Bollywood Awards 2011/2012 -
The Cult Classic Award will go to Haunted 3D
The Successful Bollywood Debut Award will go to Nargis Fakhri
The Worst Labelled Movie will go to Aarakshan
The Worst Promoted Movie Award - Ra.One
Well known British singer Jay Sean has already performed eight times in India for 2011.
Recently, he said in his interview that, eight years ago I sang my debut single "Dance With You (Nachna Tere Naal)" at the MTV IMMY Awards.
Since then, I've fallen in love with India and the fans, they're so loyal.
Bollywood Actor Salman Khan said in his interview just before few days ago that, “I don`t do good films. I do hit films. I work in films that make money, not the ones that get awards.”
“I arrive in the afternoon and shoot at my own pace. You`re used to working with other actors who reach the set on the dot at 9 am and work according to your pace.”
At 22th December 2011, The Masala! Awards which will be one-star studded affair, be held and Arjun Rampal will attend the party lending his star-power and glamour to the event at the Madinat Arena.
He got for his role as the bad guy in Shahrukh Khan Bollywood Latest Hit Movie ‘Ra.One’, is sure up the sizzle quotient on the awards night with his presence and charm.
In fact, the Masala! Awards 2011 .
Actress Malaika Arora Khan will shimmy to her signature dances on stage.
So expect more of ‘Munni Badnaam’ and ‘Chaiyya Chaiyya’.
Playback Singer with golden voice named Sunidhi Chauhan will also regale audiences with some of her biggest hits.
This evening will be hosted by none other than Mandira Bedi, actress, model and television presenter whose winsome charm and effervescence has won her a lot of fans.
The MC will be Dubai's very own Nitin Mirani, have the audience rolling in laughter with his unique brand of humour.
The iconic legend Bollywood Hindi Film Industry Actor Dev Anand who passed away in London this month, will be given a special tribute by the younger generation of this field at the “57 Idea Filmfare Awards” at Film City in Mumbai on January 29 next year.
The Worldwide Media Chief Executive Officer Tarun Rai said, “He was a stalwart who entertained fans for decades.We are still working on those lines, but how we will do it (homage) cannot be revealed now.”
Referring to the 2002 Aamir Khan-produced Lagaan losing to a little known Bosnian film at the Academy Awards, Ram Gopal Varma said, "From 2nd largest film industry in the world, we boast of Lagaan and then we lose out to No Man's Land from Bosnia, where I didn't even know films existed."