Mumbai, Feb 6: Busy actress Mandira Bedi, a known face on the big and small screen, made it a point to take out time to spend with her mother.
The 41-year-old took to Twitter to convey how she still feels for her mother, who lives in Delhi.
"My Mother came visiting from Delhi. And now she leaves...am so sad. There is no person as special and as loving as one's mothers (sic)," Mandira posted on the microblogging site Thursday.
The actress was last seen in Anil Kapoor's TV production "24".
Jackky gearing up for 'Youngistaan' release
Jackky Bhagnani, seen in films like F.A.L.T.U" and "Ajab Gazabb Love", pins his hopes on his forthcoming film "Youngistaan".
The first poster of the film released Thursday and the actor took to Twitter to share his excitement.
"Here is the first poster of my film 'Youngistaan'...the countdown begins," Jackky posted on the microblogging site.
The film is about a youngster who gets the chance to become the prime minister of India. Apart from Jackky, the movie also features Neha Sharma, Boman Irani and late actor Farooque Sheikh.
'City Lights' helped Hansal Mehta stay focused
Director Hansal Mehta, who recently criticised Central Board of Film Certification's certification policy, says his new film "City Lights" has helped him to be a positive person.
"It's been a month of elation and disappointment. Thank god for 'City Lights'. The process of making the film has helped me focus productively," Mehta posted on microblogging site Twitter Thursday.
An official adaptation of Britain's Oscar entry - "Metro Manila", it has been produced by Vishesh Films.