Actress Preity Zinta's hectic shooting schedules are doing her good. She says she has lost a lot of weight, and feels she is in her thinnest form ever.
"Weighed my self right now and guess what! I'm the thinnest I've ever been in my life ... lost 10 kilos in two years," Preity tweeted from Prague, where she is busy shooting for her debut production-project "Ishkq in Paris".
The movie also marks her comeback to films. She was last seen in a full-fledged role in 2008 film "Heroes".
"Srimannarayana"; Actors: Balakrishna, Isha Chawla and Parvati Melton; Director: Ravi Kumar Chavali; Rating: **
Balakrishna is back with what he's best at doing - playing a never-aging hero, with two heroines by his side, and lots of bad guys to kick. Unfortunately, "Srimannarayana" has turned out to be a disastrous follow up to the super successful mythological film "Sri Ramarajyam", in which the protagonist was seen playing Lord Rama with precision.
In a never seen before role essayed by him, Balakrishna plays a TV journalist who fights for the plight of farmers.
Actor Vidyut Jammwal turned into a real-life action hero when he managed to nab two thieves who broke into his house.
"A few days ago, a couple of thieves broke into his house assuming that the house was empty and unattended. Vidyut was in the room inside and came out hearing the sound in the living room," said a source.
"On seeing Vidyut, the intruders attacked him with the intention of injuring him. But they couldn't succeed," the source added.
The "Force" actor is trained in martial arts, especially Kalaripayattu.
NTR's "Baadshah" will hit the screens Jan 11, 2013, ahead of the auspicious day of Sankranti.
After successful films such as "Student No.1", "Aadi", "Simhadri", "Yamadonga", "Adhurs" and "Brindavanam"; blockbusters like "Dhee", "Ready", "King" and "Dookudu"; and all-time super hit films like "Gabbar Singh"; NTR, director Srinu Vaitla and producer Bandla Ganesh respectively, have joined hands to make the Telugu film "Baadshah".
It will be a landmark film, says director Srinu Vaitla.
Actress Lara Dutta says its too early to talk about the sequel to her debut production "Chalo Dilli" as the film is still in its scripting phase. She says she will go ahead with the sequel only if the story is better than the original.
"There is lot of speculation of the sequel to 'Chalo Dilli'. We've got writers working on the story. (But) I would put my name and hard work behind it only if the story comes out really better than the earlier one," Lara told IANS.