New Delhi: Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma is so impressed with the trailer of 'English Vinglish' that he is praising its lead actress Sridevi to the skies. Gauri Shinde's directorial debut marks the comeback of Sridevi to the big screen after a break of 15 years.
"Watched 'English Vinglish' trailer. After 15 year hiatus, Sridevi is looking 15 times more beautiful and seems to have become 15 times better actress," tweeted Varma.
Sridevi was last seen in 'Judaai'. In 'English Vinglish', she plays a middle-class Indian woman who struggles with the English language in the US.
In \'English Vinglish\', Sridevi plays a middle-class Indian woman who struggles with the English language in the US.
Salman challenges Katrina
Salman Khan threw a challenge to his former lady love and 'Ek Tha Tiger' co-star Katrina Kaif when they visited the sets of 'Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 5'. He wanted her to prove her improved Hindi-speaking skills.
Katrina and 'Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa' contestant Shibani Dandekar have a tough time speaking in Hindi. However, they have been trying hard to brush up their skills, and believe they have improved a lot.
So, when Salman challenged them to speak in Hindi, Katrina said: "Aap kaise ho (How are you)", to which Shibani replied: "Main ache hai (I am fine), How are you?"
It was enough to impress Salman and he gave the girls a standing ovation!
Vidyut's nine-hour training regime
'Force' actor Vidyut Jammwal follows a strict fitness regime to have to pull off action stunts with ease.
Known for his strong performance as Vishu in 'Force', Vidyut has a keen interest in martial arts and has extensive training, especially in Kalaripayattu, an Indian martial art from the southern state of Kerala.
Vidyut trains every morning at a quiet area of Mumbai's Juhu beach with a bunch of his friends.
"Vidyut is very driven and committed to his martial arts and fitness training. He works out not just very early in the morning but also every evening at training studio in Andheri," said a source.
"He trains from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. and from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. everyday," added the source.