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Filmi Forecast: "Happy New Year"

Here's the first look for Farah Khan's "Happy New Year" which brings back together her "Om Shanti Om" stars, SRK and Deepika along with solid performers Abhishek Bachchan, Boman Irani, and Sonu Sood. The newcomer this go around is Vivaan Shah. Lucky boy. As DPads will attest, a Farah Khan vehicle co-starring King Khan is likely the best way to burst onto the Bollywood scene (though it's not technically his first film). Rumor has it that "Happy New Year" also has a mega-star-studded item song much like its predecessor "Om Shanti Om" did. If this is true, than I am pumped. If only because OSO taught me that I love surprise cameos combined with song and dance.


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