Riteish enjoys being busy (Movie Snippets)

New Delhi, April 13 (IANS) Actor Riteish Deshmukh is busy with work and he says he is enjoying it.

“Shooting for ‘Grand Masti’ and ‘India’s Dancing Superstar’ back-to-back. Long hours, but enjoying being on both the sets,” tweeted Riteish.

“Grand Masti”, a sequel to the 2004 film “Masti”, also features Vivek Oberoi and Aftab Shivdasani, while “India’s Dancing Superstar” is Riteish’s first brush with reality television. He is on the judges’ panel in the show, which will go on air on Star Plus soon.


‘I Don’t Luv U’ releases May 17

“I Don’t Luv U”, a movie on modern youth and how casually they tackle relationships, will hit the screens May 17.

Written-directed by Amit Kasaria, the “dark love story” features Ruslaan Mumtaz and debutant Chetna Pande, and it focuses on how the youth is wary of commitments. Presented by Amrapali Media Vision, it is co-produced by Anil Kumar Sharma and Pallavi Mishra.

“The film is about transforming mindset into mind change of the youth and tries to touch the heart of each youth. It contains a message you have never experienced before

and you will never forget after,” Sharma said in a statement.

The movie is said to have a strong combination of “powerful script, screenplay, lyrics and music,” said Mishra

“Music is the USP of our film and the famous singers – Mika Singh, Shaan and Javed Ali have lend their melodious voices to the heart-touching and foot-tapping songs,” Mishra added.


What’s one thing Chitrangada never forgets?

Chitrangada Singh likes her simple style, but one thing she says she never leaves home without are her ear studs.

“I have a stud on my ear, and without that I don’t step out of the house,” Chitrangada told IANS.

The actress was in the capital to walk the ramp at Hazoorilal Jewellers’ show at the India International Jewellery Week here Friday evening. She wore a heavy polki piece around her neck as the showstopper.

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