Published On: Tue, Jun 19th, 2018

‘Panipat’ shoot to begin in November

Filmmaker Ashutosh Gowariker will begin filming his next period drama “Panipat” in November.

“Prep is on across all fronts. Filming begins in November. Excited,” Gowariker tweeted. The film features Sanjay Dutt, Kriti Sanon and Arjun Kapoor.

Gowariker also cleared the air on rumours around the movie.

“Kiran Deohans was never considered for the cinematography of ‘Panipat’. My director of photography is C.K. Muraleedharan.”

“Panipat” will tell the story of what led to the third Battle of Panipat. It will be produced by Sunita Gowariker under their home banner AGPPL in association with Vision World. The film is slated to release on December 6, 2019.

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Fun to challenge your body, mind: Sandeepa Dhar

Actresss Sandeepa Dhar, who is on a Keto diet to shape up for web series “The Family”, finds it fun to challenge the body and mind. She says she is ready to go all out for a role that demands transformation.

The Keto diet is about eating low carbohydrate foods, but high on fat and adequate in protein.

Sandeepa said in a statement: “I love my rice and staying off it is difficult. But if my role demands me to get into a specific character, whether mentally or physically, I can go all out for it. So I’m following this Keto diet currently and honestly I’m enjoying it. It’s fun at times to discover and challenge your body and mind.”

“The Family” is an AltBalaji web series.

Apart from this, the actress will also be seen in Bollywood movie “Firrkie”.

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Rupali Suri follows special diet for ‘Inside Edge 2’

Actress Rupali Suri, a rice lover, is on a weight-loss streak for her upcoming Amazon Prime Video’s web series “Inside Edge 2”.

“Giving up on rice is a challenge for me. But if my role demands me to have a certain kind of physique, I work hard for it and make sure expectations are met,” Rupali said in a statement.

She is excited about “Inside Edge 2” and has high hopes from it as she believes it has an “intriguing storyline and strong characters”.

—IANS