Lara Dutta and Dino Morea are inseparable
Dino Morea and Lara Dutta just can’t do without each other. So in the new year they have resolved to attend events only saath saath.. never akele akele.entertainment Updated: Jan 12, 2009 14:14 IST
Hum saath saath hain
Dino Morea and Lara Dutta just can’t do without each other. So in the new year they have resolved to attend events only saath saath.. never akele akele.
Even when they are together, they have to be within hand-shaking distance. It’s only when the cameras start clicking that they spring apart, to different corners.
One of my tweeties was at a party at Olive in Bandra on Monday night. And she tells me that if Lara went missing for even a minute, Dino was on the mobile smsing her. Ditto for her.
When it was time to leave, Lara was the first to step out. And instantly messaged Din Din to follow.. and like Lara’s little lamb he did, within seconds.
If Vyjjy ever hounds me this way, I’d send him packing, pronto. I’m nobody’s little lamb and I don’t want one either.
What have I started my sweeties? Just one item on actress (?) Geeta Basra’s hotel rendezvous with cricketer Harbhajan Singh and now I’m being flooded with info on the twosome.
Seems Bhajji hosted a party recently at an apartment in Bandra. Of course, Geeta was there.. yeh bhi koi puchhnewali baat hai?.. playing the perfect hostess to the guests, most of whom were her dosts and sahelis.
Through the evening, she stuck close to Bhajji’s side. And our spin wizard looked clean- bowled by the Basra babe. What a googly!
New good friends in town
Hmm, here comes Madhu my Mottu Maid, with my apple iced tea. Just what I need to counter the nip in the air. What I don’t need is being told how Ruslaan Mumtaz was getting very very buddy buddy with singer Shweta Pandit.
What do I care? But Mots does. She insists that the have often been spotted at parties around town. And taking a leaf out of Dino and Lara’s book, Ruslaan usually arrives first, calls up Shweta and she follows.
Oof! I just can’t seem to get away from these woolly-headed lambs. Tsk tsk.
Oi oi.. now a pal has called to tell me that Ashutosh Gowariker has gone down into the history books, yet again.
After What’s Your Raashee? he’s planning to translate Do and Die onto celluloid.
My dost who’s a bookworm says Manini Chatterjee’s saga set in the 1930s, is about the Chittagong Uprising in which a group of youngsters spark off a rebellion in Bengal following a series of raids on the British police.
Gowariker is on the lookout for financiers to fund his patriotic sapna.. but hasn’t found any takers yet. They all run away when they hear the budget he has in mind: Rs 100 crore. Iss recessionke zamana mein? But then, such is life dearies.