I am not into writing articles about celebrities just because they use Twitter, however, Shah Rukh Khan did tweet that he uses a Nokia phone.
From a brief update on his Twitter account @iamsrk, SRK answered a question one of his followers asked and said that he uses a Nokia phone, the answer is below with my own highlights.
nokia it is for me/no shoot in spain/my kids r the best gift i would say/love u all and now i am off to sleep. see u tom…goodknight
I am not sure which user asked this, but this is definitely great considering that most celebrities use the iPhone. Though Shah Rukh Khan did not name the device he is using, I am guessing that it would be either a Nokia E72, Nokia E71 or a Nokia N81.
What do you think? Which Nokia device is Shah Rukh Khan using?
Update:Shah Rukh Khan actually uses the Nokia Communicator, whish was written in his previous update, which you can read here.
Looks like Bollywood is finally rocking Twitter, quite recently Priyanka Chopra made a stop at Twitter’s San Francisco office and had quite a bit of fun there. Earlier, Mallika Sherawat had also visited the Twitter office.
So who is in the line to visit the Twitter HQ next? Shah Rukh Khan and company? By the way if you missed it, don’t forget to check out NDTV’s interview with Biz Stone.
The new Ajay Devgn and Konkona Sen Sharma trailer will be released this Friday on 5th March. The film also stars funny man Paresh Rawal, and revolves around Puneet (Ajay Devgn) and Munmun (Konkona Sen Sharma) who are a married couple living in Mumbai.
One fine day a distant uncle of Ajay Devgn (Paresh Rawal) from a far-flung village lands up at their doorstep without prior notice. The uncle stays on for longer than guest etiquette calls for, driving the couple up the wall. The frustrated couple tries to come up with different ways to get rid of him with some hilarious outcomes.
Here is a trailer video of the upcoming movie Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge featuring some hilarious scenes.
The Filmfare Awards are presented annually by the Times Group to honor the technical, artistic and other aspects of Hindi cinema and filmmaking. Originally instituted in 1954, the Filmfare Award was reader-based where readers of the Filmfare magazine polled for the best actor, actress, film, director and music director. What started off as a magazine-based ceremony with only five awards has blossomed into the star-filled and glittering show of today with thirty-one categories for awards. The 55th Annual Filmfare Awards honoring movies released between 2009-10 will be presented on the 27th of February, 2010 from 9PM IST onwards at Yash Raj Studios, Mumbai.
Hosted by Saif Ali Khan and Shah Rukh Khan, this year’s Filmfare ceremony is going to be as big as ever!
This year’s contenders are pretty big, with names like Anurag Kashyap’s Dev D, Rajkumar Hirani’s Three Idiots and Vishal Bharadwaj’s Kaminey lining up for Best Director, Film and other honors. Ranbir Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor seem to be the hot favorites this year with two nominations each and might as well carry at least one award back home. The nominations are quite varied, although Three Idiots seems to have quite a lot of mentions as does Kaminey. I am sure all of you have your personal favorites, but how will you watch this glitz-filled evening if your significant other is busy watching a serial or a match?
Watch the entire thing online, of course! Zoom TV, Indiatimes’ own channel has a live TV feed that has recently been put up. The TV feed has a lag of about thirty seconds against the main stream that comes to the TV, but we can live with that, I’m sure! An alternative is the special Indiatimes website set up for the 55th Filmfare Awards. This is an exclusive site for the awards ceremony only and will begin broadcasting when the ceremony starts.
So who are your favorites for this year’s Filmfare? Do let us know in the comments!
YouTube is looking to get into the Pay-per-view model, which will allow users to watch Bollywood and Hollywood movies after paying a small sum. However, if you are a fan of Bollywood you can watch some Bollywood movies for free in HD right now.
YouTube is offering a host of Bollywood and Hollywood movies in HD quality for free. All these movies can be watched legally without having to pay a fee. However, few of the videos are R rated, so you might have to login with your YouTube account before you can watch the videos.
If you are looking for more options for Bollywood movies, Rajshri, an Indian entertainment site also offers several Bollywood movies and Indian TV shows on their site. You can watch all the episodes of Sarabhai vs Sarabhai, Khichdi, Koffee with Karan and other popular shows at Rajshri. If you are looking for more options there are few more sites which offer users with an option to watch free Bollywood movies and Indian TV Shows online, including:
Bollywood Director Sudhir Mishra’s latest film featuring Neil Nitin Mukesh and Soha Ali Khan is set to release for April 2010. However, this didn’t stop somebody from uploading a ripped version to YouTube. According to the Hindustan Times article, the film has been premiered in a number of film festivals, but has not been released yet.
Official complaints were sent to YouTube and the videos have been removed now but not before getting around 500 views. The production company claims that the version uploaded on YouTube is the first rough cut and the final production is quite different from it. Official complaints have also been filed with the cyber crimes cell of local Mumbai police.
Hereare the actual YouTube links for the videos. Even though the videos were removed from YouTube before getting a lot of audience, a simple google search reveals that it might have leaked to other sharing sites and forums. The role of YouTube in this case is quite interesting as on one hand people are using it to share illegal content while on the other hand, producers are trying to partner up with YouTube to officially share their content.