Actors Pulkit Samrat and Amita Pathak are playing a couple in "Bittoo Boss", but the former denies any romantic involvement with his co-star in real life.
“I'm not dating her (Amita) at all. We shared just a normal chemistry and had fights on the set,” Pulkit, who is making his big screen debut with "Bittoo Boss", told IANS on phone from Mumbai.
Pulkit, who hails from Delhi, was seen in popular Indian soap "Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi" as Lakshya Virani. He took a break from television after the show as he had got bored.
"I was not challenging myself to perform while I was doing TV. So I was also losing interest in doing any more shows. You need a change and you have to go for new things in life... so I did," he said.
During his three-year break from showbiz, Pulkit enrolled himself in a graphic designing course. In "Bittoo Boss", Pulkit plays a videographer and sports a 'desi' look.
"Bittoo Boss" will release April 20.
Loving latkas, jhatkas: Ali Zafar
Pakistani actor-singer Ali Zafar is high on Bollywood's latkas and jhatkas!
Last seen in "London, Paris, New York", Ali is now busy shooting David Dhawan's remake of 1981-cult comedy "Chashme Buddoor".
"'Chashme Buddoor'. Full on Bollywood dancing. Latkas and jhatkas. Loving it," Ali posted on Twitter.
The actor made his foray into Bollywood with "Tere Bin Laden" and was later seen opposite Katrina Kaif in romantic comedy "Mere Brother Ki Dulhan".
Boman enjoying Farah's company
Boman Irani is busy working on "Shirin Farhad Ki Nikal Padi" and says it's been fun working with his co-star, choreographer Farah Khan, who is making her acting debut with the movie.
"Just a few days left for completion. Will miss Farah as a co-actor. Will miss the games, trivia, and her super sense of humour," Boman tweeted.
The movie, a romantic comedy, is produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali.