Mumbai: Actor Mohit Madaan, who will be seen sharing screen space with actress Hrishitaa Bhatt in JoJo D’Souza’s next directorial, feels that his lifestyle has changed ever since he entered showbiz.
“Showbiz has changed the way of my living. This is a very dynamic industry where you have to be always on your feet and adopt the change. Anything can happen any time. You must be prepared. An opportunity can come knocking when you least expect it,” Mohit said in a statement.
The actor, who made his Bollywood debut in 2015 with “Love Exchange”, feels blessed that he is getting opportunities in the film industry despite not belonging to a star family.
Mohit has also wrapped up shooting for director Anant Mahadevan’s thriller “Aksar 2”.
Richa Chadha, Angad Bedi the new fitness buddies
Fitness enthusiasts and actors Richa Chadha and Angad Bedi, who will be seen in Amazon Prime Video’s show “Inside Edge”, are bonding well thanks to a fitness regime.
The show, also starring Vivek Anand Oberoi and Sayani Gupta, will have Richa playing a character of a boss lady who owns a cricket team. Angad will play the role of a cricket team captain.
“I usually love to try new fitness regimes and do not stick to one. I had come to know about this new fitness centre by South African athletes and loved it when I tried it,” Angad said in a statement.
He added: “Richa and I have been bonding very well on the sets of ‘Inside Edge’ and she as well is a fitness enthusiast so, I suggested her with this new regime and she tried it too. It’s good to bond with your co-stars on set as well as off-set.”
While shooting for the series, both Richa and Angad became instant friends. Since then both are often seen working out together.
Jonita Gandhi ecstatic over working with A.R. Rahman
Singer Jonita Gandhi says working with music maestro A.R. Rahman for the film “Mom” was a treat.
Gandhi has sung the song “Raakhi baakhi” for the Sridevi starrer.
“It is always a treat to work with Rahman sir. I always learn new things about my voice when I work with him. In this song, I had to do a lot of spoken word and shouting (both of which are new to me), along with singing,” Gandhi said in a statement.
“The background shouts/screams that are scattered throughout the track are actually my voice. It was quite difficult to scream like that, in a studio, in front of Rahman sir! Definitely a memorable experience,” she added.
Gandhi has also worked on tracks like “Kehne ko” (“Dear Maya”), “Ye jawaani teri” (“Meri Pyaari Bindu”), “Gilehriyaan” (“Dangal”) and “The breakup song” (“Ae Dil Hai Mushkil”)