Talented, smart, beautiful and funny, the entire star cast of the upcoming movie Happy Bhag Jayegi: Abhay Deol, Diana Penty, Ali Fazal and Jimmy Shergill was on The Firstpost Show were they spoke about fun facts they found about each other during the course of the making of the movie, advice they received while entering the industry and played a few rounds of The Firstpost Show funny face off.
Here are a few snippets from the show:
Tell us a fun fact that you found about the person sitting next to you during the course of the making of the movie:
Abhay Deol about Diana Penty: “She’s more like me than I imagined. We are very similar and that was a very pleasant surprise.”
Diana Penty about Ali Fazal: “I found out fairly recently that he plays the guitar, he sings and he dances really well.”
Ali Fazal about Jimmy Shergill: “He’s a lovely singer, closet singer.”
After discussing fun facts about each other, they went on to tell us the most fun advice they received while entering the industry and played super fun rounds of The Firstpost Show Face Off. To know what are the advices each one of them got and to find out how they performed in Funny Face Off, watch the full episode right here.
From Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge to Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Shahrukh Khan has played the quintessential lover boy several times on screen. His portrayal of Raj/Rahul (naam toh suna hoga) certainly helped his career’s meteoric rise. But time and again he has proved that there is more to him as an actor than just opening his arms to a lady love as she runs to him.
As King Khan celebrates his 50th birthday on 2 November, he will soon be seen in two unusual movies that are quite different from his usual repertoire.
There is Fan, where he is not only playing himself (a la Billu) but also the title character of a guy who is the biggest fan of… wait for it… Shahrukh Khan! It is set to release on 15 April, 2016.
And then we have Raees, where he is co-starring with Pakistani actress Mahira Khan. Buzz is, it’s a cops-and-robbers movie, in which Khan plays a bootlegger being chased by a cop, played by Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Definitely something to look forward to.
On Shah Rukh Khan’s 50th birthday, we pay tribute to all those times in his career that he has dared to break the mould and look at the films where he has played more than just the chocolate lover boy.
New York: On her 82nd birthday on Tuesday, legendary singer Asha Bhosle reached the Big Apple, where she is excited to perform later this week.
Asha, whose musical prowess has been proven by songs like “Dil cheez kya hai”, “Dum maro dum” and “Piya tu ab toh aaja”, took to Twitter to share that she is out on a tour in the US.
“Just arrived in NYC. Thank you once again for your love and kind wishes. Looking forward to performing in New Jersey on 13 September,” the Padma Vibhushan awardee tweeted.
With over six decades of singing in multiple languages, Asha is one of the most regarded music artistes across the world. A master of a variety of genres, she has performed several times on foreign shores and even once collaborated with cricketer Brett Lee for a song.
Asha was even wished on Twitter by her elder sister and India’s nightingale Lata Mangeshkar, who shared some of their childhood memories via photographs with their fans.
Thanking her “didi”, Asha tweeted: “Didi’s ashirvad is always with me but this time it’s special since I’m far away on tour in USA and her support and guidance is invaluable.”