December 27, 2012 04:06:45 PM IST By Supriyo Hazra, TWF, Glamsham Editorial
SALMAN KHAN, AAMIR KHAN and SHAHRUKH KHAN
Aamir Khan: Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan made his highly impressive small screen debut with his TV show 'Satyamev Jayate' highlighting various social issues ranging from honour killing to child abuse, the show not only attracted ordinary viewers but even politicians. Aamir even met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to discuss the plight of manual scavengers who engage in cleaning human waste. He had spotlighted the problems of manual scavengers in an episode of the show. Before meeting the Prime Minister, Aamir had also met a parliamentary panel to discuss medical problems plaguing India that were highlighted in one of the episodes of the television show. On the big screen, Aamir's act as tough cop, Surjan Singh Shekhawat, in his much awaited release TAALASH succeeded in gaining accolades though the film evoked mixed response from reviewers and viewers.
Salman Khan: Sallu again rocked the big screen with his releases like EK THA TIGER and he returned as Chulbul Pandey in DABANGG 2 opposite Sonakshi while speculations over his marriage plans continue. The stylish Bollywood star passed through some tough phases in real life due to health reasons. The actor continued to dodge questions on his marriage. Asked on a TV show about his marriage, he said in his Dabangg style, that it will follow only after Jodhpur and Mumbai courts announce their verdicts on the blackbuck and vehicle mishap cases against him.
Shahrukh Khan: After four long years, SRK finally laughed aloud and danced merrily in Kolkata's Eden Garden as his Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) defeated Chennai Super Kings in the final match to win the fifth edition of Indian Premier League. In the world of films, he was seen romancing two lovely ladies, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma, in late filmmaker Yash Chopra's JAB TAK HAI JAAN. Box-office declared the film a 'hit' in India and a 'blockbuster' overseas. However, Yash Raj Films and independent trade analysts called the film a 'worldwide blockbuster'.