Saturday, February 19, 2011

Trisha Krishnan: Planning for a sweeter tomorrow


Southern starTrisha Krishnan Trisha Krishnan's Bollywood launch-pad might have gone awry with the audience's ho-hum response to 'Khatta Meetha', but the lady already has another Hindi film under her belt. While in 'Khatta Meetha' her role was not the central character of the film, in her second film she will be seen in a prime role. A remake of a Tamil film, it originally starred Trisha as well. Gautham Menon will be once again directing the film and Prateik Babbar is to star opposite her. Seen on the cover of the latest edition of a men's magazine, Trisha seems intent on repeating her ascent to the top in the Hindi film industry too.

Funny Ferrera

America Ferrera, America Ferrerawho shot to fame with the television serial "Ugly Betty', has been working on her fianc' Ryan Piers' film 'The Dry Land' and she summed-up her experience with a rather strange metaphor. Comparing the film to a baby, she concluded that it was as though Piers had the pregnancy and she had been holding his hand through Lamaze! She also said that the couple has not begun planning their wedding as yet, and all that was confirmed was that there will be cake and music!

Salma's bottled-up secrets are out!

If you Salma Hayekalways wanted to look as beautiful as Salma Hayek, she's finally letting you in on her secrets. Hayek has kept her skin glowing by cleansing her system periodically through a juice detox programme. The 43-year-old star has been following this program since the last 15 years, and is now collaborating with juicer Eric Helms to create a 3-5 day detox programme. Titled Cooler Cleanse, it does away with processed foods, caffeinated products, alcohol, dairy products and sushi, and instead includes six drinks, which provide less than 1200 calories a day and also help in losing weight. Does this mean Salma's detox programme will also help us get a curvaceous bod like hers?

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