He is just 30 but it seems that actor Neil Nitin Mukesh, currently busy with Bejoy Nambiar's "David", is already making retirement plans.
“Retirement plan. Just leave and settle in the mountains. What peace,” tweeted the 30-year-old who debuted with "Johnny Gaddaar" in 2007 and so far he has done eight films.
Sharing his love for mountains, he shared: “Ooty is one of the most beautiful places in India. Heaven on earth. There is something about hill stations that attract me,” he posted.
Preity Zinta writing book?
Actress Preity Zinta, who played a reporter in Farhan Akhtar's film “Lakshya”, says she is coming with a book with fake stories about her.
“I have a book coming out on all the fake stories that have come out in the past with a picture of the concerned journalist,” tweeted the 37-year-old.
She further posted negative and positive sides of journalism.
“An example of positive journalism was how the media started the fight for Jessica Lal case. It forced the courts and system to react fairly,” she posted.
“During terrorist attacks or war, the TRP crazy media tries to go live from the location, which causes more death by giving out sensitive information,” she said.
Neha open to judging reality shows
Actress Neha Dhupia, who made her acting debut with 2003 film “Qayamat”, says she is happy with the kind of work she is dong right now. As far as television is concerned, she okay judging reality shows.
“I am very excited about the kind of movie offers coming my way and I am happy with that... Television of course is an option. When it comes to judging reality shows, then I take it up,” Neha said.
“While judging a show I would do it in my capacity as an actor,” said the 31-year-old, who judged the Delhi auditions of reality show “Superdude”, the second season of the “Superstud” that came on Bindaas.