Mumbai, Nov 20 (IANS) Bollywood actor Arjun Rampal is mulling over opening up his members−only club Lap in the capital for non−members at least once a week.
"Contemplating opening entrance to Lap for non−members on Friday nights from 10 p.m. till 12 p.m. What say guys? Big decision. Yay or Nay," Arjun tweeted Tuesday.
"...my personal feeling is since we are established, I just would want more people to experience it," he wrote.
The luxury club, located in Hotel Samrat in the capital, was shut for renovation for four months before it was reopened in September. It hosted the official after−parties of the second Formula One Indian Grand Prix, which took place in October.
Shahid's latest music gizmo
Music lover Shahid Kapoor is excited about his new possession − new Jawbone JAMBOX wireless speakers.
"Got myself the new Jawbone JAMBOX. Quite love it. Definitely recommended for all those who need music around all the time," tweetd Shahid.
The actor especially seems to be loving its compact size, as he posted: "It is small."
Aamir leaves TV crew impressed
Aamir Khan's dedication and professionalism has left officials at channel Sony very impressed.
He gave the channel ample time for the shooting of two special episodes of "C.I.D." to promote his forthcoming movie "Talaash", releasing Nov 30.
"Film stars usually don't give beyond three to six hours for any film integration... Aamir Khan has given us over three full days for 'C.I.D.' and 'Talaash'," Sneha Rajani, senior executive vice president and business head, Sony, shared on Twitter.
"C.I.D." is one of the longest running TV shows in India, and its theme is in tune with the film's basic plot. Both are thrillers.