Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Back to Sexy!
















It was the book 'Harilal Gandhi: A Life' that inspired the motion picture, Gandhi My Father. The book reading took place at the Oxford Bookstore at Churchgate, Mumbai. The original book, written by Chandulal Bhagubhai Dalal in Gujarati, was translated into English by Tridip Suhrud who was present at the occassion. Also present at the classy event were actors Akshaye Khanna (who plays Harilal in the film, Gandhi My Father ) and Shefali Shah who plays Kasturba. Maker Feroz Abbas Khan and editor Tridip, along with the cast present participated in reading out passages from the hardbound book which is available at bookstores for Rs. 690/- Tusshar Gandhi, the great grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, who was also present at this function, added much authenticity and credibility to the entire effort.






(Filmfare)







Listening to the fans!Getting rid of that looooooong beard! Wearing a silver tie! Gorgeous!

9 comments:

Beth said...

The literary look suits him! Great pictures.

Anonymous said...

Yeah!! This look suits Akshaye Khanna! I like his look in Humraaz and 36, China Town too!

Anonymous said...

He looks good. Very classy.

Anonymous said...

Akshaye Khanna looks smart in this outfit. He looks mature and clean dude. Hope to see more of him soon.

Anonymous said...

Hope to see Akshaye Khanna sported the same hairstyle as shown in Humraaz and 36, China Town in his forthcoming films!

Anonymous said...

Akshaye Khanna's Dil Chahta Hai's hairstyle suits him. His look and hairstyle remind me of my favourite and handsome dentist. So, I would like him to act as a handsome dentist in a movie. That would be interesting!

Anonymous said...

After excelling in his roles as Shiven and Vicky in Salaam-e-Ishq and Naqaab where he impressed me by stealing the show in these films this year, I'm waiting for him to sign some major projects that would represent his status as a great actor of high caliber!

Anonymous said...

Thank god, that he at last shaved off his weird beard!

akshayefan said...

Beth, may I say it is not a literary but a very literate look!