March 7, 2014 1:00:46 am
Irrfan, who shall be seen in the Hollywood film Jurassic Park 4, shall begin shooting for it in April in Hawaii. The actor, who plays the owner of the Jurassic Park in the sequel of the Hollywood project, says that his role is not negative. “The dinosaur is the negative character and I am not ready to play a dinosaur as yet,” chuckled the actor. Meanwhile Irrfan is in the process of wrapping up the untitled project which he is co-producing. Helmed by Nishikant Kamat, it also starts Jimmy Sheirgill. “The rest of the cast comprises theater actors. However I am most excited about Vishal Bhardwaj’s movie which is still in the scripting stage. Before that I will be shooting for Sujoy Ghosh’s venture followed by a Shoojit Sircar project,” said the actor who is also part of a comedy set in Pakistan called Welcome To Karachi.
Neil Nitin Mukesh to play Salman Khan’s brother
By Ankita R. Kanabar
Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh has been zeroed in to play Salman Khan’s brother in Sooraj Barjatya’s next, according to a source close to the project. While it’s been speculated that Neil will play a slightly negative character in the film, the source says, “You can’t really call it negative, but this character is just extremely pampered by everyone, especially Salman, so maybe he’s just a little spoilt.”
Speculations and names of people who’ll be cast in the project have been doing the rounds for a while now, but finally things now seem to be falling in place as far as this film is concerned, with even Sonam Kapoor being finalised opposite Khan. While nobody is willing to divulge details about the project as it is too early to talk about it, Sonam had even abstained from talking about it at an event recently. Neil too was unavailable for comment when we tried to contact him.
Meanwhile, Neil has finished shooting for Dussehra, and is dubbing for the film.
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