Mumbai, Jan 5 (Calcutta Tube) Actress-filmmaker Hema Malini says her younger daughter Ahana is scripting a story for her next movie.
‘Ahana is developing my next story, she is writing it. She is very good at writing,’ Hema told IANS.
The actress didn’t specify whether she will be direct or produce the film.
Hema also informed that Ahana is a very easy going person and not a workaholic like her and her elder daughter Esha.
‘Ahana likes to take things very easy. She is not like me and Esha. I am very work conscious and so is Esha,’ said the 62-year-old.
Don’t see myself making candyfloss films: Rajkumar Gupta
Two films-old director Rajkumar Gupta, whose latest ‘No One Killed Jessica’ is ready to hit screens Friday, doesn’t believe in spinning sugary, sweet and unrealistic stories on celluloid.
‘My first and second films are very real because I want to make films about this world. I don’t want to make a film about a world that doesn’t exist. I don’t want to be part of any alien world. So I don’t see myself doing candyfloss stuff,’ Gupta, who made a mark with is crtically acclaimed directorial debut ‘Aamir’, told IANS.
‘But in case of genres, I would love to explore each and every one,’ he added
‘No One Killed Jessica’, starring Rani Mukerji and Vidya Balan is based on model Jessica Lal’s murder.
Nowadays, one has to blow his own trumpet: Dharmendra
Veteran actor Dharmendra, who is returning to the big screen after three years with ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana’, says unlike older times, today everyone has to boast about oneself to get success.
‘Promotions are a part of our profession nowadays. In earlier times we were not required to do all this. Nowadays you have to blow your own trumpet,’ Dharmendra told IANS.
‘My heart keeps asking why are you doing what you never used to do, but my mind tells me that this is a trend so you have to do it. Today, the scenario is that more you are seen, more you are valued. So I’m also following that path,’ he added.
The film is slated for a Jan 14 release.
–Indo-Asian news Service