New Delhi, April 14 (IANS) Actress Preity Zinta has once again denied reports that she will sell her stake in the Indian Premier League team Kings XI Punjab and that Videocon is planning to buy it.
'How many times d (the) news has 2 be WRONG about our stake sale! First Hero Honda & now Videocon! Speaks a lot for d (the) quality of news in d (the) country,' she wrote on her microblogging site Twitter.
After Kings XI Punjab's poor show in the IPL third season, rumour doing the rounds that the four owners - Bombay Dyeing managing director Ness Wadia, actress Preity Zinta, Mohit Burman from Dabur India and Karan Paul from Apeejay Group - are planning to sell their stakes.
Johar turns to Twitter to pick 'Stepmom' remake title
Twitter seems to have become a domain for filmmakers to choose the title of their films. After Parvin Dabbas, Karan Johar has dcided to take help from his Twitter fans to finalise an apt name for his upcoming film, a remake of Hollywood movie 'Stepmom'.
'Hey...our shortlist for 'STEPMOM' title options...which one do you like...'LOVE YOU MAA'...'WE ARE FAMILY'...'HAMESHA and FOREVER'...and 'GHAR'...,' Johar wrote on his Twitter page.
'Stepmom' is a heartwarming tale of two women - divorced Susan Sarandon and the new woman (Julia Roberts) in her ex-husband's life - and the problems they face to find a common ground of understanding.
The Hindi remake stars Kareena Kapoor, Kajol and Arjun Rampal in the lead and it is being directed by Siddharth Malhotra.