New Delhi, Dec 10 (IANS) Actor Sanjay Suri, who co-produced and acted in "Sorry Bhai", can't stop raving about his co-star Chitrangada Singh.
"We were fortunate that Chitrangada chose this film for her comeback. She is very refreshing and easy going to work with," Sanjay told IANS.
"She is a very attractive woman and I can easily say that she has a deadly combination of looks and talent. I'm sure she will do very well in her career because she is so natural in front of the camera," he said.
Chitrangada, who debuted with Sudhir Mishra's 'Hazaaron Khwaishen Aisi' , had taken a three-year break before returning to the big screen with director Onir's "Sorry Bhai".
'New York' to be Yash Raj's first release in 2009
National Award-winning director Kabir Khan's film "New York" will be Yash Raj Film's first release of 2009.
Kabir Khan's previous venture "Kabul Express" was critically acclaimed worldwide and he hopes to repeat his success with "New York".
The film's star cast includes John Abraham, Katrina Kaif, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Irrfan Khan.
The film, a contemporary story of three young friends whose lives are turned upside down by certain events that were beyond their control, is set against the larger than life backdrop of the Big Apple.
The film's first look is set to be revealed along with the Dec 12 release of Yash Raj's Shah Rukh Khan-starrer "Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi".
Film's script matters most to me: Sharman Joshi
Actor Sharman Joshi, who played a very different role in Onir's "Sorry Bhai", says that the script is his top priority when he chooses a film.
"My priority when I choose a film is the script, then it is the director and then my part in the film. These are my guidelines. I like doing films that I would want to see as an audience," Sharman told IANS.
"My part in the film is also important. Is the role challenging to portray? Will it be exciting for me? I look at all this very objectively," said Sharman, whose performances were appreciated in films like "Rang De Basanti" and "Life In A Metro".
The actor's future projects include Tips Films' "Toh Baat Pakki" and Ravi Walia's "Allah Ke Bande" apart from Rajkumar Hirani's "Three Idiots".