Mumbai: Superstar Aamir Khan has wished good luck to actor R. Madhavan and filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani for the upcoming film “Saala Khadoos”.
Aamir, who collaborated with Madhavan in “3 Idiots” and with Hirani in films like “3 Idiots” and “PK”, took to Twitter on Sunday night to wish them.
“Raju, Maddy, all the best. Love. a.,” Aamir wrote.
Produced by filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani, “Saala Khadoos”, which marks the directorial debut of Sudha Kongara Prasad, was earlier scheduled to release on October 16.
It is Madhavan’s second movie with Hirani after “3 Idiots”.
Meanwhile, Aamir will next be seen in “Dangal”, which is directed by Nitesh Tiwari and jointly produced by Aamir, Kiran Rao and Siddharth Roy Kapur.
It is based on the life of former wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat.
‘Sanam Teri Kasam’ appears to be different film: Hema Malini
Veteran actress and BJP Lok Sabha member Hema Malini has lauded the trailer of the upcoming film “Sanam Teri Kasam”, which is co-directed by Radhika Rao and Vinay Sapru.
The 67-year-old Bharatanatyam dancer says the upcoming romantic film “appears to be a film with a difference”.
“Watched trailer of ‘Sanam Teri Kasam’ produced by Deepak Mukut. Appears to be a film with a difference,” the “Dream Girl” actress tweeted on Monday.
“Sanam Teri Kasam” stars Telugu actor Harshvardhan Rane and Pakistani actress Mawra Hocane. The film marks the Bollywood debut for both the fresh faces.
The “Satte Pe Satta” actress praised the “promising” actors and said that they look “enthusiastic and totally into their roles”.
“The film has a cast of very promising newcomers who look enthusiastic and totally into their roles. Hope the film turns out as good as the trailer,” she wrote.
The film is slated to hit the screens next year.
Flared pants not Fawad Khan’s style
Pakistani actor Fawad Khan, who will be next seen in the Bollywood romantic drama “Kapoor and Sons”, says the fashion in Hindi cinema during the 1980s was “not” something “what he liked”.
Asked if B’Town influenced his fashion choices when he was growing up, Fawad told Colors Infinity channel’s “Born Stylish”: “As far as style is concerned, no. The Bollywood we were watching when we were growing up, it was that time when Amitabh Bachchan was doing films like ‘Satte Pe Satta’ and Anil Kapoor was doing ‘Mr. India’.”
“In the 80s, the film fashion was a bit something that was probably not in line with what I liked particularly,” he added.
The actor, who made his debut in Bollywood with “Khuda Kay Liye”, and gained recognition with the 2014 film “Khoobsurat”, says he “thought” men shouldn’t wear flared pants.
“For the longest time, they were wearing flared-bottom trousers; they would start flaring from the knee-down so that’s not the kind of fashion that I necessarily agree to. I never thought men should wear all those,” he said.
The actor, who has been lauded for being a lead actor in the TV show “Humsafar”, added that the fashion trend in the 1970s and 1980s did not “influence” his “kind of fashion”.