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hi balhens i have got some latest info , but let me tell u it may be incorrect,,, so if it happens dont mind!!!!!! i have came 2 know that aayesha will again get  pregnant frm sid and sid will thereafter refuse to accept the pregnancy so she will abort d baby.... and other family members will come to know abt all this later on.......... thats all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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specially for ram kapoor's fan......................
In 2005, Ram Kapoor was slim, fit, rakishly handsome, a movie actor, and altogether less successful. He had taken a break from television to appear in indies like Kal and Missed Call, which sank noiselessly in the popular imagination. Kapoor returned to television for the show Kasamh Se the following year, but he also let himself go in the bargain. He stopped watching what he ate and when. He ballooned outwards in all directions—and so did his career. It’s a measure of Kapoor’s popularity that he is being fielded for interviews for the forthcoming comedy Mere Dad ki Maruti.
In the 15 March release, the leading man from the hit television show Bade Acche Lagte Hain plays the father of an adolescent who misplaces the family car. A production of Yash Raj Films’ young audience division Y Films, Mere Dad Ki Maruti is packed with debutants and young actors, including the leads Saqib Saleem and Rhea Chakraborty and director Ashima Chibber. Kapoor plays “the worst kind of dad a young kid can hope to have”, he says. “I am a nightmare, from his (the son’s) point of view. From my point of view, my son is an idiot.”

Kapoor is only 40—a bit too young to play a father even in a country that still values early parenthood. He has already played paternalistic roles in Udaan and Student of the Year. The move might mean professional hara-kiri in an industry in which only marquee names have the prerogative of playing college students while in their 40s. “Some actors want to be close to the people they actually are,” Kapoor says. “I want to do as many diverse things as possible that are different from the actual me. I have always taken on challenges and it has always paid dividends, whether in television or in cinema.”


The failure of his early movies did hurt the actor, who trained in the Stanislavski system at an acting academy in Los Angeles, US. “I was a bit disappointed,” Kapoor says. “I kind of come from a school of thought, maybe it is my method training, where I fully realize how hard it is to make a career out of show business.” It made more sense for him to be somebody on television rather than a toiler at cinema. “I fully understand how lucky I am because TV was always there for me, and I was getting to work,” he says. “That feeling took over the disappointment.”

Kasamh Se, in which Kapoor played business tycoon Jay Walia, took off so quickly once it started airing that his body had little time to react. “In 2005, I used to eat right, exercise right, work out,” he says. “After I decided to come back to television, my work days went for a complete toss. I was working round the clock for 14-16 hours, I ate dinner at 1, lunch at 4. But I realized this was the time to not hold back but to put my effort into work all the way. It took a toll on my body and my personal life, but it has paid dividends in my work life.”

Kapoor’s faith in television was vindicated with the success of Bade Acche Lagte Hain, in which he plays a businessman who agrees to an arranged marriage and discovers the true meaning of love. The centrepiece of the Balaji Telefilms production, which started airing in May 2011, is the slow-burning, old-fashioned romance between Kapoor’s character and his lady love, played by Sakshi Tanwar. Bade Acche Lagte Hain has transformed the portly actor into a most unlikely heart-throb (it helps that the show has a fair amount of television-friendly lip-locks and lovemaking). “Of course, I love the compliments, but when women say, you’re so hot, I don’t know what they are seeing that is hot,” says Kapoor about his gentlemanly romantic.

Kapoor won’t stop headlining the show, but he wants to stack up some more film credits in the meantime. “I concentrate on my show, I give it 15 days a month,” he says. “The other 15, I am trying to do a variety of cinema, to establish myself as a character actor like Boman Irani or Irrfan.” His forthcoming films include the under-production Farhan Akhtar-Vidya Balan starrer Shaadi ke Side Effects.
“I am not in a hurry,” Kapoor says. “It has taken me 10 years to come to the top of TV. I am willing to give myself the same 10 years. My calendar is packed, but I have a long way to go before I can establish myself. I want that five years from now, I will be seen in a similar kind of light the way Boman is today.”

All this means some more juggling between two vastly different approaches to acting. “Television and cinema are very different and cater to different audiences,” Kapoor says. “The approaches are different too—television is all about efficiency, speed and deadlines, you don’t have the luxury of time. When I am on a TV set, I have to be fast and efficient and I don’t have the time for discussion. On a film set, it is exactly the opposite—you can be creative and work things out. It is quite easy for me because I love what I do, which is why I can work so hard.”
Mere Dad ki Maruti releases on 15 March.

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The main vamp of the serial Bade Achhe Lagte Hain, Ayesha, will soon make an exit from the show. Her character will die in an accident, and the story will take an interesting turn.

According to the latest reports, Chahat Khanna, who plays Ayesha in Bade Achhe Lagte Hain, has shot for her last episode and will bid adieu to the show soon. Actually, the actress is getting married, and thus has to say goodbye to the serial.

The story of Bade Achhe.. will now take an interesting turn. Post her death, Ram (Ram Kapoor) and Priya (Sakshi Tanwar) will start staying together in the Kapoor Mansion along with their daughter Peehu and Ayesha’s son Kush.

In the recent episodes, Ram has been trying to make amends with Priya and once again has proclaimed his love for her. He wants to divorce Ayesha at the earliest, and is eager to get united with Priya. With Ayesha’s death, things will become normal between the estranged lovers.

However, this is not the end of Ayesha’s character. Sources claim that the vamp will return with vengeance after undergoing a plastic surgery. Some other actress may do Ayesha’s role in the show later on.
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Sakshi Tanwar, who enthralled everyone with her TV shows like Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii and Bade Achhe Lagte Hain talks about her short film Mitu and claims that she would love to work in Bollywood films.

On being asked about her short film Mitu, Sakshi said, "It's a beautiful award winning short film. The story is of today's urban Indian woman who would look for options when it comes to sexual gratification if she is deprived of in her marriage. Yet her firm rooted values will prevent her from breaking her marriage. A sensitive portrayal of the new Indian woman who will fulfill her needs but will not forget her values!"

Are you open to do Bollywood films? "Yes of course. For an actor any medium where he/she can showcase talent is a good enough platform .I have done a film with Sunny Deol which is awaiting release," answered the actress.

 we also hear that Siddhanth who has been a negative character so far on the show will have a change of heart. After knowing that Ram and Ayesha's (Chahat Khanna) kid, is actually his son. He will develop feelings for Ayesha and will try to win her love and trust back.

When contacted, Mahesh Shetty said, "Yes, I am re-entering the show and am currently shooting for Pihu's rescue sequence."

^ Ram Kapoor tweets ( After the death of DELHI gang rape victim):

For the first time in my life I don't feel like living in my own country. I don't feel like raising my children(my daughter)in this country!
^ Sumona Tweets :

"Am proud to be an Indian" I can say it no more. Its a pathetic feelin. RIP Nirbhaya who fought till the end.
^ Sneha Rajani Tweets:

RIP dearest soul... U were so brave, U will bring a change.. That's a promise.. Salute.

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