An advertising agency involved in a major repositioning campaign for a popular deodorant brand made the mistake of hiring a well known but has-been female movie star for an ad film it was shooting recently. The 30-something actress, thrilled to be employed again, insisted on involving herself with every little detail of the ad, and reportedly demanded that her outfits for the commercial be sourced from a leading Bollywood designer. Agency representatives suggested the designer would be unnecessarily expensive, but the actress would have it no other way. Shed shared a warm and close friendship with him during her successful years, and she was convinced hed make her look good.
Abhay Deol's award count is zero surprisingly after so many solid stellar performances. Abhay Deol though could'nt care less and even says that getting no awards from popular award shows is a sign he is doing something right. Perhaps his biggest inspiration is Aamir Khan who does not care about these awards shows too.
Vidya Balan has recently refused to get rid of the dark film on her car windows. As per the new rule, it is illegal for anyone to travel with dark films in cars so why do actors feel they are above the law? Vidya however keeps paying the fine every time she is caught by cops but refuses to take off the dark film. Vidya may pay her fine unlike some other movie stars but the questions still remains, are film stars above the law?
After directing a well-received box-office hit for a prominent production banner, this actor-turned-director believed hed found a permanent home for his films at this company. After all, he was thick friends with the two producer partners (one of whom he even successfully launched as an actor with his last film) and they seemed eager to keep him on their roster of directors. But when the producer partners wouldnt approve a single script idea hed developed in three years, he began to think it was time to move out of their fold.