Mumbai, March 3: Actress Richa Chadda, who got critical acclaim for her performance in “Gangs of Wasseypur”, says her “Fukrey” shooting is completed.
“Fukrey”, a buddy movie that revolves around Delhi-based youngsters, is being produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar under Excel Entertainment.
“It is a wrap for me on ‘Fukrey’, the second film I have finished since the release of ‘Gangs Of Wasseypur’. Absolutely loved working with this exceptional team,” Richa tweeted.
“And Excel, you truly do excel. Ritesh and Farhan. Loved the experience. Feel blessed and content,” Richa further posted.
Mrigdeep Singh Lamba has directed the film.
Richa was seen in Dibaker Banerjee’s “Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!” in 2008 and her other forthcoming films are “Ram Leela”, “Tamanchey”, and “Ishqeria”.
Thanks to Boney, I’m in Bollywood: Prabhudheva
Choreographer-turned-director Prabhudheva feels he is in Bollywood only because of Boney Kapoor.
“I think I am in Bollywood because of Boney sir. He was the one who was keen on making ‘Wanted’. So I owe a big thank you to him,” said Prabhudheva.
Starring actors Salman Khan and Ayesha Takia, the 2009 crime action drama “Wanted” was Prabhudheva’s first Bollywood directorial venture.
It was co-produced by Kapoor and filmmaker-actor Sohail Khan.
Patience is key to survival: Goldie Behl
Filmmaker Goldie Behl doles out the mantra to survive in Bollywood and says never to lose patience.
Behl had directed movies like “Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai” and “Drona”, and produced “London, Paris, New York” and recently released “I, Me, Aur Main”.
“I am constantly learning but I think the only thing that can help you survive is patience. You can’t be impatient and should always keep trying new things out,” he told IANS.