New Delhi, Aug 26 (IANS) It had to be no less than gold for his golden girl! When Nayab Shaikh, a 21-year-old fan of Anushka Sharma, met his favourite actress, he brought a gold bracelet as a gift for her.
Mumbai-based Shaikh was a lucky Anushka fan who got to meet her and live her life for a day through UTV Stars' 'Live My Life!'.
At the end of the episode, to be aired Sunday, the young boy gave Anushka the gold bracelet that he had bought some time back in the hope that he would meet her some day. Even though Anushka accepted it at that moment, she blessed it with love and handed it back to Shaikh to gift it to his future lady love.
While living Anushka's life, Shaikh got an insight into things like her dislike for fruits, love for Japanese food, love for intensive weight training sessions at the gym and more.
Parvin happy with response to '...Galat Bande'
Actor-filmmaker Parvin Dabbas is content with the response to his directorial debut 'Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande', and is glad that his 'small film with a big message' has appealed to the masses.
A tale of a group of four notorious men finding their conscience and working for a big cause, the film features Vansh Bharadwaj, Ashish Nayyar, Kuldip Ruhil and Parvin.
Parvin, who produced the movie under his banner Very Fishy Films, is happy that the movie has come at a time when corruption and empowerment are hot issues in the country.
'There are a lot of pressing issues because of which some audience members might not have been in the mood to watch films, but the idea behind my movie was not only to make money, but to raise consciousness. Our low budget has ensured that we have more than recovered our investment through satellite, home video, digital and other rights,' he added.
Siddique keen to work with Salman again
Director Siddique says he loved working with 'dedicated' Bollywood star Salman Khan in 'Bodyguard', and would be more than glad to work with him again.
But he has clarified that he hasn't signed any new film with the actor as yet.
'I haven't signed any more films here in Bollywood. But I would love to work with Salman. I have a project in mind, but we haven't spoken about it or finalised anything on it,' Siddique told IANS.
The southern director is all praises for Salman.
'Salman is very passionate about his work. He is very fit and strict about his workout regime. He literally breathes and eats cinema, by that I mean that he thinks about cinema 24 hours. In all the months that we worked, not even for a minute did I see him tired or restless. He is a very dedicated actor,' Siddique said.
'Bodyguard' will release Aug 31, but Salman will miss it as he leaves Saturday for the US for treatment of a medical condition that causes him unbearable pain in the head, jaws and cheeks.