"Black" fame actress Ayesha Kapur enjoys shopping for accessories so much that she decided to make it her business and launched her own label - Ayesha Accessories.
"Ayesha (her company) is an inspiration for me and my mother Jacqueline, who is also the co-founder and MD of Ayesha Accessories, that grew out of the fun that we have while shopping for accessories," said the 18-year-old student-cum-entrepreneur.
Alex, a participant from “India's Dancing Superstar” (IDS), wants to teach belly dancing to Neelu Waghela, Bhabho from “Diya Aur Baati Hum”.
Alex, who is Neelu's fan, feels that belly dancing is a great way to showcase grace and rhythm and he would love to meet his favourite TV star and teach her some exciting belly dancing moves.
He said: “I saw Bhabho dancing on 'Nach Baliye' and I love the grace she has, I would definitely love to teach her some of my belly dancing moves because she is very talented, a great dancer and gives amazing expressions.”
Avika Gor is barely 15 years old but she has played an 18-year-old married woman Roli in "Sasural Simar Ka". And the actress says she doesn't have a problem playing mature roles.
Avika's claim to fame was playing child bride Anandi in "Balika Vadhu", but she quit the show after it took a five-year leap in 2010 and Pratyusha Banerjee was brought in as grown up Anandi.
But the very next year Avika featured in "Sasural Simar Ka" as Roli and the actress wishes she was offered "challenging roles" so that she can "prove herself".
His first film did well and he should have his plate full with new assignments, but Varun Dhawan begs to differ. He wants to stick to one film policy and for the time being he would also like to stay single.
"I am doing a film, energies are focused there. I am a firm believer in doing just one film at a time. I am new and should concentrate," Varun told IANS.
After debuting with "Student Of The Year" (SOTY), which did fairly good business at the box office, the youngster will be next seen in his father David Dhawan's "Main Tera Hero".
Leading actor and Punjab XI's co-owner Preity Zinta is shaken by the spot-fixing scandal to hit the Indian Premier Legaue (IPL) and says if the charges of spot-fixing are true, it would be bad for the game.
Rajasthan Royals' three cricketers, including India fast bowler Sreesanth, who had also played for Preity's Kings XI Punjab IPL team, had been arrested last week for spot-fixing.
She said: "Look, I'd still like to give the accused the benefit of the doubt. But if the allegations are true, then it's really really sad for the country, for the game and for the IPL."