The latest rumours doing rounds in the Bollywood’s grapevine is that Salman Khan got Arijit’s song removed from his movie Sultan. As people believe, Salman did this because Arijit had insulted Salman at one of the Award Functions some 3 years back.
Even Arijit has asserted that Salman Khan got his song removed from the movie and gave it to another established singer.
Here is what had happened
Quora is one of the Social Media (no no…it’s a Social Networking website) where questions are asked and the members answer those questions. These are not typical knowledge sharing but experience sharing questions and answers. Sounds cool!
As soon as I got to know about this website, I also jumped the bandwagon and it has been quite some time since then. I have myself replied to a lot of questions and many of them are really interesting questions. But then, there some stupid questions also.
Examples of stupid questions on Quora (with links):
I generally don’t write about such gossips. But this time around, it is about my favorite girl, Malika Arora Khan. So, I had to write and I really want to know what is happening.
This year we have already seen two couples taking separate paths – Katrina Kaif and Ranbir Kapoor, and there is Farhan Akhtar and Adhuna Akhtar who also filed for divorce.
Rumors are afloat that the Arbaaz and Malaika are all set to file divorce. The news about them being in this situation is doing rounds since some time now. There have been instances where their differences are quite visible. Read more
Do you remember Maya Sarabhai? I knew you would remember her!
For those who are still wondering who she is – Maya Sarabhai was a character in Sarabhai vs Sarabhai, an Indian sitcom which created it’s own space. It was about a family which had ‘upper class’ saas, Maya Sarabhai, whose son marries a ‘middle class’ bahu, Monisha.
The sitcom was about daily lives of Sarabhais and how Monisha would her ‘middle class’ life and how Maya’s ‘upper class’ life was intervened and their lives interfered with each others’. It was an interesting juxtaposition of two ‘classes’.
Here are nine words which, according to Maya Sarabhai, are spoken by people according to their ‘class’: Read more