Wednesday 22nd May 2013
Some of the most appreciated films in Mumbai circuit in recent times are as follows. Today a film still still collecting big in week three is a sure sign of sppreciattion. The top all time third week collections for Mumbai circuit are as follows.
1. 3 Idiots - 11,66,00,000
2. OMG: Oh My God - 6,70,00,000
3. Singham - 6,58,00,000
4. Rowdy Rathore - 5,45,00,000
5. Lage Raho Munnabhai - 5,42,00,000
6. Dabangg - 5,38,00,000
7. Ready - 5,29,00,000
8. Ghajini - 5,24,00,000
9. Housefull 2 - 4,97,00,000
10. Barfi! - 4,52,00,000
★ Who Wants to Cut their Hair SUPER CUTE..? Huge pix of Salman Khan cutting his hair in the open on the set of Mental!!!!
Such a down to earth Megastar is Salman Bro <3 May He always Keep Rocking and stay Healthy, Happy and Successful in Life (Amen) <33!!!
★ Celebs win the day ! Mumbai Heroes beat parliamentarians at friendly cricket match…
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★ Cutting Edge !
What kind of Indian passes up an airconditioned saloon to get a haircut in the open? The hard working Indian, of course. Salman Khan is a superstar for sure but usually he’s just being human - like when he plonked down on a chair to allow a stylist have a quick scissor session on the sets to get his sideburns in shape.
God Bless Salman Bro <33!!
★ Mumbai Heroes take on Members of Parliament in charity cricket match (Dharmashala, May 20th 2013) !
Congratulations Mumbai Heroes !!!
Suresh Kavirayani, TNN | May 21, 2013
What happens when a villain cum comedian meets a hero in real life? They bond as friends! This is what happened when mana Kota Srinivasa Rao met Salman Khan while shooting an ad film in Mumbai. Kota is the one among the few Telugu actors who appeared in Hindi films — Rakta Charitra, Sarkar, Darling, etc — and is quite known in Bollywood circles.
Kota, who had gone to Mumbai for the shoot, said, “The scene is hilarious and I am playing the part of a villain.” The actor gushes that Salman praised his acting skills. “He told me he had watched Gabbar Singh and even appreciated my singing abilities,” laughs the actor. “He also praised the antakshari scene in the film,” says Kota, who sang a few lines in a song from Gabbar Singh.