Special birthday

Nargis Fakhri and Uday Chopra

On his 40th birthday, on January 5, Uday Chopra was in the US. And keeping him company was Nargis Fakhri. They seemed to have gone out for a private dinner to celebrate the birthday. While the American-born actress flew all the way to US to bring in New Year and Uday's birthday, she had denied rumours about her impending wedding with the actor on Twitter.

Pak ties

Veteran actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha was recently in Islamabad as the guest of honour at the wedding of former Pakistan President General Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq's grandson. Apparently, Sinha shares a personal relationship with the powerful Pakistani family. He was there without the company of his wife Punam Sinha and children.

Early last year, Sinha has visited Zia-ul Haq's daughter, Zain Zia with whom he shared a brother-sister relationship for the past 25 years.

Sea sick

Sonu Sood met with an accident while shooting for some action scenes at a spot called No Man's Land in Thailand. Fortunately he escaped with minor injuries and is recovering well. He was returning to the shore after the shooting when the boat in which he was travelling was hit by high tide and almost capsized. Sonu's wife and children have flown to Bangkok to stay with the actor, who suffered from sea-sickness.

Hurt at event

Vishal Bhardwaj got injured and received five stitches on his face after he fell down during a promotional event held in Gurgaon. The film-maker was with his stars Anushka Sharma and Imran Khan promoting his latest venture Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola. They were attending a fashion show contest at iSkate in the Ambience Mall. He got hurt while walking to give an award to one of the winners when he was pushed and fell on someone's skates.


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