18 September 2014

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British celebrities pick sides in Scottish referendum

LONDON  Scotland s independence debate has gripped the world of show business, pitting heavyweights such as Paul McCartney and Sean Connery on opposite sides, but many remain tight-lipped over fears of repercussions.On August 7, 200 celebrities signed their names to an open letter pleading the Scots to remain in the union.These included former Beatle McCartney, rocker Mick Jagger, astrophysicist Stephen Hawking and Hollywood stars such as Helena Bonham-

Vidya Balan to star in Suri’s “Hamari Adhoori Kahani”

Talented and versatile starlet Vidya Balan is excited about shooting Mohit Suri’s upcoming film “Hamari Adhuri Kahani“.She says it would be her second intense love story after her debut film “Parineeta.” The film’s shoot would commence next month.Vidya remarks, “Mohit Suri is a director whose work I have always enjoyed immensely. (Mahesh) Bhatt saab is writing the script, so it’s all come together beautifully.”Emraan Hashmi would be Vidya’s co star in the film. She said that it feels good to work with Imran and this would be their

Katie Holmes to make directorial debut with ‘All We Had’

Katie Holmes to make directorial debut with ‘All We Had’NEW YORK: Actress Katie Holmes will make her directorial debut and star in the film adaptation of artist and writer Annie Weatherwax’s book “All We Had,” its producers said on Thursday.Holmes, 35, the ex-wife of actor Tom Cruise who is appearing in “The Giver” currently in movie theaters, will play the mother in the drama about a poor woman and her daughter living on the edge of poverty who find a home in small town America.Jane Rosenthal, a co-founder of New York’s Tribeca Film Festival with actor Robert

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