Nassar in Kamasutra 3D
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South legendary actor Nassar, who has worked in Hindi films like Firaaq, Nishabd, Bombay, Chachi 420, and others, has signed International Movies' Hindi film Kamasutra 3D. Nassar, one of the most respected actors in the South who has worked with veterans like Mani Ratnam and Kamal Haasan, will be essaying the role of a Rajput king in the film, who later becomes a lunatic. The film also stars Sherlyn Chopra and National Award winner Salim Kumar.
Zarina Wahab in a Bangla film
Hindi actor Zarina Wahab is all set to make her debut in an untitled Bangla film. It is to be based on the existing brothels at Bowbazar in central Kolkata. Wahab will play the owner of a kotha who trains the girls. The film will be directed by Nehal Dutta, who has earlier worked with Tarun Majumdar.
Punjabi actor dubs for Die Hard 5!
Gippy Grewal, a Punjabi actor, is to be a part of India's first Hollywood film to be dubbed in Punjabi. The fifth installment of the Die Hard franchise, A Good Day To Die Hard starring Bruce Willis, is to release in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Punjabi. Fox Star Studios have roped in Gippy Grewal to be the voice of Hollywood's rising star Jai Courtney, who plays Bruce Willis's estranged son and partner in fighting the bad guys in the latest instalment.
Grewal, one of Punjab's most loved singers rose to fame from his record breaking single, Phulkari and then made his acting debut in the 2010 film, Mel Karade Rabba followed by the blockbuster Jihne Mera Dil Luteya. His song Angreji beat was a hit across India. He has also sung in Cocktail. A Good Day To Die Hard releases in theaters and IMAX on February 22.
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