Shahid Kapoor shot with smoke

Shahid Kapoor shot with smoke for ‘Udta Punjab’ song 

Mumbai, June 4 (IANS) Actor Shahid Kapoor, who is a non-smoker in real life, had to shoot extensively with smoke for the title track of his upcoming film “Udta Punjab”.

In the video of the song, there is a lot of smoke around Shahid which is just appropriate given the character that he is playing in the film.

It was not usual for Shahid to have so much smoke around but he had no issues doing so for the shoot as his character demanded that.

“Shahid who doesn’t smoke, shot the track with only smoke around… It was a tad bit difficult, but Shahid got into the skin of character and finished the song without any hitch,” the film’s director Abhishek Chaubey said in a statement.

“Udta Punjab” was earlier slated for a June 17 release, but the film’s issues with the censor board might push it ahead.

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Being sexy to me is being fit, healthy: John Abraham

Actor John Abraham, who has flaunted his chiselled body and sculpted abs in the upcoming “Dishoom”, says his idea of being sexy is being “fit” and “healthy”.

“Being sexy to me is being fit, being healthy and having a strong body,” John said at the GQ Best Dressed party here on Thursday.

“For me, fashion is being comfortable in your own skin, own clothes… Wearing something that makes you feel good as opposed to others,” he added.

Styled by Tanya Vohra, John kept his fashion quotient casual and edgy and sported a multi-zipper Gaurav Gupta shirt with G-Star denims and Dior slip-ons.

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