Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Katrina kaif discomfort night on that day

The buzz is that a few days ago, Salman Khan went out for night dinner with his girlfriend Katrina Kaif. They had dinner at the posh Olive Restaurant and came out after 1 A.M. A witness stated, “Salman Khan walked in with Katrina around midnight. They settled for a table in the private dining room. Salman ordered vodka and took five to six pegs. Katrina Kaif did not drink, she only took dinner. They were looking happy in each other’s company.’ Instead of getting into the car with Katrina Kaif, he chose to ride a rickshaw.
Auto rickshaw driver sat with Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan did the driving. Salman Khan has done so a couple of times earlier in the past and his friend Govinda has often been a part of Salman Khan’s midnight adventure trips.
Thus katrina kaif experienced a discomfort night with salman khan sitting in auto rickshaw with driver.

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400 theatres shut down in Andhra pradesh

Around 400 cinema theatres in the state have closed down in the last three years because of huge losses. With top stars such as Mahesh Babu, Nagarjuna, Balakrishna, Venkatesh,Pawan kalyan and NTR doing only one film a year, the theatres are not able to pull in crowds like before.

In earlier days, big stars such as NTR, ANR and Krishna used to act in as many as 14 films a year at the peak of their career. Mr Vijayendar Reddy, secretary of the AP Film Chamber of Commerce, said that the reluctance of stars to act in more films was the prime reason for the closure of about 400 theatres in the state.

"Big stars should act in at least three movies a year," he said. "Otherwise theatres in rural areas will soon go extinct." Adding to the woes of theatres, some TV channels are telecasting latest movies. "I wanted to screen the latest flick Ashtachamma in my theatre next week but a private TV channel is also telecasting it on January 26," said Mr Vijayendar Reddy. "Pirated CDs are also affecting our business," said Mr Ramakrishna Reddy, owner of the Srinivasa theatre at Pedapalli.
Courtesy-DC

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