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Starting Tuesday, Hrithik, Arjun and their families will be on a 15-day holiday
Mehul S Thakkar (MUMBAI MIRROR; June 25, 2012)
The Rampals may be out of favour with a certain Khan. But by the looks of it, they still have enough friends in the industry. At least those they can vacation with. A source from a travel agency revealed that Arjun along with wife Mehr and daughters Mahikaa and Myra will leave for a 15-day trip to Bali on Tuesday. Joining them at the beautiful beach destination will be close friends – the Roshans.
Sources close to the actors revealed that Sussanne had in fact planned the trip. “Hrithik had been very busy with his Krrish 3 schedule. He wanted to take a break with his sons Hrehaan and Hridaan. Sussanne decided to include the Rampals as well since their children go to the same school and are close friends,” said the source.
Arjun too had been busy shooting for Prakash Jha’s Chakravyuh in Bhopal. He had taken a few days off to attend an event during the Cannes film festival. “Both the Roshans and the Rampals are looking forward to this vacation. They want to just relax and spend some time with their families. The last few months have only been about work for both the actors,” added the source.
Surely, this is turning out to be Bollywood’s favourite holiday season. While the Bachchans are busy bonding with their Beti B in London, the Roshans and the Rampals are the latest addition to the list.
Arjun Rampal talks about how becoming a father has turned him from a macho man to an emotional one
Upala KBR (BOMBAY TIMES; June 17, 2012)
On Father’s Day today, Arjun Rampal tells BT why it’s such a joy being a father to his two daughters, Mahika (10) and Myra (7).
“Father’s Day is special because it’s a reminder that you are a dad. Ever since I became a parent, my entire way of looking at my own parents changed a lot. Fatherhood has taught me about unconditional love. My parents too must have loved me as unconditionally as I love my little ones. We get caught up in our lives and careers so much that we lose sight of how our parents were towards us. Any day which is about parents — be it Father’s Day or Mother’s Day — should truly be celebrated! I don’t just want to celebrate my parents, but also want to celebrate being a father to two beautiful daughters.
When Mahika was born, I can’t even begin to describe how I felt! I was overwhelmed and very emotional. All that macho-ness went for a toss. Tears started flowing out of sheer joy. When Myra was born, I was like, ‘OMG! She looks like Angelina Jolie with her pink lips!’ I know many dads change their babies’ nappies, but I stuck to my macho image and left it to my wife Mehr. When you see them grow up so fast, go through their baby photographs and remember those moments, you really value time. I don’t understand why people differentiate between sons and daughters. All children are equally special, regardless of their More >