Mumbai, Aug 27 (IANS) Actor Rajaysh Tondon, who recently shot with Hrithik Roshan for the film 'Agneepath', was very impressed with the Bollywood star because he carried Rajaysh for 20 minutes for a shot without complaining.
'In the scene Hrithik was supposed to carry my body and take it to a wedding function. I was really concerned about Hrithik's discomfort as I am heavier than him since I had to put on weight for this film.
'When he lifted me and started walking, it was scary for me, but I couldn't do anything to help his situation. But he did it without any complaints and even emoted, which is very tough. The scene lasted for 20 minutes or so. I admire Hrithik for being so patient,' Rajaysh told IANS.
The actor, who has shared screen space with Hrithik in the past in the film 'Kaho Na...Pyaar Hai', is playing the role of Mazhar Lala in 'Agneepath', which is a remake of the 1990 film of the same name.
Chandni: Bollywood's beloved horse!
Apart from three good looking actors namely Katrina Kaif, Ali Zafar and Imran Khan, another thing that catches the eye in the poster of the upcoming film 'Mere Brother Ki Dulhan' is the beautiful white horse.
Not many know that it's no ordinary horse, it has worked in many other films.
'The horse in the poster of the film is Chandni. This was the same horse that was used in my earlier film 'Jaane Tu...Ya Jaane Na' and it also featured in a few scenes in 'Jodha Akbar'. Chandni is one of the best trained horses we have in Bollywood...very smart, knows all commands and looks beautiful,' Imran told IANS.
In Bollywood, an actor is not the only star!
Anurag and I disagreed on 'That Girl...' end: Kalki
When actress Kalki Koechlin was penning the script of her upcoming film 'That Girl In Yellow Boots', she didn't know that the end of the film will cause major arguments between her and her husband Anurag Kashyap, who is also its director.
'The end was a big issue. Anurag and I completely disagreed on the end,' Kalki told IANS.
'The film is very stark, grey, very numbing and depressing and I wanted that the main protagonist rises above it somehow, but Anurag wanted to show that this is a bad world and you don't always get solutions to your problems,' she added.
'In a way he is right, I had to agree with him eventually because, if you have a happy ending then people go away satisfied but if there is a sad ending then people keep thinking about it. So that's more impactful in a way,' Kalki said.
The film that also stars Naseeruddin Shah is slated for a Sep 2 release.