Nargis Fakhri said: "When you are on sets you are always acting you are not interacting with people in life and not learning anything new"
Uday Chopra tweeted "I wanna go to Rome in April. Nargis Fakhri wanna join me?"
When asked why she wants to be a model, Nargis claimed it to be 'just a job,' which seemed to not fly down well with the judges
After Pink, set in urban India and discussing the tough life of working women, director Leela Yadav brings Parched, a tale set in rural Kutch.
The song talks about how it'll play in every corner of the world - "from Nagpur to New York, from Lucknow to London, from Patna to Paris, from Jaipur to Japan"
"It will go on floors by November, once I finish shooting for Bareily Ki Barfi. We will be shooting in Chandigarh and LA. As far as Nargis is concerned, I feel she is a fantastic and lovely girl. I haven't met her yet, but I have seen her work in Madras Cafe," said Rajkummar
Riteish sings, day dreams and whiles away time at a local bar, a fish market and the outskirts of the city while Nargis continues to make appearances in his imagination. Riteish and Nargis also have a Titanic moment but on a rusted and deserted boat
Nargis Fakhri was in Mumbai when the incident happened. The official said the card was used to withdraw money and not for other purposes like shopping
"Banjo is indeed an extremely special film because my friend Ravi Jadhav and Krishika Lulla (producer) both thought of me in this role, which is probably against a so-called type. It is not a comedy. It is a musical," said Riteish Deshmukh
"I didn't have people around to inspire me. But after my first film, I got inspired to try the acoustic guitar. It's hard for me but I still try. I have three of them at home and I pick it up once in a while," said Nargis Fakhri
The trailer shows the 37-year-old actor as a slum dweller with big dreams and introduces him as 'Banjo ke duniya ka Bachchan.' He looks like an unkempt musician, with long unruly hair. Nargis travels to India to find Riteish and his band, and plans to show the world their talent.
"Your question is irrelevant, so it's quite sad. I don't think you should continue," said Nargis Fakhri