Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan says he is an admirer of athlete Milkha Singh, who turned 77 Tuesday. He says he is looking forward to watch his friend Farhan Akhtar play Flying Sikh on screen.
Farhan plays Milkha Singh in Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag".
"I am a big fan. Wish him (Milkha Singh) all the love and can't wait to see your and Rakyesh's interpretation of his life and time," Shah Rukh posted to Farhan and Milkha Singh's daughter Sonia on Twitter.
The movie also features Sonam Kapoor.
Shreya finds recording studios eerie
As a playback singer, Shreya Ghoshal has to enter the soundproof room in recording studios very often. But the lady with melodious voice feels it can sometimes be an unnerving experience.
"Being alone in the soundproof room of the studio is so eerie. Ears buzz in such precise silence," she posted on Twitter.
While she posted the message, she was waiting for a recordist to arrive and switch on the machines.
"Need to hear that noise from the computers," she added.
Tulsi sings for Sonakshi on Salman's behest
Singer Tulsi Kumar has sung a romantic number "Saanson ne" for Sonakshi Sinha in "Dabangg 2", on the request of the film's lead actor Salman Khan.
"Salman liked my song 'Humko pyaar hua' from 'Ready' and asked me to try a romantic number for 'Dabangg 2'. After the recording, both Salman and Arbaaz Khan liked the way I sang the number and finalised my rendition for the film," Tulsi said in a statement.
"Saanson ne", composed by Sajid-Wajid, is a duet with Sonu Nigam. The song is about love and commitment towards each other.
In the past, Tulsi has lent voice to actresses like Katrina Kaif, Kangna Ranaut, Asin and Karisma Kapoor in songs picturised on them. She is known for singing "Tum jo aaye zindagi mein" from "Once Upon a Time in Mumbai".
In the near future, her songs will be heard in movies like "Nautanki Saala", "Yaariyaan", "I Love New York", "Aashiqui 2" and "Zila Ghaziabad".