Song ‘Lazy lad’ goes to Hollywood

Mumbai, May 29 (IANS) Actress Vidya Balan’s song “Lazy lad” from her forthcoming movie “Ghanchakkar” is being processed in Hollywood.

“It is true that Ghanchakkar’s third song ‘Lazy Lad’, which sees Vidya Balan describing the traits of men through Emraan Hashmi’s character in the film, has been sent to Hollywood. Work has been happening at the prestigious Duluxe studio where the song is being processed to make it look like a chic music video,” a source confirmed the news.

“The song and music video is quirky, fun, colourful and it was important that it was processed at a world class studio for the video to have the right texture,” the source added.

Directed by Rajkumar Gupta, “Ghanchakkar” is set to release June 28.

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Vikram Bhatts daughter to assist him in ‘Creature’

Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt’s daughter Krishna is all set to assist her father in his next directorial venture “Creature”.

“My daughter will be assisting me for the first time, so this is her first film officially. This is the first creature film, which will be like ‘Jurrasic Park’ and ‘Anaconda’. It will be in 3D and it might come in Imax,” Bhatt told IANS.

“Creature” features Bipasha Basu in the lead role and will entirely be shot in Ooty. Shooting is expected to star by first week of June.

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Manish Malhotra excited about ‘Once Upon A Time…’

Manish Malhotra has designed Sonakshi Sinha’s look in “Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Again” and he is looking forward to the response.

Sonakshi plays an humble film star in the movie and the trailer shows her in various colourful Indian outfits.

“Excited about Sonakshi Sinha’s look in Milan Luthria’s ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Again’,” Malhotra posted on Twitter and added that “Milan Luthria is a fabulous director to work with”.

A sequel to 2010 hit underworld drama “Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai”, it also stars Akshay Kumar and Imran Khan in lead role. The movie is slated to release on Eid this year.

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