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When it's about stirring the grapevine or fiddling with viewers' curiosity then certainly no one can do that better than King of Bollywood, SRK. And in the recent past we have often seen him doing that for his upcoming cine flick 'FAN'. Be it about getting scolded outside his own mansion, or revealing that curiosity inducing teaser, SRK has done it all for his this much-anticipated upcoming cine chronicle.

So, finally that big moment is here for which all we die-haed fans of SRK and SRK himself was eagerly waiting. In order to add to curiosity of his fans, today SRK unveiled the first teaser poster of 'FAN'. And after seeing this first look of 'FAN' we have a gut that with FAN, SRK will certainly succeed in mesmerizing his fans yet again.

 Showcasing an SRK-esque man standing with his back towards viewers, the poster says,`Aa raha hai sabse bade superstar ka sabsa bada fan.`

 Besides, it is also worth mentioning here that in order to make 'FAN' a talk of the town makers of the movie are working day and night to have a magnificent attention grabbing strategy.

 In one such promotional gimmick they recently  painted the compound walls of Mannat with the words `SRK, See you on 15th. Gaurav`.

 And we guess this tactic of makers certainly banged right on the target, as soon after that this act created a huge furor on the social media platforms.

 As per reports this directorial venture of Maneesh Sharma which is slated to release in April next year is about a fan named Gaurav and his tryst with his onscreen god.

General Discussion / Baahubali inspired SRK?
« on: August 05, 2015, 01:24:26 AM »
 Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan is inspired by S.S. Rajamouli's magnum opus "Baahubali: The Beginning" and its team.

 The film, which hit the screens on July 10 in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi, is the first south Indian film to enter the Rs.300 crore club in just nine days of its release.

 "To everyone involved, thanks for the inspiration. You can only reach the sky if you are willing to take the leap!" Shah Rukh tweeted on Sunday.

 The movie, a mythological drama about two brothers at war for a kingdom, stars Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty and Tamannaah Bhatia in the lead roles.

 The second part in the Rs.250 crore franchise is slated for release next year. 

Salman Khan has been kept amused on the set of 'Prem Ratan Dhan Payo'. The star is shooting with Neil Nitin Mukesh and Armaan Kohli (who play his brothers) at the ND Studios in Karjat.

 Armaan, who has got himself an Airwheel, a self-balancing electric unicycle, was spotted moving around the set on his new acquisition recently.

 Every time Sallu catches Armaan zipping across, he can't stop himself from cackling. Looking at Sallu's fascination for this, Neil gave him an instant demo.

 When onlookers started taking snapshots of the trio being so involved with the unicycle, one of the unit hands made them delete pictures! Funny how Sallu wants certain things kept secret.

General Discussion / Sonakshi Sinha is Dawood Ibrahim's sister - Exposed
« on: August 05, 2015, 01:21:50 AM »
Sonakshi Sinha is all excited to play the role of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's sister Haseena in an upcoming biopic. The film is helmed by Apoorva Lakhia of "Shootout at Lokhandwala" fame.

 "Thank you Shekhar (Ravjiani)! It is a brilliant script... I can't wait to play haseena," Sonakshi, 28, posted on Twitter after the music composer Shekhar congratulated the actress for her new outing.

 Dawood has two sisters -- Haseena Parkar and Saeeda Parkar. Haseena, who was known as the underworld queen, used to stay with her son Alishah and a 21-year-old-daughter in Mumbai's Nagpada. At the age of 55, she passed away last year after suffering a massive heart attack.

She was the seventh child in a family of 12 kids. Her father, Mohammed Ibrahim, was a police head constable in Mumbai crime branch.

This is not the first time Sonakshi, who is currently busy with her stint in "Indian Idol Junior", will be starring in an underworld film. She had played Dawood's love interest in "Once Upon ay Time in Mumbaai Dobaara!", which was said to be based on the life of the fugitive don.

 "Haseena" will go on floors from next year.

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