Bipasha wants Atif to sing just for her (Movie Snippets)

New Delhi, Nov 26 (Calcutta Tube) Bollywood actress Bipasha Basu is so much in love with Pakistani singer Atif Aslam’s songs that she hopes he would sing for her someday.

‘Starting my day with Atif Aslam’s best songs – playing loudly in my car on my way to location. Wish he would sing all these songs just 4 me,’ Bipasha posted on her Twitter page.

The actress is currently in Gold Coast, Australia, to shoot her first international film ‘Singularity’. She plays a Maratha warrior in the movie being directed by English-French director Roland Joffe.


Arjun Rampal enthralls friends at birthday bash

Actor Arjun Rampal brought in his 38th birthday in style – he turned DJ at his club LAP in Samrat Hotel in the capital.

The actor, who was here with his wife Mehr Jessia, invited a host of celebrities, including superstar Hrithik Roshan, for his birthday Friday.

Hrithik’s wife Sussanne posted on Twitter: ‘In the capital H (Hrithik) and me to celebrate Arjun’s birthday. Had an outstanding time last night in LAP! Thank you Mehr and Arjun. Happy happiest year ahead!’

Actor Jacky Bhagnani too enjoyed the bash.

‘Had a blast last night at LAP in Delhi for Arjun Rampal’s birthday. It was a blast. Arjun is a brilliant DJ. He was playing like a pro. Thank you Arjun and Mehr for a brilliant party,’ he posted on the micro-blogging website.


‘Dum dum’ originally for ‘Rab Ne…’

The song ‘Dum dum’ from Yash Raj Films’ ‘Band Baaja Baaraat’ was originally composed for Shah Rukh Khan-starrer ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’, says a source.

The song, sung by Himani Kapoor and Benny Dayal, was not used in ‘Rab Ne…’.

‘Since the ‘Band Baaja Baaraat’ team needed a similar track for the film, ‘Dum dum’ was used. So in a way it was a very special musical gift to director Maneesh Sharma from Aditya Chopra,’ said the source.

‘Band Baaja Baaraat’, featuring Anushka Sharma and newcomer Ranveer Singh, is releasing Dec 10.

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