Taapsee Pannu considers her vanity van her "second home", and so she has customised her new van to her taste.
The actress, who is busy shooting back-to-back films, said in a statement: "It is our second home and that is a major reason and I was really happy when it got delivered to me. Recently, I have done films where I have got drained out; you really want to have your own space.
"The first thing you do when you enter the set is you enter the van and that somewhere triggers your mood and your day. I wanted my van to be very pleasant and give me positive vibes because that's where I start my day."
Taapsee's last on screen outing was "Judwaa 2". She will next be seen in Anubhav Sinha's "Mulk" and in Shaad Ali's next with Diljit Dosanjh.
-*-Vikram Bhatt writing a new book After debuting as an author with romantic novel "A Handful of Sunshine", filmmaker Vikram Bhatt says readers can expect a new book from him.
"I am in the process of writing my next book. Right now, I know I am going to write another romance... But I am not certain that among the two-three ideas I have, which one I want to pen down," Vikram told IANS.
His next film is "1921", releasing early 2018.
-*-Varun feels heartened over 'Judwaa 2' response Actor Varun Dhawan is overwhelmed with the love, he says, he has been receiving for his latest entertainer "Judwaa 2".
Varun, who has reprised the iconic roles of Raja and Prem from Salman Khan starrer "Judwaa" in the new film, said in a statement: "It is extremely heartening when you receive so much love. As an actor, you always have to entertain people. With 'Judwaa 2', our objective was to give everyone, across all age groups, a very good time at the theatres where they laugh their hearts out."
The comedy film, which also features Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu who slip into the shoes of Karisma Kapoor and Rambha respectively, is directed by David Dhawan.
Varun says he is delighted as an artist to have entertained audiences.
"I feel satisfied as an artist that I have made someone happy while seeing our movie. I'm most happy that I got to team up with my dad again. He is probably the most successful director in the last 30 years," added the actor, who had made his Bollywood foray with "Student Of The Year".
Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, "Judwaa 2" is presented by Fox Star Studios.