Bhumi, Ayushmann are sweet people: Anshul Chauhan (Movie Snippets)


Mumbai, Aug 29 (IANS) Actress Anshul Chauhan, who will be seen alongside Bhumi Pednekar and Ayushmann Khurrana in upcoming film "Shubh Mangal Savdhan", says the "Dum Laga Ke Haisha" stars made her feel comfortable on the set and are sweet people.

In the film, Anshul will be seen as Bhumi's character Sugandha's best friend Ginni -- a self proclaimed Delhi girl who misses no opportunity to give her valuable advice.

"I play Ginni, a dedicated friend who has been there for Sugandha at all times. Her worldly wise, quick to judge mind behind her innocent face, always adds a new dimension to the problem Sugandha is going through," Anshul said in a statement.

"Bhumi and Ayushmann were very encouraging and made me feel very comfortable as it was my first film. They are two really sweet people," she added.

Directed by R.S. Prasanna, the film is slated for release on Friday.


'Aksar 2' will give me what I deserve: Mohit Madaan

Actor Mohit Madaan is excited about the release of his upcoming thriller film "Aksar 2" as he feels the movie will give him what he actually deserves as an artiste.

"I made my debut in Bollywood with 'Love Exchange', which was a romantic comedy. But, 'Aksar 2' is a totally different world altogether. I personally enjoyed shooting for this film as it gave me space to explore my abilities as an actor. I play the role of Bachchan in the film," Mohit said in a statement.

"Even though I am totally opposite to my character in real life, still I loved playing it. I feel this film will give me what I actually deserve as an actor," he added.

Directed by Ananth Mahadevan, the trailer of the film was released on Monday.

The film, which will also feature Zareen Khan, Gautam Rode and Abhinav Shukla, is slated for release on October 6.


Herry Tangiri 'excited' about 'Vodka Diaries'

Actor Herry Tangiri, who was last seen onscreen in "Behen Hogi Teri", says he is excited about his next movie "Vodka Diaries", in which he will be seen sharing screen space with actors Kay Kay Menon, Raima Sen and Mandira Bedi.

"I have already seen the in-house distribution promo of it and got the real kick of a thrilling and equally nerve-wrecking movie. The promo of the film is awesome. I am hugely excited with this project," Herry said in a statement.

"It is first time when I did a mystery film -- a new genre for me after doing biopics. I am feeling very positive with this film and feel great to be a part of this brilliant ensemble cast. A film like this has not been released in Bollywood for quite some time now. It packs a great punch," he added.

Herry has previously appeared in biopics like "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag" and "M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story".

"Vodka Diaries" has been directed by Kushal Srivastava.