Actress Soha Ali Khan, who will be seen in the role of a journalist in upcoming film "War Chod Naa Yaar", shot a scene at her ancestral home in Pataudi.
"The director wanted something very different and while searching for places, they found (Soha's) Pataudi house apt for the scene," said a source from the set.
Being directed by Faraz Haider and produced by AOPL Entertainment Pvt. Ltd., "War Chod Na Yaar" also features Sharman Joshi, Jaaved Jaffrey and Mukul Dev. The team has also shot in Bikaner and Delhi.
Indian-origin actor Jacob Rajan has been made a member of New Zealand Order of Merit for his contributions to theatre.
Rajan was honoured Thursday at an investiture ceremony by New Zealand Governor General Sir Jerry Mataparae at Government House here, local media reported.
Rajan is a founding partner of the Indian Ink theatre company.
He is known for collaborating with his partner in Indian Ink, Justin Lewis, for creating plays like "Krishnan's Diary", "The Candlestickmaker", "The Pickle King", "The Dentist's Chair", and "The Guru of Chai".
Anything for friendship, believes filmmaker R. Balakrishnan, fondly called R.Balki, who will launch his friend Aban Bharucha Deohans' book "What A life Yaar!", along with his wife Gauri Shinde.
Deohans, an ad-filmmaker herself, has made several commercials with her cinematographer husband Kiran Deohans for her company Candid Creations. Some of her ads have featured celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Vidya Balan, Shahid Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachahan, Saif Ali Khan and Sachin Tendulkar.
Actress Yami Gautam went down memory lane and re-lived her past times on a visit to her hometown Chandigarh for a TV show recently. Be it the farms or the markets, she visited some of her favourite places, and even met her fans.
The actress, who earned fame with "Vicky Donor", will be seen in the second episode of "Star In Your City", which features celebrities taking viewers to a tour into their hometowns.
If popular international show "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" is remade in India, actress Preity Zinta is all for being a part of it.
"If 'CSI' is remade in India - the real thing, I want to be a part of it. I have studied criminal psychology," Preity said in a statement.
The actress, who portrayed strong female characters in "Kya Kehna" and "Sangharsh", shared her thoughts about increasing crimes against women on BIG CBS PRIME's "Super Crime Sundays".