Mumbai, Sep 3: Actress Alia Bhatt has warned her fans against "random" pictures of her forthcoming film "Highway", which are doing the rounds on internet.
Alia, who made her debut with Karan Johar's 2012 movie "Student Of The Year", will star opposite Randeep Hooda in the Imtiaz Ali film.
"There's some random image doing around from 'Highway' that isn't authentic at all! That is not me or Randeep in that picture," Alia posted on Twitter.
"Stills from the film will be out closer to the release probably. So please don't fall for these fake images," she added.
It's always hop, skip, jump for an actor: SRK
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who has been in the film industry for over two decades, says an actor's life in India is all about jumping from one work commitment to the other.
Shah Rukh, who has often called himself a workaholic, has given hits like "Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge", "Kuch Kuch Hota Hai" and "Kal Ho Naa Ho".
"I think that an actor's life in India is best described by the game 'Hop Skip and Jump'. Hop on a film...skip normal life and jump to the next," SRK posted on Twitter.
Currently basking in the success of his latest movie "Chennai Express", SRK will next be seen in director Farah Khan's movie "Happy New Year".
Asha Bhosle obliges fan
Veteran singer Asha Bhosle re-recorded two of her songs with one of her fans named Dinesh Shahra. He always dreamt of singing a duet with her.
Shahra, owner of Ruchi Soya Industries Limited, is a huge fan of Bhosle, used to hum her songs at school functions. He always had a dream to share the mike with her and sing some of his favourite songs with her.
One of the songs they re-recorded was the evergreen "Haal kaisa hai janaab ka" at Yash Raj Studios in Mumbai.
Confirming this, the 79-year-old singer said: "I got to know Dinesh's desire and passion for singing and I agreed to record a song with him. I was really impressed by the way he is balancing and removing time from his busy and frantic schedule for singing. I must say it was a great fun and wonderful recording songs with him."
An elated Dinesh said: "I am very thankful to Ashaji for giving me a life-time opportunity to sing along with her. Singing has always been my dream and a passion and sharing the recording studio with Ashaji was one of the best moments of my life."