"It was definitely a burden for me. The first part was a sleeper hit. I had to keep in mind several things. But I still did not pay much attention to the burden part because I have a feeling that this film is surely going to repeat the history. The script of the film is strong and we had a great time shooting it," Manish Paul said
"The film is not on intolerance. It's on freedom of expression. People are taking about it and there is so much debate on it. So, it's a commentary on that. It will be funny as hell. It's tough because it might not get accepted by the audience" said Abhishek Sharma
"It was a strict schedule of three months to get into shape. I was off carbs and sugar and worked out twice a day before the shoot commenced. After it got over, I binged on ice cream and parathas for a month," said Ali Zafar
Sikander is currently busy promoting his film Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive. "My dad called me and said that he is getting a Padma Bhushan. I was damn excited when he called me. I was shooting for 24 in Pune. I told everybody on the sets about it. It's a great honour and I think dad deserves this. He is a great man," said Sikander
Tere Bin Laden director Abhishek Sharma will now reportedly direct the remake of Shaukeen. The film was initially supposed to be directed by Rumi Jaffrey who then walked out of the project which is being produced by Akshay Kumar.
Actor, singer and now artist, Ali Zafar plans to paint some of Bollywood's biggest stars - among them, Katrina.
Films like Tere Bin Laden and Udaan have finally proved that good things can come in small packages.
Lamhaa and Tere Bin Laden open at the box office this Friday. It's interesting to see if Osama Bin Laden will manage to overcome Lamhaa.
Noida based Pradhuman Singh Mall never thought in his wildest dreams that he'd be playing the comic character of the most wanted man on the face of the earth! Amused by audience reactions, Pradhuman says, “Folks that's me!”