Beti B named Aaradhya?

Mumbai: The wait is over for Bachchan fans as the family is reported to have named Aishwarya and Abhishek Bachchan's daughter Aaradhya. The word Aaradhya means 'one who is worth worshipping' in Sanskrit. The Bollywood couple has registered the name of their daughter couple of days back with the Bombay Municipal Corporation, media reports said. However, the name of the youngest member of the family has not been confirmed by grandfather Amitabh Bachchan or others.

Fans and followers of the Bachchans have continuously speculated about the name of the child right from the time she was born last year. So far the child was referred to as 'Beti B'. There were also speculations days back that the name that has been zeroed in on for Beti B is ‘Aaliya’; however Abhishek rubbished all such rumors saying that the name certainly is not that. Earlier, author and commentator Shobha De posted on her twitter account, “Beti B to be named Abhilasha?That's a stroke of genius.Well done,parents.Abhi and Ash.Truly inspired, if true.” It seems that the mystery over the name of 'Beti B' is likely to get over soon after the star family of B-town confirms it.

Kashmera Shah robbed in LA

Mumbai: As if being robbed two months ago in Delhi wasn’t enough, actor Kashmera Shah got robbed again, this time in Los Angeles. And as coincidence would have it, the robbery took place once again from her car. Having recently sold off her plush Jaguar, the actress was using a rented car in LA. She was out on a dinner with Pooja Batra in the Studio City area and was nibbling on one of her favourite foods sushi. Even as Kash was telling Pooja about how she got robbed in the capital sometime ago, a robber smashed one of the window panes of her rented car parked outside the restaurant and disappeared with a portable GPS device on her dashboard and a bag containing her boots. Last seen, Kashmera was laughing at the police station, filing another complaint amidst bemused faces of firang cops, who weren’t aware that she got robbed the second time round in two months. Kash later gushed, “Maybe, the thief needed my GPS system and boots more than me! But if he had tried his luck in front of me, then he’d have been in real trouble.”

Adnan Sami rocks FICCI FRAMES

Mumbai: The first day of the 13th edition of FICCI FRAMES 2012 last week ended with an evening of music where India’s leading jewellery brand Gitanjali hosted a concert with popular singer Adnan Sami. The occasion was graced by Bollywood actor Sayali Bhagat. Adnan Sami performed a mix of his original compositions and great Bollywood numbers. From his classic Tera Chehra, Kabhi Toh Nazar Milao and the pumping Lift Kara De to songs like Salam-E-Ishq and Bheegi Bheegi, the man with the beautiful voice swept the crowd off their feet and kept the entertainment quotient high all evening.

Abhay Deol turns 36

Mumbai: The talented actor of offbeat Bollywood films, Abhay Deol, turned 36 on Thursday. This year it will be a double celebration for Abhay, as he has bagged Prakash Jha's next film where Abhishek Bachchan has been replaced by him and he will be playing the lead role in the film. Not being a party animal, there will be no such birthday bash for him but he will probably go out for a dinner with Preeti Desai (his girlfriend) and his close friends. Abhay started his career with the film Socha Na Tha in 2005. He has charmed his audience with his performance in films like Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd., Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!, Dev.D, Road, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and many more. His portryal of Kabir in his latest release Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, was highly appreciated by both fans and critics. Also his film Dev.D has won 6 Filmfare Awards in 2009. Abhay's upcoming films are Shanghai and Singularity.

Aamir Khan is now 47

Mumbai: Bollywood perfectionist- actor-director-producer Aamir Khan- turned 47 on Wednesday. This year instead of celebrating his birthday with his family, Khan would be working for a new upcoming TV show. Khan started his acting career as a child artist in the film Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973). His first commercial break was with Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988), which earned him National Film Award (Special Jury Award). Some of his well acclaimed movies are Rangeela (1995), Raja Hindustani (1996), Sarfarosh (1999), Ghulaam (1998), Lagaan (2001), Dil Chahta Hain (2001), Rang De Basanti (2006), Taare Zameen Par (2007), Ghajini (2008), 3 Idiots (2009) and many more. His film '3-Idiot' (2009) became the highest-grossing Bollywood film of all-time.

The debut of his own production company is with Academy Award-nominated film Lagaan, followed by other movies like Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na (2008), Peepli Live (2010), Dhobi Ghat (2011) and so on. Khan was honoured with Padma Shri in 2003 and the Padma Bhushan in 2010 for his outstanding contributions in the field of arts. He is also the brand ambassador of UNICEF to promote child nutrition. His upcoming movie is a psychological thriller Talaash, opposite Kareena Kapoor, set for a release.

Neha Kakkar sings for Shah Rukh Khan

Mumbai: Singer Neha Kakkar has finally decided to let everyone know that superstar Shah Rukh Khan means the world to her. Neha has come up with a song penned and composed by Tony Kakkar and posted it on Youtube. The song originally posted as Neha Kakkar Shah Rukh Khan Song is being referred to by his fans as ‘Shah Rukh Khan anthem’. After only 4 days of its release on Youtube, the video had garnered over 1,60,000 views and comments from all over the world. A rather jubilant and excited Neha Kakkar said, “I only put it up on Youtube because I had made this for Shah Rukh Khan a long time ago when I was totally smitten by him. "But the Shah Rukh Khan fans all across the globe can now connect to that song which has become a sort of an anthem! It’s sweet of them to comment and like this video.” Meanwhile, Shah Rukh Khan has tweeted and thanked Neha for the song.

Big B lends voice to animated film

Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan has lent his voice to an upcoming animated film titled 'Mahabharat'. According to reports, Big-B has dubbed for mythological character Bheeshma Pitamah in the film. Apart from Bachchan several other Bollywood stars have given their voice to different characters in the Rs 50-crore film. The animated movie has been produced by PEN India. The film is all set to hit the silver screen in October.