New Delhi, Feb 21: Actress Bipasha Basu has been busy dubbing for horror film "Aatma", but she strongly feels that the process takes the real emotions away from scenes.
"As an actor, I prefer sync sound to the process of dubbing! So much of the real emotion is so tough to recreate in the studio again," tweeted Bipasha.
She was happy about "hopefully" wrapping up the dubbing for "Aatma" Thursday.
"Been exhausting!" she added.
Aamir called Rani an 'engine'
Rani Mukerji has revealed that Aamir Khan, her co-star in "Ghulam", had nicknamed her 'engine'!
While on the UTV Stars' "Yeh Hai Meri Kahaani", Rani shared how, while shooting the 1998 film "Ghulam", she was required to shoot a hugging scene with Aamir. Despite trying thrice, either Rani would fall on Aamir or Aamir would fall on her. Finally, Aamir decided that Rani must be called 'engine', the actress revealed on the show, said a source.
The 34-year-old also shared her professional journey - from wanting to be a fashion designer to ending up as an actress.
The episode featuring Rani will be on air Saturday.
Vidyut draws brand power
Vidyut Jammwal's powerful, high-octane action in his upcoming release "Commando - A One Man Army", is said to be drawing fitness, fashion and lifestyle brands to associate with the actor and the film.
"Vidyut is one of those young actors whose popularity seems to be gaining huge momentum. Given this, brands have been very forthcoming in wanting to align with the film and in turn, Vidyut," said a production source.
The source also revealed that given Vidyut's individual positioning and appeal within the fitness, sports and lifestyle space, brands across categories like automobiles, bikes, health foods, denim wear, eye wear, shoes, petrol etc have shown interest in aligning with Vidyut and the marketing of his film.
A martial arts expert, Vidyut made his Bollywood debut with the John Abraham-starrer "Force". His second film, "Commando - A One Man Army", is directed by Dilip Ghosh and produced by Vipul Shah.
Its trailer showcases some stylish action sequences all done by Vidyut himself.