Mumbai, Jan 31: Unlike many enjoying the stardom attached to their name, actor Varun Dhawan was never a fan of the perks of being a filmmaker's son. He says he used fake names in the past to hide his surname.
Son of filmmaker David Dhawan, Varun, who made his Bollywood debut with "Student Of The Year", says he attended "several acting classes" using fake names.
"I used to register myself with fake names like Rahul Khanna or something because I did not want my last name to be revealed," the 26-year-old said during the shooting of UTV Stars' show "Breakfast To Dinner".
The episode of "Breakfast To Dinner" featuring Varun will air Sunday.
Gauahar wants another season of "The Khan Sisters"
Model-turned-actress Gauahar Khan featured with her sister Nigaar Z. Khan in "The Khan Sisters" and she is looking forward to the second season of the reality show.
"I hope another season comes. The production house needs to decide but I think (if nothing happens) Nigaar and I will produce it," Gauahar told IANS.
"The Khan Sisters", the Indian version of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians", went on air in 2011.
Sonu Nigam compliments Sana Sheikh
Singer Sonu Nigam has complimented TV actress Sana Sheikh for her role in the show "Gustakh Dil".
"Love and all the best. Saw the new promo of 'Gustakh Dil' and you're looking like a pro Sana," Nigam tweeted.
Sana promptly replied: "Thank you sir, will always try my best to make you proud."
It is said that the singer and the actress are very good professional friends and have occasionally gone for music concerts together.
"Gustakh Dil" airs on Life OK.