"I believe six-pack and eight-pack abs make you weak. They look nice, but they can make you physically weak. I believe you should be muscular and fit. I don't want to promote eight-pack abs," Ajay said
A curious Anushka, who interviews Aamir's character, asks him, "Naam kyaa hai tumhara?. Aamir answers in a Bhojpuri flavoured tone, "Naam Kucho nahi hai humara. Baki na jaane kahe sab mujhe PK-PK bulawat hain."
When asked whether he suffered from stage fright, Farhan told PTI here, "Every single time! I equate it to jumping out of a plane. I have done 100-plus jumps by now, but every time I go to the door, there's always that one little element of 'what if'? at the back of my head."
When asked about being tagged as an 'action hero', specially after the release of the Singham film series, he said, "I don't think so. I have acted in different types of films in my career. I consider myself lucky that I have got a chance to act in all kinds of films."
Angelina and Brad play a husband and wife struggling in their relationship in By The Sea, which will release in 2015
"I am glad that Imtiaz took Alia for Highway, which is considered one of the best performances of her. But I had to vouch for her to Imtiaz. When I had told him about Alia and requested him to take her in his film, he was not at all sure about her acting prowess after Student of the Year," revealed KJo
The Bang Bang star played the gallant gentleman as he offered his arm to the bride and attempted to make the wedding an experience to cherish for her
Diandra surreptitiously pulled Gautam away from the crowd, across the house, and took him to one of the washrooms. She then locked the door (ahem!)
The trailer Baby, which feature Akshay Kumar and Rana Daggubati, is due to release on December 3
Tayor Swift believes she wouldn't have won as many awards or sold out as many gigs, had she not written about her personal heartbreaks
Paul Walker aided Reach Out Worldwide (ROWW) which provides relief in area affected by natural disasters
The first poster features Varun (silhouette) staring at a man (presumably his foe) across an empty and dark railway platform