'Aashiqui 2' goes on floor, Shradha excited

Mumbai, Oct 14 (IANS) Actress Shraddha Kapoor, who is playing the female lead in "Aashiqui 2", is looking forward to the shooting of the film.

"'Aashiqui 2' schedule starts tomorrow (Monday), I can feel the endorphins building up again," Shradha tweeted Sunday.

Filmmaker Mohit Suri has paired Shraddha with Aditya Roy Kapoor in the film.

Suri has earlier clarified that the musical is not a sequel to the 1990-hit romantic saga "Aashiqui" which starred Rahul Roy and model Anu Agarwal.

"Aashiqui 2" is likely to be released on Valentine's Day in February next year.

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Ayushmann anxious about 'Nautanki Saala'

VJ-turned-actor Ayushmann Khurrana, who made his dream entry in Bollywood with super hit movie "Vicky Donor", is nervous about his second film.

The 28-year-old's next is Rohan Sippy's "Nautanki Saala". The movie is being co-produced by Ramesh Sippy and the cast also includes Kunal Roy Kapoor and newcomer Pooja Salvi.

"It's time to watch the first edit of 'Nautanki Saala' with Rohan Sippy and the unit, anxiety," he tweeted.

The movie will release Feb 8 next year.

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Dabboo Ratnani blessed with son

Celebrity photographer Daboo Ratnani and his wife Manisha have been blessed with a baby boy.

"Manisha D Ratnani and me have been blessed with a beautiful baby boy! Both mum and baby are going great," Ratnani, who already has two daughters - Myrah and Kiara, tweeted.

"Proud daddy of three beautiful babies. What an adorable sight to watch Myrah and Kiara with their baby brother! They are absolutely besotted with him," he further tweeted.

The couple has also received a congratulatory message from Arshad Warsi, who tweeted: Dabboo Ratnani congratulation brother, and all the love and blessings to the newborn."

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