Manoj Bajpayee Meets With an Accident, But He is Fine
Bollywood actor Manoj Bajpayee recently met with an accident in Mumbai. He, however, did not suffer any injury in the road mishap. Manoj was driving back home with his manager and on the way he was interrupted by a couple on a bike. The bike lost balance and the couple was thrown on the ground. Manoj was last seen in Ram Gopal Varma’s Sarkar 3 and his next projects are Aiyarry and Love Sonia.
Deepika Padukone was Chosen for Om Shanti Om Without Screen Test
Bollywood’s ultra-glam diva Deepika Padukone talks about her first film Om Shanti Om and how Farah Khan and Shah Rukh Khan took her for the role without holding a screen test. The Tamasha star likes to speak at length about how at a later stage in her career, a director, after having given a confirmation, backed out from signing her for a movie she was keen to be a part of, while Farah kept her word on casting her for Om Shanti Om despite being a newbie.
Dangal Star Zaira Wasim Rescued from Dal Lake After Accident
Zaira Wasim, a Kashmiri actor who was seen in Aamir Khan's blockbuster movie Dangal, was miraculously rescued by locals after her car fell into the Dal Lake on June 8. The car in which Zaira Wasim was travelling went out of the driver's control on the Boulevard Road and fell into the Dal Lake. Locals immediately rescued her unhurt but her companion sustained injuries in the accident.
Jennifer Lawrence’s Plane Forced to Make Emergency Landing
Jennifer Lawrence has walked away without any injury after her private plane suffered engine failure and was forced to make an emergency landing in New York. The flight was coming from the 26-year-old actress' hometown Louisville, Kentucky. One of its engines failed at 31,000 feet. In the middle of the resulting emergency landing, the other engine also failed. On the work front, Lawrence has been shooting Fox spy thriller Red Sparrow, which reteams her with Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence.
Tom Cruise was Terrified of Original Mummy
Hollywood star Tom Cruise, who features in a new Mummy reboot, said the original 1932 film starring Boris Karloff as the monster, had left him terrified. Cruise, 54, was sure he wanted the role when the offer came up because he had vivid childhood memories of watching the original, and being so scared of Karloff's performance that he had to sleep in the same room as his sisters Lee Anne, Marian, and Cass.