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Salman khan to put-on 10 kg for wrestle role in ‘Sultan’

WEB DESK: Fitness-conscious super star, Salman Khan to gain 10 kg for a wrestle role in the movie ‘Sultan’.Amir Khan was also rumored to be working on his fitness for his upcoming movie ‘Dangal’. The other khan also followed suit for his new movie.According to an Indian daily, Bajrangi bhaijaan star will not be fat but he will add more muscular weight.He said that ‘Sultan’ is a stressful movie and it will require him to do difficult scenes for which a strong body is a requirement.

Godzilla gets residency in Tokyo

TOKYO Fictional city-wrecking monster Godzilla has been granted special residency in Tokyo s Shinjuku ward, as a newly-installed model of the lizard s huge head proves a pull to visitors.Marking "the emergence of the 12-metre (40-feet) high Godzilla head on a terrace on the eighth floor of Shinjuku Toho Building... we issued a special certificate of residence to Godzilla," a Shinjuku official told AFP Wednesday.The 30-floor commercial complex has a hotel, cinemas, shops and restaurants, and the newly-installed beast s head is visible to passers-by on the street below.Afficionados can book a night in hotel rooms

Irrfan Khan urges Hollywood to adopt Hindi film industry's culture

MUMBAI  Indian movie star Irrfan Khan, lauded for his roles in "The Lunchbox" and "Life of Pi", has urged Hollywood directors to adopt Bollywood s love of flamboyant song-and-dance routines.The ubiquitous actor, whose credits also include "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "The Darjeeling Limited", told AFP that US blockbusters would benefit from a injection of musical hoopla, Indian style.Khan, 48, is one of Bollywood s most internationally-recognised exports, carving a stellar career

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