Sunday, June 5, 2011

Anything for Imran

Aamir Khan launched his nephew Imran in the hugely successful Jaane Tu...Ya Jaane Na. His fondness for his favourite bhanja has been pretty evident since then.

Looks like, the demanding producer is now leaving no stone unturned for the success of his latest venture starring Imran. So much so, that he has made his wife Kiran Rao cut short her trip with her parents in France.

Aamir had planned a success party for their yet unreleased film Delhi Belly. That's a first for sure. However, to celebrate the success of the song DK bose, in a unique marketing venture, the producer thought of throwing a party.

Unfortunately for him, the shoot for Reema Kagti's untitled film had to happen at the same time in Pondicherry. But trust Aamir to make sure everything works smoothly. The actor has called his wife, Kiran Rao back from France where she had been holidaying with her parents to play host for the do.

Our source revealed, "Aamir is aggressively promoting his film Delhi Belly. He came up with this unique idea of having a success party for the song. This is a first in Bollywood. The party is scheduled for Friday.

However, since he is going to be in Pondicherry shooting for Reema Kagti's film, he wanted his wife Kiran Rao to be around to host the party along with UTV. But Kiran was in Europe with her parents. She was supposed to come back next week.

When he called her and asked her to be here for the party, she had no option but to cut her holiday short and return. Aamir himself might just attend the party too for some time."

The source further added, "Bhaag DK Bose, the irreverent number from Delhi Belly is a huge hit with the youth. Aamir wants to cash in on that and promote the film and that's why he came up with this unique idea. Ram Sampat who has composed and sung the song in a grunge rock style, which is again very unique to what we have seen in the recent years in Bollywood, will be seen singing live at the party."

When contacted Aamir Khan confirmed and said, "It is a unique celebration; we are used to celebrating films but not songs. So for the first success party of DK Bose, I wanted one of us to be there for sure. Since my schedule is erratic, I requested Kiran to attend."

Now that's what we call hands-on production. And that, mind you, is a family trait with this particular Khan, it seems.

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