Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra commences India tour at NCPA, Mumbai

(India tour to cover Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai)
In wake of a gamut of events, initiatives and programmes to commemorate the 60th year of diplomatic ties between India and Germany, the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra today commenced its India tour in Mumbai at the National Centre for the Performing Arts. The tour is part of the ongoing programme series "Germany and India 2011-2012: Infinite Opportunities" which commenced in September this year. Many more such events and programmes are planned during the course of this series. Founded in 1945, the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra has been at the top of the international orchestral scene for more than 65 years. As the world’s oldest professional chamber orchestra, it undoubtedly serves as a model for others and has therefore been selected as part of the cultural exchange under the ongoing India – Germany diplomatic ties commemoration. Having made its debut in India in the year 1956, the present tour is the orchestra’s fourth one, the third being in the year 2010. The Orchestra’s repeated performances are the result of continuous collaborations with event hosts in India who time and again welcome and support their concerts in the subcontinent. During its present chapter the orchestra will tour three cities in India – Mumbai on December 1 and 2, 2011, Bangalore on December 3, 2011 and Chennai on December 4, 2011. Sponsored by the Bosch and "Germany and India 2011-2012: Infinite Opportunities", the Orchestra’s tour has a new feature. This feature is the ensemble’s association with an India Orchestra namely the Symphony Orchestra of India. One of the two-day performances at Mumbai will have the Symphony Orchestra of India performing along with the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra. The Symphony Orchestra of India musicians will continue to perform with the ensemble at Bangalore and Chennai as well Founded in August 2006 by the National Centre for the Performing Arts, the Symphony Orchestra of India is the country‘s first fully professional symphony.orchestra. Despite recruiting musicians from the international field, the orchestra places great emphasis on developing musical potential within India itself. With 16 Indian players in the ensemble, it is based in Mumbai but tours nationally. The first concert in Mumbai will commence with an immortal, epoch-defining concerto grosso by two Baroque masters – Corelli and Handel, touch upon yet another Baroque genius – Vivaldi, progress into the Classical (Mozart), the Classical-Romantic (Hummel), the Romantic (Mendelssohn) periods and end with the works of archetypal, yet completely diverse modern composers – Shoshtakovitch and Britten. Bach, ever-beloved, omnipresent, indispensable, is celebrated, en route, with a Reger transcription of the chorale, “Oh Man, bewail your great sins” (on December 1) and by the rarely heard Concerto for three violins (on December 2). Commenting on the occasion, Mr. Sanjay Chakravarty, Head, Corporate Communications, Bosch Group India said “It is indeed an honour for Bosch to facilitate and be part of such cultural exchange, we hope to support and see many more of such initiatives.” The Chairman of the NCPA, Mr. Khushroo N. Suntook, says, “The NCPA, welcome back the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra. We are certain that this great ensemble will enthrall our audiences with fine musicianship.” As per Mr. Max Wagner, Managing Director of Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra,” We are the only western orchestra that tours India regularly. We hope that this tradition will go on for a long time. We are also thankful to NCPA, Bosch and the programme series "Germany and India 2011-2012: Infinite Opportunities" for supporting us for this tour. This tour would have not been possible without their assistance.”

Tuesday, 29 November 2011

M. S. Dhoni releases Music of Film "KYA YAHI SACH HAI"


It was the first event, where cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni came to release music of a film ‘Kya Yehi Sach Hai’ on 28th November at Juhu Millennium Club, Mumbai. Y. P. Singh’s hard-hitting film ‘Kya Yehi Sach Hai’ is based on police and bureaucratic corruption. The film is ready for release on 30th Decenber.
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Suresh Shelakar , a SSC passed seemed to have made the right choice of education for the longest time in keeping with his ambition of becoming a BEST service person. This till he decided to venture into short filmmaking - a field completely different from the academic background he had pursued . " I was a top performer in School. No one , including my parents, expected me to take up short films, shares Suresh , whose very short film Birthday went on to outdo everybody's expectations with a nomination at different film festivals.
Suresh is not an expectation. His is, in fact' a case amongst a growing number of students from completely unrelated and unallied  academic qualifications entering the world of short films- as writers, directors, editors and a lot more- first as a hobby that translates into passion and in some cases, a full -time profession.
For many, their first encounter with short films is triggered by the need to explore new media of visual expression. Says Suresh , a BEST worker , " As BEST worker , we are always exploring new media of visual representation. It was then I realised that filmmaking is not very different from my work and decided to try hand at it. I've never stopped making short films after that!.
Not belonging to a film or devoid of a course in filmmaking does not seem to be a deterrent to those who wish to share a story on celluloid." Filmmaking is for anybody who understands it. The only advantage of attending a film school is that it shortens the time frame for learning and lets you network with like-minded people. Apart from that , nobody really cares what institute you come from as long as you can tell and sell your story. From an Indian perspective , self-learning and practical filmmaking is even more important as film school fees are very high.
Cinema has always excited the average Joe on the street. All of us have a story to tell. Earlier, not too many people could be a part of it due to lack of resources. Slowly, people are realising the power of short films, which by virtue of their dynamics allow many people to participate in the process. making a short film neither requires excessively developed technical skills nor sophisticated equipment. This work very well for students, even those pursuing different courses."
In a bollywood-obessed nation like ours, it is not surprising to know that many are also looking at short films as a sort of launchpad for feature films. Agrees Suresh , " Short filmmaking is seen as a stepping stone towards feature filmmaking by many people. As a director you may have to manage only one particular task but as a film maker you are expected to understand every aspent of filmmaking from handling the camera to writing, editing, mixing sound, etc , which is essentially what making short films teach you."
What ever the reasons, the popularity of short filmmaking among people seems to be a trend that is here to stay. If you find yourself being constantly distracted by the lure of telling a story, you know short films is calling too.

Friday, 25 November 2011

Juhi Chawla Hitting Social Work

Actress Juhi Chawla and  Santoor player Rahul Sharma have made a special photo-shoot along with the kids suffering from the disease at residence of Juhi Chawla Malabar Hills, Mumbai on 23rd November to support the cause of Thalassaemia disease patient. The Mumbai Thalassaemic Society is organizing a musical program on 14th December in Mumbai, where Rahul will perform musical program and Juhi Chawla will do comparing. 

Thursday, 24 November 2011

Kishore Kumar’s First wife Ruma Devi’s 75th Birthday

Ruma Devi, first wife of legendry Kishore Kumar turned 75. Thier son Amit Kumar has organized a lavish bash at his Bungalow Gauri Kunj, Kishore Kumar Ganguli Marg, Juhu on 21st November. In this birthday party ace lyricist Javed Akhtar has launched Amit Kumar’s website Amit Kumar told that he he is making a album, for which songs are written by Javed Akhtar and Sudhakar Sharma. In this occasion Javed Akhtar, Sudhakar Sharma, yesteryear acteress and fourth wife of Kishore Kumar, Leena Chandravarkar and guest were present.

Mahurat of ENEMMY

Mithun Chakraborty, Sunil Shetty, Johny Lever director Ashu Trikha and Mahaakshay got together at Versova Village and Madh Island on the Mahurat of their film ENEMMY. Braving the sweltering heat, armed with nariyal pani and fruits, the team shot effortlessly in a small restaurant, at the waterfront and in the garden of Madh bungalow.

Sunil Shetty admitted, “the script appealed to me,

“ Mahaakshay was happy that he was with such senior actors and it would give him a lot of learning, Johny Lever was excited about playing a cop “with a sense of humour and a heart.” Mithun da was present at the Madh bungalow watching the happenings with pride, this being his production venture. Said he, “Enemmy is not called so due to  numerology. It is named so after its six principal characters, Eklavya Karmarkar aka Bhau ( Suniel Shetty ), Naeem Shaikh {KK Menon}, Eric Collaco ( Johnny Lever ) and Madhav Sinha  aka Maddy ( Mahaakshay Chakraborty ), four daredevil CID officers, who can be relied upon whenever the city faces problems from the underworld,  a don responsible for mayhem -- Mukhtar Menon (Mahesh Manjrekar)  and  one CBI officer Yugantar Sharma (Mithun Chakraborty). Mithun da’s thought appealed to director Ashuu Trikha who went in for the title.
A hard day’s work was followed by the bonding of the actors, as the sun set on Madh Island. The coolness of the air went down quietly with large dahi kachoris, sandwiches and steaming cups of coffee. All in all a memorable Mahurat indeed.

Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Kashmera Shah beats up reality show Contestant!

It’s been quite some time Kashmera Shah has been done and over with Rakhi Sawant and Bigg Boss, but the gal still seems to have a strong hangover from the House of Scandal. While shooting her latest reality show Steal Ur Girlfriend for Channel [V], Kash, who anchors it in true-blue chick-flick style, actually beat up a contestant called Atirek Sharma.
Reason? “The guy just didn’t understand how to sweep a girl off her feet,” Kash snaps, as if justifying her actions.
Hitting Atirek Sharma on his head, Kash got so involved in the show’s proceedings that she started laughing an evil laughter while punching the poor guy who didn’t know whether to cry or get turned on as Kash was right on top of him. As the baffled contestant took a breather, she looked him in the eye, gave a wicked stare and ruffled his hair like a mischievous kid.
Gosh! What on earth was on Kash’s mind? Or she just lost it? When asked, she cattily winks and says she has always beaten up men in her life. “If you beat them up properly and lay them well, you can walk all over them all your life.” Huh!
Channel [V]’s synopsis of the show reads: ‘Kashmera plays an angel in disguise, helping out helpless lovers turn from zeroes to heroes and steal girlfriends of other guys!’
Yeah, that’s being naughty enough! But if this is Kash’s definition of being an ‘angel’ to the contestants, imagine what could happen, if Kash decides to play ‘devil’ for a change someday. Wonder if her smarty-pants boyfriend Krushna wants to say something here!!


After the legendary Lady Gaga vowed her monsters in the country, it’s the international singing sensation Armando Christian Perez a.k.a. Pitbull’s chance to groove the Indian audiences to his tunes. However, he’s not alone and it’s confirmed!  While reports of Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias joining Pitbull on his trip to India have been floating around in the media circuits, it’s the Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima who has made it to the final list!  
The hot and happening Adriana Lima who can make any guy go weak in their knees, is going to be joining Pitbull on his very first sojourn in India. Though that’s not all! Grapevine has it that there’s much more to the Pitbull – Adriana friendship than what meets the eye. Whether that’s just mere speculation or not, is yet to be seen! However, with the sensational Pitbull and sizzling Adriana coming to town, it seems like India is only going to get hotter this December! Pitbull, the happening singer who is termed as rap’s most versatile leading man has agreed to give Adriana a taste of India. This will be Adriana’s very first ever trip to India where she plans to go completely desi. The last time around, Akon’s wife was seen looking beautiful sari and now it would be Adriana’s chance to turn on the heat. A personal assistant will be provided to the leading supermodel who will guide her around the city and get her a flavour of the
 culture and the people.
The concert is brought to the country by P3P E Ventures Pvt. Ltd., Big Dream Entertainment, Cross Bar Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. and supported by Bhaiyuji Maharaj’s Suryoday Aids Foundation.
The concert will be held on 2nd at Quantam, Noida; 3rd at JVPD Grounds, Mumbai and 4th at Amanora Grounds, Pune.

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Monday, 21 November 2011

CEAT Cricket Rating Awards 2011

The CEAT Cricket Rating Award 2011 was held on19th Nov. at Mumbai. India's middle-order batsmen Viktant Kohli and Suresh Raina won the Ceat International Youngster of the Year and T20 Player of the Year awards respectively. The awards were based on their performances as rated by Ceat Cricket Ratings for 2010-11. All the nine award winners were present in person to receive the awards worth Rs 5 lakh each and a trophy.
Award Winners
International Cricketer of the Year - Jonathan Trott (England)
International Batsman of the year - Jonathan Trott (England)
International Bowler of the year - James Anderson (England)
International Youngster of the year - Virat Kohli (India)
International T20 player of the year - Suresh Raina (India)
Lifetime Achievement Award 2010-2011 - Courtney Walsh (West Indies)
Match-winning Inning of the Year - Gautam Gambhir (India)
Special Award for completing 10 years in international cricket - Virender Sehwag (India)
Special Award for contribution to Indian cricket - VVS Laxman.

Friday, 18 November 2011

The First Lady of Mozambique visiting India

The First Lady of Mozambique - H.E. Mrs Maria Da Luz Guebuza felicitated by Mr. Devesh Sharma on her visit to Mumbai on November, 11, 2011 at Taj Mahal Palce.


Pitbull makes his first ever visit to Pune, Mumbai and New Delhi

This year was indeed a musical treat for all Indian fans as various celebrated artists created national hysteria in the country by staging mind blowing concerts and now it is confirmed that eminent rapper, record producer and singer- songwriter Armando Christian Pérez aka Pitbull will give his Indian fans a night to remember. Pitbull’s increasing demand and acclaimed talent has made him one of the most desirable and popular artists of the 21st century amongst the music loving generation. The hot and happening singer who is termed as rap’s most versatile leading man will be putting up exclusive and exhilarating performances in Noida  on 2nd December 2011 and Mumbai on 3rd December 2011 and Pune on 4th December 2011.
This is the very first time that the celebrated charismatic artist whose worldwide sales grosses in millions will be seen performing full scale concerts in the country to a very select audience.  Fans going to see the concerts can expect to shake a leg on some of his international acclaimed numbers including ‘Hey Baby, Rain Over Me, Give Me Everything, I Know You Want Me, Hotel Room Service, On The Floor’ and many more.
The Indian edition of Pitbull Live In Concert is being brought to the country by P3P E Ventures Pvt. Ltd. and it is for the very first time a concert of this scale is being associated with reputed NGO Suryoday Aids Foundation. Opening acts would comprise of VJ Anousha and DJ Aaron putting up scintillating performances. The event is supported by 3rd Rock Entertainment.
Speaking from across the globe, Pitbull confirmed the news, “Are my fans in India ready to be a part of the Planet Pit? The wait is finally over and now for the first time ever, I’m excited to bring my live show to India.  I can’t wait for my fans to join me where I’ll be performing all of your favorites. Infact I’ve been travelling a lot around the world and have heard fascinating stories about India and its people and simply can’t wait. Ever since I broke the news about my India tour on my website, it was heartwarming to read all the fan e-mails. I’m happy to know fans back in India love my latest album and hopefully my next album will have inspiration from India too.”
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Utkarsh Bansal, Director, P3P E Ventures Pvt. Ltd. said, “India is a huge market for international artists and we aim to capitalize on this opportunity by identifying a confluence of musical styles, bringing together world class performers across genres on a single platform. Moreover an artist like Pitbull is the bridge builder who brings elements from all over the world and puts it all together so it sounds like nothing you’ve ever heard before. Onstage, Pitbull truly brings this highly personalized combination of styles to life and creates a festive, spontaneous atmosphere that would be impossible to duplicate by any other artist. This is the once in a lifetime experience we wish to deliver to all his fans in India.”
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Punit Balan, a successful businessman turned social worker and Suryodaya Trust's Maharashtra President states “The country has witnessed a sharp rise in the deadly diseases over the years and unfortunately there are inadequate resources and   machinery through which the rehabilitation and recuperation of affected persons can be ensured. In order to eradicate the social stigma surrounding AIDs, we have started this organization to solve this problem and provide appropriate relief to victims. It gives us immense pleasure to be associated with an internationally acclaimed personality like Pitbull who in turn will champion our efforts across the globe. The youth is the builder of the future and what better way to reach out to the youth than by associating with  a concert of this magnitude ”.
 Pitbull’s magnetic personality electrifies Planet Pit — a spicy and stylish mix of raps, beats, and hooks influenced by the music he has absorbed whilst growing up in Miami. Much like his worldwide smashes, Planet Pit is a star-studded affair that includes contributions by a host of pop music luminaries to give the album its edge. He surrounds himself with a rouges gallery of today’s hottest artists that include T-Pain, Chris Brown, Kelly Rowland, Sean Paul, David Guetta, Afrojack, Lil Jon, Akon, Marc Anthony, Jamie Foxx, Enrique Iglesias, Jennifer Lopez amongst others. With its relentless rhythms and fierce rhymes, his tailor-made music can cross genres from urban to pop to hip hop to dance, proving to be a winner on the charts across the globe.

Album "KAL" Launched by Richa Sharma

Saregama, the flagship music and entertainment company of India launches Rahul Bhatt’s album “Kal”.at ICE QUBE, Mumbai on 15th November.
Rahul Bhatt – extremely talented and versatile artiste has given music for Bollywood movies, jingles & documentaries and is now all set to release his solo debut Album "KAL".  .Rahul Bhatt’s earlier music video ‘Azaad 26/11’ from the same Album “KAL” was also a success and won the 'Karmaveer National Award' for Best Music Video. The video featured a lot of Bollywood celebrities like Isha Koppikar, Celina Jaitley, Gul Panag etc….
KAL offers 8 fresh songs penned by Manish Jain and Rahul Bhatt himself.  This album is a ballad with modern rock influences rendered in the soulful vocals of Rahul Bhatt. Driven by delicate tunes, calming vocals and subtle guitar melodies, the songs in the album can be classified as easy listening and a reflection of thoughts, experiences and relationships that we stumble upon in our lives.  Music & Lead vocals are by Rahul Bhatt while popular Reality Show Singer Nihira Joshi lends the soulful backing female vocals.
The video of this album “5 Days of Facebook - Kal” is already one of the MOST POPULAR videos online and is a big viral hit. It was voted as one of the most popular videos of India on Youtube. 5 DAYS OF FACEBOOK” is the first Indian Music Video to be conceptualized and executed on the theme of Facebook, the social networking site. An ode to '500 Days Of Summer', '5 Days Of Facebook’ is a comic and sweet take on the Realities of life held against our Expectations from it. As stated by Mr. Adarsh Gupta, Sr. Vice President Saregama India Ltd., “The video of our album, Kal, has gained immense popularity in the digital space, even before its official launch. The video went viral on Facebook and Youtube with over 175000+ people sharing it on Facebook and 125000+ hits on youtube in less than a week. It has already featured amongst the 'most shared', 'most discussed', 'most liked' and 'most watched' videos. This is quite an encouraging response from our viewers and we look forward to a similar response to the album”

Wednesday, 9 November 2011


Directed by Rohit Dhawan, the son of director David Dhawan, the movie "Desi Boyz" is starring by Akshay Kumar with John Abraham as a co-star and also it has Deepika Padukone and Chitrangada Singh in the female leads. The movie will be released on 25th November 2011 in all over India. 

Ladies vs Ricky Bahl – Poster Released


                        LADIES BEWARE…. ‘Ye Hai Aadat Se Majboor’

Monday, 7 November 2011

Ganesh Narayan’s Debut Film "Life After Death" Launched

A film produced by Zee Network and Maxwell Entertainment Pvt Ltd. titled Encore – Life After Death that will be directed by Ganesh Narayan, a well known choreographer who has choreographed songs like Hawa Mein Udti Jaye of Bombay Vikings was launched at The Club on 2nd Nov. with great pomp and show.  
Chirag Thakker who plays the male lead in this film was very excited and told Shaami M. Irfan. The film that talks about what happens to the soul after death would be a thriller and would be shot in 5 languages Hindi,English,Marathi,Tamil and Telugu simultaneously with different actors in all the languages The film that would be shot from 11th Nov. onwards in Goa,Ratnagiri,Jawahar, Waada and also in Mumbai locales for 30 days . Maya Noel from Canada will be introduced in the female lead. The film would have 4 actors in one version so 20 actors in all the 5 languages..I have already acted in serials like CRIME PETROL and CID while a daily soap AASHIANA is which is being telecast currently on Doordarshan. A webisode titled NOT JUST FRIENDS will also be launched on the internet shortly where I play one of the four leads. In this film one will also see the feelings of the dead souls which would be a novel experience , not seen so far on the big screen.”

Friday, 4 November 2011

Little Girl Trying To Play Mature in the film Na Jaane Kabse

Amrita Prakash has worked as a leading lady in the film Na Jaane Kabse.She is still the little girl trying to play mature and worldly wise in an adult world. “The beauty of youth is that it refuses to sit in one corner for too long and that it is not afraid of taking on stances. I can be innocent, coy and yet sensuous if required”, confesses Amrita who has earlier worked as Choti - Amrita Rao’s little sister in Rajshri Films Vivaah. inmovieznews reportor spokes to her:

“Post Vivaah, I indulged in the luxury of choice There was a constant up-gradation of my acting and dancing skills. I eventually chose Na Jaane Kabse primarily for the numerous dimensions and layers the role offered me. Yes, I can be a true Drama Queen in real life too”, she said.

You have travelled a long journey in glamour world. So how do you feel as your first film in lead role is releasing?

I started acting when I was 4years old. And from then to now the journey has been enriching. There have been no complaints since I have enjoyed it all along. But since the age of 4 I have been working towards a single goal- or as I call it- a single dream. And today having completed my first film as the lead actor I feel I have come a long way. It's one step closer towards realising my dream. This is a huge milestone for me. And it's what makes the over a decade long journey worth it.

How did you get NA JAANE KAB SE?

I got a call from Ms. Pammi Somal's office one day asking me to come down to her office regarding a film project. When I met her I was under the assumption that like all 'first meetings' this one too would involve a 15 minute general discussion that leaves you very uncertain. But when I got there she took a good look at me, asked me to sit down and gave me an entire narration of the film. Something which rarely happens. So I just thought there thinking- how is she telling me the whole story? Does this mean I'm in?

As she tells me now- she had seen me in Tum Bin when I was a kid, and decided then that she wanted me to work with her someday. And on seeing me that day almost 8years later- she knew I was her "Anjali".

Why did you accept the film? What was the thing that made you to accept the film?

One thing made me accept the film- Ms. Pammi Somal.
She was extremely passionate and confident about her product. She spoke of it like a mother speaking about her child- nurturing and protective. She had written the film herself, so she knew the heart and soul of it. Her vision was clear right from the beginning. And there was a non-filmy honesty about her that really appealed to me. She seemed to be making the film not because it was a business venture for her, but because she believed in the story. And that's the kind of work and the kind of people that I want to be associated with. When something comes from the heart, I think the possibilities are endless.

Tell us about your character in the film.

My character name in the film is "Anjali" who is also called "Drama Queen". Which I believe says a lot about her. She is a very real character. That's what I love most about her. She's the kind of girl that not only I, but every girl would individually be able to relate to. She is extremely talkative, full of life, with a live-for-the-moment attitude, a little naughty- a little innocent, and a crazy little thing bursting with energy. She's the kind who'd do anything in the name of fun. She's waiting to break free- and discover the adventures that life has to offer. It’s a dream role any newcomer would aspire to get as a launch pad.

How was your experience working with journalist turned director Pammi Somal?

She's an ace of all trades. I have nick named her "SuperWoman" and I tell her all the time that she hides her red cape from the world. Because it is impossible for one person to so effectively handle so many things at a time.

You have also worked in a Malayalam film. What difference you feel working in Hindi films and southern films?

I have worked in the Malayalam industry down south with a veteran director Mr. Kamal. And the reason I picked Malayalam cinema over any other was because Mall-films are purely story focused. It's not about the commercial aspects, or the glamour or the flamboyance- the films revolve around a severely strong and bound script. And that for me is like the Bible! That's the kind of work I most enjoy doing- something with challenges that require strong deliverance. Also, the technicians down South are very competent. It's no wonder we are constantly "importing" so many technicians into Bollywood from the South Indian industries.

TUM BIN to NA JAANE KAB SE…What change you feel in yourself as an actress?

It’s funny that you ask me this- because just last night I happened to chance upon Tum Bin playing on TV and I sat and watched the entire film from 12am to 3am after years!! And I was bursting with nostalgia and was in awe of the film. I only now at this age understand fully what a masterpiece it was.

As far as my performance goes- my first shock was when I saw my first shot on screen last night. I couldn't believe how tiny I was! But yes, there has been a very natural growth in terms of both personality and performance. Change is the way of life and I am glad to see a certain maturity that I believe has come about in my acting. I really think one learns with every single take and every single shot. Acting is a developing and progressive craft. You can't stop learning and there is no 'end'. There's only variation and modulation. Today I see myself trying something different with every take in a single scene. It's my exercise. And I hope to forever keep learning.

What is your dream role?

I'll quote an extract from a poem I once wrote-

"I want to learn, I want to explore...
I want to achieve, I want to soar.
I want it now, I want it all.
Every little glory, every little fall"
My dream role would be outgrowing the role of Chotti in Vivaah and graduating that role as a takeover to a lead role with Rajshri Films. Sooraj-ji is a Maverick. He has always been someone I have looked up to especially ever since I worked with him. He is so humble, patient and yet a perfectionist. I am sure I will be working with them as a lead heroine in the near future..

You could call me ambitious. Or greedy. But the bottom line is I am here to challenge myself and open new avenues. I want to be a part of something that pushes my boundaries and helps me convert my weak points into my strong ones.

What next?

Next..... Is a very interesting thriller that I'm working on. I'm extremely excited about it because there's a huge risk element involved. For one the thriller genre isn't known to do phenomenally well in India. And secondly because this film is very experimental in its nature- both content wise as well as the treatment! It’s not tried and tested. And it's not seen before! And I can't wait for it to hit the screens. This one is meant to shock! Plus- it's something I haven't done before!