Mumbai: Unlike most emerging stars in Bollywood, actor Tiger Shroff says he doesn't want to work with any of the Hindi film industry's top three Khans -- Shah Rukh, Salman and Aamir. He has his own reason for it.
At an event here to unveil the new initiative of a fashion store, Tiger was asked that out of the three, whom would he would like to work with.
He said: "None of them. Who would watch me then?"
Always open to sensible cinema: Palash Sen
Singer-actor Palash Sen, a doctor by qualification, will next be seen in "Aisa Yeh Jahaan". The "Filhaal" actor says he found the movie sensible to do.
"I'm always open to good, sensible and sensitive subjects. (For a long time) I never got offer which was sensible enough for me to do. But with this film, I found it. Even the music is something which I can do as per my choice. There was no compulsion of giving jazzy item numbers. I had a freedom of giving music which I believe in," Palash said here.
The frontman of band Euphoria, Palash has also composed the film's music.
The movie's story revolves around the issue of people coming from different parts of India to Mumbai and what difficulties they face. It also talks about nature and environment.
Directed by Biswajeet Bora and produced by Kholie entertainment, the film also stars Ira Dubey, Abhilasha Sinha, Kinshuk Sen, Sunit Bora and "Indian Idol Junior" 2013 winner Anjana Padmanabhan.
Arshad hopes for 'raise' post 'Guddu Rangeela'
Actor Arshad Warsi hopes that his latest release "Guddu Rangeela" fetches so much appreciation that he is able to demand a higher remuneration for his future projects.
At the launch of a new multiplex here, he quipped: "The movie ('Guddu Rangeela') was released in Dubai. It has been getting great reviews and praises. It is been hailed as 'cult movie. I just hope something like this happens in India, It would be super fun.
"I swear it, I'd increase my remuneration...it's been while since it has been raised," added the actor, whose last outing "Welcome To Karachi" failed to create much magic.
Directed by Subhash Kapoor, "Guddu Rangeela" also stars Amit Sadh and Aditi Rao Hydari.