Oscar day is going to be a big night for actress Priyanka Chopra, who has been announced as one of the presenters at Hollywood's most prestigious award show. Wishes poured in from actors Dia Mirza and Vir Das, and her Jai Gangaajal and Teri Meri Kahaani directors Prakash Jha and Kunal Kohli
Asked about the scene which made her uncomfortable, Sunny Leone said, "Mine was more in the first half. I have two uncomfortable scenes. I cringed before doing it and also thinking that I did it and after watching it on the monitor. I was like, 'Oh, my gosh. What am I doing?' (laughs). But, it was part of the character"
Bollywood celebrities including Shekhar Kapur and Shruti Haasan have mourned the death of legendary British singer-songwriter David Bowie, who died on January 10. "You defined a generation and left us. Always rebellious. Always redefining music. Always provocative," Vir Das wrote on Twitter
"If people think I can do anything onscreen, then that's a natural thing for them to think. I can't do anything about that. As an actor when you start putting limitations, you don't have an open mind to explore," said Sunny Leone. Mastizaade also features Tusshar Kapoor and Vir Das
"It was fun learning Punjabi, I now have another language in my list and I always like doing a character by completely being engrossed in it, there is no half way," Vir Das said in a statement
"Some things went down at the Delhi show of the Unbelievable Tour that I feel are indicative of a scary time approaching," Vir wrote on Twitter
Sunny Leone has started working on her new film Mastizaade, which is a sex comedy, produced by Pritish Nandy.
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We also have Rajshri's Samrat & Co starring Rajeev Khandelwal as a private detective investigating a mysterious case in a mysterious house.
Kangana Ranaut's new film Revolver Rani is yet to release, but for the actress, it is already a success. She says the film is even better than the script envisaged.
Vir Das is primarily known for his brand of comedy and comic timing, but he plays a dark character in Revolver Rani. He says an actor must try different things, and with his latest film, he's just stepping out of his "comfort zone".