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Singer Mika Singh says he can sing "Channa mereya" better than Arijit Singh.
The singer expressed his views when he appeared on "Secret Side", aired on MTV Beats, read a statement to IANS.
In the show, Mika hummed a few lines of the song and said: "This was a mix of Arijit and Atif Aslam. But the song is mind-blowing. Next time I will memorise the whole song and will sing better than you."
Asked about which actor he likes to sing for the most, Salman Khan or Shah Rukh Khan, Mika said he loves singing for Salman.
When the host of the show, Akasa Singh inquired about his love as well as sex life, he said: "I'm good at both, my performance is always good, I'm a good player."
Rhea Chakraborty's twisted prep 'Jalebi...'
Actress Rhea Chakraborty isolated herself from her family and friends to prepare for her role in "Jalebi- The Everlasting Taste Of Love".
According to a source, Rhea didn't interact with her family and friends for almost two to three weeks to get into a zone for her character.
"It's quite a layered character that I portray in 'Jalebi...' and I needed to deviate and cut off completely from the world to get into a different zone as a character," Rhea said in a statement.
"I'm really glad it proved beneficial and worked to my advantage," she added.
Backed by Mahesh Bhatt and Mukesh Bhatt's production house Vishesh Films, the film is scheduled to release on October 12.
The film also marks the Bollywood debut of TV actress Digangana Suryavanshi, who has starred in TV shows like "Qubool Hai", "Veera" and reality show "Bigg Boss". It is directed by Pushpdeep Bhardwaj.
When Sharman Joshi roamed around Mumbai with missing posters
Actor Sharman Joshi stepped onto the roads in Mumbai as part of a promotion of his forthcoming film "Kaashi in Search of Ganga", and says it was an exciting experience.
Sharman started the promotion by getting onto the road with the poster of the girl Ganga who is missing in the film.
"A very exciting day indeed just to see that people connected with the missing posters... And I was revealing the part that this was actually a part of the film," Sharman said in a statement.
"They showed a lot of interest in that which was wonderful. It was a fruitful day and hope for many more in the coming days," he added,
"Kaashi in Search of Ganga", directed by Dhiraj Kumar, also stars Aishwarya Devan, Govind Namdev, Akhilendra Mishra, Manoj Joshi and Manoj Pahwa. It will release on October 26.
Behzad Khambatta enjoyed working with Sunny Deol
Director Behzad Khambatta says working with actor Sunny Deol in "Blank" was an enriching experience.
"I'm very lucky to have such an amazing team support me for my first film as a director, especially Tony D'souza. It has been an overwhelming experience to work with the entire cast and crew of ‘Blank'," Behzad said in a statement.
"The experience of Sunny Deol sir has taught me a lot and it has been a sheer joy to watch the talent of Karan Kapadia unfold on screen," he added.
Dimple Kapadia's nephew and late actress-designer Simple Kapadia's son Karan will make his Bollywood debut with the film.
"Blank', presented by Carnival Motion Pictures and EaseMyTrip.com, is an Echelon Production and also produced by Shrikant Bhasi, Nishant Pitti, Vishal Rana and D'souza. It will release on January 11 next year.