OMG! Janhvi Kapoor thinks she can be the Prime Minister of India- watch video
Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter are on a promotional spree. The two are all set to step into B-town with Karan Johar‘s Hindi remake of famous Marathi film ‘Sairaat’, and are trying their level best to spread a word about their movie ‘Dhadak’. Recently, the ‘Dhadak’ duo launched the Harpers Bazaar Magazine.
To make the event happening, the organisers arranged for an interesting game. Janhvi and Ishaan, sportingly played the segment wherein they were asked ‘whose likely to’. So, when the two were asked, ‘Who is likely to become the Prime Minister’, Janhvi was quick to say, ‘Mujhe lagta hai, Main Prime Minister ban sakti hu’ (I think I can become the Prime Minister). Realizing that she can become a headline the next day, the debutante said, “Please ye mat chaapiye, please.” (Please don’t publish this).
Check out the video here:
Thanks Janhvi, for tickling our funny bones!
Coming back to their film ‘Dhadak’, it is directed by Shashank Khaitan and backed by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions. The film is set against the backdrop of Rajasthan and a major sequence of the film has been shot in Kolkata. The music is given by the dhamakedar duo Ajay-Atul, who also composed the songs of their original film ‘Sairaat’.
‘Dhadak’ is ready to release on July 20 and a grand screening for the industry wallah’s is going to be held. However, an important member of Janhvi’s family, will not be attending the same. The family member in question is Janhvi’s half-brother, Arjun Kapoor. According to Janhvi, her big brother will be missing out on the screening of her first film due to his work commitments, though, sister Anshula will mark her presence at the event.
Video Credit– Viral Bollywood
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Sumeet Vyas, who was last seen in the ultimate all-girls film ‘Veere Di Wedding’ has been taking it easy since his hit film made waves in the industry. The ‘Permanent Roommates‘ actor, who is currently shooting for Voot’s ‘It’s Not That Simple’ Season 2 has been keeping up with something else as well.
Apart from being a gifted actor, Sumeet is also a gifted writer. Sumeet is currently penning his first ever feature film after having worked on a show and a digital feature film in the past. The talented writer has written for web series so far, having even co-written the Netflix original, ‘Love Per Square Foot’ with Anand Tiwari.
The actor, who is also in the midst of writing season 2 of TVF’s popular series, ‘Tripling’, which he also stars in, with Akarsh Khurana, has wanted to venture in feature film writing for quite some time now. Having written and directed several digital pieces, the ‘Ribbon’ actor will finally be writing something for the big screen. We hear the actor is penning a unique dramedy which he hopes to see in the making in 2019 after finishing his current work commitments.
“I have been toying with a couple of ideas for a while now and finally have zeroed down one that I’m most kicked about. I’ll start working on it this year and hopefully, by next year it’ll make sense. I’m a little unforgiving, as far as my scripts are concerned, which is why it takes longer than usual, but it’ll be a credible script to say the least. It’s a story about jealousy between a father and a son, a humorous take on how competitiveness in a family can screw things up. To be very honest, I haven’t thought of the cast yet. The story is in my head right now. It needs to come on paper.” he said.
Given Sumeet’s forte in writing, we are pretty sure it’s going to be one hell of a script!
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'Brahmastra': This is what Alia, Ranbir, Big B are up to in New York
Every time there is news about Ayan Mukerji’s upcoming superhero fantasy film, ‘Brahmastra’, it definitely grab eyeballs! The ensemble cast which includes Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna, Dimple Kapadia and Mouni Roy is one of the major reasons for that. ‘Brahmastra’, which is the first film in an intended trilogy, is currently being shot in New York City; the first schedule of the film was shot in Bulgaria.
From talking a stroll on the streets of NY to selfies to having a meal together, team ‘Brahmastra’ is having a fun time while shooting!
Check out their pictures below:
Alia Bhatt, Dimple Kapadi, director Ayan Mukerji, Ranbir Kapoor along with the other crew members pose together at the dinning table.
After seeing this picture, we are sure that Dimple is a part of the film too!
The team engrossed in an intense conversation.
Besides these two pictures that were shared by Ranbir Kapoor’s fan club on Twitter, Amitabh Bachchan also shared two pictures with Rabir Kapoor. Along with the pictures, he wrote, “T 2874 – Out on a walk on the streets of NYC with THE Ranbir Kapoor .. selfies and all ..”
Check them out below:
T 2874 – Out on a walk on the streets of NYC with THE Ranbir Kapoor .. selfies and all .. pic.twitter.com/BeJ27I9mZ2
— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) July 21, 2018
Looks like the two actors are enjoying each other’s company!
In an interview, Ranbir had said that ‘Brahmastra’ is written in a trilogy format. “Ayaan has spent six years of his life working really hard to make an original story, born in our country, to come alive in that form. It is not a superhero film as people say. It is a romantic-fairytale in a supernatural format. We hope the first film does well, it will give us the opportunity to make part two and three,” he said.
After seeing the pictures, we surely are excited for the film!