Saturday, February 23, 2008

Indian State Criticized Bollywood Film

An Indian state has ordered on Friday no cinemas to screen a controversial film featuring the most glamorous Bollywood star Aishwarya Rai after violent demonstrations.

Many people from India's Rajput community have held angry protests over the image of a love story between King Mughal Akbar and a Hindu princess, saying the film has distorted the history and demonstrated their ancestors in poor light.

"The screening of the film was suspended and not prohibited," Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the chief minister of central state of Madhya Pradesh, said in Bhopal.

Jodhaa Akbar" - said to be one of the most expensive films ever made by Bollywood - depicts a love story between the 16th century Mughal Akbar sovereign and the Rajput princess Jodha Bai. But Rajputs say Jodha Akbar was actually the daughter-in-law. In addition, they say that their wives were fiercely opposed to marriage with the Mughals.

Several bands have attacked cinemas and forced disruption of the film in many cities throughout the northern and central India.

Cinemas in the western state of Rajasthan, where the protests began, have refused to show the film after threats of violence.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Aishwarya Rai Determined To Write Autobiography

Stunning Bollywood Aishwarya Rai could tell its story through the life of a book.

Life has been a roller coaster for
Aishwarya Rai since its fortunes had turned around with his gain in Miss World tiara. After the doe-eyed beauty carved a niche for itself in the Hindi film industry, and has undergone numerous personnel changes before finding the man of her dreams in hubby Abhishek Bachchan.

It is a life worth documenting and many authors and publishers have been approached on several occasions with
Aishwarya Rai propose to do a book about his life.

So far
Aishwarya Rai did not give nod to him.

Aishwarya Rai manager Hari Singh told a Mumbai tabloid that Aishwarya Rai could write his biography instead of giving the job to someone else.

Singh said:
Aishwarya Rai was fond of taking notes on the events of her life in a personal diary. There is a possibility that the material of this newspaper might one day be in the form of an autobiographical book.

Reports suggest that moving to
Aishwarya Rai could take the help of her mother Vrinda Rai writer in this endeavour the author of his own.

Friday, February 15, 2008

Aishwarya Rai On Valentines Day

Abhishek Bachchan took two days off from the shoot of Rakyesh Omprakash Mehra's Delhi and 6 is back in the city of Jaipur, to be with his wife Aishwarya Rai, on Valentine's Day.

The couple will celebrate its first Valentine together, and will also be present at the premiere of
Aishwarya Rai Jodhaa Akbar.

A source of unity 6 informs Delhi, "
Abhishek was very excited about her first Valentine's Day after marriage.

Although he initially wanted to surprise
Aishwarya Rai landing up in Mumbai, without him say on the subject, later he decided to inform. Mehra has been requested to give him two days off.

Mehra gladly accepted and gave him a few days off. "
Abhishek returned to the city last night and it is expected to have a lunch date with his wife.

The couple will then attend the premiere of his film Jodhaa,
Aishwarya, Akbar of Imax Adlabs in Wadala. Abhishek then join his unit on Friday morning.

The rest of the cast including Atul Kulkarni and Divya Dutta are still in Jaipur shooting for the film.

Incidentally, even the father should be Bachchan in Mumbai for the first. It will arrive today Simla, where he is shooting for Shoe Bite.

The whole family with Bachchan Amar Singh, will attend the opening of Jodhaa Akbar.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Aishwarya Rai Role The Husband Of Buddha

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, after playing Mumtaz for Sir Ben Kingsley's Taj Mahal, not simply the role of Yashodhara - wife of Siddharth, known throughout the world as the Lord Gautama Buddha, an NRI in the film. Pan Nalin, who made the critically acclaimed Valley of Flowers starring Milind Soman and his French wife Jampanoï Mylène, was reportedly assured by Aishwarya Rai Bachchan that it is prepared to do the role.

"This is a multi-billion dollar project, and I am backed by Oscar winner Barnet Bian producer and one of the major companies in India that enters homes in film production with this project. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is perfect for the role," said Pan, who is in Mumbai to convince the bahu Bachchan to make his film.

Ash apparently heard the story and asked Pan various technical issues and logistics on the project. She wanted to see his previous film and promised to come back to him. The highlight of the meeting was when Ash reportedly called Pan, which will play Gautama Budha. The filmmaker says, "I replied" Abhishek Bachchan, it is not perfect for the role? "Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was zapped and told me to get in touch with her husband who is in Jaipur. My only concern is that Abhishek will shave his head. "

Pan is aware that few films about Buddha are already in the pipeline Shekhar Kapoor and Shyam Benegal expressing interest in doing so. "But my film will be different, it will be told from the point of Gautam Buddha's wife, Yashodhara," says producer shaken ..

Monday, February 4, 2008

Aishwarya Rai: "Robot"

Everyone knows that the title of Rajinikanth - Aishwarya Rai starrer "Robot" will probably be modified in a timely fashion keeping an eye on the tax concession granted by the Tamil Nadu government for Tamil titles.

Although "Robot" is director Shankar's favorite title, it is planned to change the title for practical reasons and for better use local flavour.

It is said that the veteran writer Sujatha, the dialogue writer of the mega project, proposed a title. It is thought he had suggested "Iyandiran 'or' Iyandira. Tamil The title is closer to the meaning conveyed by" Robot ".

It should be recalled that Sujatha wrote a novel revolving around a powerful machine. The title was' Iniya Iyandira "(My Beloved Machine).