Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Nominated

Akshaye nominated for Star of the Year- Male for Gandhi My Father and Best Actor in a Supporting ROle for Aaja Nachle for Max Stardust Awards

When are the filmfare nominations out?

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Check out these pictures from Race
Also if you just go www.glamsham.com
and then search Race in the search engine, and go the Race gallery. There are new pics.

http://media.glamsham.com/movies/stills/race/race_27.jpg
http://media.glamsham.com/movies/stills/race/race_33.jpg
http://media.glamsham.com/movies/stills/race/race_36.jpg
http://media.glamsham.com/movies/stills/race/race_38.jpg

Anonymous said...

Also its nice seeing Akshaye get nominated for Aaja Nachle- its like a bonus treat for us fans.

Anonymous said...

Worthy appreciation and acknowlegement from Max Stardust Awards to nominate the deserved performer Akshaye Khanna in two different categories. Still, there should one more category for best actor in a comic role. Akshaye Khanna should have been nominated as best comedian for Salaam-e-Ishq. By the way, don't you think that Akshaye Khanna should win a special jury best performance for Gandhi, My Father. Akshaye Khanna deserves to win this special award.

Anonymous said...

There are some new pics of Race at Glamsham.com....Akshaye Khanna looks quite fit in two pics....plz check...

milli said...

Wow, I would love to see Akshaye Khanna win best supporting actor for Aaja Nachle. I like him as MP Rajah Saab (Uday Singh) something like that. His chemistry and scenes with Madhuri Dixit, her daughter and with Irfaan Khan (golf) are fantastic.

akshayefan said...

I think it confirms our theory. He does look very lean n fit in some pics and he's quite overweight in others. Maybe it's the differnce in the schedules.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to Akshaye Khanna for the nominations!

Anonymous said...

Akshayefan- the pics where he's a bit on the weightier side are from the very very early stages of its shooting. Cause I remember they had just finished Naqaab around then.