The makers of 2012 hit film OMG Oh My God! are planning a sequel to the movie and Umesh Shukla, who wielded the megaphone for OMG, may not helm the second edition of the franchise.
Reportedly, the sequel will be a political satire but Shukla won't be able to direct it as he has signed a five-film deal with T-Series and it will take him four-five years to complete those films.
Umesh is presently busy with Bhushan Kumar's Abhishek Bachchan-Asin Thottumkal starrer.
New Delhi, May 4 (IANS) Actress Deepika Padukone, who plays a "chaotic" daughter in forthcoming comedy-drama film "Piku", says whenever she tries to recall her fondest memories with her father, ace shuttler Prakash Padukone, she thinks of him in a lungi. The 29-year-old, who was in the capital on Monday to promote "Piku" along with her co-star Irrfan Khan and director Shoojit Sircar, said the movie has been a "challenging" and "learning" experience for her. "Piku" explores the beautiful …