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Hollywood actress Megan Fox revealed pictures of her two adorable sons, 19-month-old Noah and 11-week-old Bodhi, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on May 5.

The Jennifer's Body star, who married actor Brian Austin Green in June 2010, told Ellen her sons are her "favourite guys" and explained how to tell them apart: "Bodhi is the little chubby one and then Noah is the one with the lips." (Also read: Megan Fox debuts post-baby body )

Megan, who was pregnant during both her previous appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, joked: "If you want to get pregnant, come see Ellen." She also said both pregnancies were unplanned, adding: "We can't let Brian near me anymore."

Megan was shooting Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles while she was pregnant with Bodhi and spoke about how rough a time she had filming the action scenes. "Anyone that's been pregnant knows how first trimester can be pretty rough and you are nauseous all day long. We had pickles in the refrigerator for me and I was just constantly on the verge of vomiting." (Also read: Megan Fox, husband welcome second child )

The Transformers star is also stepmother to Brian's 12-year-old son Kassius.
wo Australian billionaires were pictured fighting like dogs in the street during a brawl reportedly over supermodel Miranda Kerr.

Media mogul James Packer, 46, and Channel Nine TV boss David Gyngell, 47, were caught trading blows on camera by passers-by outside the former's Bondi Beach mansion in Sydney, reported Metro online.

Packer was reported to be angry his former best man has used camera crews to follow him and 31-year-old Kerr, ex-wife of British actor Orlando Bloom.(Also Read: Miranda getting treated for back injury)

Gyngell is said to angry that Packer, who recently split from his second wife Erica Baxter, has become close to the Aussie underwear model.

Bondi resident Chris Walker claimed the pair 'went at it hammer and tongs'.

"Packer packered (sic) a punch but copped a couple of hits straight to the jaw. Then they all fell on the concrete fence and I think the other guy broke his face. They were looking for teeth after he left," Chris posted on Facebook.
Entertainment News / Is Anne Hathaway's Marriage in Trouble?
« Last post by onlive743 on May 09, 2014, 11:47:06 am »
Actress Anne Hathaway, who attended the Met Gala alone and left the ceremony on her own, has been fuelling speculation that her marriage to actor Adam Shulman is on the rocks. (Also read: Anne Hathaway 'snuck' in alcohol to the Oscars)

The actress cut a lonely figure as she left the Carlyle Hotel in New York on Monday alone in the back of her chauffeur driven car, reports Showbiz

The duo got engaged in November 2011 and were married on September 29, 2012.

According to a source, Hathaway is trying to scale back her A-list lifestyle to be more relatable and "is undergoing a transformation" so that she isn't perceived as a stuck-up snob.

"She's learned the hard way how popular humility can be for an A-lister. Anne has been giving away a lot of her possessions -such as clothes - mostly to her housekeepers, because she wants to live a less materialistic, decadent lifestyle," said a source.

"She definitely admits that she's been living too high on the hog given these economically tough times for the rest of the country. The big question hanging over everything right now is, will she sell her Los Angeles mansion and downgrade her digs?" added the source.
Entertainment News / Kapil Sharma Rescues Toddler During Show in Surat
« Last post by onlive743 on May 09, 2014, 11:45:30 am »
Kapil Sharma recently held a live show in Surat where he expected an audience of 5,000 people but 25,000 showed up.

Amidst the crowd a toddler got separated from her parents, but luckily the comedian found her and took charge of her. The child was only two and half years old. The Comedy Nights With Kapil host said: "She was so young and vulnerable. She couldn't speak. She was just crying. Watching children cry is the most heart breaking experience of my life. The little girl reminded me of my own niece. My heart melted."

Kapil took the girl on stage and called for her parents. The frantic father leapt up on stage only to get a mouthful from Kapil.

"I took the father to task in public. He deserved it. Being a responsible father is the foundation for being a good citizen. We have to learn to take our obligations more seriously," he said.
Actor George Clooney has splurged on an engagement ring for his soon-to-be wife Amal Alamuddin's - the seven-carat diamond is reportedly worth $750,000. (Also read: George Clooney Proposed to Amal Alamuddin over Home-Cooked Meal)

Jeweler Jean Dousett estimates the emerald-cut diamond, which is set in platinum, to cost around $750,000, reports E!

It seems Clooney spared no expense when he finally found the one.
Entertainment News / Lakshmi to Open 16th London Asian Film Festival
« Last post by onlive743 on May 09, 2014, 11:44:04 am »
Lakshmi, Nagesh Kukunoor's hard-hitting drama on child trafficking in the country - will open the 2014 edition of the London Asian Film Festival (LAFF).

Lakshmi will have its European premiere at LAFF, a celebration of independent South Asian arts and cinema across London as the gala returns for its 16th year June 1-14.

The film is based on the real-life story of an impoverished 14-year-old girl kidnapped from her village in Andra Pradesh and forced into prostitution and who eventually testified in court against her traffickers. (Also Read: Lakshmi Review)

Nagesh, an acclaimed writer and director, will travel to London for the event, and will be part of a tete-a-tete following the film's screening on June 1 at the London's Tricycle Theatre.

Lakshmi stars newcomer Monali Thakur in the central role, with Ram Kapoor and veteran Satish Kaushik in key roles.

The film had its world premiere in January at the Palm Springs International Film Festival 2014, where it won the audience award for best narrative feature.

Among the other highlights of this year's LAFF are an appearance by filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj; Pam Chopra, the wife of the late filmmaker Yash Chopra; and Indian-American comedian Nadia P Mansoor as well as films from Pakistan, India and Britain.
Attempts to pull down Tiger Shroff, son of Ayesha and actor Jackie Shroff, have left his family unperturbed, if not downright amused.

The star son is being launched into filmdom by producer Sajid Nadiadwala with Heropanti which is scheduled for a May 23 release. According to a source, once the film's first song and trailer went viral, nasty taunts and barbs started surfacing.

Ayesha doesn't deny that the twitter taunts on Tiger are in all likelihood orchestrated. (Also Read: Aamir Khan speaks about Tiger)

"Perhaps these taunts are orchestrated. I can't really say. But in any case these comments are only a drop in the ocean," she said.

"By and large the response to Tiger has been positive, happy and encouraging. Every potentially great personality has faced his share of ridicule at some point in his life and career," she added.

She would rather laugh about the rude comments than brood over them.
Oscar winning sound engineer Resul Pookutty, who is ready to take the plunge into direction, has approached Amitabh Bachchan for his debut film and says he is waiting for his confirmation. (Also read: Mumbai has Given me Everything: Resul Pookutty)

"I will be directing a Hindi film soon and I have given my script to Mr Bachchan and he has loved the script. I am waiting for his dates. We shall soon make an announcement," he said.

Although he bagged the prestigious Oscar award for his work in Slumdog Millionaire, Pookutty says the honour best suits American movies.

He said: "Oscar is not for Indian cinema, it's for American cinema. We both work differently and we have to respect each other. We have diverse cultures and we are making all kinds of cinema. We are making films in 52 languages."
Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra has directed only four films in his over 13 years in Bollywood. He believes good movies deserve the "slow cooking" treatment, but says his new project Mirza Sahibaan will be his "fastest ever".

Mirza Sahibaan is Mehra's ambitious film, through which he is set to launch two newcomers - Anil Kapoor's son Harshvardhan, and Saiyami Kher, the niece of talented actress Tanvi Azmi and granddaughter of yesteryear's leading lady Usha Kiran. (Also read:Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra: USA is the biggest overseas market for Indian cinema )

The filmmaker has given his actors ample time to grasp their characters as best as they can for the project, which will go on floors in mid-September. Rakesh intends to release the film towards the end of 2015.

That'll be quite a gap since the release of Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, won't it?

"No," he retorted during a conversation with IANS.

He's sort of right - his first feature project Aks came in 2001, followed by Rang De Basanti in 2006, Delhi-6 in 2009 and Bhaag Milkha Bhaag in 2013.

"In fact, Mirza Sahibaan will be my fastest ever film," he said.

"I think the older I'm getting, the faster I'm getting at making films. But I believe movies should be given the time they deserve. The slow cooking formula works in order to tell a good story on screen," added the 50-year-old. (Also read: Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra to capture Rajasthan for Mirza Sahiba )

That is why, he says, his projects Raja and the Legend of the Flute and Casual Kamasutra, are long-pending.

" Raja and the Legend of the Flute has been with me for over six years, and even Casual Kamasutra has been in the works. I pick them up and leave them until I get more and more clarity on the scripts. I like to go with my pace to give a project everything that it needs," said Rakesh, who was recently in the capital.

He was here to collect the National Award for Bhaag Milkha Bhaag - best popular film providing wholesome entertainment.

It was a moment of glory for him.
Veteran actress Sharmila Tagore says that she never expected two of her children - Saif Ali Khan and Soha Ali Khan - to take up acting as a profession.

Sharmila and her late husband cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi have three children - Saif, Soha and Saba.

"We (Mansoor and I) thought that she (Soha) would follow an academic career. Earlier she was working with Ford Foundation in the developmental field and after that she started working with Citibank. Then we thought that maybe she has changed her mind (about being in movies)."

"But then she started showing interest towards working in films and her first film was a Bengali film, which I was quite happy with, being a Bengali," Sharmila told reporters here on May 6 at an event celebrating Mothers' Day.

She says as parents, they were always supportive of their kids. (Also Read: Soha says she became an actress against her parents' wishes)

"We didn't expect Saif also to go into the films because both of them were kept away from films completely. But films is what they chose and we were supportive," she added.

Soha made her acting debut in 2004 and she was last seen in Mr Joe B Carvalho. Saif, who is a National Award winner, made his acting debut in 1992 with Yash Chopra's Parampara. His upcoming films include Humshakals and Happy Ending.
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