At 63, veteran actress Hema Malini looks as young as ever. She eats healthy, keeps herself fit with regular dancing, but also says there's no harm in using anti-ageing techniques.
"Anti-ageing is for all of us and with these newer techniques we can look all good, feel better and become healthier," said Hema.
But what's the beauty secret behind the flawless skin of Bollywood's 'dream girl'?
"I drink a lot of water to keep my skin glowing and also to keep myself away from dehydration," she told IANS.
'Race 2' grander than original: Abbas-Mustan
Director duo Abbas-Mustan, who have wrapped up the second schedule of "Race 2", claim that the sequel would be grander in scale than the original one.
"Race 2 is in the same genre and will be made on as grand a scale as the original. We will be shooting in Turkey and Cyprus next. The story has plenty of twists and turns and every character will have gray shades," said Abbas Burmawalla.
The film is the sequel to 2008 movie "Race". It features Anil Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan, John Abraham, Deepika Padukone, Jacqueline Fernades and Ameesha Patel.
"We shot for the second schedule of the film from Jan 23 to Feb 24. It took off smoothly and we are very happy with the way things are shaping up. We are very excited and hope to make 'Race 2' bigger and better than the original," said producer Ramesh Taurani.
Getting Bollywood dance right - Govinda tells how
Govinda's typical Bollywood dance steps have always caught the eye of movie buffs - but the actor says he never concentrated on learning the moves.
"I have always enjoyed dancing. The moment was more important for me. I used to learn steps and understand them, but I was least interested in it. I was more keen on learning what the lines in the song were so that while conveying it, I won't go wrong," said Govinda.
Now that's an interesting tip for all dancing stars of B-Town!