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Ranbir to go flabby for ‘Barfee’

Ranbir to go flabby for ‘Barfee’

MUMBAI: Indian film star Ranbir Kapoor is all set to go flabby for his upcoming film ‘Barfee,’ earlier titled ‘Silence’, directed by Anurag Basu, local media reported.
The skinny Kapoor lad who was very much in news for his extra slim physique will go on a heavy fatty food diet to gain those extra kilos which would make him look flabby and plump. Talking to a news daily, an insider revealed, “For a month until the shooting starts in February, Ranbir will binge on fatty food.”

Deepika apes Ranbir in ‘Break Ke Baad’

MUMBAI: Jilted lass Deepika Padukone is all set to relive her bitter experiences on reel for her character in ‘Break Ke Baad’ is closely modelled on none other than her ex-boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor.
In ‘Break Ke Baad’, Deepika plays the character of a commitment-phobic girl – Aalia, which mirrors her ex-beau Ranbir, who is infamous for his commitment phobic ways in Bollywood. Deepika and Ranbir were in a serious two years relationship before the Kapoor scion ditched the

Rishi-Neetu forbid son Ranbir from shooting in Pakistan

MUMBAI: Whether Ranbir Kapoor will be shooting in Pakistan or not has become a million dollar question for ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’ director Mira Nair.
Buzz has it that Mira, who arrives in Mumbai next week, will soon be deciding on the hero – Ranbir or Shahid, depending on whom she can convince to shoot in Pakistan.
Talking to a daily, a source said, “Mira is no stranger to casting hiccups. For ‘The Namesake’, her first choices for the lead were Abhishek Bachchan and

Ranbir, Priyanka go comic

Box office collections notwithstanding, “Anjaana Anjaani” is certainly on a roll. The two suicidal protagonists in the rom-com who meet when they are on the verge of suicide are about to take a plunge in another direction.
The protagonists played by Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra will now feature in a series of comic books describing the adventures of their characters Akash and Kiera.
Producer Sajid Nadiadwala has spoken to a leading publishing house which