Mumbai, Jan 13 (IANS) Amitabh Bachchan has bought a Samsung Galaxy Note II and says that the handset's functions are so mindblowing that he has no clue about how to work it.
"I changed my mobile again to the more advanced version of the Samsung... from Samsung Galaxy S II to the Samsung Galaxy Note II... and it is mind blowing... so mind blowing that I have just no clue of how to work it," Amitabh wrote on his blog.
"It is white in colour and does everything for you... at times even when you do not wish it to... most of the time when you do not wish it to," he added.
Post-award, Abhishek thanks 'Bol Bachchan' team
Throughout 2012 Abhishek Bachchan kept a low profile, but he is under the spotlight after bagging the Best Actor in a Comic Role Award at the 19th Annual Colors Screen Awards for "Bol Bachchan". He cannot stop thanking the film's team and dedicating it to them.
Directed by Rohit Shetty, the "Bol Bachchan" cast includes Ajay Devgn, Asin Thottumkal and Prachi Desai.
"Thank you all for the wishes for winning the Screen Award for best actor in a comic role. Thank you Rohit and Ajay Devgn, Prachi Desai and Asin," Abhishek tweeted.
"And the entire team who worked on the film. I dedicate this award to all of you who worked so hard on the film," he added.
Madhuri wraps up 'Gulab Gang' schedule
Actress Madhuri Dixit is happy after finishing a schedule of her upcoming film "Gulab Gang", a women-centric drama.
"Done with this schedule for 'Gulab Gang'. On my way home," Madhuri wrote on Twitter.
Inspired by Sampat Pal-led Gulabi Gang in Bundelkhand, Uttar Pradesh, which fights for the rights of women in the region, the film is being directed by Soumik Sen and produced by Anubhav Sinha. It also stars Juhi Chawla.
The film's first schedule started in December last year.
Madhuri was also excited to shoot a song with ace choreographer Saroj Khan and wrote: "Last night-shoot for this schedule. Yay! It is a pleasure working with Sarojji on this high energy song."
In the past, Khan and Madhuri have worked together for chartbusters like "Ek do teen", "Choli ke peeche" and "Dhak dhak karne laga".