It's all about guns and a lot of action at the box office today with Saif Ali Khan and Sonakshi Sinha's Bullett Raja.
Actress Sonakshi Sinha says all is well between her and Dabangg co-star Salman Khan and that he is not upset with her over anything.
By now we know that the man who would give anything for his relationships is Salman Khan.
Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who has mostly acted in films revolving around larger-than-life male characters, says she does not sign films to prove anything to anybody.
Arbaaz Khan says Salman's own decisions have helped his career to flourish all through the years.
Call this a result of work woes -- actress Sonakshi Sinha had to wish her elder brothers - twins Luv and Kush - a "Happy Birthday" via micro-blogging site Twitter.
A lot of actors have been giving their birthday celebrations a miss and choosing to keep themselves busy at work instead. Sonakshi Sinha is no different as the actress says she has too many assignments on her plate right now.
Sri Lankan beauty Jacqueline Fernandez, who will be seen sharing screen space with Salman Khan in Sajid Nadiadwala's Kick, says working with the star is like a "dream come true" for her.
Three of Bollywood's famous Khans - Shah Rukh, Salman and Aamir - have already had a taste of the small screen, but Saif Ali Khan is happy being distant from it. Neither does he enjoy the drama content, nor does he find any entertainment in reality TV.
Actress Archana Puran Singh, who has been judging Comedy Circus for six years, says she enjoys it because it is a "very well paid job" and she is "laughing all the way to the bag".
Actor-filmmaker Arbaaz Khan, who recently directed Dabangg 2, says he would not try making a sex comedy or even a dark comedy. Not because he feels there's anything wrong in it, but he believes one should only do those things that reflect a bit of their own personality.
Actor-turned-director Arbaaz Khan intends to take the Dabangg franchise ahead but would like to direct and produce other films as well.