Mumbai, June 29 (IANS) Actress Preity Zinta has finally found her junior version - a young girl with a dimpled right cheek to play her younger version in her debut production "Ishqk In Paris".
"Thank you to all of you who sent kiddie photos for the role of mini me (my childhood) in 'Ishkq In Paris'! The role has been cast finally," tweeted Preity.
The 37-year-old took to Twitter last month to scout for a "four to seven-year-old girl who has one dimple on her right cheek and can play a younger me for my film."
She has been successful in her efforts.
"Ishkq In Paris", directed by Prem Soni, also features Arjun Rampal.
Divyendu Sharma hitched!
Actor Divyendu Sharma, popular for playing Liquid in "Pyaar Ka Punchnama", has tied the knot, revealed his friend, actor Siddharth.
"Wishing the super talented Divyendu Sharma a very happy married life. Superb actor! Spectacular friend," tweeted Siddharth.
Divyendu and Siddharth are working together in David Dhawan's remake of 1981 film "Chashme Buddoor". Pakistani actor-singer Ali Zafar too is a part of the movie.
Uday Chopra falls off bike, gets hurt
"Dhoom" star Uday Chopra rode bikes confidently in the hit action series, but he fell off in a real life ride.
"My riding got jinxed...fell off the bike and twisted my foot...damn! Now I can't walk," tweeted Uday.
These days, the 39-year-old is busy handling Yash Raj Films's Hollywood wing -- YRF Entertainment, which develops and produces feature films for the US and international market.
Hate myself on screen: Shekhar Kapur
He is an internationally acclaimed filmmaker and has presented some of the actors in their best avatar in films, but Shekhar Kapur detests watching himself on screen.
"People keep telling me how wonderful the film 'Drishti' was. I actually never saw the final film. Hated myself on screen. Still do," the filmmaker posted on Twitter.
As an actor, he has featured in movies like "Ishq Ishq Ishq" (1974), "Jaan Hazir Hai" (1975) and "Gawahi" (1989).
He is also doing a special appearance in "Vishwaroopam", a Tamil-Hindi spy thriller written, directed and co-produced by Kamal Haasan.
Audiences loved him when he featured in Kavita Choudhary directed hit serial "Udaan" in 1989.