Mumbai June 10 (IANS) After excelling in the acting world, National Award winning actress Kangana Ranaut is wondering how to go “beyond” the success. She says she may take up direction.
“I have worked really hard and given very good performances. But I have started to feel that what am I going to do beyond this. Everyone reaches a point in their career, where you want to go further, but you need support from every sector, like scripts and director. So let’s see, otherwise I will get into direction,” Kangana said here.
Her latest release “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” has done exceptional business at the box office, and it is still raking in the moolah.
Ever her film kitty is full as of now.
“Currently, I am working on Hansal Mehta’s ‘Simran’ and Vishal Bhardwaj’s ‘Rangoon’. Now my expectation from myself has increased ten folds,” she added.
Apart from “Simran” and “Rangoon” Kangana will next be seen in “Katti Batti” opposite Imran Khan. Its trailer will be out on June 14.
Jackie feels proud about Tiger’s IIFA victory
Actor Jackie Shroff is proud that his son Tiger Shroff won the Best Debut – Male trophy at the International Indian Film Academy Awards in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
“I felt extremely delighted at IIFA as my son Tiger was honoured with an award. It feels good to see audiences selecting him and considering him deserving for the award. I’m grateful to the fans and god for showering so much of love on him,” Jackie said here.
Tiger made his debut with “Heropanti” and even the film’s heroine Kriti Sanon bagged the Best Debut – Female award.
Sachin-Jigar share story behind ‘If you hold my hand’
From a humble beginning to reaching the peak of popular progressive music, Sachin-Jigar, today is a big name in Bollywood. Their association with “ABCD” fame director Remo D’souza is old and strong as they have produced the music for all his movies, including the second part of the film titled “ABCD 2”.
The entire team of “ABCD 2”, which included Varun Dhawan, Remo and Sachin-Jigar, was present on the sets of TV reality show “Nach Baliye” to promote their film. While interacting with the media, the duo told the story behind the song “If you hold my hand”,.
“We made the song in 2010 for his first film. But Remo stuck to it and said that we will use the song when the time is right,” said Jigar Saraiya.
Remo and the composer duo waited five years before they could find the right project for the song.
“He (Remo) didn’t let us use this song anywhere else, and he has shot it in a way we couldn’t imagine. The song is beautiful, but watch out for the way Remo sir has shot it,” he added.
Directed by Remo D’Souza, the film is slated to release on June 19. It also stars Prabhudheva and international dancer Lauren Gottlieb.