Following a sensational theatrical debut that set a new all-time record for the biggest weekend Bollywood opening film in North America, My Name Is Khan arrives on DVD August 10 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Two of Bollywood's biggest superstars, Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol, deliver powerful performances in this epic romance that proves true love knows no boundaries. Rizwan (Khan), an Indian man with a unique way of looking at the world, moves to San Francisco and meets a vivacious single mother named Mandira (Kajol). They form a special bond and fall in love against all odds, but fate and tragedy conspire to tear them apart. Just when it appears as though all hope is lost, Rizwan embarks on a remarkable journey across America to win back the love of his life.
The upcoming IIFA weekend in Sri Lanka will see the meeting of cricket and entertainment once again. The Sri Lanka Cricket and Sri Lanka Tourism along with International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) are organising a friendly T20 cricket match between the Lankan team and a team from Bollywood.
And who else than the swashbuckling Shahrukh Khan to lead the Bollywood side.
If the name Alan Edward Bell doesn't ring a 'bell' in your mind, then, let us tell you that, he is the same man who is responsible for the crisp editing of 500 Days Of Summer. And it is going to be this man who will very soon be the talk of the nation (or is that 'globe'?), as he is the man responsible for 'taming the hurricane'. For the uninitiated, we are talking about the climax of Karan Johar's My Name Is Khan wherein the characters get stranded due to a hurricane. Post the release of the film in India; while the story and screenplay were appreciated to the hilt, this was one particular scene that was panned by critics alike. But, for its US release, KJo has let Bell's hands to do the talking (read 'snipping').