Saqib Saleem and Taapsee Pannu have already been bonding on-screen along with off it.
The two spent a lot of time together to get their chemistry right for the romantic video before a recent shoot for a music video, Tum Ho To Lagta Hai.
There clearly was another connect that is common they both originate from Delhi. In addition they share a complete lot of common interests. Next is really what?
Vivek Oberoi puts off shoot schedule of Ram Gopal Varma’s close to promote a grownup comedy
Ram Gopal Varma’s next project, ‘Rai’, was designed to roll earlier this but we hear the schedule has been pushed back to July-end month. Vivek Oberoi, who can portray gangster Muthappa Rai into the thriller, apparently needed to drop plans of starting shoot since the makers of his release that is next comedy ‘Great Grand Masti’ – made a decision to start up their promotional campaign this week.
A source says, `Initially, Vivek thought he would work his dates out and sign up for time for RGV’s film in the middle of promotions. However, considering that the production team of good Grand Masti has arrived up with a complete fledged, month-long publicity plan, he previously no choice but to push the shoot schedule to July-end.`
Vivek is believed to have conveyed his decision to Varma along with his team. `He informed the united team of Rai which he may not be inside the character’s look while promoting one other film. Besides, he has to completely keep himself free when it comes to publicity campaign such as media interactions and city tours,` adds the foundation.
Rai is certainly going on floors only following the adult comedy co-starring Riteish Deshmukh and Aftab Shivdasani hits theatres on 22. `The makers have accepted his request to break the rules Rai’s shoot,` the origin informs july.
Vivek remained unavailable for comment. Though it happens to be widely stated that the movie was slated to take floors into the week that is first of, RGV insists, `Rai was always likely to start July-end.`
Rai is supposed to be extensively shot in Mangalore, Bangalore, Mumbai, Dubai and London, and release in four languages – Hindi, Kannada, Telugu and Tamil.