New Delhi, Aug 19 (IANS) Bollywood actors Deepika Padukone and Sonakshi Sinha were moved to tears on the sets of Star Plus' singing reality show 'Chhote Ustaad' after listening to heartwarming songs.
When Deepika visited the sets of the show for the promotion of her upcoming release 'Lafange Parindey', she asked singer, judge Rahat Fateh Ali Khan to sing a few lines of 'Main jahaan rahun'. After hearing the song, Deepika got emotional.
When debutante Sonakshi came with her parents Poonam and Shatrughan Sinha on the parents special episode of the show, Rishab, a contestant from Amritsar touched the chord in her heart by singing the emotional number 'Maa' from 'Taare Zameen Par'.
As it happened, Sonakshi, who will be seen in 'Dabangg', broke down. She said she had fought with her mother in the morning and the soulful rendition by the young boy made her forget everything and she gave her mother a tight hug.
'Chhote Ustaad' airs every Saturday-Sunday.
Aarya learns to use sniper rifle
Bollywood actor Aarya Babbar is learning how to use a sniper rifle for his role of an Afghani terrorist in a film.
The actor, who is currently shooting in Germany, says he has been a fan of action-oriented films.
'I have always loved watching all the action and war movies. When I got a chance to play such an intense character which demanded a lot of hard work and training, I just grabbed the opportunity. I am very excited as I am learning how to use a sniper rifle currently and it's an awesome experience,' said Aarya.
The film is said to be an international project, but no further details are available.
When Neil sang his grandfather's song
Neil Nitin Mukesh, known for his good looks and acting skills, sang his grandfather Mukesh's song on an episode of music reality show 'Chhote Ustaad'. He did so at the behest of Sonu Niigaam.
The actor, who went on the show to promote his film 'Lafangey Parindey', sang 'Jaane kahaan gaye woh din' and left the young contestants and judges - Sonu and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan - impressed, says a source.