Vidya Balan Was Saved From Falling On Metro Tracks...

Film director Sujoy Ghosh saved actor Vidya Balan in the nick of time as she almost fell onto the Metro rail tracks in Kolkata while they shot for his film 'Kahaani', says a media report.Vidya Balan was shooting at a Kolkata metro station. Fortunately, director Sujoy Ghosh came to her rescue and saved her from falling onto the tracks.Recalling the incident Ghosh says, "When we were shooting we had security guards across the platform. It went pitch perfect, not a single thing out of place."While we were paying attention, amidst all this, the only person we forgot was Vidya (laughs). But she is an adult. She is supposed to take care of herself. There was a scene where she was running backwards on the platform. She bumped against a weighing machine. She tripped and was about to fall onto the tracks."Seeing that she was about to fall, we immediately rushed to her. When she acts, she acts and forgets everything else."

Salman Suffering From Recurring Jaw Pain

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who underwent a surgery for trigeminal neuralgia, has been complaining of a knot in his jaw lately, says a Mumbai Mirror report.In August last year, Salman flew out to the US to undergo treatment for Trigeminal Neuralgia, a nervous disorder the actor had been detected with.After a five-hour-long surgery that involved removing blockages inside his mouth using coils and a few weeks of recuperation, the actor had come back home to start work on his YRF project. And while shooting for the Kabir Khan film in Cuba last month, Salman started experiencing pain again.In fact, he wasn’t being able to eat properly. A return of the pain, though in a much lesser intensity is therefore a point of worry for the actor.While one may suspect that the strenuous stunts involved in the film might have triggered Salman’s condition again, the source from the unit said that Salman never showed any sign of discomfort while he was shooting. Salman started experiencing this health problem about seven years back. The nagging pain however, vanished completely in a couple of years only to reappear in June last year.

YRF Ne Bana Di Jodi Of SRK, Kat

Film maker Yash Chopra returns to the director's chair after seven years to make a love film on Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif. Bombay Times published the first look of the pair in the film.The film will see SRK working with Katrina Kaif for the first time on celluloid.Anushka Sharma also features in the film,which is being shot extensively in London, followed by a long schedule in India.Katrina and SRK were approached for many projects together in the past, but they chose this film because the story appealed to them.The film will also see yet another pairing: AR Rahman and Gulzar.Bagging this role was a big deal for Katrina, as Yash Chopra's penchant for projecting his heroines in a grand and elegant manner is the stuff Bollywood legends are made of (remember SIlsila).The film is expected to release this Diwali.

Big B, Jaya To Pair Up After 20 Years For Holi Sequence ‎$img02_Mar_2012_PTI3_2_2012_000022B-g.jpg

The two were last seen together in a Holi song in Silsila.The real-life couple will be lip syncing to Man Hoke Patang in the under production Bhojpuri film Gangadevi, being produced by Big B's make up man Deepak Sawant.The song,which is an integral part of the film, was shot prior to Big B's hospitalisation and surgery.the last Holi sequence Amitabh Bachchan was seen in, was Holi Khele Raghuveera in Baghban, along with Hema Malini. Sawant has great hopes from this song.Says Sawant: "Whenever Amitji and Jayaji have teamed up for a Holi song, the result has enomenal."Whether it was Holi Ke Din Dil Mil Jate Hain in Sholay or the iconic Rang Barse in Silsila, it had created wonders."Though both of them celebrate Holi every year in real life, onscreen they are doing it after a long time. "There was great excitement when the song was being shot."I wanted the song to be sung by Amitji, but since he was not in town at the time, it has been sung by Sudesh Bhonsale. "Amitji had completed the shoot of the film before fixing the date for his operation, though he was suffering even then. He did not want to delay my film."

Coaches in the Classroom: Applying Sports Leadership to Business

the bench by Marian Van Overwaele, who is seeking an action of Lawburrows against Lanarkshire accountant Cameron Russell at Hamilton Sheriff Court.Second row, Zachary Sherman, Keith Lewis, Cody Day, Steven Berry, Eric Warner, Jason Schlotzhauer, Jacob Vedder, and Cameron Russell.By J. Scott Russell Midwestern State's David Terrell shoots over Cameron's Dol Kutey (24) in the first half during the LSC men's semifinal on Friday in.By J. Scott Russell Patrick Johnston/Times Record News Midwestern State senior guard Michael Loyd looks to lead the Mustangs past Cameron.By Russell Myers and George Arbuthnott The company owned by David Cameron's former 'back-to-work' tsar is at the centre of a new fraud probThe 21-year-old, who is indentured to Gai Waterhouse at Randwick, will ride the Russell Cameron-trained Next in the opening heat race, run under lights overe.

Broad shoulders and brave hearts - NSW Police a force to be

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