Actor Abhishek Bachchan has taken a dig at those who rue that awards are rigged, saying "we are bad losers".
"We in the film industry are very bad losers. If we don't win, we say it is not fair. If we win, we say the best man has won. It's as simple as that," the 35-year-old actor said at the Filmfare Awards press conference.
Abhishek has been in the industry for over a decade now and has won quite a few awards. He says even a nomination excites him.
He has so far won three Filmfare Award for best supporting actor for "Yuva", "Sarkar" and "Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna".
Sameera die-hard Salman fan
Actress Sameera Reddy says she used to have a huge crush on Salman Khan as a child and even now adores him.
"It was 'Maine Pyar Kiya' and I think I was eight years old and I thought that the world begins and ends with Salman. I think, even now there is a little crush for him," the 29-year-old said at the police function, Umang.
Though she has not been seen in too many Hindi films lately except for "Aakrosh" in 2010, the actress has been busy with southern projects.
Duggu's dance moves wows Sush
The unbelievable energy of Hrithik Roshan, fondly called Duggu, and his dance moves wows Sushmita Sen.
"I just love the way Hrithik dances because I think Hrithik has an unbelievable energy. I have known Hrithik to practice very hard and anything you practice very hard along with having a gift for it, a natural knack for it makes you amazing at it. Hrithik is a fabulous dancer," the 36-year-old said at a dance show organised by choreographer Sandip Soparkar.
The former beauty queen debuted in Bollywood with "Dastak" after winning the Miss Univere title in 1994. Sushmita has been away from the arclights for some time now and her last film was "No Problem" in 2010.