Monday, 15 December 2014
Mumbai: Varun and Shraddha, who have left for Los Angeles for the shooting of ABCD 2, have asked their fathers, David Dhawan and Shakti Kapoor respectively, to join them there. David and Shakti who have worked together in multiple films and share a close bond, barely get time to catch up in Mumbai.
The tapes of what happened at the Taj Hotel when Saif Ali Khan got into a brawl with a South African businessman two years ago are out.
The clips are being aired on a news channel. However, at no point does one see Saif hitting the guy.
Cutesy-pie twosome Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra, who are reportedly dating, were the cynosure of all eyes at the sangeet ceremony of Manish Malhotra's niece Rriddhi.
Three-film-old Alia Bhatt has now grown up in Bollywood.
Rolene Strauss Wins 2014 Miss World Pageant: 5 Things to Know About Miss South Africa, a "Test Tube Baby"!
Congrats to the winner of the 2014 Miss World pageant, Miss South Africa, Rolene Strauss!
The 22-year-old beauty queen and med student was crowned onstage at the competition's grand final in London on Sunday. Miss Hungary, Edina Kulcsár, came in second, while Miss United States, Elizabeth Safrit, placed third.
Check out five things to know about Strauss below.
1. She's a "test tube baby"
This is what she jokingly calls herself. Strauss says on her website that her parents had struggled to conceive for five years.
"After five long years (and most of their savings), I popped out of a test tube," she wrote. "A year after my birth my brother was, like my mom says, "sent from heaven."
Is Gigi Hadid the Next Victoria's Secret Angel? Supermodel Teases New Photo Shoot With Lingerie Company
Gigi Hadid is ready to add a little pink to her modeling portfolio.
Less than a week after the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show aired in the states, the lingerie company appears to be taking an interest in the young model.
On Sunday afternoon, Hadid teased fans with a picture on Twitter that suggests she may be working with the brand sooner rather than later.
"bein a goof on set of @VSPINK with #ellistonlutz," she shared while posing in a black and white striped sweater.
Looks like someone may be adding another company to their already impressive resume. Tom Ford, Guess and now this at just 19?! Not too bad at all.
YOU’VE seen her nude on a wrecking ball, you’ve seen her twerking on Robin Thicke, you’ve seen more than enough of her Gene Simmons-esque tongue for one lifetime.
Now Miley Cyrus has upped the ante, giving fans a super-gross look under her skin.
Yes, you read that right — Miley recently underwent surgery to remove a cyst from the inside of her wrist, and the social media-happy singer shared eight — count ’em, eight — graphic photos of her surgery in progress.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released three official Christmas photographs of Prince George.
The pictures were taken in late November and show the prince in a courtyard at Kensington Palace.
The third-in-line to the throne celebrated his first birthday in July, and is now almost 17 months old.
The shots of the prince were taken by Prince Harry's private secretary Ed Lane Fox, who has also worked as a freelance photographer.
Thousands of people dressed in Santa Claus costumes gather at Times Square during the annual SantaCon celebration in New York.
It wasn’t supposed to be this way. Investors had every reason to expect stocks to finish the year on a high note, but any Santa Claus rally is in real jeopardy now.
The NYSE Composite Indexhas plunged below both its 50-day and 200-day moving average for the first time since early October, a dangerous technical condition that presages deeper losses in the days to come. High-yield corporate bonds have been slammed back to late 2013 levels. Fear is in the air as the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) surges higher. Safe-haven seekers are pouring into Treasury bonds, pushing the 10-year yield to 2.1 percent — a level not seen since June 2013. The bond market is pricing in serious trouble.
Japan's ruling coalition has won a new two-thirds majority in parliamentary elections seen as a referendum on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's economic policy.
Japanese media reported that Mr Abe's Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) retained its House of Representatives majority.
The LDP will govern with the Buddhist-backed Komeito party after the parties won 325 seats out of 475.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called the snap vote to secure support for his "Abenomics" economic reforms.
Public broadcaster NHK said the LDP had won 290 seats, with Komeito taking 35.
An armed assailant was holding an unknown number of hostages inside a central Sydney cafe on Monday, police said, with local television showing some being forced to hold up a black flag with white Arabic writing in the window.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who has warned of militant plans to strike Australian targets, said there were indications the hostage situation at the Lindt Cafe was politically motivated.