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Filmmaker Anurag Basu has offered a role to the "Super Dancer Chapter 2" contestant Misthi Sinha, 10, in his upcoming film.
"I foresee a great actress in Misthi. She is not only a good dancer but a fabulous performer. With her innocence, energy and expressions, she owns the stage. This is what made me offer a role to Misthi," Basu said in a statement.
"It's a promise that I made to her on the national television. I will ensure this happens. The only condition is that she should not compromise on her studies," he added.
It will be aired on Sony Entertainment Television on Saturday.
Imtiaz Ali is wizard of romantic films: Chandan
Actor Chandan Roy Sanyal, who shared screen space with Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan in Imitaz Ali's "Jab Harry Met Sejal", says the filmmaker is the wizard of romantic films.
"Working with Imtiaz Ali and Shah Rukh Khan was a dream come true. It has always been a dream for someone like me, who is an outsider in the industry, to get a chance to work with the best people in the business," Chandan said in a statement.
"It was a great learning opportunity for me and I am happy to have shared the screen space with Mr. Khan and be directed by the wizard of romantic films -- Imtiaz Ali," he added.
"Jab Harry Met Sejal", which also featured Anushka Sharma, released in August. It is set for its TV premiere on Zee Cinema on Sunday.
Sana Khan to launch beauty app
Actress Sana Khan will launch her beauty app where she will give tutorials on looks for different kinds of occasions.
Sana will also tell the users about the products they can invest in.
"People are fond of my make-up and skin care products, especially the ones that they get to see in my photographs, so I thought of providing people with the correct guidance by showing them what works and what does not," Sana said in a statement.
Her focus is on the youngsters who can't spend much on beauty products.
"The app will be be launched in January next year," said Sana.
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