New Delhi, June 29 (IANS) After Tamil superstar Kamal Haasan played 10 different roles in "Dasavatharam", it is Rahul Bose's turn to play a multi-character role in a forthcoming film, "Maan Gaye Mughal-E-Azam".
Rahul will play six different characters in the movie directed by Sanjay Chhel, a press release said.
He will essay the roles of a daredevil officer of the intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), Mughal prince Jehangir, an underworld gangster, a Hyderabadi Nawab, a dumb deputy of an underworld don and also a don's bodyguard.
Mallika Sherawat and Paresh Rawal will also feature in "Maan Gaye Mughal-E-Azam".
I'm a TV person, says Malaika
Malaika Arora Khan, known for her dance moves in popular Bollywood songs like "Chhaiya chhaiya" and "Mahi ve", has been a part of quite a few small screen reality shows and she admits that she is more inclined to television.
"The small screen today is tomorrow's big screen," Malaika said here at the launch of new dance reality show "Zara Nachke Dikha".
Malaika is the judge for the show to be aired on STAR One starting July 14.
"I have always been a TV person. I don't do much on big screen apart from songs," she said.
The dance show apart, Malaika is now all set for her first full-length role as an actress opposite Arjun Rampal in Suniel Shetty's "EMI".
Launching Harman was tough, says mom
Harman Baweja's mother Pammi, the producer of his much-awaited launch vehicle "Love Story 2050", is a tad nervous about her son's debut.
"Launching Harman was tough. It is a costume drama and so a lot of experimentation with making the sets and deciding the costume was tough. We all worked really very hard," she said.
Pammi was here with her son Harman for the launch of a magazine last week. "Love Story 2050", starring Priyanka Chopra as the female lead, is set for release July 4.