Celebrities maybe otherwise busy people, but some take out time for their friends. Especially if it is for fun. Abhishek Bachchan, who is a known prankster decided to start a Twitter trend making fun of Farah Khan. He started a hashtag #WeWantFarahKhanPic asking fans to post pictures of Farah (read "funny ones only").
A heady brew of Bollywood, Hollywood and the best of world cinema lies in store for the cultural enthusiasts here as the 20th edition of the Kolkata International Film Festival (KIFF) -- India's second oldest movie fest -- is set to open Monday.
Witty answers, anecdotes, flying kisses and lots of jhatkas and matkas by Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan punctuated a starry Wednesday evening as he toasted the success of ‘Happy New Year’ with the film team and audience at the St. Xavier's College here.
Farah Khan is one of the few female directors who has broken the myth that a woman can’t helm masala movies. The director, who has churned out blockbusters like ‘Main Hoon Naa’ and ‘Om Shanti Om’, says in a “sexist country” she has proved that a woman can do it better.
Farah Khan's movies are never about logic, great loophole free storylines or even thought generating grounded cinema. They are the definition of the word 'Bollywood'. Entertaining, cheeky and pompous. At least they are supposed to be.