A sequel to Poonam Pandey-starrer "Nasha" will go on floors this year, says its director Amit Saxena.
"Yes, we are already in talks about the sequel. Most probably I will be directing the sequel and I would be more than happy if Poonam is there in 'Nasha 2' as well. The sequel will not be a continuation, but it will explore sensuality just like 'Nasha'," Saxena, known for directing "Jism", told IANS.
Tamil actor Dhanush, who is awaiting the release of his debut Hindi film "Raanjhanaa", said Tuesday that he is keen to direct soon. In all probability, he is likely to wield the megaphone by the end of 2014.
"I have been thinking of directing for quite some time now. In fact, I would have started my directorial project had 'Raanjhanaa' not come my way. Currently, I have signed two more projects and therefore, I may likely direct a film by the end of next year," Dhanush told reporters here.
The direction bug bit him because he comes from a family of directors.
The shooting of Shreyas Talpade and Manjari Phadnis-starrer "Wah Taj!" has been wrapped up and the makers are happy that the director canned the film within schedule.
Directed by debutant Ajit Sinha, the movie is a co-production of Pawan Sharma and Abhinav Verma's Pun Films Pvt. Ltd. and Spider Wave Films, respectively. It was majorly shot in Agra, Uttar Pradesh and Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
Late actor-director Joy Mukerji's wife Neelam, set to release her husband's 1974 film "Love In Bombay" soon, says the music of the film will be enjoyed by all and sundry as music lovers still enjoy old compositions.
"The golden era never went. It has always been there. The most popular radio programmes are the ones featuring the old music. Even music channels, they play more of old film songs. The golden era of music has been there. Even today, the maximum sales are of the old songs or their compilations," Neelam told IANS.
Pakistani actress Meera, who debuted in Hindi films with 2004 movie "Nazar", says she believes in competition and wants to compete with Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra.
"I hope I get to do many more good films and I want to compete with A-list actresses in Bollywood. I want to compete with Priyanka Chopra and I would also like to share the screen space with her. This will give me an opportunity to prove myself and the audience can see the other side of me," Meera told IANS.