Mumbai, Nov 22 (IANS) Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone has denied reports that she got some changes made in the script of her forthcoming film 'Break Ke Baad'.
'I don't get into script changing at all. I believe the director and the writer have a vision when they want to make a certain film and we are actors; if we like it we should be a part of it, if not then there is always another chance,' Deepika told IANS.
'Break Ke Baad', also starring Imran Khan, has been directed by new director Danish Aslam and is the production debut of Kunal Kohli. The film is slated to hit the screens Dec 10.
No insecurity working with Anushka: Ranveer Singh
Debutant Ranveer Singh, who is set to make his debut with Yashraj Films' 'Band Baaja Baaraat', says he was not insecure working with his co-actor Anushka Sharma even though she has already done two films.
'The first thing I knew even before I knew Anushka was the script. So I knew that the story is character-driven. It's all about these two characters; so when I read the script I knew that they were there in the story in equal proportion and that's what gave me the reassurance,' Ranveer told IANS.
'I was never doubtful or scared that I won't be able to make my space. There was so much for me to sink my teeth into that I never felt any problem,' he added.
The film directed by new director Maneesh Sharma will hit the screens Dec 10.
'Raaz' still close to my heart: Bipasha
Dusky actress Bipasha Basu, who entered Hindi filmdom with suspense thriller 'Ajnabee', says her second film 'Raaz' is closer to her heart.
' 'Raaz' is very close to me because it got me into acting. 'Ajnabee' was the first film, but after doing 'Raaz' I figured out that I want to be an actress,' Bipasha told IANS.
In a career of more than eight years, the actress has worked in films of various genres, including 'Jism', 'No Entry', 'Corporate', 'Dhoom 2', 'Bachna Ae Haseeno' and 'Lamhaa' among others.
--Indo-Asian news Service