Mumbai, March 15: Fitness enthusiast Bipasha Basu is so caught up promoting her forthcoming film "Aatma" that she is not getting adequate time to hit the gym.
Travelling has been keeping her occupied.
"Reached my hotel in Ahmedabad now and planning to go for a one hour workout session. I have had no time for gym for the last ten days," tweeted the 34-year-old.
She has instead been gorging on several goodies.
In Indore Thursday, Bipasha "ate the famous namkeen and poha jalebi", and said: "Very unique and yum!"
"Aatma", directed by Suparn Verma, releases March 22.
Swara tried 50 saris for TV commercial
Actress Swara Bhaskar had a rollicking time shooting for a new TV commercial for Sprite, but she had to drape roughly around 50 saris to get the right look for it.
"The Sprite TV commercial was fun to shoot. The clients and Prasoon sir (Prasoon Pandey) were quite particular about the kind of look they wanted and we had three costume trials, for which I must've tried 50 saris," Swara said in a statement.
Nevertheless, the "Listen...Amaya" actress loved working with the team of the ad, in which she plays a violin teacher.
"Prasoon sir is an actor's delight as a director. He's clear about what he wants and also allows actors their own space. The look and feel fell together wonderfully and we shot at a beautiful location, an old church in Pune. The ad turned out rather well and ever since I've been getting a constant string of messages on my social network profile with people requesting me to teach them the violin," she added.
Neil, Sonal Chauhan get chatty with fans
Actors Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sonal Chauhan had a quirky video interaction with their fans through the online medium to promote their film "3G", which released Friday.
The actors took to Google+ Hangout to chat with their fans and answered several queries recently.
The "3G" team had held a contest on their digital platforms and the winners got the chance to talk to their favourite actors live on the video chat.
Neil and Sonal even sang a popular song from the film, and Neil confessed what a prankster he was on the sets. The actor also dedicated a song to Sonal.