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‘I don’t believe in  number games’

Actor Irrfan Khan, who is enthralling movie buffs with his romantic comedy Qarib Qarib Singlle, says he is not bothered by the numbers game in Bollywood. Irrfan's last release Hindi Medium had crossed Rs 100 crore worldwide.

Asked if he has started learning the number game, the National Award winning actor said, “I do not want to get into that zone. I am not Sachin Tendulkar to score 100 in most of the matches. I have done my work sincerely and I think as an actor, I shouldn't get into the business part.”

‘Nationalism is being misinterpreted a lot. Politicians have started considering themselves as the nation. If you oppose them, you become anti-national. These politicians are like the harvesting crop, they change when the crop changes. Nation is larger than any political party.’

— Javed Akhtar

After wrapping up the shoot of her upcoming Telugu film Saakshyam, Pooja Hegde along with the entire unit distributed gifts to 100 kids including foods and foodstuff on the sets of her film. She was shooting for it in a remote area in the South recently and decided to extend a helping hand to the local children instead of a wrap up bash. On October 13, her birthday, she visited the children's cancer ward and spent time with the children there.

Sarandon admires Hahn

Actress Susan Sarandon admires her A Bad Moms Christmas co-star Kathryn Hahn, and says she is “enormously talented and big-hearted.” Sarandon and Hahn are playing mother-daughter in A Bad Moms Christmas, which was released in India on Friday. Hahn really wanted Sarandon to play her on screen mother. Hahn sent her an email stating: “My ovaries really need you in this movie. I feel it.”

Jon Lucas, the film's co-director, said: “And Susan wrote an email back saying, ‘Who am I to argue with your ovaries?’ Which is the greatest acceptance letter of all time.”

 
 
 
 
 

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