Filmmaker Zoya Akhtar recently hosted a lavish party for her girl gang. Celebrities spotted at her do included Kareena Kapoor Khan, Malaika Arora Khan, Gauri Khan, Amrita Arora and Jacqueline Fernandez to name a few.
The hard working and multi-talented actress in Bollywood—Priyanka Chopra, surely has an edge over others when it comes to being a go-getter for her films. She oozes just the right kind of attitude for her tough characters on screen. The latest that has been reported about the 'desi girl' is that PeeCee might soon turn a singer for her upcoming film.
Bollywood diva Priyanka Chopra who turned 32 on Friday thanked her fans on Twitter for their good wishes. However, this was not it. The actress also tweeted that her upcoming film `Dil Dhadakne Do` shooting schedule has come to end and therefore felt thankful towards the cast and crew.
One is a veteran actor, loved by one and all, Anil Kapoor—the other is a hearthrob of young ladies, Ranveer Singh. What happens when they come together—interesting concoction of talent, we say. In an interview with a leading daily, `Ram-Leela` actor quipped about how excited he is on working with his idol, Anil Kapoor in Zoya Akhtar`s upcoming film `Dil Dhadake Do`.
The top-notch Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra is having a gala time right now, or so it seems. The actress, recently posted a picture of hers on Twitter with the cast of her upcoming film `Dil Dhadakne Do`.
The sizzling Ranveer Singh and Priyanka Chopra are all set to play siblings for Zoya Akhtar’s newest venture ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’. But it seems that even before the shooting started, trouble arose for the cast.
As an actor Farhan Akhtar, who also directs and produces movies, had a fabulous year with biopic `Bhaag Milkha Bhaag` and now he is looking forward to Dev Benegal`s film with Kareena Kapoor and his sister Zoya`s next directorial venture which he says has nothing to do with their off screen relationship.
India’s rising star director Anurag Kashyap has complained that filmmakers in in the country still do not enjoy the kind of freedom of space and expression that would allow them to make meaningful films.