Mumbai, Jan 14: Actress-producer Dia Mirza, busy with her upcoming venture "Bobby Jasoos" in Hyderabad, has announced that 90 percent of the film has been shot.
The actress took to Twitter to share her excitement over the progress the film has made.
"And it's a wrap in Hyderabad! 90 percent of 'Bobby Jasoos' is now complete," Dia posted on the microblogging site Tuesday.
Produced under the actress' banner Born Free Entertainment, "Bobby Jasoos" is being directed by Samar Shaikh and stars Vidya Balan in the lead. The film's shooting had a rocky start and was even postponed due to Dia's mother's ill health.
Run to avoid flu: Uday Chopra
Do you want to get rid of flu? Go for a 20-30 minute run to stay healthy and avoid ailments, says actor Uday Chopra.
"I've discovered a good way to beat that nagging flu like feeling - go for a brief run, like 20-30 minutes - sweat it out," Uday posted on Twitter Tuesday.
The actor was last seen in Yash Raj Films' "Dhoom 3" which broke all records at the box office. The film starred Aamir Khan in lead. Abhishek Bachchan and Katrina Kaif too featured in it.
I was blown away by 'Miss Lovely' script: Anil George
Actor Anil George, who will be seen in director Ashim Ahluwalia's "Miss Lovely", fell in love with the film's script.
The film is set in Mumbai's C-grade film industry in the 1980s and the actor feels that the backdrop is appropriate for the film, which will release Friday with an A-certificate.
"Once I read Ashim Ahluwalia's script, I was blown away by the storyline and realised that the 'C' grade setting contributed to this film being a top ranker. I was in an 'A' grade film with a C' grade backdrop," Anil said in a statement.
He also added that the excellent script helped him prove his acting abilities as well.
"The unique manner of storytelling excited me. I worked on every scene as though it were my last and the scenes by themselves were very well-crafted and in depth. When you have the perfect script and the perfect director, it is a boon to any actor," he said.
Anil, who was signed for the film after his play "Mirza Galib", said he fitted perfectly into the role.
"I realised that Ashim knew exactly where I fitted into the mould. I am glad I let my guard down and signed 'Miss Lovely'. The respect I got from the makers during the film is something I would always cherish," he said.
The film also stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Niharika Singh.