Mumbai, Jan 16: As a part of promoting of his upcoming film "Jai Ho", Salman Khan has joined hands with online music platform Hungama for a "Hungama-Jai Ho Friends-of-Friends" music app.
"'Jai Ho' is about uniting Indians against social injustice... It allows friends and communities across the globe to connect with each other through their love for music and I'm looking forward to the response to the initiative," Salman said in a statement.
The campaign aims to bring people, who share common passion, together.
To avail the facility, music lovers can give a missed call to 09223138888 or SMS Hungama to 54646 to receive a link to the campaign.
One needs to take the chain forward by sharing it with three more friends to build the 'Friends-of-Friends' chain.
Manish entertains B-town
It was laughter galore at the Filmfare's nomination party, thanks to anchor-actor Manish Paul, who tickled the celebrities' funny bone with his wit and humour.
From having filmmaker Karan Johar sign a 'nahane wala lota' (bathing mug) to flirting with Madhuri Dixit in front of her husband (Sriram Nene), Manish was seen not only enjoying himself, but also ensured that invitees too has a good time, said a statement.
His antics had the celebs in stitches.
Manish, who has anchored shows like "Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa" and "India's Got Talent", made his big screen debut with "Mickey Virus".
Hasleen looks million bucks, thanks to Pilates training
Do you admire Hasleen Kaur's look in "Karle Pyaar Karle"? The former beauty queen says the secret is Pilates and altitude training.
The model-actress was trained under Pilates instructor Namrata Purohit.
"Everyone's admiring my look in my debut film 'Karle Pyaar Karle', and that's all because of my core strength and agility that Pilates and altitude training has given me," Hasleen said in a statement.
The training taught her how to exercise the right muscles.
She said that at Namrata's studio she learnt that "it's not necessary to burn yourself by lifting unnecessary heavy weights or doing crazy amount of cardio, it's just about exercising those muscles in the right amount with correct posture."
Directed by Rajesh Pandey, the love story will also mark the acting debut of Shiv Darshan.