New Delhi, July 20: Critically acclaimed actress Divya Dutta, who has been amassing praise galore for her act in "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag", is now ready to groove to an "unconventional" item number in an upcoming film.
Divya is going to perfect her moves for an item song, the details of which have been kept under wraps.
Excited about doing her first item song, Divya said in a statement: "This is certainly something I haven't done before. I agreed to do an item song only because I know it's not going to be a conventional one."
Going by the actress' past work in films like "Veer-Zaara" and "Delhi-6", one can guess Divya will add her magical touch to the dance number too.
Remo Fernandes followed Paul Mcartney, Stevie Wonder
Remo Fernandes, who has sung and composed the title track of forthcoming film "Luv U Soniyo", says he picked his multi-tasking skills by following the likes of international music artists like Paul Mcartney and Stevie Wonder.
"I grew up listening to a lot of rock. I was only 7 when I first heard rock. I was so much in awe of Paul Mcartney and Stevie Wonder , that as a kid I wanted to follow their footsteps. And luckily, here I am," Remo said in a statement.
The Goan singer is remembered for popular Bollywood numbers like "Dekho dekho ye hai jalwa", "Humma humma" and "Pyaar to hona hi tha". His last song "Maria paitche" had become quite popular.
"Luv U Soniyo", starring Tanuj Virwani and Neha Hinge, will release July 26.
Eesha Koppikar in true Marathi mulgi mode
Actress Eesha Koppikar made puranpolis, gorged on orange sweets and even donned a nine-yard sari while in Nagpur recently.
As part of a shoot for UTV Stars' celebrity-based show "Stars In Your City", Eesha even visited Ganesh Tekri', a temple in Nagpur and offered prayers there.
She also went to the Khaadi market to fill her shopping bags with herbal products.
But how could she give the famous Maharashtrian sweet dish, puranpoli, a miss? She put on the chef's hat and tried her hand at making puranpolis, and after gorging on them, she even did the traditional Lavani dance.
The actress also draped the traditional 'nauvari sari' or the nine-yard sari, and displayed some graceful dance moves. Eesha's visit to the city also included a stop at a local paan vendor's shop, which serves up around 40 varieties of paan.
The episode featuring Eesha's Nagpur adventures will air on Sunday.