"Welcome Disha Patani to 'Bharat'. This is lovely! Bareilly is representing!" she tweeted.
Disha replied: "Thank you so much. I am your biggest fan and I am so so excited to be a part of it, Big hug. Can't wait."
The film, directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, features superstar Salman Khan. It is slated for an Eid release in 2019.
"Bharat" is an official adaptation of a 2014 South Korean film "Ode to My Father". It is produced by Atul Agnihotri's Reel Life Production Pvt Ltd and Bhushan Kumar's T-Series.
Big B delighted to have worked with Smita Patil
Amitabh tweeted a few photographs of himself along with Smita and Om Prakash from the film "Sharaabi".
"The gracious Smita Patil in a small cameo for 'Sharaabi' and the effervescent Om Prakashji, a delight to have worked with them. They are no more with us but their legacy lives on," he captioned the image.
Directed by Prakash Mehra, the 1984 drama film, told the story about of a spoilt but kind-hearted son of an extremely rich and uncaring father who heads down the path of alcoholism and depression.
Bhuvan Arora to star in 'Undo'
Actor Bhuvan Arora, who has featured in movies like "Shuddh Desi Romance" and "Naam Shabana", is excited to star in a film titled "Undo".
"The film has a realistic concept. At times we make mistakes and forget that we can't undo it. There is no option to erase things like a machine," Bhuvan said in a statement.
On the character he essays, he said: "I am playing an IT guy who enjoys a one night stand with a foreigner and then something unforeseen happens which can not be reversed."
Apart from the movie, directed by Visakh Metikot, Bhuvan will also be seen in the upcoming web series "Single City Girls".
Shreyas Pardiwalla enjoys experimenting with looks
"With every new project, I love to adopt a new look. I always enjoy doing different characters so that I can also experiment with my looks," Shreyas said in a statement.
Sharing examples, he said: "I essayed the role of Pardy in the youth-oriented film 'Yaariyan'. Pardy was a fun loving clown of the group. I sported long tresses and wore a bandana and light beard.
"In my next film 'Sanam Re', I chose to go for a mature look. I chopped off my hair and sported a clean shaven look."
And now, he has short hair and a full grown beard.
"It is for the lead role in Jeff Goldberg's play 'The Importance of Being Earnest'. I will play Algernon Moncrieff, a loud upper class English man from the Victorian Era."
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