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Aamir’s next movie film name finalized


Aamir Khan who working in Reema Kagti’s Film has finaaly final his film name as “Talaash“.

This film is suspense thriller which may been a first movie release after IPL this Year(June 2012).

In this Film stars Kareena Kapoor and Rani Mukerji as the leading ladies with Aamir Khan.  Till tommorow film name was not Final .

Finally found a suitable title for his under-production film, which is being directed by Reema Kagti and stars Kareena Kapoor and Rani Mukerji as the leading ladies.

The suspense thriller, which is being co-produced by Aamir along with actor-producer-director Farhan Akhtar and his business partner of a decade, Ritesh Sidhwani, is now officially called Talaash.

Aamir Seens with Rani Mukhrji After long Time And with Karrena Kapoor  ‘3 Idoits’.

Kareena Kapoor and Bad words



It seems slang and foul language suits well Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor. Filmmakers, audiences love watching Kareena mouthing some cuss words.

It all started with her award winning film CHAMELI, where she played a prostitute with bindass attitude and used some swear & cheeky words. However it was in the film JAB WE MET when she uttered ‘Tere Maa Ki …’ while abusing her beau, audiences went berserk watching her. Followed with the film GOLMAAL 3.

And now in her upcoming film RA.ONE Kareena would be once again seen hurling abuses. However, this time around on none other than Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan. In the recently released promo of RA.ONE we can see Kareena frenziedly raining gaalis on Shahrukh, who plays her husband in the film. Bebo is heard yelling, ‘Tere baap ki… Tere tau ka poda…’ She plays a bindaas Punjabi girl who doesn’t worry about her lingo or what she is saying. However, her cute kid does remind her of the foul language every now and then.

Surprisingly whenever Kareena mouthed bad words it did wonders for the film and became a huge hit. Hope her abusive language do the same magic for RA.ONE too.

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