Bipasha Basu's In Love With Greece
Actress Bipasha Basu, who is in Greece for a film shoot, says she had a blast in an island named Mykonos. She loved its relaxed feel, food and shopping.
"Leaving Mykonos and now off to Athens! Had da best time ever! Mykonos is just my kinda place! Ocean, sun, beaches, music and very relaxed and friendly people (sic)," tweeted Bipasha.
She couldn't stop raving about the place."...And how can I forget the sea food and the yummiest cheese crepes! Shopping here is also very my style - maxis and cute dresses in floral prints or whites and beads and all kinds of beautiful bracelets!" she added.
Several Actresses Show Up At Aishwarya's Baby Shower Ceremony
Several Bollywood beauties attended the 'godh bharai' ceremony of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. The Bachchans hosted a grand ceremony for their daughter-in-law.
Aishwarya's husband actor Abhishek, who was busy shooting for Bol Bachchan in Jaipur, took a day off for the ceremony while his sister Shweta also flew down from Delhi for this big event. Those, who attended the ceremony include Asha Parekh, Sonali Bendre, Saroj Khan, Twinkle Khanna, Dimple Kapadia, Manyata Dutt, Vaibhavi Merchant, Bipasha Basu, Urmila Matondkar, Shaina NC and others.
"I went to give in my good wishes and blessings to Aishwarya and her family. It is lovely to see a glowing mother," Shaina said.
The proud daddy Abhishek was overwhelmed with the blessings pouring in from all quarters for the baby.
"Good morning everyone. Thank you so much for all the wishes for Aishwarya on her godh bharai. Read out some of your messages to her," Abhishek wrote on Twitter.
Back Injury Lands Hrithik In Hospital
Hrithik Roshan has been admitted to the hospital in Mumbai after he hurt his back while shooting for Karan Johar's Agneepath. According to reports the actor has been advised complete bed rest for two weeks. The film's shoot has been cancelled for the time being. Last week, Hrithik's wife Sussanne had also tweeted about his back problem: "H (Hrithik) down with the worst back spasm…he's in agony, doc says to rest 2wks minimum."
Vidya Balan Advised To Rest
Vidya Balan's sizzling outing in The Dirty Picture has not only grabbed a lot of eyeballs but has even taken a toll on the actress' health.
While Vidya was to celebrate Dussehra with great gusto as her film readies for its December 2 release, the actress instead landed in a Mumbai's hospital.
According to sources, though she has now been discharged, she has been advised complete rest.
She has lately been maintaining a very tight schedule due to her ambitious upcoming film, The Dirty Picture in which she plays the South siren Silk Smitha.
The actress is said to have been kept under observation for three days and underwent several tests. The results indicated that her hemoglobin level was too low and she was put on drip, said the source.
Vidya has been following the doctors' orders and has reportedly postponed the last leg put work aside for sometime, the last few scenes for the film will have to wait.
With most of the shooting of film taking place in Hyderabad, sources say that Vidya's travel in and out of Mumbai over the past couple of months has taken a toll on the actress.
John Abraham To Star With Sylvester Stallone?
John Abraham's new found action image seems to be working well for him. It has managed to attract the attention of Hollywood heavyweights like Sylvester Stallone and Gerard Butler.
If all goes well, you may just see Johnny boy alongside Stallone. Apparently, JJ Perry, Stallone's action trainer has now turned filmmaker and he has been looking to cast John and the Hollywood hotshots for his forthcoming film.
Confirms John, "Perry saw some shots from my film Force. He called me and appreciated my work and physique. He also expressed interest in casting me for his next film. I will be going to Los Angeles in December to meet the producers."
Though starring with Rambo himself is an opportunity John obviously does not want to let go of, he maintains that his heart lies in Bollywood. He adds, "I am an Indian first and Indian films have always been my first priority. Only if I think it's worth it will I make any international commitments."