TV actors to come together for 26/11 Memorial Day event
Mumbai–Television actors including names like Divyanka Tripathi, Arjun Bijlani, Ravi Dubey, Shubhangi Atre and Surbhi Chandana will come together for an event to mark the 26/11 terror attacks.
Commemorating the bravery and martyrdom of security personnel in the Mumbai terror attacks, Forum for Awareness of National Security (FANS) will organise the inaugural edition of the 26/11 Memorial Day, to be held on November 26 at the BSE building, Fort here.
Divyanka said in a statement: “It is absolutely true what they say about Mumbaikars, we know how to leave things behind us and move on in life. However, if our forward looking attitude is mistaken as our complacency and that Mumbai will let go off anything, then the attackers and terrorists are mistaken. Because on the eve of this 26/11 Memorial Day, we pledge – Never Forget Never Forgive.”
The event is aimed at creating awareness and vigilance against terrorism.
Have lovely memories of ‘Radha nachegi’: Sonakshi Sinha
Mumbai–Actress Sonakshi Sinha will be seen performing on “Radha nachegi” from the 2014 film “Tevar” at the grand finale episode of devotional reality show “Om Shanti Om”. She says she has lovely memories of the song.
“‘Radha nachegi’ song perfectly suited the grand finale occasion of ‘Om Shanti Om’. I have lovely memories of the song and performing on the same just made me happier,” Sonakshi said in a statement.
Talking about her journey on “Om Shanti Om”, Sonakshi said: “The show will remain close to my heart always. The vibe on the set was so positive. I am going to miss all the contestants, and my co-judges Shekhar Ravjiani and Kanika Kapoor and our amazing host Aparshakti Khurana a lot.”
“Om Shanti Om” is aired on Star Bharat.
Injured myself on first day of ‘Meri Hanikarak…’: Karan Suchak
Actress Karan Suchak says he injured himself on the first day of shooting for upcoming TV show “Meri Hanikarak Biwi”.
Karan, who will be seen as Akhilesh in the show, was shooting with his onscreen wife Jia Shankar in a train. For a scene, Jia had to push Karan, but unfortunately he hit a rod and injured his arm.
“I injured myself on the very first day of our shoot as part of a sequence where Jia had to push me away. On hindsight, I consider the fall lucky,” Karan said in a statement.
“The shoot did stop for a while and everyone was caught in shock, but later it became a joke on the set as the title suggests — ‘Meri Hanikarak Biwi’, where my onscreen girl proves to be a danger to my life. The concept of the show is very unusual and I hope audiences will like it,” he added.
The show will soon be aired on &TV.
Was a challenge to wear heels: Nitin Goswami
Actor Nitin Goswami says it was a challenge for him to wear heels and dance for a sequence in TV show “Siddhivinayak”.
Nitin will be reprising actor Arjun Kapoor’s popular song “High heels” from the film “Ki & Ka”.
“I practised walking in heels prior to the shoot and learnt how to balance in them. The team got me customised heels so that it fits me and they made sure I was comfortable,” Nitin said in a statement.
“Honestly, it was quite a challenge to be wearing them. But, I am glad that I got to do something new and I hope the audience will enjoy this sequence,” he added.