Choreographer turned filmmaker Farah Khan turned 51 today and on her D-day, Bollywood sends out warm wishes to the successful filmmaker. Farah Khan shares her birthday with cousin and multi-talented actor Farhan Akhtar, who turned 42 today. Here's what the celebrities tweeted on her birthd
Entertainment Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega - Playing keyboard with anything - Episode 16
This episode could be called a complete package since it shows us various forms of art which are very entertaining and insightful to see. They obviously come with a dose of laughter and keep us glued onto our screens. Be it stand up comedy with the Eunuchs or playing the keyboard with one's head, they've got it all. Watch to find out, what you are missing out on. Entertainment Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega is a Competition-based variety- entertainment reality show. The Contestants have to entertain judges and a studio audience by doing anything entertaining they can for cash prize/s. It is an Innovative and challenging format. In the format, contestant has to perform for a minimum of 1 minute to win a cash prize. The knock out system is such that the contestant can be vetoed out by the audience and /or the judges. The acts featured on the show centres around : unique/novel styles of singing, dancing, acts that are bizarre in nature, amazing, shocking or wow factor acts, mimicry , stand up comedy , contortionists, acrobatics, gymnasts, magicians. The program is high on entertainment, emotional and reality quotient.
Filmmaker Farah Khan seems not so impressed with the hospitality of British Airways. She took to Twitter to vent her anger on the airline services. Farah has a bitter experience of travelling with British Airways for the second time. Lashing out at the airways, the 50-year-old filmmaker t
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan shares a cordial relationship with almost everyone in the film industry. Filmmakers Karan Johar and Farah Khan are known to be among his closest buddies and he had worked in some of their respective films. But King Khan has called them “wannabe actors” an