.”

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