After superstar Salman Khan promoted Aamir Khan-starrer "Dhoom: 3" on his reality show "Bigg Boss - Saath 7", it looks like now is Aamir's turn to do so for Salman's forthcoming film "Jai Ho".
Though Aamir kept himself away from doing promotional rounds on TV before the release of his superhit action-thriller, Salman wore "Dhoom: 3" hats during his show for the film's promotion.
Aamir took to microblogging website Twitter Sunday and posted: "12 days to go...'Jai Ho'!"
The duo shared screen space in 1994 comedy film "Andaz Apna Apna".
'Kaanchi' calls for new India: Subhash Ghai
Filmmaker Subhash Ghai says his movie "Kaanchi", said to be an inspiring tale of a girl who dares to fight against corruption, calls for new India with a new thought.
"My film 'Kaanchi' calls for new India with new thought, new women empowerment. A fight for right through all its entertainment to maximum audience," he tweeted Sunday.
Ghai says that his film will convey the feelings of millions of youth.
"I am happy to convey the suppressed feelings of millions of youth of India through the story of 'Kaanchi', through its soul with joys and sorrows," he tweeted.
"Kaanchi", a musical drama, features Mishti and Kartik Tiwari in the lead roles. It also stars veterans like Rishi Kapoor and Mithun Chakraborty.
I'm pretty choosy: Malaika Arora Khan
Actress-producer Malaika Arora Khan, who is currently seen on the judging panel of "India's Got Talent 5", says she is very choosy about what she is doing and nothing worth being part of has come her way.
"There is nothing going on, there is nothing worth being part of. If there is something interesting, I would definitely do it. I am not someone who likes to be on the run-of-the-mill. I am pretty choosy about what I am doing," Malaika told IANS.
The fifth season of reality show "India's Got Talent" went on air Saturday. Malaika is accompanied by filmmaker Karan Johar and actress Kirron Kher on the judging panel.
The show airs on Colors.
Actress-producer Malaika Arora Khan says actors don't have privacy as it is the price they have to pay for the fame they enjoy and if they can't ...