Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor appear to be on a mission to meet all professional deadlines before their impending wedding in October
While Saif Ali Khan’s work schedule seems to be crammed right now with his professional commitments, looks like the actor is determined to make sure his impending wedding with Kareena Kapoor is stress free — at least from the work end. Their wedding is rumoured to take place at Pataudi on October 16 with a lavish reception in Mumbai the same day. It seems both Saif and Kareena are planning to effortlessly juggle their timetables to comfortably fit in their wedding schedule.
The groom’s calendar:
Saif is currently shooting for the sequel of his 2008 film in Turkey with Abbas Mustan. The film has two more weeks of shooting left. On returning from Turkey in July, Saif will shoot for his fourth home production with directors Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, which incidentally has been delayed on several previous occasions. Confirms Raj, “ We will shoot for a couple of days in first week of July and then Saif will start promoting his film with Deepika Padukone and Diana Penty. Once their film releases, we will again start shooting.”
Contrary to speculations, Saif in fact has a full-fledged role in the film and is required to give 18 days for the shoot. The tentative date for release is around October this year. Judwaa 2 and his thriller with Anurag Basu will commence in 2013.
The bride’s calendar:
Looks like Kareena too is making sure she is free by October. Currently, shooting for Madhur Bhandarkar’s film, she will soon start work on Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s next that will last a month. Post that, all that’s left to do is to promote her heroine-oriented film with Madhur, which is slotted for a September release.
New Delhi: Vidya Balan may have been mocked for sticking to her \'desi\' avatar in real life, but when it comes to films, the actress shows no qualms in experimenting with her looks. If \'Ghanc...
"You remind me of Shabana Azmi," guffaws our don't-give-a-damn hero to the social activist heroine. In the first-half they clash over idlis, ideologies and idle chatter. Mismatched as they are, and we are reminded twice that she is older, Kareena Kapoor-Khan and Imran Khan trudge along cutely till mid-point after which the narrative shuffles noisily into a village in Gujarat where it all falls apart.
"Last Vegas" is a funny, heartwarming and a touching buddy film about ageing and male bonding whose premise is so very much like the 2009 released film "The Hangover". But unlike in "The Hangover", these four buddies are geriatrics who jam up after 58 years of separation.