It’s Golmaal Again
It has been four years since Golmaal 3 released and director Rohit Shetty continued to be quizzed on when he will deliver Part 4. He has always laughed off the query saying he has to get a script first. Well, seems the wait will end soon. Shetty’s scriptwriter duo, Sajid and Farhad Samji, who are gearing up to make their directorial debut with the upcoming Akshay Kumar starrer It’s Entertainment, have admitted that they have been in talks with the director for the right kind of script of the comic caper. However, before Golmaal 4, the duo will start work on Housefull 3, which will see Abhishek Bachchan join Akshay Kumar and Riteish Deshmukh.
John, Finally With Aishwarya!
John Abraham finally got his wish come true. According to a leading tabloid John Abraham will star in Sanjay Gupta’s film Jazba, starring Aishwarya Rai. John’s role is modelled on gangster Abu Salem after he was extradited to India. The rest of the cast is yet to be finalised. Gupta starts shooting the action-packed thriller from January 2015. Aishwarya was last seen on scren in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Guzaarish in 2010. Known for directing entertainers like Kaante and the Shootout At Lokhandwala, Gupta is collaborating with Aishwarya for the first time. Jazba will be John’s fifth film with Gupta after Zinda, Shootout at Lokhandwala, Shootout at Wadala and Gupta’s next-in-line Mumbai Saga.
Sunil Is Back
Sunil Grover aka Gutthi is back on Comedy Nights With Kapil after quitting the show last year after a 5-month stint. According to reports, the actor, who played multiple characters on the show with the most popular being ‘Gutthi’, has already shot for his first comeback episode. This time, however, Sunil Grover will be seen as Kapil Sharma’s father-in-law and not ‘Gutthi’. It is learnt that post return Sunil Grover will play multiple characters on the show. He left Comedy Nights with Kapil last year following a fall out with the producers. The actor then revamped his ‘Gutthi’ character as ‘Chutki’ for comedy show Mad in India, which failed miserably. The show was aired for a mere four months.
Now It’s Time For Salman
According to buzz doing the rounds, the camera-weilding community has decided to boycott Salman Khan after they were reportedly mistreated by his team at a promotional event for Kick recently. A leading film magazine reported that cameramen present at the event were allegedly roughed up by Salman’s personal bodyguards and the venue’s security personnel, due to which the fraternity decided to take this step. Apparently a skirmish ensued after the star refused to pose for the photographers at a particular spot, resulting in a clash that went around for about half an hour, following which Salman issued a statement saying, “Those who want to cover the event are welcome to stay, the rest can leave if they wish.” This added fuel to fire. Incidentally, newbie Shraddha Kapoor recently faced such a ban and had to meet a group of mediamen to clear out the issue.