Mumbai, May 31 (IANS) Actress Genelia D’Souza has been a regular on the sets of her actor-husband Riteish Deshmukh’s “Grand Masti”, and much to the delight of everyone, she got home-cooked food.
“To make the environment even more homely, Genelia would usually come around lunch time with yummy home-cooked food — from aamti, puran poli, Kolhapuri fish to shrikhand and that too in such large portions that the entire unit would pig out,” said a source from the movie’s sets.
Producer Ashok Thakeria says it was “very generous and sweet” of Genelia.
“She got such grand portions that the entire unit would enjoy the home food and Maharashtrian delicacies. It used to be a total ‘Grand Masti’ with a grand spread, thanks to Genelia,” Thakeria said in a statement.
“Grand Masti” reunites Riteish, Aftab Shivdasani and Vivek Oberoi seven years after they featured in “Masti”. They have been bonding well thanks to their long shooting schedules.
The film, directed by Indra Kumar, also features Karishma Tanna, Manjari Phadnis and Sonali Kulkarni.
Sonu hails Puri Jagannadh
Actor Sonu Sood says he has been offered the best roles by filmmaker Puri Jagannadh, who has a grip on what the audience wants to watch.
“Have done three films with Puri Jagannadh and can vouch he gave me the best. A technician par excellence who understands the pulse of audience best,” tweeted Sonu.
The duo joined forces for movies like “Super” and “Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap”.
Acting is about own hard work: Ranbir
He belongs to Bollywood’s famed Kapoor family, but actor Ranbir believes success comes with one’s own hard work.
“If you have to become an actor, it is about your own hard work and intelligence, your own efforts and perspective of life. All these things will make you a good actor,” Ranbir told IANS on being asked if being a Kapoor has helped him.
His latest film to hit the theatres is “Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani”, in which he is paired opposite his former lady love Deepika Padukone.
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