Mumbai, April 18: Husband and wife often fulfil complimentary roles. Actor-filmmaker Farhan Akhtar says that his wife Adhuna supports him and gives him strength and confidence to finish his work with ease.
In an interview on TV show "Yeh Hai Meri Kahani", the "Shaadi Ke Side Effects" star talked about his wife's role in his life, said a statement.
"Adhuna has a great influence on me. She gives me strength and confidence to accomplish my work without any worries. Her inputs have always been of importance in all my films, all our popular looks from films like 'Dil Chahta Hai', 'Zindagi Naa Milegi Dobara', 'Rock On!!' were created by her," said Farhan on Adhuna, a star hair-stylist.
"So, her influence and contribution on my work is there for everyone to seeÂ… and as a person she is exceedingly supportive. She knows how much my work means to me and I know she will always be by my side. It is her support that gives me strength and motivation to work harder," he added.
The episode will be aired on UTV Stars Saturday.
'Rab Mujhe Pyaar Ho Gaya' first schedule complete
Hemant R. Pradeep's first schedule of "RabÂ…Mujhe Pyaar Ho Gaya" has been completed.
The debutante director's love story is set in Punjab and stars newcomers Souryansh and Saanvi. The ensemble cast also includes Kabir Bedi, Ranjeet, Farida Jalal, Ravi Kissen and Mukul Dev.
"The movie is about a young couple (Sunny and Seerat) in Punjab who fall in love in college but the girl's parents are opposed to their union. Sunny, who is missing Seerat, has a glimpse of his past life while playing his flute.
"The movie follows the trials and tribulations of the young couple trying to reunite while facing parental opposition," Pradeep said in a statement.
The music has been composed by Meet Brothers and choreographed by Remo D'souza. The movie is co-produced by Maaltee Films Entertainment and Mridul Films Pvt. Ltd. and is scheduled to release in December.
Karan Johar happy with Riteish-designed house
Filmmaker Karan Johar is absolutely in love with his house newly designed by actor-producer Riteish Deshmukh, an architect by qualification.
"Riteish has designed my home. Will always be grateful to him for making my new home so beautiful! Love you Rits," Karan tweeted.
The "Grand Masti" actor, who has produced Marathi films "Yellow" and "Balak Palak" has an architectural degree from Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture and Environmental Studies in Mumbai.
He had earlier designed the office premises of superstar Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan's film production banner Red Chillies Entertainment.