Mumbai, Oct 22: Priyanka Chopra might be busy with her movie projects but she has not forgotten to wish her cousin Parineeti Chopra on her 25th birthday.
"Happy birthday Parineeti Chopra...may you have a super year, sis! Love you! Go Chopra clan!," Priyanka posted on Twitter Tuesday.
The sisters share a great bond and Parineeti relies on her elder sister for professional guidance since Priyanka has been a part of the industry for about a decade now.
She had once said that in their family, people don't have knowledge about scripts so she depends on Priyanka for suggestions.
While Priyanka is busy with her biopic on Olympic medallist boxer Mary Kom, Parineeti will be seen in Yash Raj Films' "Daawat-e-Ishq".
'Huff-It's Too Much' not easy for Amreena
Indo-British Actress Armeena Rana Khan had to do things she never did for Marathi actor Pushkar Jog's "Huff-It's Too Much".
During an outdoor shoot, there was no place to change and the actress had to change costumes inside a human circle formed by the crew.
The specific sequence was shot on the White Cliffs of Dover in England - the cast and crew had to walk to the cliffs and there were no vanity vans.
"Apart from the cold weather, the crew faced another difficulty that they had to shoot more than three sequences there and without vanity vans, changing was difficult," said a source close to the film's team.
"So Pushkar Jog came up with a unique idea and asked the crew to form a human circle and Amreena changed inside it," the source added.
The film will release Nov 8.
Rajpal Yadav goes global with 'Pied Piper'
Satirical comedy "Pied Piper" is doing well internationally and the film's lead actor Rajpal Yadav says he couldn't have asked for more.
Directed by Vivek Budahoti, "Pied Piper" had its world premier at the Chicago South Asian Film Festival and was also screened at the Fer Film Festival in Ferizaj.
It will also be shown at the ongoing Mumbai Film Festival.
"I enjoyed every moment of the film and I am glad that the global audiences are loving it. As an actor, the film has been immensely satisfying," Rajpal said in a statement.
The film revolves around the life of a laundryman, Chunnilal, rumoured to have acquired his beloved donkey's brains in a freak accident.