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").
Bollywood screen icon Amitabh Bachchan and his family not only fired-up the inaugural ceremony of the 20th Kolkata International Film Fest but they also strengthened and renewed their ties with West Bengal.
Abhishek Bachchan may be riding high on the success of `Happy New Year` but mother Jaya Bachchan has her own reservations regarding the film. She may be a doting mother but apparently the 66 year-old actress does not think highly of her son's film.
Shah Rukh Khan's midas touch this Diwali has done the trick once again. The SRK starrer `Happy New Year` which released on October 24 has raked in a gross total of over Rs 250 crore worldwide, reports suggest.
The very talented Abhishek Bachchan, who is currently basking in the glory of his Rs 100 crore film 'Happy New Year' might be a busy man these days, but that surely doesn't stop him from doing what he likes. The actor reportedly will be seen doing a guest role in a film directed by his namesake Abhishek Sharma.
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.