Bollywood choreographer-turned-filmmaker Farah Khan made her directorial debut with ‘Main Hoon Na’ starring Shah Rukh Khan in the lead role. The film also starred Sushmita Sen, Amrita Rao and Zayed Khan in pivotal roles. Now, if you think you have seen the film several times and you know everything about the film, think twice! Did you know that Hrithik Roshan was the first choice to play Shah Rukh Khan’s brother in ‘Main Hoon Na’? Yes, you read it right! According to reports, Hrithik was considered for the role of SRK’s brother in ‘Main Hoon Na’ after his then last film, ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…!’. However, Rakesh Roshan was of the view that his son should focus more on solo-starrers rather than multi-starrers and the makers of the film too understood where he was coming from so they reportedly allowed the actor to step back and instead approached his brother-in-law Zayed Khan. Now that we know this, one can only … [Read more...] about Did you know that Hrithik Roshan was the first choice to play Shah Rukh Khan’s brother in ‘Main Hoon Na’?
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In July last year, the Korea Skating Union introduced a minimum age requirement of 13 for national team membership. The aim is to give more opportunities to skaters who are eligible to compete in international competitions endorsed by the International Skating Union, which has the same minimum age. … [Read more...] about Girl Breaks Kim Yu-na’s Record as Youngest National Champ
You became the youngest ever winner of the national championships after winning the annual Korean Figure Skating Championships on Jan. 10 at the age of 11 years and eight months, breaking the previous record of 12 years and seven months set by Kim in 2003. … [Read more...] about Teen Figure Skater Signs with Kim Yu-na’s Agency
"I just really admired the fact that coming from China and being an independent, strong woman, standing out for your sport, for yourself, doing what you wanted to do, kind of like trailblazing for your country, for the sport, for girls to play tennis, to make a pathway for them to be able to have dreams and to achieve them." … [Read more...] about China’s Li Na to be inducted into International Tennis Hall of Fame
Cyclist Na Ah-reum poses for a photo in front of the velodrome at the Jincheon National Training Center in Jincheon, North Chungcheong, on Dec. 27. [KIM SUNG-TAE]Na Ah-reum, the top female cyclist in Korea, competed in two Olympics during her career, but the 2020 Tokyo Olympics is expected to be her most important yet. It could be her last, and she hopes to continue her career in Europe following the Games. For over a decade, Na has been dominant in women’s long distance cycling in Korea and in Asia. Starting with her three victories at the national championships in 2009, she’s won over 40 gold medals just at the national championships. Even in Asia, her achievement stands out. At the 2018 Asian Games, Na was the only Korean athlete to pick up four gold medals, as she won the women’s road race, the women’s individual time trial, the women’s madison and the women’s team pursuit. Her achievements at the Asian Games stood out even more as she returned … [Read more...] about After European dream, Na set for Tokyo Olympics