Smoking is not cool, it’s disgusting: Sunny Leone (Movie Snippets)

Mumbai, Feb 17 (IANS) Actress Sunny Leone, who will star alongside actors Alok Nath and Deepak Dobriyal in an anti-smoking advertisement, feels the “disgusting” habit that so many peoples around the world have, is not at all “cool”.

“I hope people like the ad we have made and more then anything stop smoking. It’s so not cool! Disgusting,” Sunny posted on Twitter on Wednesday.

Sunny, who was last seen on the silver screen in Milap Zaveri’s sex comedy film “Mastizaade”, next has films like “One Night Stand” and “Beiimaan Love” in her kitty.

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‘Ki & Ka’ fun, progressive: Big B

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who will be seen doing a cameo in filmmaker R. Balki’s upcoming film “Ki & Ka”, says the trailer of the film looks “cool, fun and progressive”.

“Ki & Ka”, which stars actors Kareena Kapoor Khan and Arjun Kapoor in the lead, is based on the life of a young, married couple whose relationship challenges the gender roles placed upon women and men in Indian society.

“Next Balki film ‘Ki & Ka’ trailer… With Kareena and Arjun… Cool, fun and progressive… haha,” Amitabh posted on Twitter on Wednesday.

In return, Arjun tweeted: “The three correct adjectives to describe you more than #KiAndKa ! Thank you for the love Amit Uncle”.

In the film Arjun will be seen playing a house husband, while Kareena will play an ambitious marketing manager.

“Ki & Ka”, which is slated to release on April 1, is Balki’s first film in which the “Piku” actor will not be playing the lead.

They have previously worked together in films like “Cheeni Kum”, “Paa” and “Shamitabh”.

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Dhruv Dhalla gives background score for ‘Tere Bin Laden…’

Composer Dhruv Dhalla, popular for films like “Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!” and “Tere Bin Laden”, has given the background score for “Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive”.

Dhalla said in a statement: “I’m a huge fan of Hans Zimmer and his background score in movies like ‘The Lion King’, ‘Gladiator’, ‘Inception’, and ‘Dark Knight’ are masterpieces and truly inspire me. Background score is a critical element in the entire filmmaking process. It gives a whole new dimension to the sound and emotional experience of any given situation in a film.”

“Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive” is slated to release on February 26.

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