DID YOU KNOW FACTS

Katrina Kaif- The most searched celebrity on the internet for 4th consecutive year in year 2012 

Kareena attended Saif and Amrita's wedding in 1991. Kareena congratulated the couple and Saif replied- "Thank you beta".

Famous for his out-of-the-box film promotion ideas, Bollywood actor Aamir Khan tried to convince search engine giant Google to replace the SEARCH button with the word ‘TALAASH’ (SEARCH) on their homepage for a short time. Unfortunately for the star, Google refused to do this as it was against their policy.

Hrithik Roshan was diagnosed at age 21 with scoliosis and told he could never be an actor, dance and do all the things a Bollywood hero needs to do.

The role Rani Mukherjee played in this movie was first offered to Twinkle Khanna, one of the then popular Bollywood actresses. After Twinkle turned it down, it was offered to Urmilla Matondkar, Raveena Tandon, Aishwarya Rai and Karisma Kapoor. 

Bollywood Star Aishwarya Rai mostly known as Ash, is called Gullu by her close friends. 

Bollywood's sexy siren Deepika Padukone appeared in Himesh Reshamiya's 'Naam Hai Tera Tera' which was a phenomenal success.

Hollywood actor Julia Roberts personally met and complemented Irrfan Khan at the Kodak theater, where the Oscars was staged, for his acting in the movie Slumdog Millionaire. The actor was completely taken aback and described later that Ms Roberts was one of the most beautiful woman he ever met.

Did you know that 'Deewar' swept all major filmfare awards in 1976, except for the lead actor for which Amitabh Bacchan was nominated. Shashi Kapoor bagged the best supporting role award though.

Sunny Leone's real name is Karen Malhotra.

The first song to be shot for Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge (DDLJ) was 'Mere Khwabon Main Jo Aaye'. Director Aditya Chopra rejected 24 verses of the song before approving of the final one. Anand Bakshi was the lyricist of the song. 

Bhanu Athaiya was the First Indian to Get an Oscar. She won the prestigious award for the Best Costume Designer for Richard Attenborough’s film Gandhi in 1982. 

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