New Delhi, Aug 16 (IANS) Actress Anahita Nair, popularly known as Aliya Bose of 2007 film 'Chak De India', will now be seen in Nagesh Kukunoor's 'Aashayein'.
Anahita plays John Abraham's friend in the movie that narrates the story of a compulsive gambler, Rahul Singh (John) who discovers new meanings of fortune and life through a dramatic turn of events.
'Anahita has a very challenging role in the film and has worked very hard preparing for it,' said a source from the unit of 'Aashayein'. 'The role she portrays in the film is different from the role she essayed in 'Chak De India'.'
'Rakta Charitra' most violent film ever: RGV
Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has revealed that his upcoming film 'Rakta Charitra' will be the most violent film ever seen on Indian screen.
Varma wrote on microblogging site Twitter: 'Rakta Charitra' will be definitely the most violent film ever... but every violent act in it comes from a very deeply and intensely felt emotion.'
The film is based on the life of slain leader Paritala Ravindra to be played by Vivek Oberoi, while Shatrughan Sinha plays N.T. Rama Rao. Tamil actor Kota Srinivasa Rao and Radhika Apte will also feature in it.
Rahul Bose eagerly awaits 'Khatron Ke Khiladi' stint
Actor Rahul Bose is looking forward to his stint in reality show 'Khatron Ke Khiladi'
'For me 'Khatron Ke Khiladi' (KKK) is going to be like 10 adventure sports trips in one. Have rafted on hairy expedition, bungeed, climbed to 14,000ft, rappelled etc. But am sure KKK's going to be more extreme,' he posted on his Twitter page.
'The insect stuff is what it is, but the stunts are what my carrot is. On KKK get to hang with Cyrus Broacha, an old friend, and Milind Soman, whose distance running I really admire.'
Rahul further insists that after the show he will spend his time reading scripts.
'Post stunt leisure time's going to be spent reading pile of scripts,' he added.