About the film, which is under the Zee Studios banner, Richa says it is based on “real events.”
“This is based on real events that we all witnessed during the second wave of COVID-19. There was loss and despair, but there was also hope.”
“In fact, I was so touched by this kindness of strangers that I launched Kindry, a small social media initiative that only amplified stories of goodness and selflessness through a second wave. ”
The actress said, “This film is a grim look at all of our lives during a pandemic that made us afraid to be human, with forced and obligatory distancing.
“I am talking about doctors and nurses who were selfless in their work.
Directed by Abhishek Acharya. Apart from that, Richa has finished filming ‘Girls will be Girls’, the first film in her production at her co-owned home.
The film is an Indian-French co-production, co-produced by Pushing Buttons Studios, Crawling Angel Films and French company Dolce Vita Films.
Janhvi’s pet is picky.She asks a fan how to restore his appetite
Mumbai – Janhvi Kapoor shared concerns about the diet of furry friend pandas. Apparently, the cute little dog is “picky” with her food, so she took to social media to ask her fans to suggest ways to get the panda to eat normally.
Janhvi, best known for roles in movies like ‘Dhadak’, ‘Ghost Stories’, ‘Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl’, ‘Roohi’ and ‘Mili’, shares a video explaining the panda problem And fans share healthy and interesting food ideas to help pets eat properly again.
She also stated that she has been busy filming, writing in the caption: I think pandas are too!
“He’s been picky about food lately and hasn’t eaten much! I think he needs to change his diet or introduce something new to his routine!
“Any suggestions? Help guys! What should I do?”
Incidentally, Janhvi is busy filming “Mr And Mrs Mahi”, which also stars Rajkummar Rao.
Priyanka Dhavale on filming a romantic dance sequence
Mumbai– TV actress Priyanka Daval shared how she paired with co-star Harsh Nagar to perform a romantic dance sequence during the Sangeet ceremony of the show Kyunky Tam Hi Ho.
she said: I’m a huge Bollywood fan, growing up listening to Bollywood music, copying chorus steps and imitating expressions. “
The actress said getting the chance to dance on screen was like a dream come true, and she enjoys filming it.
While detailing the special dance sequence, the ‘Mehndi Hai Rachnewaali’ actress added: Enthusiastic. We listened to the song a few times and then started rehearsing all day long. “
“I enjoyed learning and matching the steps, getting the rhythm, pace and expression right. It was fun. I had a lot of fun shooting it,” she concluded.
Anjali Arora: Trolling can affect mental health and disrupt lives
Mumbai – Anjali Alora One of her ‘Lock Upp’ fames opened up about her depression and mental health issues, sharing how difficult it is to deal with the needless trolling.
she said: , understanding thoughts vanish, leaving only hate speech and curse words, and no more. “
She spoke about facing severe mental illness after being brutally trolled online.
she said: I know this all too well because I’ve faced an enormous amount of trolling.
Anjali has been facing depression for quite some time. In fact, when she revealed that she had attempted suicide on 11th Avenue on a reality show.
“I was in depression for a very long time, about a few months. But after stabilizing myself by talking about it to my close people and putting in a lot of effort and giving myself more time, I I’m stronger and I’m back to living a life full of passion.”
On solutions for dealing with depression and mental illness, Anjali concludes:
“But you can keep your mind healthy and strong by meditating, eating well, ignoring the haters, and most importantly, staying far away from the good people in front of you, not behind them. Follow these steps. It will keep your heart healthy,” she concludes.
Pia Bajpee is ready to reprise the role of Poonam Sharma in ‘Lal Lang 2’
Mumbai– actress Peer Budpy Seen again for the role of Poonam Sharma in Syed Ahmad Afzal’s Laal Rang 2, a sequel to the 2016 film Laal Rang. I also explained how my role was formed.
‘Laal Rang’ is set in Haryana and revolves around a blood trading business, with Shankar (Randeep Hooda) portrayed as the owner of an illegal blood bank. Bollywood actor Randeep Hooda also returned as Shankar in the film.
She shared about continuing to play the role of a Saharanpur girl in the second part.
she said: It’s been a great experience working with the entire cast and team and I’m so happy to have had the chance to reunite with them. “
Known for her roles in comedy drama ‘Goa’ directed by Venkat Prabhu, Tamil film ‘Kho’, Telugu film ‘Dharam’, Malayalam film ‘The Masters’ and Hindi film ‘Mumbai Delhi Mumbai’, the actress has been cast in the film six years later. the whole team.
She added: My role is still taking shape. I have a lot to add and learn. I can’t wait to start shooting this time. Fans and audiences will see more of me on screen. “
“Laal Rang 2: Khoon Chusva” is produced by Randeep Hooda Films, Avak Films, Jelly Bean Entertainment and co-produced by Anwar Ali and Sonu Kuntal. This movie will be released soon. (IANS)