Mumbai, April 7 (IANS) Aamir Khan, who revealed his lean look last month, took many in the film fraternity by surprise, especially since the 50-year-old opted for only natural means to achieve his weight goals.
Aamir indulged in cycling, trekking, swimming and played tennis in addition to exercising.
A lot of his friends from within the industry have been reaching out to Aamir, asking him how he managed to lose the extra weight.
The “Dangal” actor’s spokesperson said: “Aamir has been approached by many of his industry friends asking for his weight loss secrets. Everyone is left in awe of the sheer dedication he has exhibited to achieve his current look.”
Atul Kasbekar turns writer?
“Neerja” producer Atul Kasbekar seems to be on a roll in Bollywood. After turning a producer, the celebrity photographer is now said to be working towards becoming a writer for films.
There is buzz that he is penning the concept — believed to be a comedy — for his next with Ram Madhvani. They hope to start casting for the film soon.
Talking about this, Kasbekar said: “I recently wrote and shared a concept note with Ram. It’s an original idea I had and Ram absolutely loved the core thought. We are developing it into a script which we hope to be proud of.
“All I can confirm now is that its a comedy. (I) figured that after ‘Neerja’, may as well try and make the audience laugh for a change”.
Monica Dogra inspired by Courtney Love
Singer-actress Monica Dogra, who recently moderated a chat with American showbiz artiste Courtney Love in Mumbai, says she was over the moon to meet the globally known celebrity, who is an inspiration to her.
In fact, Monica feels she has had a “relationship” with Love for years.
“My relationship with Courtney Love as a persona, as a muse, as a rock n roll bada** is like decades long and that’s something that really inspires me about her. What I loved about meeting her was that she’s exactly what she is. You know the same Courtney that I’ve seen in interviews, it was the same Courtney that was sitting right in front of me,” Monica said in a statement.
Monica was especially impressed by how Love “doesn’t adjust herself for situations”.
On hindsight, she said: “I think, quite sub-consciously I drew inspiration from Courtney’s rock n roll persona. She was one of the only women in rock n roll at that time, also when the grunge movement was picking up speed, she was the queen.”