New Delhi, Oct 2 (IANS) Bollywood actor-producer Aamir Khan says he is yearning to watch southern superstar Rajnikanth-starrer 'Robot'.
'I am most keen to see 'Robot'. Rajni sir rocks!' Aamir posted on social networking site Facebook.
The movie, which is called 'Endhiran' in Tamil, also features Aishwarya Rai. Apparently made at a budget of Rs.175 crore ($38 million), it is being lapped up by audiences across India.
Actors who have seen the movie are all praise for it, but have pointed to its inordinate length.
Riteish Deshmukh posted on Twitter: 'Superstar Rajni! He is a phenomenon. Action in 'Robot' is just what you want to watch as a Rajni fan. Go watch it now - a bit long but worth it.'
Actor Tusshar Kapoor opined: '...quite a fun film but a bit long. Rajni looks young and energetic even at this age. No wonder he's such a superstar.'
Actress Sameera Reddy went gaga over the 60-year-old actor. 'As the No.1 Rajnikanth fan, I am so proud that he has kicked ass at the box office! So proud of you Rajni sir! You are the best!' she tweeted.
Rahul Bose to attend CWG opening ceremony
Indian actor and former rugby player Rahul Bose says he will attend the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi Sunday.
'Have been invited to the opening ceremony of the CWG. Shall be there! Accountability, hard question, public scrutiny after! For now, it's game on!,' he posted on Twitter.
The actor, who was a part of the first Indian national rugby team and played for the country at the Asian Rugby Football Union Championship in 1998, is keen on catching up on the Rugby Sevens matches at the CWG.
Coloured lenses, hair 'tacky': Sonam Kapoor
Actress Sonam Kapoor, who is a style icon for the youth, feels wearing coloured lenses and sporting coloured hair is the worst thing girls can do to themselves.
'I don't understand the concept of coloured lenses and bleached blonde hair. It looks so tacky. Why oh why do girls do it to themselves,' Sonam posted on her Twitter page.
No wonder she has long black hair, unlike others in the film industry who keep experimenting.