New Delhi, Oct 12 - Following her relocation to Mumbai, Bollywood's "Dhak-Dhak" girl Madhuri Dixit is seeking suggestions for the best schools in Mumbai for her kids.
The 44-year-old had shifted to the US after tying the knot with Denver-based cardiovascular surgeon Shriram Madhav Nene in 1999.
"Back in Mumbai! At Taj on Fri for Emeralds for Elephants. Busy settling in. Boys still jet lagging. What is the best school in Mumbai," Madhuri posted on Twitter.
Madhuri had made her acting comeback with the 2007 film "Aaja Nachle" and is currently flooded with offers.
Bipasha wraps up 'Jodi Breakers'
Bipasha Basu, who was in Greece for "Jodi Breakers", has wrapped up the film shoot and says she would miss her cast and crew.
"Greece schedule for my movie 'Jodi Breakers' got successfully wrapped up! I had a fabulous time shooting there. Now it's time to holiday in Santorini! I will surely miss the movie crew and my co-star Madhavan," Bipasha wrote on her Facebook page.
-*- Ram Kapoor, Sakshi Tanwar on 'KBC'
TV actors Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar, who are currently playing the lead in Sony's "Bade Acche Lagte Hain", will be seen as guests on game show "Kaun Banega Crorepati".
Interestingly, the host of the show, Amitabh Bachchan, is a fan of the daily soap.
"I had spoken about my experience on the TV about the serial I saw and the artists of which I admired. The serial was 'Bade Achche Lagte Hai' and the artists were Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar. Original, relaxed meaningful and competent," Big B posted on his bigb. bigadda. com.
"They were down on the set of KBC and playing for a charity that was going to help the poor with cancer, and to be able to build a centre for paraplegics.
"Such warmth and such a delight to be in their company. Natural, relaxed and without a glimmer of their star status, they seemed to have impressed all in their assessment of me," he added. (IANS)
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