Thursday 24th August 2017
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Happy Birthday King Khan!
On November 2nd, one of Bollywood’s most famous stars – Shah Rukh Khan – celebrated his 45th birthday. The superstar spent the day in Berlin, where he is currently shooting for Farah Khan’s Don 2, and was joined by his family and co-stars Priyanka Chopra and Hrithik Roshan (who plays a cameo in the film). "Slagging with the kids.cut birthday cake in freezing cold.father in law said tv in india celebrating my birthday. thanx media guys..miss u," he Tweeted, along with a photo of him with his kids which can be viewed above.

We at Thamarai hope he had a great day and that his career in Bollywood (which spans almost two decades) will continue to flourish in the future.

“Half Robinhood” to hit our screens soon!
Akshay Kumar’s character in Farah Khan’s upcoming film “Tees Maar Khan” is branded“half Robinhood” – he steals from the rich but doesn’t give it to the poor. After Om Shanti Om, Farah Khan is back with a family entertainer, due to be released on December 24th of this year. Katrina Kaif plays the female lead in this film, and other familiar faces including Anil Kapoor and Salman Khan also make special appearances. Let’s hope it’s just as colourful, glitzy and entertaining as Om Shanti Om! Check out the trailer below:

Aamir Khan meets Obama
As if it wasn’t enough of an honour to see the wife of President Obama dancing to a track from one of your films (Rang De Basanti), Aamir Khan was then lucky enough to meet the President himself at the private dinner that was held at the residence of India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. The actor told reporters ““I was glad that PM Manmohan ji invited me for dinner…I am glad that he gave me such an opportunity to meet the President of US.” And when asked if he spoke to the President, he said “President Obama said he has heard a lot about my work and my films,”.  Lyricist Javed Akhtar and his wife, social activist Shabana Azmi were also at the dinner, amongst others.

Kavya Rajagopalan (c) thamarai.com