Ali Zafar found fame in Bollywood as a romantic hero but the Pakistani singer-actor is now keen to change that image with his gun-toting, gangster avatar in his upcoming release 'Kill Dil'.
Ali Zafar has confessed that he has a crush on late Hollywood beauty Marilyn Monroe.
Anupam Kher`s son Sikander may not have had a successful run at the box office so far, but the father hopes the young actor becomes as popular as his contemporaries
Manish Paul, who is foraying into Bollywood with `Mickey Virus`, a film set against the backdrop of hacking, says Bollywood A-listers like Salman Khan and Ranbir Kapoor will promote his film.
Pakistani actor Ali Zafar, who debuted in Bollywood with 2010 film ‘Tere Bin Laden’, will be seen doing a cameo in the comic satire's sequel.
TV anchor Manish Paul, whose Bollywood debut `Mickey Virus` is yet to hit screens, has bagged the lead role in Abhishek Sharma`s sequel to 2010 hit satire `Tere Bin Laden`.
Ali Zafar, who has been part of hit Hindi films like `Tere Bin Laden` and the recent `Chashme Baddoor` says he likes to experiment and challenge himself.
Actor-singer Ali Zafar, who began his Bollywood journey with comedy film ‘Tere Bin Laden’, feels that actors don`t get typecast in the Hindi film industry.
Ali Zafar, who garnered great applause for his comic act in `Tere Bin Laden`, is all set to feature in the film`s sequel but only in a cameo role.
Abhishek Sharma tickled everyone`s funny bone with his humorous take on Osama Bin Laden in his debut laugh riot ‘Tere Bin Laden’ in 2010 and the director says he will continue making comedies.
Actor Pradhuman Singh, who featured as Osama bin Laden`s lookalike in Bollywood film `Tere Bin Laden`, was injured recently while shooting an action sequence for his upcoming movie `Life Ki Toh Lag Gayi`.
After the success of his 2010 tongue-in-cheek Bollywood satire ‘Tere Bin Laden’, director Abhishek Sharma is working on his second film which too will have satirical shades.
The satirical Indian film, ‘Tere Bin Laden’, which features a fake Osama Bin Laden, will be the opening movie at The Friars Club’s Comedy Film Festival.
Ali Zafar is a busy man and it has nothing to do with Bollywood.
Seems like the bleak times of Bollywood helped turned the arclights on smaller budget films.
Day in Pics: 29th March
Showbiz World - March 29, 2015
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