Mumbai, May 20 :
Ranbir Kapoor has worked out hard to sport a muscular body in Anurag Kashyap’s “Bombay Velvet”. If a source is to be believed, a trainer from Kenya had come down to train the talented actor.
“Ranbir got a trainer from Kenya to train with him for almost four months. He will be sporting a lean, muscular built in ‘Bombay Velvet’. In the film, he plays a character who is into street fighting,” said the source close to the film’s production team.
“Bombay Velvet” also features Anushka Sharma.
Prachi to make cameo in ‘Ek Villain’
Actress Prachi Desai will make a guest appearance in Mohit Suri’s directorial “Ek Villain”, produced by Balaji Motion Pictures.
She will be seen in the “Awari” track, which will be shot in Mumbai soon. Composed and rendered by the Pakistani band Soch, the song will also feature an actor whose identity is yet to be revealed.
During a recent visit to the Balaji Motion Pictures office, Suri happened to meet Prachi, who expressed a keen desire to work with him.
“Prachi has been a huge fan of Mohit’s hits and was overwhelmed when he instantly asked her to make an appearance in a track. Music has always been a major highlight of his films,” a source said in a statement.
“‘Awari” is not a quintessential item number, it is a rock-style bar track laden with emotion.
The musical romantic thriller stars Sidharth Malhotra and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead.
Jaipur Pink Panthers – Abhishek’s Pro Kabaddi team
Abhishek Bachchan Tuesday revealed that his Jaipur franchise of Pro Kabaddi, a professional Kabaddi league, is called Jaipur Pink Panthers, and he even unveiled its logo online.
“Just finished the first Pro Kabaddi League auction. Look forward to all your support for the Jaipur Pink Panthers. Very happy with the team we got. All the best to the rest of the franchises,” posted the junior Bachchan, also a sports enthusiast.
After receiving a positive response, he added: “So happy that you guys (are) liking the name and logo. So crew, now you know which team you are supporting in the Pro Kabaddi revolution.”