Bipasha Basu, Karan Singh Grover wedding pics

Bipasha Basu, Karan Singh Grover wedding pics Bipasha Basu looks stunning in red as a Bengali bride on her wedding to Karan Singh Grover.

Actress Bipasha Basu and fiance Karan Singh Grover tied the knot today (April 30) according to Bengali tradition. Bipasha Basu was glowing in a red lehenga as she was dressed as a true Bengali bride  complete with topor.

She wore heavy kundan jewellery, nath bangles and mang patti.

Shilpa Shetty Poses With The Bride-To-Be Bipasha Basu At Her Sangeet Ceremony


Bollywood hottie Shilpa Shetty tied the knot with businessman Raj Kundra a few years ago and she also became a mother to a handsome little boy, Viaan in 2012. Naturally, the actress is super happy as she’s soon going to be joined by her B-town friend Bipasha Basu in this journey of marital bliss. A while ago, Shilpa was seen partying with Bips. And now, here are some photos of Shilpa, her hubby Raj Kundra, her sister Shamita Shetty, designer Rocky S. and publicist Rohini Iyer with the bride-to-be at her Mehendi and Sangeet ceremony.





Latest pics of Bipasha Basu, Karan Singh Grover’s mehendi

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Bipasha and Karan pose for a selfie with their friends Deanne Panday, Candice Pinto and others.


Much-in-love couple Bipasha and Karan had eyes for each other. Karan couldn’t take his eyes of his bride-to-be.

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Bipasha Basu can’t contain her happiness as she sits for her mehendi ceremony. –

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Bipasha and Karan will tie the knot tomorrow

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Bipasha Basu and Karana Singh Grover have some fun at their mehendi while posing for friends.

Bipasha Basu & Karan Singh Grover Look Like A Dream As They Enter The Mehendi Ceremony Venue!


It’s Mehendi time for Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover. Bips is clearly the happiest bride ever and she looks so pretty. We can’t get over how much she glows. The couple was spotted making their entry inside their Mehendi ceremony venue.



We are not nervous, we are very happy: Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover

karan singh bipasha basu wedding pics Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover walked out hand-in-hand after their mehendi ceremony. The couple were the last to leave after seeing off each and every one of their guests. Smiling for the waiting cameras, Bipasha and Karan looked every bit the happy couple waiting to be married soon. When asked if they were nervous, Bipasha answered, “We are not nervous. We are very happy.”

More Photos From Bipasha Basu & Karan Singh Grover’s Pre-Wedding Pooja


Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover‘s wedding functions have officially kicked off with a traditional Bengali pooja on Thursday, and since then we’ve seen quite a few photos from the event – our favourite probably being this one that KSG shared of her.

Now, there are more photos doing the rounds. Take a look:







“I Like Girls Who Are The Housewife-Type” – Tiger Shroff’s Shockingly Sexist Comments


Tiger Shroff, who’s been speaking to the media a lot lately as part of promotions for his upcoming Baaghi, recently answered the question about what he wants in a partner. It’s a typical question, but I’ve got to say, his answer surprised me. It reeks of sexism, and quite frankly, I can’t believe he even thinks that way.

Here’s his quote, according to Rediff:

“I will get married to a girl from the village. When I reach home, I want a massage so that I can get relaxed. She should stay at home, keep the house clean and give me home-cooked food. I like girls who are the housewife-type.”

No idea yet about whether he was misquoted, but if not… are you for real, Tiger? This just goes to show how deeply ingrained sexism is in our country – like it’s okay for Tiger to casually talk about women as if their main purpose in life is to ‘service’ their husbands. Not cool, Tiger. Not cool at all.


This Is Disappointing News For Kareena Kapoor & Shahid Kapoor Fans


The Udta Punjab trailer launch was an epic event. We saw four big actors come together but what created the most sensation was that Kareena Kapoor Khan and Shahid Kapoor were seen together after 9 long years. Fans got so excited that they couldn’t contain their emotions. Everyone was back to talking about how they want to see more of them and the good old days.

Unfortunately, it seems like this was only some fleeting joy for the fans. Those who were expecting to see Kareena and Shahid together at the promotions might have to wait until the premiere of the movie, perhaps. In his article for Open Magazine, Rajeev Masand revealed:

“Word coming out of Phantom Productions and Balaji Telefilms, the film’s co-producers, is that Shahid and Kareena will not be doing joint interviews or any more appearances together. This was a one-off gesture that they agreed to make for the sake of their directorAbhishek Chaubey and co-producer Ekta Kapoor, who was reportedly instrumental in coaxing Kareena to turn up.”

What do you think?


The Man Who Knew Infinity movie review: Dev Patel and Jeremy Irons’ performances make for a compelling watch!


Srinivasa Ramanujan is one of the brilliant minds India has ever produced, and his story needs to be told to inspire countless many such young minds. So we really appreciate the makers to bring out his life story in the form of a film.

The film is directed by Matthew Brown.

It’s strange that our country has so many distinguished personalities in various fields, some even achieving worldwide acclaim. Yet so few films have been made on their lived in India. However, one such personality, a brilliant mathematician called Srinivasa Ramanujan, has his biopic made in both India as well as abroad. Ramanujan, whose untimely death in the prime of his youth was mourned by mathematicians all over and whose works helped scientists understand the behaviors of black holes, certainly deserved this honour. Let’s check out if the film is worthy of his brilliance!

What’s it about

In the early part of the last century, when the British ruled our country, there was a genius in Chennai (then Madras) called Srinivasa Ramanujan (Dev Patel). Though he did not have much of a formal education, his profound knowledge in the subject of mathematics can baffle the most brilliant of the minds. But like most of the geniuses of that time, he lived in miserable conditions with his highly devout mother and his newly wedded wife. When his thesis reaches the hands of the brilliant professor GH Hardy (Jeremy Irons) in UK, the man is astounded by his work and invites Ramanujan to be a part of his research work in Cambridge University. However, Ramanujan’s stay in World War I-affected England was not bereft of tortures like racial discrimination, ignorance and illnesses. But he continued to develop his work ignoring all these, even his pining for his wife back home, thereby breaking new grounds in mathematics. Above all, he builds a heartwarming rapport with his mentor turned friend, Hardy. This film is all about their camaraderie…

What’s hot

Srinivasa Ramanujan is one of the brilliant minds India has ever produced, and his story needs to be told to inspire countless many such young minds. So we really appreciate the makers to bring out his life story in the form of a film, without making it look like a documentary. Another very big positive aspect of the film are the performances of the main cast. After blowing us away in Batman V Superman as Alfred Pennyworth, Jeremy Irons gives another terrific performance as a genius who has difficulty connecting on a human level. His scenes with Toby Jones and later with Dev Patel bring the required warmth to the proceedings. Dev Patel, though miscast with an accent that doesn’t sound Indian at all, makes up for his deficiencies in the concluding portions of the film and make us feel for his character. Toby Jones as Littlewood also shines in his small role, and so does Jeremy Northam as Bertrand Russell. Devika Bhise makes a confident debut as the docile yet headstrong Brahmin wife. The plot moves at a pleasant pace, aided by an equally pleasant background score. The dialogues are well-written with occasional witty jaunts.

What’s not

The film, however, doesn’t make any new grounds when it comes to direction, which is serviceable at best. The Man Who Knew Infinity had the potential to be the next Good Will Hunting, but it chooses to play safe. Though the film shows the turmoils of Ramanujan, it hardly lets us empathise with him, instead moving on to  the next scene. His marital strife also ends up as just one of the subplots, when it had the potential to bring more emotional resonance to the story. Even his demise doesn’t make much of an impact as it should have had. Also, unless you are a maths nerd, it would be difficult for you to understand what Ramanujan and Hardy are trying to achieve. If it wasn’t for the performances, the film would have easily flown under the radar.

What to do

TMWKI may not be an Oscar frontrunner, but it is a biopic we, Indians should watch. ‘Cos it is about a man whose brilliance was lauded even by other brilliant minds and who was even compared to Isaac Newton, and he was one among us. Also despite the shortcomings, the film is still a compelling watch.

Rating:3.5 out of 5


You Can Now See Rahul Khanna Naked!


The dapper and dishy Rahul Khanna is someone who’s fancied by every woman (and many men) across the country. So I’m guessing a lot of you will be excited to know this piece of info. The actor received a lot of acclaim for his performance as the Pakistani ISI agent Yousuf Rana in the popular TV series, The Americans. However, the lovemaking sequences featuring Khanna as well as a few of his nude scenes had been chopped off when the show aired in India.

But now, the Indian audience finally has the chance to see the uncut version of The Americansas the DVD is out. So now, you can also watch a naked Rahul on screen. 😉