Ragini MMS 2 Director Feels Sunny Leone Unfit For His Next!

Sunny Leone has been the talk of the mouth with the success of Ragini MMS 2 but the director of the film wants to make a classic period horror romance for which he feels Sunny won’t fit the belt. Although the director is happy with Sunny Leone and the box office collection but Patel’s next horror venture won’t have Sunny Leone, rather can have Aditi Rao Hydari in the lead. Apr 9, 2014

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I don't want to be a bad kisser, says Arjun Kapoor

New Delhi, April 09 (ANI): Bollywood's newest star Arjun Kapoor, who will soon be seen in his upcoming film '2 States', says that he doesn't want to be a bad kisser. He also feels that there is awkwardness while getting cozy on-screen, as there are several people on the sets and one has to follow the director's vision. "The first time you are doing it, there is a basic awkwardness that I hope it is alright, you don't want to be a bad kisser for any reason- be it on-screen or off-screen," he said. Apr 9, 2014

Deepika-Ranveer signs Bhansali's 'Bajirao Mastani'

New Delhi, April 09 (ANI): The 'Ram-Leela' couple is back! Buzz has it that one of the most romantic on-screen couple of B-Town; Deepika and Ranveer have signed Bhansli's much anticipated project 'Bajirao Mastani'. Deepika will play historical character Mastani while Ranveer Singh will play Bajirao Peshwa. The casting of Ranveer and Deepika puts an end to months of speculation about who would play the role. Besides Ranveer, Shah Rukh Khan and Ajay Devgn were the strongest contenders for Bajirao's role. As for Mastani, Kareena Kapoor and Katrina Kaif were also considered. Apr 9, 2014

Jean-Paul Gaultier's fashion celebrated in London show

French fashion designer Jean-Paul Gaultier paid hommage to the English 'cult of the difference' as he opened the exhibition "The Fashion world of Jean-Paul Gaultier, From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk" at the Barbican in London on Tuesday. Duration: 01:02 Apr 9, 2014

Tourists visit Paranapiacaba ahead of Brazil World Cup

Sao Paulo state government has launched a new tourist route ahead the World Cup: for 15 dollars, an old train takes Brazilian and foreign tourists to Paranapiacaba, a village built in the XIX century by English engineers. Duration: 00:35 Apr 8, 2014