Actress Priyanka Chopra has loved shooting for a song for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Bajirao Mastani” in which she shares the screen space with Deepika Padukone.
“Finally done…The bliss of finishing a momentous task is so relieving. #BajiraoMastani. Back to #AyeshaMehra for #DDD tomorrow. Kashi bids gn,” Priyanka tweeted.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Bajirao Mastani” marks actress Priyanka’s first period film, which is based on the love story between Maratha warrior Peshwa Bajirao I (Ranveer Singh) and his second wife Mastani (Deepika Padukone). Priyanka plays Kashibai, the first wife of Peshwa Bajirao.
The “Mary Kom” actress also thanked the team behind the song.
“Thank u Sanjay sir @remodsouza_1 @shampa_s Kruti @deepikapadukone and #TeamBajiraoMastani for an awesome song shoot. See u on set next sched,” she shared.
When Anupam Kher got jealous of Hrithik Roshan
Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan’s chiselled body and looks of a Greek god has given veteran actor Anupam Kher a complex.
“When you meet someone who looks like @iHrithik you suddenly discovered god has been a little unkind to you,” Anupam tweeted.
Anupam, who is back with second season of his TV show “The Anupam Kher Show…Kucch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai”, also shared a photograph with Hrithik.
In the image, both of them are looking sophisticated and classy in all-black outfits.
Subhash Ghai’s rendezvous with Baba Ramdev
Veteran filmmaker Subhash Ghai was left impressed by the knowledge of yoga guru Baba Ramdev after a long and candid chat with him on a flight.
Ghai, who has helmed entertainers like “Karz” and “Pardes”, took to micro-blogging site Twitter to talk about his meeting with the yoga guru.
“Had 2 hours long good chat with superman baba ram dev ji during flight. Man with 4K company and no money in his a/c (sic),” Ghai posted.
Ghai, whose recent projects like “Yuvvraaj” and “Kaanchi”, failed to click with the audience, noted that he has gathered some interesting insights about him.
“A chat with Baba ramdev ji inflight I realised he is ancient believer of Vedic science when there was no religion.”