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"'Hawaa Hawaai' news blown out of proportion: Amit Sadh (Movie Snippets)"
Actor Amit Sadh wonders why the news about his exit from Amole Gupte's "Hawaa Hawaai" has been blown out of proportion. He says he didn't walk out of the movie due to monetary issues.
   
"Sonam a very simple girl in real life: Ayushmann Khurrana"
VJ-turned-actor Ayushmann Khurrana, who will be seen sharing screen space with Sonam Kapoor in Yash Raj Films next, says that the actress is a very simple girl in real life.
   
"Kunal Roy Kapoor wants to direct Ayushmann"
Kunal Roy Kapoor is so impressed with his Nautanki Saala co-actor Ayushmann Khurrana that one day he would like to direct him. "Most definitely!" said Kunal on his plans to direct the
   
"Neck and neck fight between 'Nautanki Saala!', 'Commando'"
"Nautanki Saala!" and "Commando" are giving a tough fight to each other at the box office with Rs.7.5 crore and Rs.7.08 crore earnings respectively in first two days of their releases.
   
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