Mumbai, July 01: Southern beauty Asin Thottumkal, who has shared screen space with Bollywood star Salman Khan in two films, says that the actor encourages new talent a lot.
“Salman is quite encouraging of new talent. I saw a lot of these young boys come up to him with their portfolios for a break and he really encourages them…. takes them under his wings and does whatever he can to help them. I found that very nice and endearing,” Asin told IANS.
The 25-year-old actress has worked with Salman in the films “London Dreams” and “Ready”.
We will produce two films a year: Zayed Khan
Actor Zayed Khan, who has donned the producer’s hat with upcoming film “Love, Breakups, Zindagi”, revealed that his production house Born Free Entertainment that he has launched in partnership with Dia Mirza and Sahil Singha will produce at least two films a year.
“We will produce two films a year. All kinds of films – it doesn’t have to be just one type of film. We don’t want to be known as the specialists of any one genre. We are here for the passion of cinema and want to do all kinds of stuff,” Zayed told IANS.
“Love, Breakups, Zindagi”, directed by Singha, will release in August.
Arshad hated Aashish’s female look in ‘Double Dhamaal’
Arshad Warsi completely hated co-actor Aashish Chaudhary’s female avatar in their recently released comedy film “Double Dhamaal”.
“I hated it, I couldn’t stand it, I thought it was disgusting. I used to stare at him and he used to feel that I’m looking at him because he is looking too hot but I used to tell him, ‘Dude you look sick, it’s disgusting’. But he has done such a good job. He worked so hard on it, waxed himself. The look was too detailed,” Arshad told IANS.
“Double Dhamaal”, which released on June 24, is a sequel to the 2007 film “Dhamaal”. The project stars most of the actors from the first film, including Sanjay Dutt, Jaaved Jaaferi and Riteish Deshmukh apart from Aashish and Arshad, with new additions including Mallika Sherawat, Kangna Ranaut and Satish Kaushik. It is directed by Indra Kumar and produced by Ashok Thakeria.