Mumbai, Jan 23: Kalki Koechlin is not a big fan of her dancing skills, but hopes to master the art "one day".
She took to Twitter Wednesday to share her thoughts on her dancing abilities and tweeted: "One day I'll dance properly, maybe I'll be 95, but one day it's going to happen."
After making her debut with ex-husband Anurag Kashyap's critically acclaimed "Dev D", Kalki has been appreciated for her performances in "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara", "Shaitan" and "That Girl in Yellow Boots".
'Jai Ho' will rock: Subhash Ghai
Salman Khan's "Jai Ho" is not only eagerly awaited by his fans, but the members of film fraternity such as filmmaker Subhash Ghai too are eager to see the film.
The film releases Friday and Ghai took to Twitter to convey his best wishes.
" 'Jai Ho' is going to rock tomorrow (Friday) all over (the) world... money counters will roll (the) fastest and (it is) going to be Salman Khan ki 'Jai Ho' (Salman Khan's victory)," Ghai posted on the microblogging site Thursday.
A political satire, the film also features Tabu and newcomer Daisy Shah.
Siddharth wants to go biking to unwind
He is just one-film-old and life has already become a roller-coaster ride for Siddharth Malhotra. So his New Year resolution is to take out time for himself and go for a bike ride to unwind himself.
Gearing up for his next release "Hasee Toh Phasee", the current heartthrob of Bollywood plans to buy a bike.
"We don't get time for ourselves...my New Year resolution is to make time for myself. That is why I plan to buy a bike. It will be relaxing to go on a ride in the evenings," Siddharth told IANS in an interview.
The actor, who made his acting debut with Karan Johar's "Student of The Year", will be seen playing a gray character in Mohit Suri's "The Villain" this year.