In the picture, Shah Rukh Khan can be seen standing in front of an aquarium in his signature pose. However, the Swades actor was photobombed by two scuba divers, one of whom copied his pose
Filmmaker Ashutosh Gowariker to announce next project soon, likely to cast Hrithik Roshan
Mr Vivek, 66, who acted in a string of Bollywood films such as Son of Sardar, Agneepath and Mumbai Mast Kalandar, is best known for playing astrologer Guran in Lagaan and the postmaster from Swades
Swades was SRK's first detour from the mainstream Bollywood formula of romance and revenge into realism. He plays Mohan Bhargava, a NASA project manager who returns to India in search of his governess Kaveri Amma. He finds not just her in a remote village, but also purpose and love
As a gift to celebrated writer Paulo Coelho, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan sent him a collection of his films, which included the likes of Swades, Chak De! India, Om Shanti Om, Ra. One, Asoka, Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna and Don. Shah Rukh also asked fans to suggest which film Mr Coelho should watch first
Amitabh Bachchan, who recently wrapped up the shooting for Bhoothnath Returns, says he will now join Ronnie Screwvala in his "exercise to collect funds" for Swades Foundation.
For superstar Shah Rukh Khan, the greatest way to count his years in the film industry is by his landmark movies.
He is one of the few Indians to have won two Grammy awards and two Academy Awards, yet he retains the humility of a common man. Celebrated Indian singer-composer A R Rahman, also known by the sobriquet 'Mozart of Madras', says he can never let stardom consume him.
He has been dominating Bollywood music scene for decades now and is the only Indian composer to have won two Academy awards. But A R Rahman still feels it is just the beginning of his career and is in no mood to take a break for himself.
A 'self-aware' actor will never do a film that is not an extension of his personality, believes superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who refrains from saying or doing certain things.
Kiran Rao says she is lucky to have met people like her husband, actor-filmmaker Aamir Khan and director Anand Gandhi who have enriched her journey and have made it more layered.
Kiran Rao says her experience has taught her that filmmakers, who are swimming against the tide, should stay true to themselves to get recognition.