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Yes, you've seen it right. That is Kareena Kapoor puckering up with Arjun Kapoor for the poster of R Balki's Ki & Ka. Hadn't Kareena said no to on-screen kissing after her marriage? When offered Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Bajirao Mastani she made it very clear at the outset that she "can't do all that with Ranveer" now that she is the Begum of the Pataudi khandaan. In fact in Prakash Jha's Satyagraha, Kareena's one intimate sequence with Ajay Devgn had to be drastically reduced.
Now we see Kareena happily puckering up with her co-star Arjun Kapoor.
So what gives?
Director R Balki shrugs off all suggestions of special concessions from the dignified diva. "Kareena and Arjun play husband and wife in my film. So what do husband and wives do? They show affection with a kiss, right? How else should Kareena and Arjun behave while playing man and wife? »
- Subhash K. Jha
Prakash Jha, who is presently hopping from one city to another for the promotion of his upcoming cop-drama Jai GangaaJal, got a pleasant surprise by the students of Pranveer Singh Institute of Technology (Psit) when he visited their college, during the film’s promotions in Kanpur.
More than 3000 students were present to welcome Jha when he entered the premises along with his film’s actor Manav Kaul. The filmmaker and the actor were felicitated on the stage and some of the college students performed on the songs of Jha’s films.
A source reveals, “It was a massive event at Psit and what made it even bigger was the support of the students. They cheered for Prakash Jha and Manav and every time the former said something about cops of our country and the youth, they clapped in approval. The crowd went berserk when the film’s trailer was screened for them. »
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2 items from 2016
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