Pakistani actor-musician Ali Zafar clarifies that he's away from Chashme Baddoor promotion in India not due to visa problems but because he is busy shooting E Niwas' Aman Ki Asha, a film on India-Pakistan amity.
Kunaal Roy Kapur, who sports a much trimmed physique in the promos of forthcoming comedy Nautanki Saala compared to his overweight appearance in Delhi Belly, clarifies that he lost weight for himself and not for the movie.
Actor-director Kunal Roy Kapoor, who is gearing up for Nautanki Saala release, is scripting his second film as a director and says it will be a social satire.
David Dhawan apparently irked at Ali Zafar being unavailable to promote his next Chashme Buddoor.
Pakistani singer-actor Ali Zafar, who will be seen in the remake version of Chashme Baddoor, says that remakes are made to earn profit when at times Bollywood runs out of original ideas.
For the music launch of David Dhawan's Chashme Baddoor, a shopping mall in Mumbai has been recreated into a Goa cafe.
A group of policemen in Goa recently pulled over Ali Zafar and his co-stars Siddharth and Divyendu Sharma at a junction near Candolim beach for allegedly violating road safety rules.
Pakistani singer-actor Ali Zafar starrer Chashme Buddoor, remake of the hit 1981 film of the same name, will be released on April 5 this year.