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P.S. I love You is my all time favorite film - Neha Pednekar

Actress Neha Pednekar is a movie buff and talks about her love for movie with TellyBuzz.

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TellyBuzz brings to you the Filmy Friday column which is dedicated to Celebs and their craze for movies. This week we got in touch with the pretty actress Neha Pednekar, who is seen in Colors' Shastri Sisters.

Let's see what Neha has to share with us regarding her love for movies.

Do you like watching movies?

I love watching movies.

How often do you watch a movie in a theater?

I don't get much time to watch films in a theater but I do watch films on my laptop.

Which is your all time favorite movie?

P.S. I love You.

Quick Fire:Which is your all time favorite?

Romantic movie: P.S. I love You.  

Comedy movie: 3 Idiots.
Horror movie: Paranormal activity.

Action movies: I don't like watching action movies.

The last movie that made you cry?

Recently I saw PK and I became emotional while watching the film.

Which movie are you planning to go for?

I don't know which movie is up for the release but if something interests me then I will go for the movie.

Phalguni Sharma

Neha Pednekar Shastri Sisters  Colors 

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Vt-Cl 6 years ago Neha ! Great acting in SS! Keep going! :)
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awida 6 years ago Neha Pednekar you are very beautiful and I like your new hot look in Shastri Sisters.
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shrividhya 6 years ago Love the whole cast of shastri sisters!!!! Keep rocking!!!!!!!!
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shreepatil. 6 years ago shastri sister such a beautiful love story. thanks to color for producing this show. thanks a lots.2015-01-09 04:56:57
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larki_punjaban 9 years ago nothing left in bollywood
no story no acting
only item song, and even day by day old songs and film are getting remake which is worst then ever,
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Mohabbateinn 9 years ago Item songs are making Bollywood cheap. Unfortunately, filmmakers have formed this mentality that the success of a film relies on a sensual item number. I miss the old hindi cinema, with long romantic songs with the heroine in sarees and the hero in a tux. Item numbers are good for foot tapping..but seriously after Shelia, Jalebi, Munni, and Bumbaat.. I think we've had enuf. Lyrics with no meaning.
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