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After Riya Sen and Shriya Saran, Indian bowler Sreesanth has been painting the town red with Shazahn Padamsee
Vickey Lalwani (MUMBAI MIRROR; April 25, 2011)
Indian bowler who loves to dance in award functions, Sreesanth has recently been spotted getting a bit too close to Sharon Prabhakar and Alyque Padamsee’s daughter Shazahn.
The girl who made her big Bollywood debut in YRF’s Rocket Singh was seen painting the town red with the young cricketer.
On Friday, April 22, an eyewitness tipped off Mumbai Mirror, “Shazahn and Sreesanth have gone for a drive in South Mumbai. They are sitting pretty close.”
One must note that Sreesath who last played for Kochi against the Mumbai Indians at Wankhede, this IPL on April 15 has fallen in love with the city since then. He has been spotted in Mumbai on and off since the last match.
Shazahn too, has smartly kept away from the ongoing matches. Though the girl did meet up with her new friend afterwards. When contacted, the actress did not even deny it. She confirmed that the two had been driving around the city after the matches.
But when asked whether there was anything romantic, the girl promptly replied, “Oh, Sreesanth and I are just good friends. I am busy with my career. I am very much single. Can I call you back?”
Call back she did. And we asked her whether she found Sreesanth handsome. “Well, I can’t comment on that,” she quipped and quickly added, “He is sweet.”Shazahn and Sreesanth were caught getting More >
Star child, Shazahn Padamsee, who was previously in a relationship with TV bad boy Aakashdeep Saigal, has found a new love.
The boy they say is Dhruv Bhandari, who made his debut in Madhur Bhandarkar’s Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji, a film that also stars Shazahn.
It turns that Shazahn and Dhruv were not just learning salsa on the sets of the film, something they were required to do as part of their role in the film. They were also struck by Cupid’s arrow.
A source from the unit revealed, “Shazahn and Dhruv met on the sets of Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji, where they use to rehearse their lines together.
They also had to learn to salsa for the film. It was then that both of them got close and started spending more time with each other.”
The source goes on to add, “The bonding got stronger and they started dating each other. Only their close friends are aware of their relationship.
They have often been spotted dinning at suburban cafés.”
Shazahn did not respond to our calls or SMS-es. Dhruv though told us, “We were working together in a movie and that is how we got to know each other.
We had to learn to salsa and now we have become good friends.” Shazahn said, “I barely know Dhruv. We worked for a few days for the film.
Presently, I have no time for love.” Seems like newbies are learning the tricks of the trade (i.e. denials) pretty quickly.
Filmmakers usually dabble in one particular genre of cinema in which they are comfortable. Some of them try to experiment in other genres too. While few are successfully able to do the switch, the rest miserably fail. For instance, Raj Kumar Santoshi came up with hard hitting classics like Damini, Ghayal, Khakee, Halla Bol but in between also entertained audiences with capers like Andaz Apna Apna and Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani. In the yesteryears, Ramesh Sippy, Yash Chopra and many others successfully made films, each have a different feel, mood and genre. Now Madhur Bhandarkar attempts something similar. Known for his realistic films, the maverick director changes tracks and has come up with a romcom, Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji! The good news is that Bhandarkar doesn’t badly falter as the film is a smooth ride. However, at the same time, there are some points in the film that clearly prove his incompetence as a director of such kind of a film. But overall, it’s worth giving a watch!
The story of the movie: 38-year-old Naren (Ajay Devgn) is all set to get divorced from his wife (Rituparna Sengupta). To get over the loneliness, he accommodates 2 paying guests in his house-Milind Kelkar (Omi Vaidya) and Abhay (Emraan Hashmi). At this point, Naren falls for 21 year old June Pinto (Shazahn Padamsee), who works as an intern at Naren’s office. June is cute, vibrant and bubbly and Naren cant stop getting attracted to her. Milind, a budding poet and employee at a More >