Several Bollywood biggies have been involved in brawls but Akshay Kumar has managed to stay away from such controversies and says he doesn't believe in violence.
At a recent event in the capital, Akshay's "Housefull 2" co-star Zarine Khan asked him how he managed to keep away from fights.
He said: "I don't think violence is the answer. I don't believe in violence. I believe in pyaar and mohabbat."
Akshay is currently busy with the promotion of his forthcoming comedy "Housefull 2", releasing April 5. He will then gear up to return to his action avatar with "Rowdy Rathore".
I'd love to do a Tamil film: Raghavan
Bollywood filmmaker Sriram Raghavan says he would love to return to his roots and do a Tamil film.
"I would love to do a Tamil film because I am a Tamilian. But I have lived in Maharashtra," Raghavan, in news for his latest film "Agent Vinod", told IANS.
"My brother (Sridhar Raghavan) is doing a lot of work in south. I am slowly trying to get the hang. I know the language, but I have not stayed there for a while," he added.
Raghavan, known for directing Hindi films like "Ek Hasina Thi" and "Johnny Gaddar", also wants to make a Marathi movie.
Songs from big films get noticed: Shaan
Shaan says he sings regularly for films but rues that only songs that are part of big budget films get noticed.
"I am very eager to sing for everyone...but then the filmmakers have got to call me. I have been singing quite a few good songs, and hopefully they will release soon," Shaan told IANS.
"It's only big film songs people really notice these days. Otherwise every Friday with a film release, there are new songs. So songs do come in, but unless it's a mega-budget film, people hardly notice," he added.
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