Mumbai, Feb 13: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is constantly trying to expand his presence on digital platforms to stay connected to his fans. The latest is a mobile application through which his fans can hear his voice messages and send one to him as well.
"ALRIGHT! Now an App developed by digital team, by which you can hear my VOG (a kind of voice blog), and send me a voice message, which I can respond. Right now its called BUBBLY, and its for Android and iPhone mobiles. Soon on other facilities too, so i can talk back to you," Amitabh posted on Twitter.
The facility is already operational, he said, adding that it is probably an international service.
"I presume it works in Israel too... its universal. Do try and let me know... else I shall check with team," the 70-year-old tweeted for his fans.
Nana only bringing Rakesh Maria's emotions on screen, says RGV
Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma says actor Nana Patekar is only playing the emotions of Joint Commissioner of Police Rakesh Maria in "The Attacks of 26/11".
"Nana is not playing real life character of Rakesh Maria. He is playing the emotions of Rakesh Maria that he went through on the night of 26/11," tweeted Varma.
The film is based on the Mumbai carnage of Nov 26, 2008, when 10 terrorists struck key areas in Mumbai, killing 166 people.
Nana recently said he had to adopt the police officer's attitude to get the character right in the movie.
"Rakesh is my friend and I did not have to walk like him or copy him, I had to adapt his attitude. I have immense respect for all the policemen. They work so hard and they get minimum salary. I respect them a lot," the 63-year-old said.
Tusshar in tow with Ahmed Khan - again!
Actor Tusshar Kapoor is happy to be dancing under choreographer Ahmed Khan's guidance again - after a gap of 11 years.
"Filming songs with my mentor, choreographer Ahmed Khan after 11 years, feels great to have the same work equation we had years back in 2002," tweeted Tusshar.
They had last worked together in "Kya Dil Ne Kahaa".