Bollywood’s tall and lean actor Harman Baweja follows a fitness routine but he doesn’t believe in body building.
“Normally, I give myself 40-45 minutes a day in whatever form I can. I have pretty much given up on proper workout in a gym because now I believe in fitness and not in body building," Baweja said.
“Definitely, when I will do an action film or something, then I will require hard core training and I will go back to that. But right now it's more about being fit and lean so I play tennis often, that’s good enough to burn calories,” Baweja told IANS.
“I like sports, I have mainly been a sportsperson. And I have resorted back to being one rather than just running on the treadmill. I’m more of an outdoor person,” he added.
Harman, who has been part of films like “Love Story 2050”, “Victory” and “What’s your Raashee?” is also a self-proclaimed foodie.
“I eat anything under the sun. I’m a foodie, so I don’t work on my diet but I burn out according to what I have eaten,” he specified.
RGV is a genius in cinema making: Deepak Dobriyal
Actor Deepak Dobriyal, who has acted for the first time with filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma in forthcoming film “Not A Love Story”, says the director is a genius when it comes to filmmaking.
“He is an institute in himself when it comes to cinema. In fact, I feel every newcomer should work with him at least once," Dobriyal said.
"He is so clear about his work. One can have disagreements about his personal opinions but in cinema-making he is a genius,” he told IANS.
“Not a Love Story” is a crime thriller based on the gruesome murder of Neeraj Grover in 2008 that led to the arrest of Emile Jerome and Maria Susairaj. Starring Mahie Gill along with Deepak and Ajay Gehi, the movie is set to be released Aug 19. RGV has announced that the film is not a biopic but is inspired by the case.
Acting a no-no for Mohit Suri
Filmmaker Mohit Suri has no aspirations of stepping in front of the camera.
“I’m very good with directing films, but not acting. It’s a very individual space. It’s a very dedicated job. And I think I’m better with direction. It’s very difficult to act,” Suri told IANS.
The 30-year-old director has helmed films like “Zeher”, “Kalyug”, “Woh Lamhe”, “Raaz - The Mystery Continues” and the recently released “Murder 2”, among others.