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After Harbhajan Singh, it is time for another national-level cricketer to hitch his wagon with a starlet.
While Harbhajan's chosen one is Geeta Basra (last seen as Gippy Grewal's tyrannical ex-wife in Second-Hand Husband), Yuvraj Singh's choice is intriguing. Hazel Keech is a Bollywood starlet of British origin whose main claim to fame is her role as Kareena Kapoor's foxy friend in Bodyguard who walks off with Salman Khan in the end. Hazel also performed an item song in a long-forgotten film Maximum where she danced to the chartbuster 'Aa anthe amlapuram'.
During the shooting of Bodyguard, Hazel was seen in Salman's company and she was rumored to be his latest firangi flame. Salman and Hazel completely denied these rumours.
- Subhash K. Jha
He has been active in front of the camera for a decade now, considering his television sojourn. Around five years back he also made his big screen debut with Phoonk 2 (2010) followed by Maximum (2012). However, his real calling came with Kai Po Che (2013) where he was seen in a serious avtar and instantly noticed for his controlled act. Instead of jumping into every second offer that came his way, Amit Sadh decided to wait before picking up something worthwhile. This is where Guddu Rangeela came into picture. With director Subhash Kapoor at the helm of affairs and Arshad Warsi as the co-star, Amit was game. Now that the film has released, it has also turned out to be more of a dramatic action flick, instead of being a comic caper that seemed on the cards. As a matter of fact, with his character inspired by Jai (from Sholay), Amit is »
- Joginder Tuteja
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