'Professional' Shahid shoots all night!
New Delhi, June 25 (IANS) Actor Shahid Kapoor has earned the tag of being a true "professional" after he shot a song for "Kismat Konnection" through the night after a full day's work!
Shahid, who stars opposite Vidya Balan in the forthcoming movie, worked into the wee hours of the morning to shoot for the song "Ba khuda", said producer Ramesh Taurani.
"Shahid being the professional that he is volunteered to shoot the song in the night after we packed up our day's work. So the shooting of the video began at 12 in the night and went on till four in the morning."
"We shot for two days and completed it," Taurani was quoted as saying.
He added: "Getting Shahid's dates was a hassle because we were already shooting non-stop for another video in the film."
Directed by Aziz Mirza, "Kismat Konnection" is set for release July 18.
I'm not seeing anyone: Neetu Chandra
Actress Neetu Chandra of "Traffic Signal" fame is single and says marriage is nowhere on the cards right now.
"What is the spelling of marriage? My career has just begun and I am not seeing anyone," Neetu said.
But the actress, who has been signed on for four films this year, has interesting ideas for her wedding, whenever it takes place.
"When I intend to get married, I'd arrange a proper guys' gathering just like a 'swayamvar' to find the ideal guy. I'd make the guys hold a board in their hands with their best qualities written on it and then I'd choose the best one," laughed Neetu.
Star status is still far away: Harman
Newcomer Harman Baweja, whose much-hyped debut film "Love Story 2050" is set to release July 4, says he should not be accorded star status until he proves his worth.
"I don't see myself as a star ... it's too far now," Harman said.
The budding actor added: "A star is a celestial object which is beyond reach and hence Amitji (Amitabh Bachchan) and Shah Rukh (Khan) can be called stars."
"Please don't put a newcomer on that pedestal."
Star or not, Harman is reportedly the only debutant to have bagged five plum projects even before the release of his first film.