Bollywood wrap up brings you the latest news from the Hindi cinema world. From Aamir's debut on Radio to Prabhu Deva's plans to relocate to Mumbai, take a look at all entertainment news we have for you today.
Theatrical Trailer - "Ishaqzaade"
"Ishaqzaade" Hit Theaters- Director Habib Faisal's latest romantic drama flick "Ishaqzaade" starring Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra in lead roles released on Friday.
Ms Chopra tweeted:"Ishaqzaade releases today, go watch it NOWW! :)"
Actor Aamir Khan
According to reports, Aamir will be hosting "Dil Pe Lagi Aur Baat Bani" which will be aired from May 12 on All India Radios' primary channels and on all Vividh Bharati stations of AIR every Saturday at 11 am and 3.30 pm respectively.
The show will also be covered in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Rajasthan and West Bengal.
It will reportedly be similar to Aamir's "Satyamev Jayate" and will aim at stringing together the real-life incidents touching a common chord across the people of the country.
"Ek Tha Tiger" poster
"Ek Tha Tiger" First Look- Yash Raj Films has released the first look of director Kabir Khan's upcoming film "Ek Tha Tiger."
For the first time actor Salman Khan has worked with Yash Raj Films. Salman plays an undercover agent opposite actress Katrina Kaif in the movie.
Ek Tha Tiger Official Trailer
The 1.31 minute-long first teaser of the film, which was released on Thursday on You Tube, became an instant hit with around 300,000 views in 18 hours.
Bollywood actor Salman Khan (L) and director Prabhu Deva (back R) wave during a promotional event for their movie "Wanted" in New Delhi September 2, 2009. (Reuters)
Prabhu Deva Relocates to Mumbai- South Indian actor-choreographer-director Prabhu Deva is shifting his base to Mumbai.
The dancing legend, popularly known as India's 'Michael Jackson,' reportedly decided to move to Mumbai following his plans to focus more on bollywood films.
"I have many professional commitments in the Hindi film industry. To honour them, I will settle in Mumbai," The Times of India quoted Prabhu Deva as saying.