Vidya Balan recently did a small act at the Screen Awards with Shah Rukh Khan where she addressed the superstar as 'brother'. However, she says calling SRK brother saddened her.
"I did not find that act interesting. I felt very sad that I called him my brother. The world can call Shah Rukh their brother, but I will never call him my brother," the 33-year-old said at the DVD launch here of her movie "The Dirty Picture".
After taking away all the awards for her performance in "The Dirty Picture", Vidya is currently busy promoting her next film "Kahaani".
Public appreciation my award: Sanjay Dutt
Sanjay Dutt, who is garnering a lot of praise for his role as Kancha Cheena in "Agneepath", says the best award for him is the viewers' appreciation.
"(For me) The award is the public, the award is the people who have made this film 'Agneepath' a big hit," the 52-year-old actor said at an event here.
Post-Agneepath, Sanjay is working on "Race 2", "Son of Sardar", "Zilla Ghaziabad" and "Department".
Katrina has overpowered other actresses: Shakti Kapoor
Katrina Kaif is being showered with praise for her "Chikni Chameli" item number in "Agneepath" and Shakti Kapoor says it is her hard work that has helped her reach this position in the industry.
"To come to this situation of power as an actor requires hard work and the same goes for Katrina. Look at her, a girl coming from London and she has overpowered all the other heroines in the country. It's only her hard work and I wish her all the best," Shakti said here at an event.
Shakti, 59, was recently seen in "Bigg Boss 5" and his last film was "Bin Bulaye Baraati".