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The first movie is being directed by Manoj Aggarwal and is untitled. “I play a very positive character in this movie where I will be seen saving my family,” says the actor.
Second is a comedy film Kya Karein Kya Na Karein. “I play a sutradhar in this movie. My character is similar to Akshay Kumar’s role in Bhool Bhulaiya. But there are no ghosts in it,” he clarifies.
The winner of Zee Cinestars Ki Khoj has worked in movies like Khanna and Iyer, Meri Padosan, Kuch Khatta Kuch Meetha and Hum Phir Mile Na Mile earlier.


Enter a world of dreams

HBO presents A Simple Wish on August 19 at 9 pm starring Martin Short, Mara Wilson, Kathleen Turner and Francis Capra. Little Anabel Greening is desperate. It’s bad enough that her older brother treats her like a baby.
Now, her widowed father, a singer-actor who supports the family by driving a cab in
Central Park, is about to audition for the lead role in a big broadway musical. And if he doesn’t get the part, the entire family will have to move to Nebraska. What could be worse for a seven-year-old New Yorker?
Anabel clearly needs a little help, but the fairy ‘godfather’ she ends up getting is the incompetent Murray. Making the matters worse is the evil Claudia, who infiltrates the annual meeting of the North American Fairy Godmothers Association, and makes off with the magic wands that contain all of their power. Can the world be restored to a place where a simple wish can come true? 


Pretty and artistic

In a city known for its tattoo culture, LA Ink is sure to stand out — drawing clients from all over the world and all walks of life. Viewers meet tattoo artist Kat Von D as she faces a crisis and finds out new ways to get out of them. LA Ink will offer a rare glimpse into Los Angeles that is seldom seen, through the eyes of a true insider. Watch the show on Discovery Travel and Living on August 19 at 10 pm.

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