Ouch! That must have hurt Akshay bad! While shooting for Vipul Shah's ‘Thupakki’, amchi Bollywood’s “original Martial arts” hero got injured while in action.
When ‘Ready’ hero Salman Khan was asked about the response from fans and critics for his film, the superstar candidly said that though the critics have criticized the movie, the moviegoers liked it. And for him, they are the true critics, so he is happy that they are enjoying the flick.
Speaking about the feedback for his film, Salman said, “The critics are slamming the film and the junta loves the film.”
Reportedly, a die-hard admirer of Rajini believed the rumours that his idol is suffering from kidney complications. As a result, he tried to commit suicide so that after his death, his kidney could be used by the megastar.
The 40-year-old fan named Rajniraja Arockiasamy took an overdose of sleeping pills in order to end his life.
However, fortunately, his family members and neighbors, on finding him unconscious, rushed him to a nearby hospital.
Well, meet Sachin Bhathnagar, a die-hard Hrithik Roshan fan, who took the pains and got Hrithik’s face engraved on his back, just out of love for the superstar.
Sanjay could not be reached for comment, but the CEO of Sanjay Dutt Productions Dharma Oberoi confirmed, “In the next two months, Dutt’s contract with the gutkha brand is getting over and 99 % he won’t renew it.”
He further revealed that Sanjay is also trying to get rid of his smoking habit.
Reportedly, last week, the doctors association from Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) in KEM Hospital, had sent 51-year-old actor a letter, requesting him to stop endorsing tobacco products.
Claiming of having a huge fan following as compared to other nominated contestant, Bollywood actor Ashmit Patel, Manoj recently commented that his boot is a conspiracy, and has asked for the details of SMSs and its counting process.
Surprisingly, Manoj took potshots on the show’s host, Salman Khan and his brother, Arbaaz Khan, when he came to know that Arbaaz had tweeted messages supporting Ashmit on the micro-blogging site, Twitter.