Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma says he won't start shooting the sequel to 1998 film "Satya" till the next four months at least as he is tied up with other projects.
"It's too early to talk (about 'Satya 2'). After 'Bhoot Returns', I have a lot of work pending with '26/11'. So 'Satya 2' is not going on floors for the next four months at least. So it's too early to talk about any details of 'Satya 2'," Varma told IANS.
Actress Kajol wants everyone to celebrate a clean and eco-friendly Ganesh festival, which kickstarted Wednesday.
"Please, all of you, go ahead celebrate an eco-friendly Ganpati and make sure that whatever happens, at the end of the day you are there to clean up and to make sure that you don't litter the city more than you already have," the 38-year-old said here.
Actress Deepika Padukone is honoured to receive the Smita Patil Memorial Award, and says such awards make her feel confident about her choice of work.
"She's (Smita Patil) someone whose work I admire a lot and the fact that I have got this award at such an early stage of my career, definitely makes me feel like I must be doing something right," Deepika said here at the award event.
"It gives me the confidence to go ahead and choose the kind of films I have been doing and believe in the kind of roles that excite me," added the 26-year-old, who received the award Tuesday.
Tamil actress Karthika Nair, who rose to fame with superhit films like "Ko" and "Dammu", will don the role of a village girl in her upcoming Tamil film "Annakodiyum Kodiveeranum".
Directed by veteran director P. Bhartiraja, the film is set against the backdrop of a village, similar as the plot of films such as "Paruthiveeran" and "Subramaniyapuram".
"The shooting of the film was completed recently and the post-production and dubbing will start soon," a source told IANS.
"Annakodiyum..." features Manoj Bharathiraja, Karthika Nair and Iniya in lead roles.
In forthcoming film "Aiyyaa", Rani Mukerji plays a girl whose parents are desperate to get her married. The actress says all girls who are in this soup, including her, can identify with her character, Meenakshi Deshpande.
"I think 'Aiyyaa' character Meenakshi Deshpande is such that every girl, whose parents are trying to get her married, will identify with her. Even I, to some extent, identify with this character," the 34-year-old said here.
Rani plays a Maharashtrian girl in the movie, in which she falls for a man who smells good.