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Hollywood Actress Hunter criticises Hatcher for weight loss.

Los Angeles, Aug 28. Older women who try to lose weight apparently have to choose between their face or bottom In an interesting comment on weight loss , the supermodel Rachel Hunter has criticized "Desperate Housewives" // actress Terri Hatcher on her recent weight loss. .. ..Hunter said that Hatcher's face looked older as a result of her dangerously slim body. ..Hunter, who was once married to...

Munnabhai MBBS to be remade in Hollywood

London. Bollywood has a fine tradition of remaking Hollywood hits, but the tables are turned now and an Indian comedy, Munnabhai MBBS, is set to be remade in the United States//. ....Munnabhai, MBBS, starring Sanjay Dutt, a flick about a gangster who pretends to be a doctor whenever his parents turn up, will be shot as Gangster MD. It will be directed by Mira Nair, best known for Monsoon Wedding...

Actress Says She Is Too Short To Make It Big In Hollywood

Christina Ricci, Hollywood actress, is certain that she would never make it big in Hollywood as she feels she is too short.// ....According to imdb.com, Ricci is afraid that she being short impedes her. She says: I don't think that's ever going to happen for me. I'm five-one first thing in the morning and I tend to look really small on camera. ....'I can probably go as far as Holly Hunter went,...

Karnataka CM Gets Praise from Hollywood Superstar

Little did Karnataka Chief Minister H. D. Kumaraswamy - promising to stay at the house of a HIV positive person for one night - but it has lead to the sudden & surprising visit of Hollywood superstar Richard Gere. // ..Mr. Gere said he was on his way to the Tibetan settlement of Byalakuppe when he chanced upon an article stating the Chief Minister's desire to spend a night in the home of a HIV p...
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