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12-25-2008, 02:03 PM #1
What is Bollywood doing this Christmas?
Asin Thottumkal: "Christmas back home in Kerala used to be big. We had cakes and a Christmas tree, carols and candles…In Mumbai, we won't be doing much except going to Church mass on Christmas Eve. But yes, I do hope to catch my film Ghajini on Christmas. Can you believe it? I still haven't seen it! I hope audiences will go to see Aamir's muscles but notice me also. The one gift I want from Santa is for Ghajini to be a hit."
Dino Morea: "Spending Xmas at home. My parents are down from Bangalore. So it will be family and a few close friends. I've got the Christmas tree up and decorated. We'll all go for midnight mass and a X-mas brunch that will probably go on till late evening with a free flow of wine and pudding."
Malaika Arora: "Will go for midnight mass. And on the 25th have a quiet family lunch. Honestly, I want no gifts in my Christmas stockings."
Rensil D'Silva: "I'm here in New York celebrating a White Christmas with my family. Don't want anything from Santa this year. It's about time someone got Santa something for a change, don't you think?"
Amrita Arora: "I'll bring in Christmas by going for midnight mass. We have a family lunch at home every Christmas. That tradition will never change. And since I have everything this year, I want Santa to get some peace and love for my loved ones."
Tony D'Souza (director of Blue): "I'm dreaming of a blue Christmas. Sorry Santa, White Christmas will be next year. Make mine 'Blue' this time."
Kelly Dorji: "This year I've asked Santa to get me Kate Winslet. She has been a secret passion for years. Let's see if he does the needful. And this Christmas I'm going into a silent meditation retreat with the art of living. It will take me silently to the New Year."
Celina Jaitly: "I'm in Geneva for Christmas. So it will finally be a White Christmas for me after many years. I'll be meeting friends and family on Christmas Eve followed by an opera and then Christmas mass. I've been a good girl this year so I expect Santa to bring me all the things that I want including that someone special."
John Matthew: "I plan to spend X-Mas at home with family. What I'd really like this Christmas is a united India led by uncompromising leaders. For myself I want enough financial independence to be able to make the films I want to."
12-25-2008, 02:18 PM #2
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thanks for sharing yaar
12-25-2008, 02:20 PM #3
12-26-2008, 07:07 PM #4
Thank you so much for sharing
12-26-2008, 08:47 PM #5
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