Actor Anupam Kher is highly impressed with Sridevi after watching the special screening of her comeback movie "English Vinglish" and says that the film marks the return of the "original queen of cinema".
Ad filmmaker Gauri Shinde is making her directorial debut with the film - a story of an Indian housewife battling language problem in the US.
"With R. Balki, Gauri Shinde and Sri (devi) at the special screening of 'English Vinglish' in Delhi. Watch it for million reasons," Kher tweeted.
"'English Vinglish' is spectacularly beautiful. Film with a golden heart. Take a bow Gauri Shinde. Sridevi, original queen of cinema is back," he further tweeted.
This is Sridevi's first relase in 15 years. Her last film was the 1997 hit family drama "Judaai".
Omi's 'Big In Bollywood' goes to Japan
Indian-American actor Omi Vaidya's documentary "Big In Bollywood", which was recently declared the best foreign film at the Las Vegas Film Festival, will now be screened at the Indian Film Festival Japan (IFFJ).
"My doc, 'Big In Bollywood' screens in Tokyo, Japan Oct 7 at 9:20 pm at the IFFJ. Wish I could go," Omi tweeted.
The documentary chronicles Omi's struggling days as an actor in Los Angeles and how he lands a dream role in the blockbuster "3 Idiots".
The seven-day film fest, starting Saturday, aims at providing a common platform for both India and Japanese cinemas in order to understand and appreciate the film cultures of both countries.