Saif Ali Khan very catagorically said that Kareena Kapoor and he will fix their wedding date once his home-production 'Agent Vinod' is released.
This bit of news was also confirmed by Soha Ali Khan, Saif's sister.
But by the look of work progress of 'Agent Vinod' the wedding will be further delayed.
Earlier the wedding was postponed due to the demise of Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi (Saif's father).
'Agent Vinod' has been delayed for various reasons. Both Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan don’t have the required dates for their home production.
Two years in the making and Agent Vinod is still not sure about the day it'll hit the theatres.
The movie was scheduled for a December 9, 2011 release. However, a delay in the shoot got it postponed to February 2012.
However, the February release is still doubtful and may be revised.
The movie is in the middle of post-production and but some patch work shoot is still going on. Not just patch work a couple of days’ time of shoot is also pending.
However complete footage of the movie is still not at the editing table, as per reports in Mumbai Mirror.
Kareena's 'Ek Main Aur Ek Tu' is also releasing in February so it is likely that 'Agent Vinod' may further be pushed.
All this just means further delay and that again tosses Kareena and Saif's wedding plan.
Shah Rukh releases 'Don' comic book
Actor Shah Rukh Khan poses during the 8th Annual Dubai International Film Festival on December 9, 2011 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. (GETTY)
Shah Rukh and the team of 'Don 2' turned up at a mall in Delhi to release a comic book based on the forthcoming film.
Director Farhan Akhtar and actors Priyanka Chopra and Kunal Kapoor, were spotted posing and preening for the cameras and giving out some media-friendly bites at the do.
Almost in sync with Farhan's decision to churn out a sequel of 'Don', the event also saw a sequel of sorts the day after.
While the comic book, titled 'Don: The Origin', was officially launched at the mall gala, the film's team decided to distribute the comic books to fans and the media only on Tuesday at the New Delhi station's Airport Metro Express Line station, thereby spreading the hype that the event generated over two days.
The novel, conceived and scripted by director Farhan Akhtar, has been published by Om Books, reports NDTV.
The bilingual graphical book coincides with the release of 'Don 2' -- a dark crime thriller with Shah Rukh as the anti-hero.
When it comes to heightening promotional gimmicks, no one does it better than SRK.
The buzz about 'Don '2 started doing the rounds even as shooting started with photographs of SRK's rasta hairdo been leaked online. He has been sporting the look all through the film's pan-Indian promotional tour, too.
Aamir Khan to turn a dacoit
Bollywood actor Aamir Khan in New Delhi, India. (AP)
The Bollywood heroes are all turning villains.
First it was Shah Rukh Khan whom everyone loved to see as a bad man 'Don' and now it's time for Aamir Khan to hold the gun.
Mr Perfectionist Aamir Khan is all set to play a role of a dacoit.
Aamir Khan will be portraying Bachua daku in Maqbool Khan's 'Chambal Safari'.
Filmmaker Maqbool Khan was not too willing to talk about Aairm's role. He did not divulge much about the star cast either but said that Aamir is the man for the part.
'Chambal Safari' is a black comedy. According to Times of India, It is about a bunch of dacoits in Chambal going through a lean phase in their career as bandits. The Madhya Pradesh government has rehabilitated them under a scheme called Chambal Safari whereby the dacoits have become tourist guides.
Aamir will also be seen in grey shades in upcoming Yashraj movie 'Dhoom 3'. He will essay the lead role and the antagonist.
But the latest is that Aamir is turning a dacoit who will be giving everyone a tour of Chambal.
Sonam Kapoor hates Mumbai
Sonam Kapoor poses for a photo during a promotional event. (AFP)
Sonam Kapoor has stuck to her reputation of being a motor mouth once again. The Kapoor girl tweeted on Monday when she said she hated Mumbai.
"Its impossible to live in Mumbai. I hate it," she tweeted on her handle @sonamakapoor.
The tweet led to a deluge of reactions from her followers on Twitter, most of them damning.
"Because of Mumbai u r a big star.n had an entry in Bollywood....., " @Rahilparkar tweeted back.
"You don't live in Mumbai, anyway. You live in a dream world created by Bollywood," commented @hitwit_subroto.
"if u hate mumbai den better be going...," said @AbdulRahimShama.
Other followers like @CHEVPRO11 and @ramesh_chh volunteered alternatives like New York and Kutch, respectively.
Having realised her folly, Sonam apologised for the offending tweet.
"Okay the traffic has driven me crazy. I actually luv Mumbai but hate the roads," she tweeted again.
But the damage was done.