Nowadays it's an ongoing trend in Bollywood to base the plot of their stories on diseases/illnesses/rare disorders. Often touted as a hit formula, audiences are instantly drawn to watch such movies, where the protagonist battles with a complicated disease or illness.
A.R. Murugadoss came and conquered Bollywood with his first film -- action thriller `Ghajini`, a remake of his Tamil hit of the same name. Now ready with his second movie `Holiday - A Soldier Is Never Off Duty`, also a remake of his film `Thuppakki`, the southern filmmaker lauds Hindi filmdom for providing a “platform to reach worldwide audiences” and reveals that his next in Hindi would be an original.
Having a star actor-filmmaker like Aamir Khan as her husband doesn`t give Kiran Rao reason enough to either cast him in a movie or compete with him at the box office. The ‘Dhobi Ghat’ director will be content if "different kinds" of movies can co-exist with the "changing" star system in filmdom.
Post the super duper success of Aamir Khan starrer ‘Ghajini’, South Indian director AR Murugadoss became an overnight sensation in Bollywood. Buzz has it that industry bigwigs Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan are more than keen to have the filmmaker on board for their respective projects.
Aamir Khan can go to any extend to achieve absolute perfection. Buzz has it that the actor has gone bald to get that ‘look’ for his forthcoming film. Sources confirm that Aamir has cropped his hair and the actor will be re-growing them in stages to finalise the look that will suit him best. The thinking actor has earlier shaved his head off in 2007 for his role in ‘Ghajini’. And now, he has done it again!