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Shakira, the Columbian rockstar is back with her extravagant moves with her honest hips. As the dim lights sets the mood, check out the latin sensation gyrating her hot sexy body like never before in her new music video 'Addicted To You..'

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Poonam for Playboy!!?

Poonam Pandey, the controversial Kingfisher model all nude much to the delight of her fans after the victory of Shahrukh Khan's IPL franchise cricket team Kolkata Knight Riders. Find out if she's willing to go full frontal for Playboy..


Bipasha Basu’s dusky beauty and oomph factor have always been a draw for filmmakers and audiences alike. But for the poster of her upcoming film Raaz 3, the sultry actor has raised the bar even higher with a risqué photo shoot.

Incidentally, producers Mahesh and Mukesh Bhatt, who worked with Bipasha 10 years ago in Raaz (2002), didn’t want her to do the shoot.

An insider reveals, “The Bhatts felt the pose and outfit were too bold and didn’t want Bipasha to do it, thinking she might be uncomfortable. Also, they felt they might have to tone down the concept eventually. So they planned to get a body double and morph Bipasha’s face onto the model’s body later. But when she found out, the actor insisted on doing it herself.”

Bipasha says, “When I learnt about the concept, I decided to do it. I had no qualms. It’s my movie and I should be shooting for the poster. I understand that it was required to show the film’s theme in the right light. I have always been comfortable in my skin and never been conscious of my body. It was the right decision.”
The trailer of Raaz 3, the Vikram Bhatt directed sequel to Mohit Suri's 'Raaz - The Mystery Continues (2009)' is all set to be unveiled with Sunny Leone's Bollywood debut 'Jism 2' that is slated to release on 3rd August,2012.

Pooja believes that she has chosen a safe release date for her maiden erotic thriller that also features Randeep Hooda and Arunoday Singh romancing Sunny like Bollywood Cinema has never seen before.

"Yes, It was a decision taken together to release the trailer of 'Raaz 3' with 'Jism 2'. You all will see Bipasha and Sunny together this August 3rd," said actor-turned-director Pooja Bhatt, who has helmed the sequel of the film 'Jism (2003)'.

"We have a clean week as 'Ek Tha Tiger' is coming on Aug 15 and the release of 'Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum' has preponed to July 27," she added.

'Raaz 3' featuring Bipasha Basu along with Emraan Hashmi and Esha Gupta boasts of the most spine chilling moments in stereoscopic 3D and is reported to be a direct sequel to the 2009 horror-thriller 'Raaz - The Mystery Continues' that had Emraan and Kangna in the lead.

The secret unveils 7th September.

Filmmaker Pooja Bhatt believes in showing boldness as it is, with no double-meaning and no toilet humour.

The actor-turned-director is waiting for the release of her erotic thriller " Jism 2", which is perhaps the boldest film from the Bhatt camp.

"An average film is made from a male perspective and designed for a male audience, but I am going to show pure, unadulterated sensuality, designed by adults and for adults," said Pooja.

The 40-year-old made her her directorial debut in 2004 with John Abraham and Udita Goswami-starrer 'Paap', followed by 'Holiday', 'Dhokha', "Kajraa Re" and now 'Jism 2'.

"Toilet humour is not my style and what I wish to do. I leave the double-meaning and toilet humour to other filmmakers to do. 'Jism 2' is an adult film for adult sensibilities. The adult audience is a sizeable number and it is big enough for my film" she added.

The erotic thriller recently passed Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) with an A-certificate and is awaiting release on August 3, 2012. 'Jism 2' is a sequel to the 2003 film "Jism" that featured Bipasha Basu's hot scenes with her then leading man John Abraham. The sequel features Indo-Canadian porn star Sunny Leone with Arunoday Singh and Randeep Hooda.

Bollywood actor Uday Chopra is all set to launch a new label of comic books, "Yomics", based on Yash Raj movies like "Dhoom" and "Ek Tha Tiger". The actor says that it is his passion for comics and graphic novels which has led him to embark on this endeavour.

"I love reading comics and it's my passion. Most people don't want to get into this (comics) because they don't want to put money into it. But I feel if I am able to create an industry which doesn't exist today, I will be the one to start it. But more than that, it is the love for comics which has led me to this," said Uday at the launch of "Yomics" at Yash Raj Studios Tuesday.

There are four titles which are ready as of now; "Dhoom", "Ek Tha Tiger", "Hum Tum" and a new character based comic called Daya Prochu. The actor says that the fifth title is in the pipeline and will be introduced during Diwali.

"Every month a new 'Yomic' will come. We will be adding the fifth title during Diwali. The new title is very different to 'Dhoom' and 'Ek tha tiger'. I want to give the readers something completely new," he said.

Daya Prochu is an original addition by Uday Chopra. He is shown to be a fun school-going boy and Chopra feels that everyone will be able to relate to him.

"Daya is a school child and his thoughts are different. We all have a Daya Prochu in us. We have all been bullied, but his character bullies other people. It's a fun character," he added.

Talking about the impact of his venture, Chopra says that it purely depends on how the audience accept this medium. He is introducing four titles together in the hope that different people will associate to and like different characters and will like to read more about them.

"The success of any skill depends on the audience. I am bringing out four titles together so that they might like at least one. They might identify with at least one character and people will like to read their stories. I will keep at it for a while," he added.

Chopra said his "Yomics" are very different to conventional comic books which are available. Their look and feel makes them distinct.

"I have kept the art work very colourful and simple. It is not grim. Today's comics are very grim and dark. I want to stay away from that. I want to cater to a universal audience and make them feel happy about it. I will enter that realm also but right now I want to make them very appealing," he said.

The Yash Raj banner is known for its love sagas and these surely will not be kept out of their comic books. Chopra plans to introduce them eventually.

"I have thought about it. I don't know how they will do in a comic book format. This format needs action to get moving. But in the west they don't only have action comic books and I don't see any reason for not doing that here. We will love to do it in a while," he added.

Watch the YOMICS Trailer below and enter the YOMIC WORLD for more action.

Neha Bhasin, the hot looking crooner with an apple bottom is back.

One of the winners of the Indian television talent show CoKe[V]Popsstars (2001), Neha along with four other winners Seema Ramchandani, Pratichee Mohapatra, Mahua Kamat, and Anushka Manchanda formed the Popband Viva!. The group that made 2 hit albums Viva! and Viva! Reloaded split after their second album with individual members starting their solo careers.

Neha stepped into playback singing and earned the Vijay Award for Best Female Playback Singer for her debut Tamil song "Pesugiren Pesugiren" from Satham Podathey (2007) composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. She collaborated with Yuvan again for another song "Sei Yethaavathu sei" from the album Billa (2007) that still remains one of her biggest hits. Her collaboration with Malaysian Rapper Emcee Jesz for the Tamil single "Thaniye" was very successful winning her much fan following in Malaysia and Singapore.

Neha Bhasin released her debut solo album Tabaah (2010) that featured songs written by Bhasin herself. The album was well received and her debut song "Apple Bottoms" sponsored by the International brand Reebok won her a nomination at the Indian Music Academy Awards in the Best Non Film song category.

After winning much accolades and a Stardust Award for her last rendition 'Dhunki' from Mere Brother Ki Dulhan (2011), Neha has returned with a hot new single 'Tera Mera'.

The hottie has released a teaser of her new music video on YouTube and is awaiting fan's response.

The new-age Zanjeer just got a lot sexier.

Mahie Gill who plays the new-age vamp Mona Darling (which was played by Bindu in the original film), flew to Bangkok to shoot some of the funniest sex scenes of her life for the remake.

Apparently Mahie plays an extremely libidinous Mona who has the hots for the villain Teja, played by Prakash Raj.

But somehow, we hear, Mona doesn't...er get it.

When questioned about character's coitus interruptus Mahie laughs..

"That's right. I play a very horny Mona Darling. I'm constantly lusting after Prakash Raj. But every time we are close to doing 'it' something or the other happens to spoil it. So eventually, I get quite frustrated."

"Director, Apoorva Lakhia, has re-written the Mona-Teja scenes beautifully. With due respects to Binduji and Ajitji, we couldn't play the roles the way they did 40 years ago. Zamana badal gaya hai. What was seen as sexy and seductive back then may not be so now. Our characters are constantly on the edge of having sex but never quite get there. It's far more interesting than just tumbling into bed," said Mahie Gill, the sensuous actor, who has been doing torrid love-making scenes from the time she debuted in Dev D, this is quite a departure from her usual roles.

"Ironically I am playing a full-on seductress, but not doing lovemaking scenes," laughs Mahie, who is thrilled by the role's glamour quotient. Her clothes are being designed by Pria Kataria Puri .

"So far, I've never been dressed up like this. Apoorva Lakhia had a special look in mind. He didn't want it to be a just 'filmy'. He wanted me to look very different from the usual vamps and seductresses. When I got into Pria's clothes, I felt different."

"I also had a Telugu teacher, who accompanied me to Bangkok. He was there on location to make sure I got it all right. But Prakash Raj was also a big help. He told me where to take a pause while delivering my Telugu lines," said Mahie, who simultaneously shot in Hindi and Telugu for Zanjeer.

Oscar Winning actor Charlize Theron says that she does not have any inhibitions as an actor and is comfortable being naked on-screen. She mentioned that she could be very profession for any kind of sex and love making scenes on-screen.

The 36-year-old, who has stripped off in films like 2 Days in the Valley and The Devils Advocate said that a lot of intimacy depends on the comfort level with the co-star.

"It depends on who you're doing the sex scene with. I don't have issues being naked. What I mean is, I'm not hung up on my body, and I've been lucky to work with people I've been really comfortable with. I've had maybe two occasions where it's been uncomfortable," said Charlize Theron.

The actor will soon be seen in one of her raciest photo shoots ever in the August issue of W magazine, where she provocatively poses in lingerie with her Prometheus co-star Michael Fassbender.

Priya Anand, the bubbly actress who played the love interest of Siddharth in 180, was initially offered the lead role in Thuppakki opposite Vijay. But she had to put down the offer as she had already given her dates to the upcoming Bollywood project English Vinglish starring Sridevi.
Now the actress has been roped in opposite Siva Karthikeyan in Ethir Neechal, which is being produced and scripted by Dhanush. 

Hotshot actress Trisha has designed her house in a very tasteful way.

The way leading to her room in her house has a staircase which has 13 costly steps made of marble. Each of these steps costs a cool 2 lakhs.

Needless to say, these steps are a major highlight and guests who come to the actress' house are amazed by the look and polish of these steps.

Govinda lately hasn’t had the craze he used to have few years ago. Yet he hasn’t lost his hunger to make new films. 

The ‘Naughty @ 40’ actor, who last featured in Loot, is ready with a story titled Dhurandar. 

Recently a report quoted him saying that after a long hunt for a director, the actor had zeroed upon Rajnish Raj Thakur. He is also keen to rope in the happening Kajal Aggarwal as his ‘jodi’ in the film.

The film is expected to go on floors after Kajal gives her nod for the project. The actor made her Bollywood debut in the super hit Ajay Devgn starrer Singham.

Trisha is having a good time in Kollywood right now.

The actor has in her kitty, Samar with Vishal, Boologam with Jayam Ravi and Endrendrum Punnagai with Jiiva.

In a recent chat the hot looking actor opened up about her leading man Vishal in her upcoming film 'Samar'..

“Vishal and I have always been good friends and we wanted to act together for a very long time. Thiru gave us that chance in Samar. Like Ajith and Vijay, Vishal too is a very good pair for me,” said Trisha.

Samar also stars Sunaina, Jay Prakash, Manoj Bajpai, JD Chakravarthi and Rajendran. Yuvan Shankar Raja is doing the music and Richard M Nathan is handling the camera.

Pooja Bhatt's Jism 2 is yet to hit the screens but the actor-turned-director has started working on the third film in Jism" franchise, with plans to make it in 3D.

"I had my script ready a long time back. I want to get it out of my system. I will make Jism 3 in 3D. It will be interesting to make an erotic film in 3D," said Pooja Bhatt.

"In fact we had plans to make Jism 2 in 3D. But later we felt it would look very ahead of times," she added.

Though Pooja refuses to divulge any details on the cast of Jism 3, she says it will be bigger and better.

"I don't want to talk about the cast now. We have increased our take with Jism 2. So Jism 3 should be bigger and better. It will be a step ahead in every way," she said, adding it will go on floors next year.

Pooja is looking forward to the release of Jism 2 featuring Sunny Leone, Randeep Hooda and Arunoday Singh. It is due to hit the screens Aug 3.

Get the first look of one of the most-awaited and controversial films, Heroine. Madhur Bhandarakar has released the first poster of the film on his Twitter account. The poster has an ultra-glam Kareena lying on a bed with her legs crossed. Kareena is dressed in a shimmery tank top and shorts lying down on a bed surrounded by magazines and photos of herself and an empty wine glass.

The movie has Kareena Kapoor playing a high profile actress whose career goes off track and whose personal life tailspins into chaos. The actress has, in an interview, described her character in Heroine as a “bipolar” and “schizophrenic” personality.

"Presenting the 1st poster of Heroine to all my well wishers. Hope you like it," Bhandarkar tweeted.

The film, charting the journey of a Bollywood actress, is set to hit theatres on September 14. The film also stars Arjun Rampal as a popular filmstar and Randeep Hooda as a cricketer.

Apparently, there is also a steamy scene between Kareena and Arjun Rampal. Since its launch at Cannes last year, the film is mired in controversies. Aishwarya Rai, who was signed the film initially, dropped out owing to her pregnancy before Kareena was roped in.

"There’s something about dance that makes a dancer feel liberated. It’s like nobody’s watching you and you are free. It really gives a kick that makes us very passionate about dancing," said the young and talented Neha Sharma.

The sultry actor made her acting debut opposite Ramcharan Teja through the Telugu film 'Chirutha (2007)' opposite Ramcharan Teja. A trained kathak dancer that she is, has been honing her dancing skills since then learning Jazz, Salsa and Street Hip-hop.

Neha Sharma made her Bollywood debut with the Emraan Hashmi starrer 'Crook: It's Good To Be Bad (2010)'and was then seen in a cameo alongside Shahid Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra in the recent Box-office thud 'Teri Meri Kahaani (2012)'. She is one of the leads in the upcoming adult comedy 'Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum (2012) also starring Tusshar Kapoor, Ritesh Deshmukh & Sarah Jane Dias that is to release on July 27th, 2012.

The hottie although haven't had much of an opportunity to prove her dancing skills, spoke of her admiration towards Katrina Kaif and Madhuri Dixit while talking about her passion for dance since her childhood.

She said "Only a legendary actor like Madhuri Dixit can perform for a sensuous song like 'Dhak Dhak' and make it not look vulgar. I admire Madhuri Dixit and Katrina Kaif. I think no one can do the Dhak Dhak step better than Madhuri; it’s very sensuous and yet not vulgar."

Reema Sen is amazed at the response she has been receiving to her sensuous role of Durga, Sardar Khan's ( played by Manoj Bajpayee) second wife in "Gangs of Wasseypur" and expressed her thoughts about the size zero trend that she thinks is obnoxious.

"Anurag had told me that people were going to go crazy over my character but I never expected this. I never thought that people will be so ga ga over the character. People have found a cotton sari and a quarter second back shot so sexy - I am amazed," stated Reemma in a recent interview.

"Had it not come after 'The Dirty Picture', people would have said I looked fat. Vidya has made voluptuous look sexy and I really need to thank her," attributing her success to Vidya Balan.

"Everyone is so crazy over the size zero concept. I don't think fat is sexy but being skinny is not that great either. It's like their bodies are all the same and without seeing the face you don't know who it is. This is an obnoxious trend where people are anorexic and they try to look sexy," added the actor saying that she doesn't think skinny bodies make one look sexy.

Bebo, who is back to her size-zero avatar with Halkat Jawani, her Heroine song, has recently said: "Being fat is not sexy! Anyone who says that is talking crap. Voluptuous is sexy, but fat is out."

Sonakshi on the other hand remarked "People have told me they are happy that the full-figured Indian heroine is back. I have broken the size zero mould. I don't agree with the concept of being stick thin.

At the end of the day, Indian men want women who are well-rounded, voluptuous and curvaceous, someone they can hold."

Reemma, the latest entrant to the curvaceous league of Bollywood, wasn't quite chubby when she entered showbiz.

However, with Vidya Balan, Sonakshi Sinha and now Reemma Sen prove their best with their hot voluptuousness, women with curvaceous, well rounded and voluptuous looks are back again in vogue in Bollywood.

After acting, it seems Aditi Rao Hydari's singing career is also taking shape.

The actor, who earlier crooned for "London Paris New York" has now been roped in to sing for the Hindi version of "Ice Age 4: Continental Drift" theme song 'We Are Family' originally sung by Latina star Jennifer Lopez.

"Fox Star Studios India decided to give a unique touch to the family theme of 'Ice Age 4' roping Aditi to croon for the Hindi version of this peppy song that is already a global hit.

"The series just grew on me. I feel that the antics and funny camaraderie of Sid, Manny and Diego make this series watchable again and again! I love how these completely different animals become friends unwittingly and go through the most unusual and unique adventures together in each film," said Aditi while discussing about a music video featuring her singing for the film.

"It is perhaps one of the best examples of a complete family film, where there is something for everyone. It has a powerful story, fantastic action, eccentric wit and comedy, and it's in 3D!" she added.

Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh has confessed of his fondness towards his 3G co-star Sonal Chauhan.

Neil and Sonal were in full bloom and were reportedly inseparable during their 45day shooting in Fiji for the upcoming psychological thriller '3G' directed by Sheershak Anand and Shantanu Ray Chibber. The duo however remained tightlipped about talking about their relationship.

In a recent interview, Neil confessed of his feelings waxing eloquent about being in love with Sonal and claimed that she has met his parents, He even mentioned of their wedding that would soon be on cards.

The actor hinted having proposed Sonal on the socio-microblogging website Twitter.

"The chemistry between the duo is evident. They are not trying to hide anything and the comfort level they share is very obvious. Sonal in fact has even put a picture on her messenger of them holding hands leaving very little to the imagination," said a source from the unit.

"They are making no efforts to keep their relationship under wraps. It as if they want everyone to know they are in love. On the sets they have been shooting for some tough and draining scenes and both have been lending tremendous support to each other while shooting," added the source.

While Neil awaits a response from his love hoping a positive reply, lets wish him the very best of best things to come.

Ajay Devgn and Abhishek Bachchan's recent release Bol Bachchan begins with a 'Thank You Aamir Khan' credit. In case if you are wondering what is Mr Perfectionist's contribution to a Rohit Shetty film, here is the answer...

The action comedy has the track Bhaag D K Bose from Aamir Khan's production Delhi Belly. The makers were keen to include the song as they felt it was perfect for a musical sequence filmed on Abhishek Bachchan.

A source said, "They were told that Aamir holds the rights for the song. When the star was approached, he gave his consent immediately. But when the talk veered towards monetary compensation, he refused to be compensated for it."

The source added, "The copyright of the songs are usually held by music companies from which permission is taken before they are used. Otherwise there is a copyright infringement issue. For every song utilised, a royalty has to be given to them. But in Aamir's case as the rights are with him, the royalty goes to him."

Rohit Shetty and Ajay Devgn were happy that Aamir Khan willingly gave the right to use the song and refused to accept any royalty for it. The film's spokesperson confirmed that Aamir Khan did not charge anything and the makers are thankful to him.