Ajay Devgn has made a few changes in forthcoming film "Son Of Sardaar" (SOS), after the Punjabi Cultural Heritage Board raised objections over certain scenes and dialogues. However, the actor-producer is confident the changes haven't hampered the creativity in the movie.
"The creativity of the film has not been affected in any way. Every film is rectified, sometimes it's made even better," he said at a press conference here Wednesday.
The actor said they were in talks with PCHB president Charan Singh Sapra ever since the promos of the film went on air.
Her performance as a Naxalite (Maoist) in Prakash Jha's "Chakravyuh" has won rave reviews for Anjali Patil across the board, but the actress says she never aspired to act in movies.
"I never aspired to be a movie actress. Being from the National School Of Drama (NSD), acting was and is my passion. I also used to design sets for the stage. So I've been associated with theatre from the time I became an actor," Anjali said.
Anushka Sharma's character in "Jab Tak Hai Jaan" (JTHJ) has been revealed - she plays Akira, a documentary filmmaker, in the movie and sets out to chronicle the life of superstar Shah Rukh Khan's character in it.
Akira is an employee of Discovery Channel, and she wants to make a documentary on army officer Samar, played by Shah Rukh. The movie is the last directorial of late filmmaker Yash Chopra, who passed away earlier this month.
The audience will discover the entire story of the film through Akira's eyes.
After making his mark in Bollywood and getting a taste of Hollywood, versatile actor Irrfan now plans to venture into production.
"I don't think I am ready for direction. With production if the need arises, if somebody is interested, then definitely I would like to produce films with a story which I am convinced with," Irrfan told IANS.
The actor has been part of many critically acclaimed Hindi films like "Yeh Saali Zindagi", "Maqbool" and "Paan Singh Tomar", and he was seen in Hollywood films like "Slumdog Millionaire" and "The Amazing Spider-Man".
Bollywood films, crossover films and southern films -- actress Tabu has tried her hand at all, and says the entertainment industry follows a similar pattern across the world.
"I think the film experience, acting, actor-director relationship and all the film industries look similar everywhere, be it Bollywood, Hollywood or the southern industry," the 40-year-old said here in an interview.
"There is a pattern of entertainment industry which remains same. For an actor and a performance, I think all are same as we just have to act and do our role," she added.