Anil Kapoor's spirit is infectious: Shabana Azmi (Movie Snippets)

Last Updated: Sat, Aug 10, 2013 12:50 hrs

New Delhi, Aug 10 (IANS) Veteran actress Shabana Azmi, who has teamed up with actor Anil Kapoor after over two decades for the Indian version of his international TV show "24", says his energy and enthusiasm for work has only intensified over all these years.

"I'm working with Anil Kapoor after (over) two decades, but his energy, passion, enthusiasm for his work have only intensified. His spirit is infectious," Shabana posted on Twitter.

The veteran actor worked with Anil during the early days of his career in the 1980 film "Ek Baar Kaho". He played Shabana's student in the film.

In the TV show "24", which will go on air on Colors, Shabana has a powerful role. The show is being directed by Abhinay Deo.


Shraddha Kapoor enjoys vacation with friends

Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor, who is riding high on the success of her film "Aashiqui 2", enjoyed a short break to treat and pamper herself.

The 21-year-old had a wonderful time during the 10-day sojourn in Belgium, Amsterdam and Paris, and she even attended the dream music concert Tomorrowland with her friends.

"The actress recently took a 10-day leave after a very long time to celebrate her success with her close friends. She surely deserved this holiday," her spokesperson said in a statement.

Shraddha, daughter of Shakti Kapoor, was also seen in "Luv Ka The End" before she struck gold with director Mohit Suri's "Aashiqui 2".


Dara Singh biopic will inspire generations: Vindu

Actor Vindu Dara Singh believes a biopic on his late legendary father Dara Singh will be inspirational for the country's youth.

Dara Singh was a successful wrestler-turned-actor. He died July 12, 2012.

Vindu had recently said he had been approached by director Rohit Jugraj for the project.

"His (my father's) great story will make every Indian proud and inspire generations. I only want to bring out the very best film and book about the legend," Vindu said in a statement.

Dara Singh's last few films included hits like "Kal Ho Naa Ho" and "Jab We Met".

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