Mumbai: The Bollywood actors, Aamir Khan and Salman Khan, will visit Pakistan in the upcoming months of January and February.
According to media reports, the actors had decided to visit the country after their films got huge success in the country. Amir Khan’s film ‘Talaash’ and Salman Khan’s blockbuster ‘Dabangg’ earned millions of rupees from the Pakistani cinema industry.
Other Bollywood stars who would visit the country include Shabana Aazmi, Javed Akhter, Mahesh Bhatt and Puja Bhatt.
Meanwhile, Akter and his wife Aazmi had also inform the Arts Council president about their visit.
Mumbai: Indian Tennis star Sania Mirza Malik maintains to show her off the field modeling talent as she once again ran down the ramp during a fashion show in Mumbai on Monday.
But this time the special appearance on the ramp was for a social cause, walking down the ramp to raise funds for the victims of 26/11 terror attacks.
The wife of Pakistani cricketer was accompanied by several Bollywood actors and actresses including striking actor Vivek Oberoi.
The stars glided down the ramp for the Global Peace Initiative ‘Walk for Peace’, at Wellingkar’s Institute in Matunga, Mumbai.
Expressing profound glee, Sania left a message on her twitter account, reading: “Had so much fun walking the ramp for Neeta Lulla for the ‘WE’ school Walk for peace campaign.. Love and peace to all..xoxo”
The others celebrities who swayed down the ramp were Indian actress and model Sana Saeed, Shibani Kashyap, Raageshwari Loomba, Raghav Sachar, Shazahn Padamsee, Ragini Khanna, Hrishita Bhatt and Suresh Oberoi.
MUMBAI: Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray died here after protracted illnesson Saturday.
He was 86.
Bal Keshav Thackeray, popularly known as Balasaheb Thackeray, was the founder and chief of the Shiv Sena, a Hindu nationalist, Marathi ethnocentric and populist party active mainly in the western Indian state of Maharashtra.
He started his career as a cartoonist in the Free Press Journal in Mumbai in the 1950s. His cartoons were also published in the Sunday edition of The Times of India. In 1960, he launched a cartoon weekly – ‘Marmik’ – with his brother. He used it to campaign against the growing influence of non-Marathi people in Mumbai, specifically targeting South Indian labourers.
He formed the Shiv Sena on June 19th, 1966, with the intent of fighting for the rights of the natives of Maharashtra (called Maharashtrians). The early objective of the Shiv Sena was to ensure job security for Maharashtrians against immigrants from other parts of India.
The Shiv Sena chief was admitted to Mumbai’s Lilavati Hospital on 25 July, 2012, after he complained of breathlessness. He was discharged once he recovered after treatment. However, his illness came back to haunt him in late OCtober. SAMAA