"Sending all the love, strength and positivity in the world to the bravest, strongest guy I know #yuvstrong! Big hug and happy V day @yuvsingh09," Sophie posted on her Twitter page.
Nikhil Dwivedi helps spot boy bag movie role
What started as a prank, turned out to be a dream come true for one lucky spot boy on the sets of "Tamanchey", as he landed up with a role in the movie, thanks to actor Nikhil Dwivedi.
While packing up one day, the crew was in a relaxed mood and decided to play a prank on one of the spot boys. They asked the man to audition for the role of a gangster in the film.
The spot boy felt it was a golden opportunity to prove his skills, and took the prank seriously. He actually started acting and mouthed dialogues in Bhojpuri effectively, says a source from the sets.
The unit was in splits and started laughing at him, but Nikhil, who watched the spot boy's acting from a distance, appreciated the intensity in the spot boy's acting, and requested the director to give him a role in the film, since the film is based in the interiors of India, and would give authencity to the character.
Director Bharat Ratan agreed and gave the spot boy a suitable role.
"Tamanchey" is said to be loosely based on the love story of Abu Salem and Monica Bedi.
Thank god for internet, says Ali Zafar
Pakistani actor Ali Zafar believes in the power of social media, and feels grateful for the medium.
"Thank you internet and social media for giving our generation a chance to exchange thoughts like never before. To give us power to reach out. Thanks to online social media for enabling truth be told like never before. For helping discard biases and prejudices and see the other side," tweeted Ali.
The actor will soon be seen in romantic comedy "London, Paris, New York", releasing March 2.