Jennifer Lopez visiting India to perform live in Mumbai on April 23
New Delhi, Apr 7 (UNI) The increasing number of "Hollywood crazy" Indians never had it so good.
After having a tryst with Jackie Chan in February and with Will Smith at the Filmfare awards last month, lovers of Western cinema will later this month have an opportunity to meet Jennifer Lopez.
For, the Hollywood diva will later this month visit India.
Jennifer, who is currently on a World tour to promote her album 'Rebirth' (Sony BMG), will also visit India and West Asia during her promotional tour, sources in the Bollywood Trade say. During her visit to India, Jennifer will be performing live in Mumbai on April 23. Trade sources say she may also travel to several places across India to visit some important locations. The visit of Jennifer Lopez to India, following close on the heels of that of Jackie Chan to promote his film 'The Myth' and Will Smith to scout talent for his new film, is the latest indication of the fact that Hollywood is looking at India in a big way, whether in term of a lucrative market for its films or for talent in acting and technical fields.
X X X Heap of accolades for Anil Kapoor at International level New Delhi, Apr 7 (UNI) His has been a largely unsung journey, from a humble middle class background to being one of the topmost stars on the Bollywood skyway. Notwithstanding his memorable performances over the years in 'Woh Saat Din', 'Eeshwar', 'Mr India', 'Tezaab', 'Ram Lakhan', 'Taal', Calcutta Mail', 'Musafir' and 'Chocolate', media limelight has always eluded Bollywood star Anil Kapoor.
Infact, despite being among the top rung of stars all through the 80s and the 90s, the period when an "Amitabh Bachchan wave" swept through Bollywood, Anil Kapoor has always preferred to maintain a low profile, instead letting his work do all the speaking. The recent weeks have, however, seen this "media shy" actor suddenly catapulted into International limelight. The actor was last month appointed as a global ambassador for South Africa.
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