"Emraan is a fab actor and accommodating costar! Every action has an effective reaction! Very happy with our work," the 33-year-old tweeted.
"Raaz 3", which also stars Jacqueline Fernandez, is being produced by Mahesh and Mukesh Bhatt's banner Vishesh Films and Bipasha has returned to the banner after nine years. Her last film with them was 2003 release "Jism".
Neil enjoys jungle stint
Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh is filming romantic thriller "Shortcut Romeo" in a jungle and says he is having a gala time there.
"Hectic days of 18 hr shoot in the mid of the jungle! But must say its so worth it. 'Shortcut Romeo' song two by Himesh (Reshammiya) is over," the 30-year-old tweeted.
"Shortcut Romeo" is being directed and produced by Susi Ganeshan and it is a remake of his 2006 Tamil film "Thiruttu Payale". In the film, Puja Gupta plays Neil's love interest, while Ameesha has been cast in a negative role.
Nitin also says, "This is the first Hindi movie to be shot in Masai Mara (a large game reserve in south-western Kenya)."
"Composing for films tough"
Pakistani singer-actor Ali Zafar for the first time composed music for a film and says it was tough to compose for "London, Paris New York".
"It was tough. I used to write and compose for my albums, but this was a film and the songs were written according to the situation, derived and given to you by the director and writer," Ali told IANS.
"It was a different experience nonetheless, very fruitful, very enjoyable and I had really good time producing music for the film because it is a fun film with youthful songs," he added.
Till now the 31-year-old has only created songs for albums, and Ali says he got full creative freedom to explore his work.
"I got full creative freedom as my producers and directors were nice. I didn't have to remake any song. Whatever I used to send them, they liked it."
The actor, who made his Bollywood debut with Abhishek Sharma's critically acclaimed "Tere Bin Laden" and later won accolades for his performance in "Mere Brother Ki Dulhan", will be seen romancing Aditi Rao Hydari in the movie.
Bengal approached her for his "Chamki Chameli" and Vidya is said to be taking her own time to get back to Benegal on the same.
When asked, Vidya refused to confirm it, merely saying, "no comments".
Benegal has delivered some outstanding films in his career, which include "Ankur", "Mandi", "Zubeidaa", "Welcome To Sajjanpur" and "Well Done Abba".
Apparently, Benegal had earlier approached Kareena Kapoor for the same film, but it didn't work out.