So what are the celebrities talking about on Twitter.com…
Desi Boyz Take Pole Dancing Too Far
None of us are new to in-your-face promotions of movies, courtesy Ra.One, and it looks like Bollywood stars are far from getting deterred in this trend. Take Akshay Kumar and John Abraham for instance. Just because they play pole dancers in their upcoming film Desi Boyz, you would expect them to come up with something innovative. But no, the actors jump on the stage/table and start their pelvic thrusts at every event.
And if that isn’t enough, Akki literally pushes the word ‘Desi’ in every tweet. This one for instance, “Nervously waiting outside my son’s school about to give all the kids a reading on karate for literacy week! DESI Tip ‘Dont mess with a DESI BOY’ :) #DesiBoyz.” Seriously, Akki? SERIOUSLY?!
Ritesh Deshmukh & Genelia D’souza’s Wedding
In what has to be Bollywood’s worst kept secret, Ritesh Deshmukh and Genelia D’souza have announced that the two will finally be tying the knot. Genelia and Ritesh made their debut in Bollywood in the film Tujhe Meri Kasam in 2003. While rumours about the two have been making rounds since donkey’s years, it’s just last week that the two finally made it public. Genelia tweeted, “Thanks so much for ur overwhelming response. It’s a exciting new chapter in our lives and all ur wishes and blessings make it even more beautiful and special for Riteish and me.” Ritesh, on the other hand, replied sweetly to friends who congratulated him on the social networking site.
How Anurag Kashyap Won Over Rockstar Detractors
Imtiaz Ali’s Rockstar opened to mixed reviews, but filmmaker Anurag Kashyap was one huge fan of the movie. While he raved about the film on Twitter.com, he also faced detractors of the movie. Rather than ignoring them or abusing them (like some other celebrities), Anurag managed to have a meaningful conversation with most of them. In the end, he offered 10 eople who disliked the film to watch it with him in a theatre in Mumbai. After the film, Anurag and director Imtiaz Ali carried out a detailed discussion about the film and fielded questions from those who had come. Now if only most filmmakers were like this…