Madhuri Dixit's Husband Shriram Nene, Sons Arin and Ryan With Her Parents Shankar & Snehlata Dixit on JDJ Sets

Madhuri had her family as part of the audience on the sets of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, the dance reality show that she hosts at Filmistan Studios yesterday. Madhuri Dixit's Hubby Dr Shriram Nene and her sons Arin and Ryan are in Mumbai to celebrate the New Year with the actress. Madhuri's parents Shankar and Snehlata Dixit were also present. This episode of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa will be telecast on Monday, Jan 3rd 2011, 9 PM IST on Sony TV.

Madhuri Dixit's Husband Dr Shriram Nene and her Sons Arin and Ryan

Madhuri Dixit's Parents Shankar and Snehlata Dixit

Madhuri Dixit as Host of Jhalak Dikla Jaa

Madhuri Dixit's Husband Dr Shriram Nene and her children Arin and Ryan With Madhuri's Parents Shankar and Snehlata Dixit

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Anu Malik With His Two Daughters Anmol and Ada at Mahalaxmi Racecourse To View The Mid Day Trophy Race.

THE X'mas cheer was palpable on the tracks of Mahalaxmi racecourse on Sunday (26th dec 2010) as celebrities gathered for a ringside view of the prestigious MiD DAY Trophy Race. Anu Malik gets his sunshine along —his two daughters.

Anu Malik With His 2 Daughters Anmol and Ada Malik

Hrithik Roshan With Poonam Dhillon's Son Anmol Dhillon

Poonam Dhillon's son, Anmol recently met his idol Hrithik Roshan. He aspires to be a dancing sensation and an actor.

Hrithik Roshan with Anmol Dhillon, Poonam Dhillon's Son

Says a source, "Poonam doesn't take her son to too many filmi events but last week when Anmol heard Hrithik was coming to one, he accompanied his mother to this event.

When Hrithik entered, he spoke to the mother-son duo warmly and even later posed for pictures with the boy."

The source adds, "What was cute was that Anmol brought his own camera along and asked his mother to take pictures while he posed. Hrithik took time out for Anmol and clicked pictures with him."

Poonam confirms, "This is the first time that Anmol met Hrithik. That's why I took him along. He loves Ranbir Kapoor and Shahid Kapur too.

My son wants to be an actor and seems to be showing a passion for films. I have told him to complete his studies.

He's currently studying business and marketing in the USA and wants to do an acting course in the UK next year.

His dad (film producer Ashok Thakeria) and I have told him we will support him as Anmol is a great dancer and is talented."

Amala Paul

Amala Paul (also credited as Anaka) is a Malayali Indian model and film actress, who mainly works in theTamil film industry. She rose to fame with the 2010 film Mynaa, after receiving critical acclaim for her work inSindhu Samaveli.

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Vinod Khanna's Son Sakshi Khanna With Jaya Bachchan at the Roshan Taneja School Of Acting

SAKSHI KHANNA, Son of Vinod Khanna with JAYA BACHCHAN and ROSHAN TANEJA at the convocation ceremony at the Roshan Taneja School Of Acting.

Sakshi Khanna is Vinod Khanna's son from his second wife, Kavita. Vinod Khanna has 4 children - Rahul Khanna and Akshaye Khanna from his first marriage to Geetanjali and Sakshi and a daughter Shraddha from his second marriage to Kavita.

Vinod Khanna's Son Sakshi Khanna With Jaya Bachchan and Roshan Taneja

Vinod Khanna married Geetanjali in 1971, and has two sons with her, Rahul Khanna and Akshaye Khanna. In 1975, Khanna became a disciple of Osho (Acharya Rajneesh). In the early 1980s, he moved to Rajneeshpuram, Osho's commune in the United States, for four years, cleaning dishes and working as Osho's gardener. His absence from his family, who remained behind in India, caused friction between the couple, and the marriage ended in divorce.

In 1990, he married his second wife, Kavita. They have a son, Sakshi and a daughter Shraddha.

Naseeruddin Shah’s Son Vivaan Shah Debuts Opposite Priyanka Chopra in Saat Khoon Maaf

Naseeruddin Shah’s youngest son Vivaan is set to make his Bollywood debut opposite Priyanka Chopra. He is playing one of her seven husbands in Saat Khoon Maaf. The Vishal Bhardwaj film, an unusual drama of passion and polyandry, also stars his father. Naseeruddin Shah plays Priyanka’s oldest husband while 20-year-old Vivaan plays the youngest.

Vivaan Shah with Vishal Bhardwaj and Wife Rekha Bhardwaj

Naseeruddin Shah’s Son Vivaan Shah

Vivaan Naseeruddin Shah To Debut opposite Priyanka Chopra in 7 Khoon Maaf

Vivaan was chosen by Vishal after he happened to see the boy and found him just right for the role. Vivaan had no plans of a career in acting at this stage and age. Though casting both father and son as Priyanka’s husbands does appear rather audacious, Vishal seems convinced about it.

Said Naseer’s elder son Imaad, “Yes, my younger brother Vivaan is doing Vishal Bhardwaj’s film along with my father, but I don’t know what role he’s playing.” Though everyone associated with the film is tight-lipped about this casting coup, another source has confirmed that Naseer and his younger son Vivaan are indeed playing Priyanka Chopra’s husbands.

The final list of Priyanka’s husbands in Saat Khoon Maaf (or 7 Khoon Maaf) is: Naseeruddin Shah, Irrfan Khan, John Abraham, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Anu Kapoor, an undisclosed Russian actor and Vivaan Shah.

...O Hai

Lest you imagine my absence has been a matter of rest:

ITEM!  On October 16th Wife Megan and I performed aerial silks at a Halloween-themed circus show at Streb S.L.A.M.  It was my debut on the aerial silks and - now that I think of it - my return to circus performance after an absence of some years.  More on this in its own post (promise [promise]), but suffice it to say that I survived and learned a lot in the process.  And: enjoyed it!

ITEM!  On October 17th I performed in a staged reading of Margo Hammond's The New Me, playing a private detective, which is one of my favorite things in the whole world.  (Good role to love, too, since a fella' can play that general type through many different stages of his life.)  It went well I thought, and I really enjoyed exploring the guy's subtle self-interests in the midst of performing his job.

ITEM!  On October 29th I and my better 50% traveled to Chicago.  It was my first time there since 2001 when I toured through it with the partial-German-language farce I starred in (not bragging; educational theatre).  It was a great trip that really inspired me in unexpected ways, not the least of which was attending the late show at The Second City and being reminded of the value of sketch comedy in constructing commedia dell'arte.

ITEM!  November 1st brought me to only my second participation in a meeting of The Pack.  At said meeting I had a scene from Hereafter read, and received feedback on it.  It was very interesting, and ultimately encouraging for continuing work on the script.  Seems like the answer to making it cohesive may be in streamlining the number of ideas represented in it.

ITEM!  On November 8th there was a developmental reading for a small, private audience, of James B. Nicola's Closure.  In it I read several male characters, and it tested my mastery of dialects, and found it as lacking as it always has been.  Some are naturals at accents, but I need to work at it to achieve consistency, and switching rapidly (occasionally having whole scenes with myself) between them was dizzying.  It was fun to try, though, and good to notice that as the script went along, I got better.

ITEM!  On November 13th I participated in a table reading of The Widow Ranter, adapted by Adrienne Thompson and directed by the acclaimed Karen Carpenter (no, not that one).  In it I played the boisterous, large old Colonel Ranter, eschewing type left right and center amidst a table of over a dozen actors.  Interesting to see all the energy and dynamic shifts with that many friends and strangers with a performance bent in one place.

ITEM!  For the first time with the revised cast, on November 21st The Puppeteers held a developmental meeting in Scranton.  It went well, and rapidly, and of course a great deal of time and work on my part has gone into the show's development 'blog.  It's an amazing - and very much ongoing - process, creating an original comedy from scratch.  We've had two more developmental meetings since, and begin the rehearsal process in earnest on December 27th.

ITEM!  I finally participated in NaNoWriMo!  And I failed!  Well, inasmuch as I didn't fulfill the word goal of 50,000 by deadline.  I did, however, get a great deal of writing done on an actual novel, no matter how questionable its worth.  It was very much fun and very much difficult, as my update-only post for November attests.

ITEM!  For the first time since I was 23 (by which I mean last year, amirite?) I performed in a musical on December 2nd.  Sharon Fogarty's one-act comic musical, Speaking to the Dead, had me playing a game-show host who falls for his ghost-whispering costar in many more ways than one.  Actually, initially I wasn't to sing, but at one rehearsal I gave a line a sing-songy quality and BAM: a few lines of song for yours truly.  It truly was a hoot.  And such a pleasure to finally work with Ms. Fogarty after many near-misses at Manhattan Theatre Source.

So, you know: That.  It's been a busy two months, and likely to be nothing but busy through the holidays and on into January.  The Puppeteers opens January 19th, and that weekend is the only one in which I'll be guaranteed to be in town watching it.  If you have the means and desire to make your way to wintery Scranton, I commend you and recommend it --  it's going to be A LOT of fun.

Merriest and happiest, one and all.
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