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Bollywood sizzling actress Deepika Padukone is all set to teach B-Town’s lovers to maintain distance between personal and professional issues.
Despite breaking off her relationship with her ex-beau Ranbir Kapoor, the actress has signed a film where she has to romance Ranbir.
The director Anurag Basu’s film ‘Khamoshi’ that features Priyanka Chopra will now include gorgeous [...] Continue reading Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor again fall in love

Eliot Spitzer’’s former call girl lover, Ashley Dupre, has bared all for 8 pages in May issue of Playboy.
“I had a lot of fun doing these pictures,” she said of her photoshoot. “You”re naked and you”re in front of a bunch of guys – good-looking guys, too, manly men.”
The 8-page pictorial features Dupre in her [...] Continue reading Eliot Spitzer’’s ex-call girl Ashley Dupre bares all for Playboy

NHAI plans to set 24×7 call centre

The number of accidents in India is increasing day by day due to inappropriate maintenance of highways facing which the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) now plans to provide some facilities to road users so that they can inform the concerned authority about the condition of the roads.
NHAI authority mentioned that it [...] Continue reading NHAI plans to set 24×7 call centre

Nick Jonas has called it quits with Disney teen queen Selena Gomez, it has emerged.
They reportedly called off their on and off relationship and went separate ways in March.
The reason behind the split is said to be busy work schedules as Gomez is scheduled to shoot a movie and around the same time Jonas will [...] Continue reading Nick Jonas, Selena Gomez call it quits

S17015 260x195 In This Horror Movie, the Call Comes From Inside the Theater!

What's more terrifying than a call coming from inside the house? The call coming from inside the theater. That's the thought behind Last Call, an interactive horror film in which the main character calls a random audience member for help.

Even though they knew their efforts were useless, moviegoers have long tried to help the ill-fated protagonists of horror movies. "Run!" "Hide!" "Don't go down there!" In Last Call, a new German movie, the characters are finally willing to listen.

Audience members supply their cell numbers at the beginning of the screening and, at one point in the movie, one phone is selected to receive a call from the character on screen. Voice recognition software listens for the moviegoer's commands and the story unfolds based on their instructions. From the looks of things it seems like it's a "left" or "right," "stay" or "flee" type of thing, so your exhortations for the main character to take off her clothes will likely go unfulfilled.

13th Street, the company that developed the film, bills it as the "first interactive horror movie." It'll probably end up making things goofier than spookier, I imagine, but they're right about one thing: putting the character's fate in the audience's control is a scary prospect.