Bollywood celebrate Lohri in Mumbai with fervour

Mumbai, Jan 12 (ANI): Bollywood actors in Mumbai have started celebrating the harvest festival, ‘Lohri’, which is observed on the 13th day of January every year to mark the winter solstice day. Veteran Bollywood actors, Rakesh Roshan and Jeetendra, participated in the celebrations, organised by the Punjabi Cultural Heritage Board. Actors Ranjit, and Kuljeet Randhawa, also took part in the festivities. Bonfires, dance, music and offering of sweets, crisp rice and popcorn prepared on the bonfire form an integral part of celebrations. Jan 12, 2014

Scar Jo never expected 'Golden Globe' nomination

New Delhi, Jan 12 (ANI): Scarlett Johansson has opened up about being deemed ineligible for a Golden Globe nomination. The 29-year-old said that she didn't expect to be recognized for the Golden Globes, as she thought that her performance in 'Her' was not a type of performance that the jury would recognize. Jan 12, 2014

Kylie Minogue wants to direct and star in own movies

New Delhi, Jan 12 (ANI): Kylie Minogue has revealed that she would like to follow in Barbra Streisand's footsteps by directing and starring in her own movies. The singer is hopeful her experience of making music videos will help her to helm her own film one day and cites singer actress and filmmaker Streisand as her all-time career icon because she is so multi-talented. Jan 12, 2014

Madhuri watches Dedh Ishqiya with fans

Mumbai, Jan 12 (ANI): Bollywood s dhak dhak girl Madhuri Dixit is back with a bang! And the actress who has made a scintillating comeback with the much awaited Dedh Ishqiya decided to watch the film with her fans at the Juhu PVR. On the occasion, Madhuri looked quite happy with the response the film has got and hopes for a better response. Directed by Abhishek Chaubey, Dedh Ishqiya is a sequel of Ishqiya and stars Madhuri Dixit, Arshad Warsi, Naseeruddin Shah, and Huma Qureshi in the lead roles. Jan 12, 2014

Shinde backtracks from his 'Sharad Pawar for PM' remark

Solapur, Jan 12 (ANI): Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde backtracked from his controversial remark, that he would be happy to see National Congress Party or NCP chief Sharad Pawar as India's PM. Shinde while speaking to media said that if a Maharashtrian becomes the prime minister then he will feel good. However, Shinde later clarified that Congress' main aim is make the party vice president Rahul Gandhi as the next prime minister. Jan 12, 2014