New Delhi, Nov 2 Shweta Tiwari's item number in 'Miley Na Miley Hum' has become a rage, but the film's lead actress Kangna Ranaut has no regrets about not being a part of it.
'I have been offered several item numbers...I will get tired making people count the offers! But I have always said item numbers are not on my priority list,' said Kangana.
'I have no wish of doing item numbers so far. But never say never. Maybe I do them some day, who knows?,' she added.
The 24-year-old national award-winning actress says she is glad Shweta's number 'Katto gilheri chammak challo' has received a positive response.
'It's great that the song is being liked. After all, it is from our film. Shweta has done a great job and I don't think anyone could have done it better than her,' she said.
Sikander hopes Abhishek will mature now
'I can't believe he is having a baby. He is anyway very kiddish, but I am sure he will mature now,' Sikander said on UTV Stars' 'Live My Life'.
The two actors are close buddies. Sikander also happened to disclose that Abhishek is keen on a baby girl.
Abhishek's wife, actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, is due to have a baby in the second week of November.
Shruti Haasan proud to be nomad
There isn't one, but three places that Shruti Haasan calls home! And thanks to the amount of travelling for her work, she feels like a proud nomad.
The 25-year-old actress says she feels at home in Chennai, Mumbai and Hyderabad.
'In Hyderabad, talking seventh sense with my lovely co-star Surya. Good to be back home. Let me clarify (sigh) - I call many places home: Chennai where I was born, Mumbai where I've lived and now Hyderabad; I'm a proud nomad,' Shruthi posted on Twitter.
The daughter of cinestar Kamal Haasan added: 'I'm lucky enough to have friends and family in all three places! Now back to work!!'
Coping with regional languages: Manjari tells how
Actress Manjari Fadnis, who has worked in Tamil, Telugu and Bengali films and is now ready to make her debut in Kannada cinema, says she prepares her dialogues for more than a week to deliver them fluently.
'I ask for my dialogue sheet a week in advance so that I can learn them (the dialogues) and also understand their meaning. As a result it becomes easier to emote,' said Manjari, who was seen in Hindi film 'Jaane Tu...Ya Jaane Na'.
The actress will make her foray into the Kannada movies with 'Munjanee'. She is cast opposite southern star Ganesh.
The movie is directed by S. Narayan, who zeroed in on her for the role after watching her Telugu film 'Shubhapradham'.
'Munjanee', a light-hearted family entertainer, will see Manjari as a young, bubbly, middle-class girl.
Talking about the project, she said: 'All I knew was that I loved the script and that there were big names attached to the film and it was being produced by a very big banner.'
She has another Kannada film called 'Dilkhush' in her kitty.