Giorgia grooves on one dance
The adorable actress Giorgia Andriani has always entertained her fans on social media by posting some chucklesome videos which definitely can bring a broad smile on your face. The actress recently uploaded a funny dance reel on Instagram which is loved by her fans and has gone viral on social media.
While everybody is hopping on to the trend of One Dance by Drake as we all know Andriani never disappoints her fans, she also grooved to this trending song with ease and shook a leg with the dancer friend of hers Shubham. The actress is seen vibing to the song with her goofy outfit. Andriani and the choreographer have seen twinning with their red-black checks jacket making a perfect pair together.
On the work front, she will be soon seen alongside Shehnaz Gill in an upcoming song which will be revealed soon.
Bikramjeet passes away
Bollywood took to social media to mourn the demise of actor Bikramjeet Kanwarpal due to Covid-related complications. He was 52.
After retiring from the Indian Army, Bikramjeet entered showbiz in 2003. He has been part of films such as Rocket Singh: Salesman Of The Year, Aarakshan, Murder 2, 2 States and The Ghazi Attack. He has also been TV shows such as Diya Aur Baati Hum, Yeh Hai Chahatein, Dil Hi Toh Hai and 24. Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar, who has worked with the actor, also expressed his grief.
He wrote: “Saddened to hear demise of Maj. Bikramjeet Kanwarpal a talented actor who had acted in my films Heroine, Page3, Corporate & Indu Sarkar. Will miss our conversations on Indian Army and his dream project film on Siachen. My Condolences for his family and friends.” IANS
I didn’t want to act in films: Adil Hussain
Actor Adil Hussain says before he was offered the 2010 hit Ishqiya, he never harboured a desire to enter Bollywood. He admits not caring much about the films being made at the time.
“My first film in Hindi language was Ishqiya. I never went to Bombay to look for work in films. I didn't want to act in films, most of the films didn't inspire me. I did not watch them or like them, apart from a very few,” he said.
The actor recalls Ishqyia director Abhishek Chaubey had to convince him to come on board.
“When Ishqiya came to me, Abhishek Chaubey flew from Bombay to Delhi to convince me to act in his film. He asked me why I was not in Bombay, and I said that I don't like the films and so why should I be in them. So, he said that this was a very different kind of film. He told me the story and I loved it,” he says.