Mumbai, May 1
Punjabi movie “Jatt James Bond” has collected about Rs.7 crore in its first four days of release and still going strong. Actor Vindu Dara Singh, who plays one of the prominent roles in the movie, is elated.
“The theme is topical and I am thrilled that it is doing very well at the box office,” said Vindu.
The movie, also featuring Zarine Khan, Gippy Greawal and Gurpreet Ghuggi, talks about corruption and politicians and the movie has been a hit with masses. It was released in Punjab, as also in Mumbai and a few other cities.
“I had the opportunity of working with the very beautiful Zarine Khan and hope she finds more roles in the Punjabi movie industry. I worked very hard for my role in the movie and am very happy with the results,” the actor said in a statement.
He is seen as a banker and brother of Zarine, who is making her Punjabi movie debut.
Hope success of non star-cast film continues: Rohit Roy
A popular face on telly, Rohit Roy is happy with the way non star-cast films are performing at the ticket windows. He wants the trend to continue.
“And the list of good, smaller, non star-cast films gets longer! And I hope this trend continues as only then will be able to produce better cinema,” tweeted Rohit, known for his work in TV shows like “Swabhimaan” and “Viraasat” and movies like “Shootout At Lokhandwala”.
Rohit’s elder brother Ronit is equally popular on the telly, and has carved a niche for himself in the movie world with his performance in “Udaan” and “2 States”.
Sonam enlists her fashion inspiration
She is a true fashionista, but when it comes to taking inspiration, Sonam Kapoor looks up to veterans like Waheeda Rehman and Rekha.
The actress, who stepped into Rekha’s shoes for the “Khubsoorat” remake, said: “I look at Waheeda Rehman and Rekha for the choices that she made in their career as an actor. There was a lot of warmth and happiness in her acting.”
“My mother is an inspiration too,” she added.
“Internationally, I look at Cate Blanchett and Kate Winslet for the way they carry themselves,” said Sonam who loves to slip into track-pants or a pair of pajamas while lounging.