Expresso Bollywood News Update at 11:30 am on 5th December 2022


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“Let’s begin with our top story. Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar has opened up about his upcoming projects, recently. The actor said he will begin filming his first web series, The End, as early as next year. Akshay added that he was also working on a film about sex education.
When interviewed at the Red Sea International Film Festival, Akshay said that the web series was more on the science fiction side of things “”with a lot of action in it””. About his movie about sex education, Akshay Kumar revealed that he liked doing social films which could make a difference in people’s lives. “
Moving on, Actress Tripti Dimri is receiving praise for her performance in the titular role in Qala, reuniting her with Bulbbul director Anvita Dutt. In a recent interview for the film, the actor, who shot to fame with her stellar performance in the supernatural-thriller Bulbbul, said it is essential for artists to explore different worlds and characters. On the work front, Dimri will be seen next in a romantic movie with Vicky Kaushal and the Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Animal. Qala, which was released on Netflix on Friday, December 2nd, also stars Babil Khan and Swastika Mukherjee.
Actor Manoj Bajpayee is set to star in a courtroom drama, to be produced by Vinod Bhanushali’s Bhanushali Studios Limited, Suparn S Varma and Zee Studios. The untitled project will mark the feature directorial debut of Apoorv Singh Karki, known for helming episodes of series such as Aspirants, Saas Bahu Achaar Pvt Ltd and Flames. Bajpayee said that he was fascinated by the story and immediately agreed to be a part of this beautiful script. The film started production on Sunday, the 4th of December, and the makers aim to release the movie in 2023.
“Bollywood actor Kajol, who will next be seen in the film Salaam Venky, opened up about collaborating with her husband, actor Ajay Devgn for a comedy role. Kajol said neither of them is funny and added that despite Ajay having starred in many comedy films, he is not as funny in real life.
Kajol also spoke about collaborating with her Fanaa co-star Aamir Khan again, after several years. Kajol said that her equation with him was always good and that she respects Aamir as an actor. Salaam Venky is set to release on December 9.”
Meanwhile, actor Janhvi Kapoor opened up about the repeated comparisons that are made between her and her mother, the late actor Sridevi. Janhvi said that she can’t blame people for having huge expectations of her and that she doesn’t want the comparisons to stop. Earlier, the Mili actor revealed that Sridevi had warned her about the comparisons and recalled the time when her mother was very protective of her. Sridevi died on February 24, 2018, in Dubai, where she was attending a wedding. She was known for her iconic roles in Hindi movies such as Lamhe, Mr India and Chandni.
Bollywood actor Suniel Shetty was recently asked if he felt insecure about his Hera Pheri co-star Akshay Kumar’s success. The actor said that he doesn’t like being under pressure and that he feels comfortable in his zone. However, Suniel admitted that Akshay is the one who still inspires him to stay focused. Recently, Suniel expressed his regret at Akshay not being a part of Hera Pheri 3. He made it clear that Akshay was not being replaced by Kartik Aaryan in the film and also said that he will personally meet the former, and discuss the whole situation.
Actor Delnaaz Irani said in a recent interview that she wants to ‘take the Neena Gupta route’ and plead with film and television producers to cast her in projects. Best known for her supporting performance in the hit 2003 film Kal Ho Naa Ho, Delnaaz had appeared in several TV shows and reality series, but she hasn’t appeared in a major theatrical movie since 2011’s Ra.One. Delnaaz admitted that the arrival of social media influencers, a lack of budget for the salaries of supporting cast members, and the increasing influence of casting directors have resulted in actors of her generation falling off the radar.
Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali attended a series of events in London, recently as part of the BAFTA Awards campaign for Gangubai Kathiawadi. The director discussed his career of 25 years, delivered his first ever BAFTA masterclass and also interacted with students during a Q&A session. Gangubai Kathiawadi was screened at The Prince Charles Cinema on November 30, where Bhansali was in attendance. Before heading to London, Bhansali had shared his excitement in an interview and said that he was thrilled and excited but most of all, happy that Gangubai Kathiawadi “had reached so far”. He also credited Alia Bhatt and said that she contributed immensely to making Gangubai such a memorable character.
Ayushmann Khurrana, whose latest film An Action Hero released in theatres on Friday, December 2nd, recently spoke about how early on in his career, he turned a bit arrogant. The Doctor G star recalled that after his debut film, Vicky Donor, became a hit, he was arrogant towards his family and friends The Anek actor said that the arrogance went away in those three years after his debut, from doing no work, but it was his family and friends were the ones who gave him constructive criticism at the time and kept him grounded.

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