: Bollywood fashion goes global with actor Sunil Shetty and producer Prakash Khubchandani launching a chain of Bollywood inspired designer wear.
: Metrosexual Indian stars are rocking ad world, with Shah Rukh Khan shedding his macho image to endorse a women’s beauty shop. I wonder if Jose Mourinho with his aggressive brand image, endorse female products. Bollywood stars are promoting more brands as the brand image of Indian cricketers diminish.
: Bollywood, Mr. Bean battle in Afghanistan – “In the city that spawned Afghanistan's Taliban, music and TV were crimes punishable by beatings and jail just a few years ago. Now, India's Bollywood and its raunchy song and dance numbers and wet saris compete with Mr. Bean and women's wrestling in the Sadat music and film market, a chaotic cacophony of sound where it's always night inside and it's always packed.”
: BBC on the real Shah Rukh Khan
: Asha Bhosle teams up with Grammy Award winning Kronos Quartet to produce a valentine to the music of Bollywood, You've Stolen My Heart: Songs from R. D. Burman's Bollywood by Kronos Quartet and Asha Bhosle
: Austrian Airlines woos Bollywood - European airline major Austrian Airlines group is negotiating with Bollywood production houses for transporting film crew at international shooting locations and launched direct services from Mumbai to Vienna
: Indian & American film makers fighting piracy, with Bollywood pressing authorities to create a separate police and judicial system to enforce existing copyright laws, because even though some offenders are caught, India's judicial system moves too slowly to be effective.
: Bollywood is being used to create fitness classes in a bid to entice more Asian women into the gym. The hour-long sessions are similar to traditional aerobics but use music and moves from Indian films. Trained dancer Aanika Chopra, from New Delhi, will take beginners through their paces at classes in Birmingham, Coventry and Leamington Spa.