Actors often undertake diction lessons and special workshops to perfect their characters, but Sharman Joshi, who plays a single parent to a 10-year-old child in his upcoming film "Ferrari Ki Sawaari", learnt to make and toss egg-omelette.
According to a source, Sharman had to execute each domestic task for his home which also included cooking breakfast for the family for a scene in the film.
The shoot demanded him to make an egg-omelette and flip it over multiple times. Alas, Sharman didn't even know how to break an egg for starters.
To give his 100 percent to the shoot, he made it a point to practice cooking egg-omelette at least twice a day. He practiced for five days and learnt the art of breaking eggs evenly, cooking them and also flipping the omelette.
He became so perfect that he completed the shot in one take.
Preity scouts for young girl with dimpled cheek
Actress Preity Zinta is on a hunt for a young girl with a dimpled right cheek to play junior Preity in her debut production "Ishqk In Paris".
"My casting agents are looking for a four to seven-year-old girl who has one dimple on her right cheek and can play a younger me for my film. So difficult to find a little girl who looks like me thanx to the dimple on my right cheek! Uff! Going crazy with that casting! Grrr," tweeted the actress.
She has asked her Twitter followers to help her team with the task.
"If anyone genuinely knows of any little girls that can play mini me (my younger role), please send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks," she added.
25 years since 'Mr. India', Shekhar Kapur thanks fans
Filmmaker Shekhar Kapur has thanked fans for keeping his 1987 film "Mr.India" alive even after 25 years.
"Huge hug and loads of love to fans of 'Mr.India' for keeping the film alive and kicking on its 25th birthday," tweeted Kapur.