Shah Rukh Khan has recently gifted himself a personalised vanity van. Designed by Dilip Chhabaria, the Volvo van is the biggest in Bollywood and includes five rooms: A lounge with bar, a gym, an office, a bedroom and a wash room with a shower. Since SRK is a techno-freak, the van has been designed with a dual system technology. A new software has been programmed on the computer that converts all switches to touch screen. Shah Rukh is definitely the undisputed baadshah of Bollywood, if you go by his latest vanity toy.

Barbara Mori not required until Kites' premiere

Even as reports about Mexican actress Barbara Mori's return to India are doing the rounds, Kites producer Rakesh Roshan has cleared the air saying that Barbara will not be required for the film until the global premieres of Kites begin this Diwali. So there is absolutely no question of her coming down to Mumbai for Kites. Kites is one of the few films that will be dubbed in Spanish.

While Spanish is lead actress Barbara Mori's mother tongue, the film's Spanish version will also have her co-stars Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut speaking Spanish. Rakesh has no objection to the film being described as an international Ek Duje Ke Liye (1981). If Kamal Haasan and Rati Agnihotri couldn't be with each other in the earlier film because he was from South India while she was from North India, Hrithik and Barbara can't understand each other's language in Kites as he is an Indian while she is Spanish.

Kareena-Shahid's Milenge Milenge re-shot

Boney Kapoor is at the moment focusing entirely on giving Milenge Milenge a 2009 look. And for this purpose the Milenge Milenge crew recently slipped into Delhi to re-shoot portions of the film that might have got dated. According to the film's director, Satish Kaushik, both Kareena and Shahid have been complete professionals. If Milenge Milenge has taken so long to be completed, it's not because of the artistes. Everything from his own personal problems to Tsunami happened to affect Milenge Milenge. But far from putting the project on the back burner, the producer and director are determined to release the film. The film is a version of Peter Chelsom's 2001 Serendipity. The Shahid Kapur-Kareena Kapoor starrer is about two people involved elsewhere who after a chance encounter decide to give their feeling for one another a chance to grow.