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Forum - Thema: Interviews und News von Shiney Ahuja

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Thema: Interviews und News von Shiney Ahuja
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Beitrag #1 - erstellt: 21. Dezember 2006
Actor Shiney Ahuja rolls out real tears in movie

New Delhi, Dec. 9: Upcoming actor Shiney Ahuja says he never uses glycerin that helps him cry in movies' emotional scenes. He rather prefers to get the waterworks flowing by imagining himself in an emotional situation. Recently, the talented actor was seen in an emotional draining role in Mohit Suri's 'Woh Lamhe', which received a warm response at the box office. With six movies under his belt, Ahuja looks forward to do a comedy now.

Earlier, he also did advertisements for Park Avenue, Peter England, Raymonds and Cadbury to name a few. Apart from modeling, he was involved with theatre too. For Shiney, switching to movies was no difficult. As for the coming days, 'Agar', 'Metro' directed by Anurag Basu and 'Bahut Nikle Mere Armaan' with Sudhir Mishra are few of his movies in the pipeline.
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Beitrag #2 - erstellt: 22. Dezember 2006
Shiney says his marriage is not on the rocks

Call it ironical. But the story of Shiney Ahuja's extra-marital affair with his publicist Tanuja broke out on the day of his marriage anniversary.

"What a day to choose for such a link-up. My wife Anu, who's in New York, was naturally shocked when I spoke to her about it. It was very embarrassing and painful. More so, since I was being linked with a woman who's senior to me and someone I respect for her professionalism," Shiney told IANS.

He takes a deep breath.

"I feel very bad for my publicist Tanuja with whom I'm linked. I'm used to link-ups. I can handle it. She was almost in tears."

Currently, Shiney is shooting with Soha Ali Khan in Goa for Sudhir Mishra's "Khoya Khoya Chand".

"We're here in Goa for 20 days. Soha is fun to have on the sets. She is very intelligent. I guess it's her inheritance. I've inherited the capacity to love from my parents. And I've passed it all to my wife. She's the only woman in my life. Talk about link-ups has no effect on my marriage."

Shiney has full confidence in his wife.

"Anu is marketing head of a big company. She understands how these things work."

Shiney admits that long-distance marriages such as his are more prone to speculation.

"Absolutely! If she were here with me, my fidelity would never be questioned. I'm not that kind of a guy. I don't socialise. I hardly talk to people beyond my work. I'm the last person to have affairs. A producer of mine has a believable theory on these rumours. He says, 'People dig up dirt because I am here and my wife is there. That space is filled up with imaginary romance'."

Shiney's wife is likely to find more time for him.

"Anu has now quit the job and started her own business in New York, which means she'll be able to spend more time here with me. I also visit her as often as possible. In fact, I was with her in New York last month. We went on a cruise together."

Shiney has been given an ultimatum by his wife to fix up their house in Mumbai.

"I've to get our house renovation done before she comes the next time. I had given up the task because I couldn't take all the dirt and dust in the house. Now I've no choice but to wade through the difficult process."
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Beitrag #3 - erstellt: 22. Dezember 2006
Shiney Ahuja: Replacement Theory
Faridoon Shahryar, IndiaGlitz [Friday, December 22, 2006]

Shiney Ahuja is fast becoming the king of replacements. After being the replacement for Shoaib Akhtar in Anurag Basu's "Gangster" and then Emran Hashmi in Mohit Suri's "Woh Lamhe" Ahuja is all set to get into the shoes of Saif Ali Khan in Mira Nair's film on Aids as Saif didn't want to play an Aids patient.

Shiney Ahuja is an extremely talented actor but he is getting notoriously famous for being arrogant and aloof on his film sets. After differences with Mohit Suri and actress Kangana Ranaut during the making of "Woh Lamhe", recently there have been reports about Shiney throwing tantrums at an Awards function where he refused to be the first performer and instead Koina Mitra had to make the entry.

Well, so far he has been replacing others but with such kind of high handed attitude it won't be long before Shiney is replaced by others. After all the saying goes: "No one is indispensable" Right Shiney!
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Beitrag #4 - erstellt: 23. Dezember 2006
Shiney Ahuja turns Santa!

He may have played a gangster on screen, but Shiney Ahuja loves to play Santa Claus in real life. The media-shy actor recently visited an orphanage in the suburbs and he was simply overjoyed to see the happy expressions on the children's faces when they spied their favourite actor mingling with them. "If I have received recognition as a celebrity, the least I can do is give society back what it has given me," says the actor, "If I can make the little ones happy just by being with them, why should I not do it more often? You can't imagine the peace it brings me when I see the joy on their faces." Well, Shiney, keep that thought alive, we wish more actors would join the 'gang'.

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Beitrag #5 - erstellt: 26. Dezember 2006
Shiney Ahuja: Fit to be

Actor Shiney Ahuja may not have done too many bare-dare acts. After all, he is known for his intensity and talent than macho image and strength. However, the guy tries hard to maintain a high-protein diet. When we caught up with him recently, he said, “I try and avoid carbs as much as possible and prefer a higher protein intake. After all looking good and keeping fit is what our profession requires of us.” Now, here’s to a healthy career.

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Beitrag #6 - erstellt: 26. Dezember 2006
Wild Encounter
Interview im Stardust Magazin 14.12.2006

Teil 1

SHINEY AHUJA IS CURRENT HOT PROPERTY. WE HAVE THE BHATTS TO THANK FOR UNLEASHING THE GORGEOUS 'GANGSTER' ON US AFTER THE SERIAL KISSER. BAD GUYS HAVE NEVER LOOKED SO GOOD BEFORE. THE MUCH MARRIED SHINEY STILL CAN CHARM THE BOOTEES OFF A BABY IF HE CHOOSES TO. SO DO THE WOMEN STAND A CHANCE AT STAYING AWAY? HERE'S AN ASPECT OF SHINEY THAT HE'S NEVER DISCUSSED BEFORE. IT MAY NOT MANIFEST AS WILDLY AS THAT STREAK THAT HE POSSESSES REALLY. BUT THIS ONE'S STRICTLY FOR THE BOOK.

SD: Is it always necessary to have a promise of permanence in a relationship?

SA: Yeah. I think you should have the promise and then leave it to fate. Because, if genuinely there's love there, you will not need the promise. But there comes a time in most relationships when you need the promise. You need to know that you belong somewhere.

SD: How important is the physical aspect in the initial stages of a relationship, and later on in cementing it?

SA: It's important, but it's not everything. It may be initial chemistry that sets off two people in the first place, but it's the feeling that should take you to the last point, the feeling of wanting to be with each other.

SD: In India, we show a lot of inhibitions in expressing the issue of sex in relationships. Would you advocate more openness about the subject?

SA: I think I'm more conservative minded. It depends on the people involved. It's very hard to lay a judgement on whether it's right or wrong. India is the land of the Kamasutra. I think cultures were made also initially because of survival. Humans tend to find a way to survive in a way that they feel is best suited to society.

SD: How far would you go on a first date?

SA: The journey is more important than the destination. I would just like to get to know the person.

SD: Do you think we have double standards in society for men and women? Are you a chauvinist?

SA: Yeah, we do have different sets of rules for men and women. Not just in sexual issues, even in other aspects of society. But yes, definitely where sexual mores are concerned. And no, I'm not a chauvinist.

SD: Would you indulge in a purely physical relationship?

SA: No. Please keep in mind that I'm a married man.

SD: What is it in a woman that draws you to her? And what holds you in a relationship?

SA: It's a very silly thing to say and most people would not agree with me. But I really think there's only one word, and that's love. Because if you have that, that will tide you through everything else. I get drawn towards honesty. And a woman has to be beautiful. She has to be beautifully honest, or honestly beautiful, ha ha!

SD: Do you consider having an emotional bond outside a relationship a betrayal?

SA: Yeah. Certainly. The emotional bond has to be the strongest in any relationship. How can you want to create that with someone who is not your lover?

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Beitrag #7 - erstellt: 26. Dezember 2006
Teil 2

SD: What would you do if your lover had a fling or a one-night stand? Would you forgive her and take her back? Would you expect her to do the same
if you strayed?

SA: I don't know. It depends on how much she means to me an how much I love her. Obviously the same set of rules operates for both of us. But I think women generally have bigger hearts. For a woman, if her man falls in love with another woman, she will not accept it. She can probably (depending on the strength of the relationship and how much she loves him) accept him after he has cheated on her, as in sleeping with somebody else. But a woman who truly loves a man will not accept the man if he has fallen in love with another woman. For a man, it's the other way round. If his wife is someone he truly loves, if she falls in love with another man, as long as she's not slept with him, he'll accept her back. Even if she's slept with someone who she doesn't even love, he will still not accept her. It has to do with the way men function anyways. They're made this way. It's not that the biological part is stronger than the emotional quotient. It's part of the fact that man is very territorial. But this is also one of the biggest limitations of man, this sense of possessing.

SD: Men are considered studs when they boast and flaunt their sexual conquests, but women, promiscuous for the same. What's your opinion on why this happens?

SA: I agree that it's true. But there are some women I know who when they're with each other, do talk about this aspect, their numerous relationships and all that. And they judge or consider each other lucky or otherwise. But when men are sitting around in a group and discussing something likethis, if there's a woman in the group, she might not like that they're discussing their conquests. But yes, the moralistic judgement is harsher on women and it's very unfair. Society is chauvinistic as a whole. Also, we, as a culture, have gone through too many changes, so we're too muddled up and confused in our heads. On the one hand we have the Kamasutra, a period when they said there were no rapes. Why would there be when there was open license? I'm not advocating freer sex, don't get me wrong. There have to be boundaries for everything.

SD: Can there exist a purely platonic relationship between a man and woman?

SA: Maybe one in a million. Ha ha! No, actually, I have a few platonic relationships, that are professional and platonic. Even friendships can be platonic. Of course, now, my ratio for those have changed drastically. They are a lot higher now.

SD: How important is a person's past in the development of a new relationship? Should there be complete transparency or is it ok to keep things hidden if the issue never arises, or if you feel they do not matter?

SA: No, I think honesty is most important in the foundation of a relationship. The stronger the foundation, the better the relationship. There's no question of it not mattering. 90 percent of the times, past issues are raised and discussed. If you don't want to talk about it and avoid it, even that is in a sense, lying.

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Beitrag #8 - erstellt: 26. Dezember 2006
Teil 3

SD: What do you think of live-in relationships?

SA: I don't think they should happen in our society because people don't take to them too well. If you ask me why society should play a part as a deterrent and stop two people in love from wanting to be with each other, I haven't yet understood this society. I still need to know why these rules have been made. They've been made by people, there must be some reason for them, but I haven't figured them out.

SD: In India, virginity is perceived as a virtue? What's your take on it? Are you judgemental about such things and would it matter to you?

SA: Yeah, I don't talk to women who are non-virgins! (he says with a poker straight face, and we both burst out into wild whoops of laughter)

SD: The female nude form is considered aesthetic, more than the male form. So we always see the female form in ads, especially used to titillate? Do you think women are being reduced to objects of sex in this case?

SA: No I don't think women are objectified because of this. Nowadays, a lot of guys are also being looked at like that. Why, agencies are asking me to do some topless pictures and stuff like that. So there must be something in that. Maybe I should do those pictures.

SD: Are you judgemental about alternate sexuality? Do you condone or condemn homo-sexuality and lesbianism?

SA: I don't think I even think about this. We're all human beings and I support every human being in their individual choices.

SD: You would make a luscious gay icon? Has a man ever made a pass at you? What was your reaction?

SA: Yes, they have. I smile and say, "Have a nice day". It doesn't titillate me simply because I'm not attracted to them. So I can't say it makes me feel good or that it makes a difference.

SD: Do you think our films shape and influence the attitudes to and perceptions of sex and romance in our audiences?

SA: Are you asking me if films influence people into believing sex is taboo? No. But I do think that since we are inhibited about discussing issues like sex in families, young people tend to form a notion of love and sex et al through our films which can have an overwhelming influence. Films do. That's why films should be responsible. And filmmakers have a responsibility. Similarly, we as actors, also have a responsibility to our audiences. I never let my character become too likeable if he's doing something bad. You have to show bad to contrast and understand the good. I did a film called "Sins". I never tried to justify my character in that film. If something is wrong, it's wrong.

SD: Would you do a movie with explicit sex scenes?

SA: Well, it depends on the script and how important it is in telling the story, that people should see rather than be told. Then as an actor, it's my responsibility to render that scene effectively.

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Beitrag #9 - erstellt: 26. Dezember 2006
Teil 4

SD: How do you feel about women who make the first move if they are attracted to a man? Would it put you off?

SA: No, I think it's nice because somehow, I like confident women. And this would show that the woman has confidence. That's how a woman should be and she should express what she feels. If she's isn't allowed to express what she feels, how can we expect her to get ahead?

SD: Do you agree that the world goes round on sex and money?

SA: Money gives you buying power, which makes you feel good about yourself, which gives you an inner confidence, which is what attracts a lot of people. So yes, that's one way of looking at it. It is true.

SD Would you be comfortable if you were labeled a sex symbol?

SA: Everything that comes as a part of my profession, I should quietly welcome it. It's not me who's doing it, it's my perception on screen.

SD: What puts you off whilst doing physical scenes with
co-artistes?

SA: Women trying to look conscious about the scene when they're actually not conscious. Girls like to play virgin, and they try to play conscious. Some people are comfortable with physical scenes but they pretend like they're not. That really turns me off.

SD: How do you react when women make advances and passes
at you because of your being an actor?

SA: I just find it very sweet and cute because I can see it in their eyes. It's not sexual, it's quite sweet really. (Wait till you get the obsessive stalker types, I think). I can imagine that it must be exciting for them, like seeing something you've always wanted to.

SD: The media today seems to have become more intrusive, and private lives are under constant scrutiny. Do you feel the need to watch your back all the time?

SA: I did earlier. Now I've developed the attitude of saying this is the way I am, take it or leave it. I continue doing what I believe in and I have done in the past too, and that's why I am where I am today.

SD: Are men monogamous by nature? And women?

SA: Men are polygamous by nature and women are monogamous. Women are essentially good creatures. It's just life and this man-made world, which they have to live with.God must definitely be a man.

SD: Is the married man tag an obstacle in your profession? Does it make a difference with the audience's perception and opinion of you?

SA: No, of course not. I don't think it would affect my success in any way.

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Beitrag #10 - erstellt: 02. Januar 2007
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Beitrag #11 - erstellt: 03. Januar 2007
Shiney Ahuja walks out of Goldie Behl' Drona

Shiney has walked out of Goldie Behl's film Drona which is also to star Abhishek Bachchan and Priyanka Chopra. His role will now be played by Kay Kay Menon. Shiney says that he has quit the film because he was offered a negative role and doesn't want to play a negative character. However, according to sources, the real reason for Shiney's refusal was the fear that he might be overshadowed in the film. Shiney learnt that Abhishek and Goldie were friends and therefore there are chances of Abhishek stealing all the focus and Shiney ending up as his sidekick. Shiney however, laughs it off and says that he had refused soon enough so that a new actor could be roped in.

Drona will be Goldie Behl's second directorial venture. His first film Bas Itna Sa Khwaab also starred Abhishek Bachchan but bombed badly at the Box Office.
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Beitrag #12 - erstellt: 03. Januar 2007
hier noch ein artikel zum thema Smily "smile"
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Shiney turns down role with Abhishek
By: Vickey Lalwani
January 3, 2007


won’t play second fiddle: Shiney Ahuja and Abhishek Bachchan
Shiney Ahuja has opted out of Goldie Behl’s Drona starring Abhishek Bachchan and Priyanka Chopra.

He was slated to play the main villain in the film. Now, Kay Kay Menon has been roped in to essay the role.

Sceptical Shiney

According to the buzz, Shiney had accepted the role, but later backed out. As he felt that his character wasn’t getting enough footage in the film.

According to a source, “Goldie and Abhishek are buddies. When Shiney heard that, he felt insecure and felt that he would get a raw deal. He didn’t want to do a film with a fear of being becoming Abhishek’s sidekick playing on his mind, so he walked out.”

Shiney admits he had been offered Drona but says he refused the film due to a different reason. “Frankly, I haven’t even met Goldie yet. I have heard that he is a good director. When the Drona offer came along, I liked the role. But I didn’t want to play negative.

Hence, I turned it down,” says the actor. He also maintains he hadn’t taken long in conveying his decision to Goldie’s office so that someone else could be fitted in without much inconvenience.

When asked about his apprehensions on the length and importance of his role in Drona, Shiney laughs it off.

Goldie gets shocked

While Goldie was unavailable for comment, the source says, “Goldie was shocked by Shiney’s rejection. He hadn’t even dreamt that Shiney would refuse a great role in a film with Abhishek and Priyanka.”

Drona will be Goldie’s second directorial venture. He has not worked on any film after Abhishek-starrer Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai which was a disaster at the box-office while Shiney’s forthcoming films include Sudhir Mishra’s Khoya Khoya Chand (Soha Ali Khan), Anurag Basu’s Metro (Shilpa Shetty, Konkona Sen Sharma), Priyadarshan’s untitled flick (Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan) and Mira Nair’s next.

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Beitrag #13 - erstellt: 07. Januar 2007
'I don't care what people say'
5/1/2007

Shiney Ahuja has a reputation. Many industry insiders had warned me that he is arrogant and brash. They had said he always gives the costume department a hard time; that he is very moody...

So, I wasn't really looking forward to a freewheeling chat. But I was in for a surprise.

"Some tags just stay," said Shiney, who, I must say, was not at all like what I had been warned about. "To convenience themselves people slot you in a particular type and then everything you do is turned around to fit the image they have created. I frankly don't care what people say. I am doing my work with the passion and dedication needed and will continue to do so."

Laughing away the controversy of being thrown out of producer Samir Sheth's Fame, he said, "I never signed Fame. I did not like the script, so I declined to act in it. About Drona, I did not know Abhishek Bachchan was acting in it. All I knew was a that they were offering me a negative role which I did not want to do."

For a guy who came to Mumbai with Rs 16,000, two t-shirts and jeans, worked in umpteen ad films and waited for three years for his first feature film to release, Shiney seems to be doing well now. He owns an apartment in a western suburb of Mumbai. He has not yet made it to the Bollywood A-list, but is climbing his way from the festival poster boy image to a saleable actor with successes like Woh Lamhe and Gangster under his belt. His upcoming films Khoya Khoya Chand -- with director Sudhir Mishra, who gave him his first break with Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi -- and Anurag Basu's Metro also look promising.

In a candid conversation, the green-eyed Shiney talks about his career so far.

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Beitrag #14 - erstellt: 07. Januar 2007
I find it strange that you did nothing but wait even while Hazaaron took three years to release.

I shouldn't have [waited]? What would you have done? For three years every month they would say it's going to release next month. I was very confident of the film, so I waited. The moment I would think of doing something else they said next month we are starting the publicity.

They released the song Bawra Man on television and the promos of the film started twice. They were trying to send it to the festivals first and were themselves trying to make up their mind on how they wanted to release the film. I am very impatient but I wanted Hazaaron to be my first film. I think I did the right thing by waiting.

But was not Sins (top) your first movie to release?

Yes it was. Two-and-a-half years after shooting Hazaaron the script of Sins came along. It was based on a true story -- an excellent character to play but not executed correctly. That's not in my control. The only thing I can read is the script. I still say the script was great. It did not turn out the way it was expected. But thankfully within in a month after that Hazaaron released.

While waiting for the film to release did you not feel disillusioned with the industry? Did you feel like giving up?

I was just hoping that the film releases fast. There is an element of frustration that comes in while you are waiting -- sitting at home and just waiting for your film to release. I went through that but then I am generally a positive person by nature and that kept me going.

I felt whenever the time is right the film will release. I don't belong to the film industry and I knew I am not going to get some 20 opportunities to prove myself to be an actor or a star. I was quite realistic about Hazaaron not getting me any commercial success. I knew critical acclaim is possible. All I wanted from Hazaaron was a commercial film that I got eventually.

All the directors I have worked with want to repeat me. It's me who decides whether I want to work with them or not. Some directors -- who I know I won't work with them -- say in their interviews, 'I don't want to cast Shiney.' But have you asked Shiney if he wants to work with you? It's like me saying I will never work with Steven Spielberg.

Is the negativity around you the reason you get irritated and shut yourself?


Yes it is one of the reasons I shut myself. It's hard to concentrate on your work otherwise and that's pretty much the intention of people who do this. I am not willing to give this up for anything. There is nothing that comes between my work and me. Nothing. Everybody around me knows that. That's common between my director Sudhir Mishra and me. I don't come between him and his shot. And there is nothing that can come between my performance and me.

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Beitrag #15 - erstellt: 07. Januar 2007
People say you throw tantrums on sets.

There was a report about me drinking only juice on the sets. I was recovering from typhoid and my doctor told me to drink juice. How can this be termed a tantrum? My staff loves me like anything. They will do anything for me.

What I have realised is irrespective of all the negative stories that are coming up, the film offers are only getting better. How do I equate that? When I meet people and they say they are taken by my work. It's amazing to know how well people connect with my character emotionally on screen. Whoever has known or interacted with me talk to that person.

If I refuse a film the person is only going to say bad things about me. I can only do four-five films a year at this point of time. Eventually I am not going to do that many also. I am accepting four or five from 20 offers. When I say no, people build stories.

But you are in the news for all the wrong reasons all the time.

Sometimes people just like to write things about certain people. Because I am such a private person and I don't divulge too much information they still want to write things. That's one way of provoking you to say something. Keep writing bad things about you till you react.

I choose to ignore it. I talk to journalists who don't believe in selling their paper through gossip or are not a part of this kind of media.

While I am shooting if I have to keep thinking about these kind of things it really irritates you. It's like someone is constantly trying to pull you down.

I don't have any enemies. When you are on your way to a certain goal there are hindrances that come your way and not everyone is happy with your success. People used to tell me you might have to face this but now that I have to face things I believe it. I used to wonder why would anyone waste his or her time in trying to put me down?

There is no clarity about the status of your marriage.


I have spoken about it so many times but the same question keeps coming up. There is crystal clear clarity. Someone creates a controversy about you. By giving explanations you keep feeding to it. I refuse to comment on it any more.

How comfortable are you doing lovemaking scenes on screen (a scene with him and Soha Ali Khan was being shot before the interview)?

It's a part of my job and it's good to work with an actress who also considers it the same way. We think about the role, the shot, how we can make it better -- just like any other shot. There is nothing I feel at any point of time while doing such scenes because you have to concentrate on what you are doing.

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Beitrag #16 - erstellt: 06. März 2007
Hier ist mal wieder ein kleiner Schnippsel von Shiney - ich kann die MSN News leider nur schlecht einschätzen, da ich dort sehr selten etwas Interessantes finden kann.

Neuer Film mit Shiney als Motoradfahrer eventuell sogar in einer Doppelrolle.

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Beitrag #17 - erstellt: 29. März 2007
Video vom Audio-Release des Films Metro

Smily "sehrverliebt"

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Beitrag #18 - erstellt: 09. April 2007
Shiney bestellt Motorrad um Stau zu entgehen

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Beitrag #19 - erstellt: 18. April 2007
Shiney für "Har Pall" gecastet

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Beitrag #20 - erstellt: 26. April 2007
Interview mit Shiney über Metro und Shilpa

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Beitrag #21 - erstellt: 26. April 2007
Shiney hat eine kleine Rückenverletzung

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Beitrag #22 - erstellt: 28. April 2007
*ignore*

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Beitrag #23 - erstellt: 30. April 2007
Shineys Verhältnis zur Presse

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You can't base your life on other people's expectations.
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Beitrag #24 - erstellt: 01. Mai 2007
Shiney und Kay Kay im Streit?

och.. bitte nicht... Smily "tutmirleid"

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #25 - erstellt: 02. Mai 2007
Shiney über seine Rollen und Gerüchte

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You can't base your life on other people's expectations.
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Beitrag #26 - erstellt: 04. Mai 2007
Shiney and Shilpa - the new age combo

Smily "rotwerd" ich glaub, entgegen meiner abneigung wird's mal wieder zeit für 'ne cineblitz... *sabber*

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #27 - erstellt: 04. Mai 2007
Star Talk mit Shiney (Video)

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You can't base your life on other people's expectations.
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Beitrag #28 - erstellt: 05. Mai 2007
"I am a loser in Metro"

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



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Beitrag #29 - erstellt: 07. Mai 2007
Shiney dreht Actionfilm

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You can't base your life on other people's expectations.
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Beitrag #30 - erstellt: 10. Mai 2007
Shiney braucht am Set von Metro viel Aufmerksamkeit

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #31 - erstellt: 11. Mai 2007
The Suit Case

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #32 - erstellt: 21. Mai 2007
Vidya is a sprain in the back for Shiney

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #33 - erstellt: 01. Juni 2007
Shiney Ahujas Candle Light Dinner

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #34 - erstellt: 12. Juli 2007
The shiny attitude

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #35 - erstellt: 16. Juli 2007
Shiney creating trouble in Hijack? No Ways

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #36 - erstellt: 17. Juli 2007
Love comes first for Shiney

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #37 - erstellt: 18. Juli 2007
Shiney is the latest action hero

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #38 - erstellt: 19. Juli 2007
I love beating up assistants

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #39 - erstellt: 20. Juli 2007
Women are crazy for Shiney

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #40 - erstellt: 21. Juli 2007
Shiney Ahuja to play Devdas
ich häng mich auf wenn das wahr ist Smily "zornig"

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„Valar Morghulis“

Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #41 - erstellt: 23. Juli 2007
Zitat von keti:
Shiney Ahuja to play Devdas
ich häng mich auf wenn das wahr ist Smily "zornig"


wäre dir Abhay Deol lieber? Smily "smilesmile"

Shiney pursuing Kangana? It's a joke!

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #42 - erstellt: 08. August 2007
Spotted! Shiney Ahuja in Dubai

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #43 - erstellt: 22. September 2007
Why is Shiney Ahuja lying low?

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #44 - erstellt: 02. Oktober 2007
Shiney ist Vater geworden Smily "sweetheart"

"I had always wanted a daughter and God has blessed me with one. She looks a lot like me," Shiney is quoted as saying.

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #45 - erstellt: 03. Oktober 2007
Sandy interviews Shiney Ahuja
(ist schon ein paar wochen alt, aber ganz nett)

I have cut Akshay's role: Shiney Ahuja

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #46 - erstellt: 04. Oktober 2007
Zitat von Steena:


Shiney comes to Akki’s defence

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #47 - erstellt: 14. Oktober 2007
'I choose films on the basis of scripts and not deals' - Shiney Ahuja

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #48 - erstellt: 22. Oktober 2007
Shiny Ahuja Feels That Akshay Is Like His Older Brother

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #49 - erstellt: 27. Oktober 2007
No Yash Raj deal for Shiney

Carry on Shiney


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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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Beitrag #50 - erstellt: 30. Oktober 2007
Shiney's Top 5

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Ich denk an dich, seitdem ich denken kann ...



Hilfe| Team
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