My chest has become blouse: Sujoy Ghosh (Movie Snippets)

July 16th, 2012 - 2:18 pm ICT by IANS  

Vidya Balan Mumbai, July 16 (IANS) Bollywood films come and go, but even after over four months since “Kahaani” hit the screens, Sujoy Ghosh is still receiving praise galore for the movie. He is so proud of its success that he says “my chest has become blouse”.The dialogue is among many funny dialogues delivered by Ajay Devgn in hit comedy “Bol Bachchan”. He uses it to describe a proud state of mind. And Ghosh just did that too!

“All of you saying nice things about ‘Kahaani’. I thank you while moonwalking backwards. Extraordinary happiness. My chest has become blouse,” Ghosh posted on Twitter.

“Kahaani” features Vidya Balan in the lead.


Onir impressed with pothole-free Karachi

Filmmaker Onir, who was on a visit to Karachi, loved the food and hospitality there, and hopes Mumbai becomes as pothole-free as the Pakistani city.

“One observation. Totally impressed with the pothole free roads of Karachi. Mumbai when will thee be potholes free,” tweeted Onir.

Onir was there to attend The Social Media Mela 2012 to talk about crowdfunding, a method he used to fund his “I AM” series.


‘Teri shirt da…’ wasn’t for our film: Ekta Kapoor

The song “Teri shirt da main button…” from the film “Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum” could have been a part of an Akshay Kumar movie, had producer Ekta Kapoor not heard it in Meet Brothers’ studio before.

“That song was not supposed to be in our film. We happened to be in Manmeet and Harmeet’s studio, and they were casually telling me that ‘There’s a song we have, but it won’t fit your story.’ They said ‘Akshay paaji might have liked this song and wants to keep it.’ But I said ‘Sunaa toh do (at least make me hear it)’. I heard the song, locked them up, booked it and then left,” Ekta said.

The song has become very popular, and Ekta has popularised it further by playing it on her various TV shows.

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