Mumbai, June 2 (IANS) It’s really blissful for Manisha Koirala to walk down the streets, shop and bargain after having stayed in bed battling +ovarian cancer. These small joys of life are a welcome change for the actress, who has now recovered from the disease.
“I do love shopping on street fairs…have a lemonade, fresh corn…bargain a bit for antique jewellery..,felt great to walk on the street,” the actress of “Bombay” and “1942: A Love Story” shared her feelings through her post on Twitter.
Manisha was initially admitted to Mumbai’s Jaslok Hospital Nov 28 last year, but after that she flew to the US for further treatment. The 42-year-old has recovered and is expected to return to India in July.
Soha completes a year on Twitter
Actress Soha Ali Khan has completed a year of tweeting on micro blogging site Twitter and calls it her “longest social-networking commitment”.
“One year on Twitter today (Sunday)! It’s been my longest social-networking commitment – thanks to all of you for keeping it interesting,” Soha, 34, posted.
She is currently shooting for “War Chod Na Yaar”, being directed by Faraz Haider and produced by AOPL Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.
The movie also features Sharman Joshi, Jaaved Jaffrey and Mukul Dev and the team has wrapped up schedules in Bikaner and Delhi.
Satish Kaushik thanks cast
“Gang Of Ghosts” shooting is going on in scorching heat in Surat, Gujarat, and director Satish Kaushik is grateful to his team for working in the heat.
Kaushik took to Twitter and thanked them saying: “Thanks my ensemble cast and crew for bearing high temperature in Surat and yet sharing my passion for shooting ‘Gang Of Ghosts’.”
A Hindi remake of Bengali blockbuster “Bhooter Bhabishyat”, it stars Mahie Gill, Sharman Joshi, Chunky Pandey, Anupam Kher and marks southern actress Meera Chopra’s entry into Bollywood.
Producer Ratan Jain has bought the rights of the 2012 film, which was a horror-based comic entertainer.
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