Mumbai: Veteran actress-politician Hema Malini took a moment out from her busy schedule to soak in the joy of being amidst mustard fields, which have found representation in Bollywood films over and over again.
A BJP MP from Mathura constituency, Hema tweeted on Tuesday: “Amongst the beautiful bright green sarson fields that are spread over acres & acres in the outskirts of Mathura.”
The 69-year-old supplemented her post with a photograph in which she is seen looking elegant in a green-coloured silk sari, and smiling away as the background of the mustard fields complements her look.
Kartik excited to be part of Honey Singh’s song
Actor Kartik Aaryan says it’s great to have the “talented” rapper Honey Singh collaborating on his forthcoming film “Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety”.
Honey has returned after a gap of about two years. His new song, “Dil chori sadda ho gaya”, will feature in the Kartik starrer.
“It’s great to have someone as talented and loved like Honey Singh collaborating on our film. The song is an adaptation of a classic song recreated in Honey Singh’s true style and we had a great time shooting for the song,” Kartik said in a statement.
Produced by Luv Films and T-Series, the film also stars Nushrat Bharucha and Sunny Singh. It is set to hit the screens on January 12, 2018.
I live in the moment: Soha
Actress Soha Ali Khan, who is enjoying the initial months of motherhood with her daughter Inaaya Naumi Kemmu, is looking forward to getting back to work, but she says she prefers to live in the moment rather than plan for the future.
“Whether it is professional pursuits or leisure and travel… I live in the moment and don’t plan for future. I have lost people in my life I am close to, I understand that life is short and unpredictable. So, the idea is not to get stressed and frustrated about things because we are all going to end up in the same place at the end of the day. We might as well enjoy life,” Soha told IANS.
The daughter of veteran actress Sharmila Tagore and the late Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, Soha recently turned author with “The Perils of Being Moderately Famous”.