Entertainment: Kangana ridicules Bollywood in AIB’s Bollywood Diva
Kangna has collaborated with All India Backchod (AIB) for a satirical collaboration hitting hard on nepotism and sexism and it has gone crazy viral
Actress Kangana Ranaut’s tussle with biggies of Bollywood has taken a satirical turn. The actress is known for her unique way of hitting back at comments. Now she has chosen a creative way to hit at the trends of the film fraternity.
Kangna has collaborated with comedy collective AIB for a satirical collaboration which has gone crazy viral. The Bollywood Diva song hits hard on sexism and nepotism .
In the video, she has ridiculed Karan Johar for saying she plays the victim card, she also has taken a dig at Shah Rukh Khan for having women half their age play his ‘love interests’, among a plethora of other things. Kangana pointed out at Hrithik and other actors launched by their fathers.
Kangna’s squabble with Hrithik and Karan Johar is an open secret. What has surprised people is the clubbing of Shah Rukh Khan with Hrithik Roshan and Karan Johar. Not only this, the actor in the video makes a grand entry in a scene parodying the one in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham in which Shah Rukh arrives and his mother welcomes him.
In less than 24 hours, the video was watched over 1.5 million times on YouTube and is being hotly discussed on Twitter. Karan Johar wrote:
Pure dance form is not dying: Hema Malini
Hema Malini believes every art form has its own beauty and there is nothing wrong in blending it with other forms.
The actor was in Kolkata to announce ‘Synergy’, a collaboration between Indian and Georgian dancers. The performance which will take place here on September 15.
“Every art form has its own beauty but blending it with other forms in separate ways is okay. Pure dance form is not dying. There is nothing wrong as long as it is maintained seprately... We can still see lot of enthusiasm in learning in classical dance forms,” Hema Malini said while responding to a question.
Talking about her production Synergy, Hema Malini said, “For any cultural performance involving me, the response from Kolkata is the most critical. If I pass here, I will pass elsewhere. Culturally, Kolkata is famous and we know how much importance is given to culture in this city of kalakars (artists).”
A biopic on Tennis star Vijay Amritraj
A biopic on former Indian tennis legend Vijay Amritraj is in the works. Cinestaan Film Company (CFC) has acquired rights to the film that will focus on Amritraj's career, his personal life and philanthropic activities.
Amritraj achieved many firsts as a tennis champion. He has also acted in two Hollywood films Star Trek and Octopussy- which were global hits.
“Parents love, compassion, dedication and hard work under the most trying circumstances can make a child's dream come true even if he or she is nowhere near good enough in anything. I am humbled that Cinestaan Film Company would want to tell my story,” said Amritraj.
The film will be co-produced by Amritraj's son Prakash.
With inputs from PTI