There's also a BTS video of what actually went down during the cover shoot. Looks like it was a fun-filled session of Anil Kapoor vs Harshvardhan
"More than your talent and all your wonderful gifts, your strength of character and work ethic is what I'm proud off! Love you brother, happy, happy birthday!!" Sonam Kapoor wrote on Instagram along with a quote from Calvin Coolidge
"Well, obviously Mirzya didn't do well at the box-office which is fine. It's not a film for everybody," Harshvardhan said
"Mirza Sahiban is an Indian story. The only thing unconventional is the present day shoot. I don't think about my choices with box office in mind. You can decide to do a film thinking what the box office number would be on Friday, but the box office only comes to mind when you are promoting the film. Till then you are focusing on making the best film possible," Harshvardhan said
"I was not even approached for Bhavesh Joshi. I have absolutely no clue where this rumour came from," Radhika Apte said in a statement
Earlier, Imran Khan was supposed to play the male lead in Bhavesh Joshi, but the director altered his decision and claims there is no bad blood.
Filmmaker Vikramaditya Motwane feels the genre is not getting its due despite dealing with interesting issues.
The 29-year-old was criticised for his inability to dance or to emote well in his debut film Student of the Year
He is excited about the Endemol production as he wanted to play the role of a fighter since childhood.
Last seen in Gori Tere Pyaar Mein, the actor is currently awaiting the arrival of his first baby with wife Avantika.
Imran Khan teamed for the second time with Kareena Kapoor for Gori Tere Pyaar Mein, which failed to entice the box office. The actor says instead of blaming just the lead pair, everyone should analyse what the real problem was.
Actor Imran Khan says his next film Bhavesh Joshi with director Vikramaditya Motwane is set in the real world and that it has nothing to do with supernatural or sci-fi elements.