Shah Rukh Khan will start shooting for his ambitious film 'Chennai Express' much before the scheduled date. The film directed by Rohit Shetty was earlier supposed to go on the floors in October-end but will now start from September 27.
A source informs, "SRK has given the dates for the film in September. It is a 20-day schedule, as he wants to be present when his cricket team Kolkata Knight Riders takes on other teams at this year’s Champions League in South Africa. Earlier this year, KKR won the Indian Premier League for the first time making them hot favorites to win the Champions League as well.
Shah Rukh wants to watch some of the final matches and so has decided to be in South Africa during that time. So the film has been rescheduled to September end. A massive set will be constructed at Bandra’s Mehboob Studio from September 1 for the film." The source further said, "Rohit was also more than happy to accomodate SRK as his sister is getting married on November 11 and he wanted time for the preparations. With the 20-day schedule wrapping up around mid October, Rohit will get time for the preparations." Rohit remained unavailable for comment.
Model-actress Puja Gupta says she knows the importance of education in life and wants to be a graduate
While shooting a TV commercial in Kuala Lumpur, actor-filmmaker Farhan Akhtar constantly feared Don might emerge out of somewhere
Condemning the spot-fixing in IPL matches, 'Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani' co-stars Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone today said that the act was sad and shameful.
Apart from the done-to-death plot that points fingers at over-ambitious journalists and TRP hungry news channels, there isn't much to 'I Don't Luv U'. Skip it!
'Aurangzeb' with its strong script and powerful performances will rule the box office. A good story with interesting characters makes it an engaging watch. One of the better films so far.
Powerful performances apart, The Reluctant Fundamentalist underwhelms. Tis best to watch this one with lowered expectations
Mr Luhrmann, we think your talents might be better suited to our industry. Stop wasting your time, make the shift and you could be as lucky as Sunny Leone was