Mumbai, Nov 21 (IANS) Veteran actor Anupam Kher says he and filmmaker Ashutosh Gowariker got to spend a great evening with Hollywood star Robert De Niro in Doha during the ongoing Doha Tribeca Film Festival.
"Ashutosh and I had the most memorable evening with Robert De Niro yesterday (Monday) in Doha," tweeted Anupam Tuesday. He features with the international star in "Silver Linings Playbook".
The movie was screened at the film extravaganza Monday night, and Anupam was dressed in formals for his red carpet moment with De Niro.
Gowariker is at the fest as a jury member of the event's feature narrative segment.
Anupam and Gowariker even attended the red carpet ceremony for the screening of Yash Chopra's last directorial − "Jab Tak Hai Jaan" − Tuesday.
"Missed Yash ji," tweeted Anupam, who also has a cameo in the Bollywood movie.
Gul Panag gives herself 'horrible' haircut
Former Miss India−turned−actress Gul Panag decided to experiment with her locks and cut them herself, but she is now disappointed with it.
"Self haircut is looking horrible. Can't wait for two months to pass so it grows a bit and looks respectable," tweeted Gul.
In her initial days in showbiz, Gul sported shoulder length hair, but then she cut them short. Now perhaps she cut them shorter, and clearly isn't too impressed with her experiment.
Not in hurry for 'legend' status, quips Javed Akhtar
Veteran writer−lyricist Javed Akhtar mostly features the life and times of those artists on his TV show "Classic Legends" who have passed away. So, he says he is in no hurry to be a 'legend'.
In the second season of the Zee Classic show, Akhtar throws light on the lives of Bollywood icons like Dilip Kumar, Pran, Meena Kumari, Dev Anand, Nasir Hussain, Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Sunil Dutt, Mohammad Rafi and S.D. Burman.
Asked when he will talk about his own life on the show as he is considered a legend too, Akhtar said: "I am in not in a hurry to go anywhere right now. Though this season, we have featured Pran saab and Dilip saab, who are very much with us, the rest have, of course, gone and left a memorable legacy behind."