Mumbai, July 31 (IANS) Actor Adhyayan Suman says he is not in the industry just for the sake of doing films, but has some other plans too.
Adhyayan said here: “I’m working on something. I feel it is very important not just to do films. I’m not here just for the sake of doing films, so I keep on working hard. We made ‘Heartless’ last year which people loved. Now I’m working on a different subject for our home production.”
The son of actor-comedian Shekhar Suman has completed a film called “Ishq Click” and has also done another film titled “DNA Of Love”.
“Next year, three of my films will release hopefully, so I’m keeping my fingers crossed,” he added.
Alia feels KJo would be a ‘funny’ lawyer
Actress Alia Bhatt, who has co-curated the newly launched English content channel, COLORS Infinity with Karan Johar, feels the filmmaker could be a good lawyer a la Bob Odenkirk’s character from “Better Call Saul”.
Alia believes that Karan has a way with words and can get anyone out of trouble with ease.
Noticing similarities between the character Jimmy McGill from “Better Call Saul” and Karan, Alia pointed out that Karan would make a great lawyer.
She said in a statement: “Karan has so much conviction in his opinions, that he’ll make you feel you’re wrong. Some way or the other he’ll make his way around, he would make a superb lawyer! And he’ll be funny also, a funny lawyer.”
Critically acclaimed “Better Call Saul” is a dark comedy about a lawyer who is capable of getting anyone out of the deepest trouble.
‘Prem Rog’ clocks 33 years, Rishi thanks fans
Rishi Kapoor starrer “Prem Rog” completed 33 years of its release on Friday and the veteran actor has thanked his fans for the support given to him.
The romantic film revolves around a poor villager played by Rishi, who faces a family’s wrath for pursuing the love of an upper class widow essayed by Padmini Kolhapure.
“31st July 1982. Prem Rog. 33 years back. Thank you all for your patronage,” the elated actor tweeted.
Directed and produced by Raj Kapoor, “Prem Rog” also stars Shammi Kapoor, Tanuja,
Nanda, Raza Murad and Om Prakash.
Rishi and Padmini have also been seen in movies like “Zamane Ko Dikhana Hai” in 1981, “Yeh Ishq Nahin Aasaan” in 1984, “Hawalaat” in 1984″ and “Pyar Ke Kabil” in 1987.