Filmmaker Mohit Suri, who split from actress Udita Goswami after she moved to Los Angeles, is now looking for a new girlfriend.
“I haven’t been in touch for a while. She (Udita) is in LA, trying to do some TV shows there. Long distance doesn’t work for me. Now I will look for someone after my film,” Mohit, 30, told IANS.
The director, who is currently busy with the release of his forthcoming movie "Murder 2", started dating Udita in 2005. They had an on-off relationship before they decided to split this year.
My best working experience has been with Dibaker: Abhay Deol
Abhay Deol has worked with the likes of Imtiaz Ali and Anurag Kashayp, but the actor feels his best professional experience has been with Dibaker Banerjee, who directed him in “Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!”.
“My best experience has been with Dibakaer. I think its more to do with the team than the film for a good experience. Dibaker’s team has been the nicest people I’ve worked with them. I’m working with them again in ‘Shanghai’ and so looking forward to it,” the actor told IANS.
“Shanghai” is a political thriller directed by Dibakar and it also stars Kalki Koechlin, Prasenjit Chatterjee, Emraan Hashmi and Pitobash.
In the last six years, Abhay worked with Ali in his debut film "Socha Na Tha" in 2005, Reema Kagti in "Honeymoon Travels Pvt Ltd", Kashyap in "Dev D" and Dev Benegal in "Road, Movie".
Banners are very important: Vir Das
Stand up comedian-actor Vir Das, who is basking in the glory of the success of his recently released film “Delhi Belly”, says working with a big banner helps.
“It’s definitely important what banner you are working with. Big banners are important because that guarantees a good release. Having said that, I believe if a film is good, it will run,” Vir told IANS.
Apart from working with Aamir Khan Productions' "Delhi Belly", Vir has also worked with Yash Raj Films.