I’ve always been a spontaneous person: Preity Zinta (Film Snippets)

Mumbai, April 5 (Calcutta Tube) Actress Preity Zinta, who is currently making her presence felt on the small screen as the host of ‘Guinness World Records – Ab India Todega’, says she doesn’t think much before taking her decisions.

‘I’ve always been a very spontaneous person in my decisions. The fact that I jumped into cricket so quickly, that’s a very big decision at the peak of your career. Not think and go. I got into films also like that without thinking too much. I think I believe in destiny and that’s why I leave everything on it,’ the model-turned-actress told IANS.

The 36-year-old, who took a two-year gap from films, will return to Bollywood this year with a couple of projects.

She gave hits like ‘Soldier’, ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho’, ‘Dil Chahta Hai’, ‘Koi…Mil Gaya’ and ‘Salaam Namaste’.


Govinda and Yuvika’s fish trouble!

Govinda and newbie Yuvika Chaudhary were caught in a tough spot recently when they had to shoot a romantic scene for their coming film ‘Naughty@40’ at Madh Island.

‘Yuvika and Govinda had to do a romantic scene, but around afternoon the area where they were shooting started stinking of fish. Initially, things were still bearable, but the stench grew so much that the entire unit had to tie towels on their nose and mouth to escape the torture,’ said a source from the unit.

‘The situation was bad because of the stink and both the actors had to shoot a romantic scene. Every time they had to do the scene they would uncover the nose. This made the situation funny as Yuvika kept on spraying her perfume every now and then. The stench made things very difficult,’ added the source.

‘Naughty@40’ is a comedy being directed by Jagmohan Mundhra.


Shot for ‘Teen Thay Bhai’ in minus 13 degree Celsius: Om Puri

He has done many difficult roles in his more than three decades’ long career, but shooting for upcoming film ‘Teen Thay Bhai’ was one of the toughest for Om Puri because he had to work in extreme cold conditions.

‘The film is entirely shot in Gulmarg, Kashmir, which was very pretty but extremely tough at the same time because we were shooting this film in winter when it was snowing heavily and the temperature was -13 degrees celsius. So it was very hard shooting this film. But looking back at it I think it was still great fun,’ the actor told IANS.

‘Teen Thay Bhai’, slated to release April 15, is a Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra production and also stars Shreyas Talpade, Deepak Dobriyal and Ragini Khanna.

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