Salman passes on lucky name Prem to Arbaaz (Film Snippets)

April 22nd, 2009 - 5:54 pm ICT by IANS  

Mumbai, April 22 (IANS) Bollywood star Salman Khan has found a new way to pass on his luck to younger brother Arbaaz Khan - by passing on his lucky screen name Prem.
The actor suggested that Arbaaz name his character Prem in his upcoming film “Prem The Game”, where he plays the lead.

“Earlier, Arbaaz’s character was called by a different name. But Salman suggested that he call his character Prem. So, Arbaaz changed his name to ‘Prem’,” said a source close to the actor.

Salman’s character in 1989 hit “Maine Pyar Kiya” was called Prem and the actor never looked back since then. He later went on to do many films with the same character name as he considered the name lucky. Some of these movies were “Hum Saath-Saath Hain”, “Biwi No.1″ and “Chal Mere Bhai”, among others.


Hrithik teams up with Ganesh Hegde again

Hrithik Roshan and ace choreographer Ganesh Hegde created magic with the dance moves in “Koi Mil Gaya” and the two have teamed up again - but this time for a TV commercial for popular biscuit brand Hide-n-Seek.

“The commercial required a radically different sound concept and what Ganesh conceived, composed and executed was brilliant,” Hrithik said in a statement.

“Working on the commercial with Ganesh was a gift from god. After three agonising years with damaged knees, managing to justify his genius choreography was extremely challenging. I’m happy to say that this one is going to be our best yet and the entire credit goes to Ganesh,” said the actor, who underwent a knee surgery last year.

The TV ad will be aired later this month.


Shyam Benegal wraps up ‘Well Done Abba’

Veteran filmmaker Shyam Benegal is ready with his next venture “Well Done Abba”, a satirical comedy that stars Boman Irani in a double role.

The film that is inspired by two short stories - “Narsaiyyan Ki Bavdi” by Jeelani Bano and “Phulwa Ka Pul” by Sanjeev - is produced by Big Pictures and also stars Minissha Lamba and Sammir Dattani in pivotal roles.

The story revolves around a driver working in Mumbai who takes a month’s leave to find a husband for his teenage daughter, said a release from Big Pictures.

The film has been shot in Mumbai and Hyderabad.

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