" Homi was clear about what he wanted the film to be like. He wanted it to seem like a regular conversation, and to seem like it's out of real life. He wanted the quirkiness and humour to come out in a dead pan way. I enjoyed working on 'Finding Fanny'. It was like a holiday for me, Arjun told IANS."
Mumbai, July 24 - After Farah Khan, Chennai Express director Rohit Shetty is the latest Bollywood director to shoot a cameo for actor Shreyas Talpade's Marathi production Poshter Boyz. Shreyas says they're his true friends.

I didn't think of it as a new trend, both Rohit and Farah are close to me and are very successful directors and I love watching their movies which are all out entertainers. When I decided to produce 'Poshter Boyz', being in the same entertainer space, I knew I had to have them in the film, Shreyas said in a statement.

Both Rohit and Farah are so sweet that they immediately agreed to be a part of the film, no questions asked, true friends I can completely count on, he added.

The two directors made impromptu improvisations to their part in the movie, produced under Shreyas and Deepti Talpade's own banner Affluence Movies Private Limited. The movie will release Aug 1.

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Anushka's Twitterati crosses 3 mnActress Anushka Sharma is over the moon as her followers on micro-blogging site Twitter have increased to over three million.

Crossed 3 Million followers here! Thank you to all my 3 millions for the constant love and support. Love you all, Anushka tweeted Thursday.

After featuring in movies like Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, Band Baaja Baaraat and Jab Tak Hai Jaan, the actress will soon be seen in Bombay Velvet, P.K. and Dil Dhadakne Do.

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'Finding Fanny' was like holiday for me: Arjun

Working on Homi Adajania's English language film Finding Fanny, which was majorly shot in Goa, turned out to be like a holiday for him.

The experience of shooting with a team as wonderful as actors such as Naseeruddin Shah, Pankaj Kapoor, Dimple Kapadia and Deepika Padukone, was also enhanced because of the director's clarity of thought, said the Gunday actor.

Homi was clear about what he wanted the film to be like. He wanted it to seem like a regular conversation, and to seem like it's out of real life. He wanted the quirkiness and humour to come out in a dead pan way. I enjoyed working on 'Finding Fanny'. It was like a holiday for me, Arjun told IANS.

The movie's first look has been appreciated for its quirkiness.


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