Mumbai, May 20 (IANS) Actress Huma Qureshi is dubbing for British-Indian historical drama film “Viceroy’s House”, directed by Gurinder Chadha.
“Dubbing for ‘Viceroy’s House’ or as the ‘goras’ call it ADR. Gurinder Chadha, Manish Dayal and Hugh Bonneville,” Huma tweeted on Thursday.
The actress also shared a photograph of a paper that contained all the dialogues, which were to be dubbed.
Huma will also be seen sharing screen space with her brother in the Hindi remake of the 2013 Hollywood film “Oculus” titled “Dobaara”, which is slated to release in September.
Happy AbRam likes the toys: Aamir Khan
Superstar Aamir Khan is elated that Shah Rukh Khan’s two-year-old son Abram liked the toys he gave him.
“Shah Rukh Khan, I’m so happy AbRam likes the toys. He’s a really cute kid. God bless and lots of love,” Aamir tweeted on Thursday night.
Aamir, who visited Shah Rukh’s house on Wednesday for a dinner party held for Apple CEO Tim Cook and his team, took some toys as a present for AbRam.
The “Dilwale” star had thanked the “Ghulam” actor and shared that his son was playing with them.
“Aamir Khan, thank you for the toys. AbRam is still awake and playing with them,” SRK had previously tweeted.
Arshad Warsi still looking for a job!
Actor Arshad Warsi, who has completed two decades of his journey in Bollywood, says he is still looking for a job.
Arshad, who started his journey in tinsel town as an assistant director in the 1987 film “Kaash”, took to twitter on Thursday and wrote: “It’s been 20 years in the film industry and I am still looking for a job… It’s good in a way and bad in a way.”
Arshad choreographed the title song of “Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja” in 1993, before making his acting debut in the Amitabh Bachchan-produced “Tere Mere Sapne”.
It was followed by “Betaabi”, “Hero Hindustani”, “Hogi Pyaar Ki “Jeet”. He got his breakthrough by playing the comic sidekick Circuit in “Munna Bhai M.B.B.S.” He was also a part of blockbusters like “Golmaal: Fun Unlimited”, “Ishqiya” and “Jolly LLB”.