Mumbai, Aug 18 :
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has finished shooting for R. Balakrishnan’s directorial “Shamitabh” and is ready to take up the next project.
“Shamitabh’ hits the last day for me … after a hard day on location several miles away from the city, they cheer for me as I leave … to continue the next work and schedule on hand,” he posted on his blog srbachchan.tumblr.com.
The movie, also starring Dhanush, marks the Bollywood debut of southern superstar actor Kamal Haasan’s daughter Akshara.
Om Puri fine after mouth surgery
Veteran actor Om Puri, who recently underwent mouth surgery, says all is well now.
“It was a small surgery. I was in the hospital just for two days. Now, I am absolutely fine,” he said.
On the work front, he was recently seen in Swedish director Lasse Hallstrom’s “The Hundred Foot Journey”.
‘Creature 3D’ not a horror movie, says Bipasha
Bipasha Basu has spooked the audience by acting in horror films “Raaz” and “Aatma”. But she says her forthcoming film “Creature 3D” does not belong to the genre.
“It’s the first Indian creature film and that was the most exciting part… also being done by Vikram Bhatt is great,” she said.
“I really didn’t know where we were going to head. We shot the entire film and it was completely on the basis of trust, Now ‘Creature’ has been made and it’s looking exciting.
“Anybody who thinks it’s a horror film doesn’t have the right information. It’s a film like “Jurassic Park” or “Anaconda”. It’s action-oriented and adventurous film,” she said.
Also starring Imran Abbas, it is produced under the banner of T-Series and is slated to release Sep 12.
Sridevi cherishes Chennai days
Sridevi may be a Bollywood star, but she still cherishes her days spent in Chennai.
The capital of Tamil Nadu will celebrate its 375th birth anniversary Aug 22 and the actress, who featured in Tamil movies like “Muruga” and “Pagalil Oru Iravu”, took to Twitter to wish the people there.
“I cherish lots of memories attached with Chennai over the years and congratulate the people of this great city on its 375th anniversary,” she tweeted.