"A film is your baby even if it fails to perform at the box office. It is so not cool for actors to thrash it after release, Gupta posted on Twitter."
Mumbai, July 21 - Director Rohit Shetty and actor Ajay Devgn became partners in crime on the sets of forthcoming movie Singham Returns when the duo decided to scare the crew members.
When they were on the sets of Singham returns in Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad, Ajay and Shetty played a prank.
They planned the entire prank in advance and took a spot boy under their confidence. The prankster duo made the spot boy wear white clothes and told the crew members that the set was haunted and that there was a ghost on the sets, as it was a night shoot and quite deserted.
Ajay sir and Rohit sir have been constant pranksters on sets. Once, they baffled and scared all of us by dressing up a spot boy in white clothes and making him behave like a ghost, said a source from the movie's production team.
Also, they always tried to scare us by telling stories of the ghosts in our hotel room, the source added.
Singham Returns, which also stars Kareena Kapoor, will release Aug 15. It is co-produced by Ajay Devgn Ffilms, Rohit Shetty Productions and Reliance Entertainment.
Akshay Kumar calls 'It's Entertainment' directors 'Sethji'
Bollywood star Akshay Kumar, whose forthcoming entertainer It's Entertainment is directed by debutants Farhad-Sajid, refers to the duo as 'Sethji'.
Farhad-Sajid and Akshay go back a long way, courtesy their past projects - they duo had penned for Housefull 2 and they wrote the story and dialogues for Boss.
It's true Akshay sir addresses Farhad Bhai and Sajid Bhai as Sethji and in return for this sweet gesture, they also call Akshay sir Sethji only. It sounds very sweet and little different at the same time, a source close to Farhad-Sajid revealed.
When asked about it, Farhad-Sajid said in a statement: Yes, it's true we address each other as Sethji.
Uncool for actors to thrash films after release: Sanjay Gupta
Saif Ali Khan recently called his latest release Humshakals, directed by Sajid Khan, a mistake. Without making any direct reference, Bollywood filmmaker Sanjay Gupta has said it's an uncool practice.
A film is your baby even if it fails to perform at the box office. It is so not cool for actors to thrash it after release, Gupta posted on Twitter.
Why do stars not criticise their trashy films that have worked at the box office? Hit hai toh sab chalta hai (If it's a hit, then it's okay), he added.