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On the request of late filmmaker Yash Chopra’s production house, the veteran’s nomination for Best Director category was removed in the Zee Cine Awards 2013 that was held on January 6. In 2005, Chopra had won the best director’s award for Veer Zaara and had requested not to be nominated anymore in this category as he wanted the young directors to get an opportunity to come in the limelight. It was his way of promoting and encouraging new talent. Sources say that while his production house considered it an honour for Chopra to be nominated in the Best Director category, but in keeping with his wishes, they requested the channel to withdraw his name. Respecting the legend’s wish, the channel removed his nomination. The final list included Anurag Basu-Barfi!, Karan Malhotra-Agneepath, Sujoy Ghosh-Kahaani, Anurag Kashyap-Gangs of Wasseypur, Rohit Shetty- Bol Bachchan.
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Nestled in the beautiful terrains of Panchagani, the King Khan of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan kept the media in splits when he met them at the announcement press conference of the upcoming Zee Cine Awards 2013. Alongwith him was the gorgeous Deepika Padukone looking pretty and cheerful as ever. When media asked him, how busy will he be in the coming year, Shah Rukh said, “I have no intentions of slowing down in 2013. Zee Cine Awards will be my first project in the new year. I want to keep doing two films a year, and start working on one more if possible. Acting is what I enjoy the most. I have been working for 20 years and I have no intention of taking things slow.” Currently Rohit Shetty’s Chennai Express is keeping him busy and Deepika and he are both shooting for the same in Wai/ Panchgani at the moment. When somebody from the media asked him about Chennai Express, the King Khan cheekily said looking at Deepika, “She’s Chennai and I am the Express.” When a member of the Press asked Deepika if she would like to anchor the award show, the leggy beauty said, “I’m not very good at it but maybe if Shah Rukh gives me some training I could do it (smiles).” She continued,” Actually I don’t like hosting shows that much…but I don’t mind performing.” On his association with Zee, SRK said,” It’s an honor to be associated with Zee Cine Awards. My career and Zee TV started almost at the same time, and it has been a good 20 years.” The actor also revealed that at the award function he will be paying a tribute to Yash Chopra and will be romancing all the leading ladies of Yash Chopra movies on stage. On being asked whether he feels that awards have lost their credibility, Shah Rukh said that he feels both popular and critics choice awards are equally important pillars of recognition, ”I feel blessed when I win any award. Without the critics category, popular stars will take away all the honors. But there is some phenomenal talent out there that’s need to be honored..” With his trademark wit he added further,” I have won awards in many peculiar categories like fresh face of the award, powerhouse award and I love them all. I win awards for my children. Like other children ask for toys, my kids ask me what awards have I got for them.“ While many of his contemporaries do not believe in the credibility of the awards, SRK cheekily said ,”As long as I get them, I have faith in them”.
ter creating waves in places like Dubai, Singapore, London, Mauritius and Macao, the Zee Cine Awards is making its way back to India, and will celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema. “This year is very important to us as Zee TV completes 20 years of its existence, also it accounts for 100 years of Indian cinema. After creating a footprint across the world in various places, we want to bring it back to its hometown Mumbai, where the Bollywood industry exists,” Puneet Goenka, managing director, ZEEL, said at the press conference here. “No Zee Cine Awards have been held without Shah Rukh Khan, and this year too it won’t happen without him for sure,” he added. Goenka refused to divulge details of the highlights of the show, saying “let us leave something for the audience to see”. Shah Rukh Khan, who is shooting for Rohit Shetty’s “Chennai Express” in Panchgani was here to speak on the awards. He was accompanied by Deepika Padukone. The awards started in 1998 and were held in Mumbai until 2004, when it shifted to international shores. “I have been associated with the channel ever since its inception. Being a part of whatever they do has always made me feel privileged. I am indebted to them as many times when my films didn’t do well, they helped me out through satellite rights I have always done what is in my capacity,” said Shah Rukh, who will also be performing at the awards ceremony. The awards will take place Jan 6 in Mumbai, which will see the who’s who of the Hindi film industry. The awards ceremony will be aired Jan 20 on Zee TV.