London-based NRI model Pearl Raah in Maneesh Singh’s film “My Little Sister”?

A lot has been said and done about Bollywood actress Esha Gupta’s recent sultry pictures. While trolls and social media went insane making Esha a target of abusive language and slut-shamed her left, right and center, there is one man who has something else to say.

It happens to be director Maneesh Singh, who saw Esha’s recent photo shoot pictures sent by his friend and was rather surprised to see the actress carry it off so well. He went on to offer her the lead role in his Hinglish crossover film ‘My Little Sister’, for which the casting is still to be finalized. London-based NRI model and actress Pearl Raah has also been contacted for this project.


Maneesh Singh said, “I am inviting Esha Gupta to be part of this project. We will have to discuss the financial aspects, but the role requires a cute, yet steaming hot character like Esha Gupta, who knows how to ooze oomph without looking vulgar. Esha Gupta has posed nude, showing her butt and butt crack clearly, but it does not look vulgar at all. In fact, Esha Gupta’s butt looks so adorable like those baby pamper and diaper ads one sees on TV.”

Well, we still are wondering what would Esha reply to that!

While she did speak up and gave a fitting answer to all her haters and said, “In our country, women are eternally blamed. They are accused when a girl child is born; they are accused even when they are raped. So, somewhere I knew that I will also have to face a lot of heat. After all, it’s easiest for some faceless and redundant people to pull a celebrity down at the first opportunity. I’ve done shoots like this one when I was a model. I’ve gone topless and naked, too. No one ever asked me about that. And who are these people who have ‘issues’ with my pictures, ” Esha questioned.

We are not sure if Pearl Raah and Esha Gupta have agreed to do this project. Watch this space for more…

No problem doing bold topics: Ramya Pranjali Tanna

Ramya Pranjali Tanna will be possibly India’s first actor to star in a Hollywood comedy film, as director Rameshnath Venkat Rao’s Hollywood project, which portray the true life story of a po*n star Director Suneet Vohra who has announced his latest film comedy film “My Wife’s Bf has cast model Ramya Pranjali Tanna to play a bold role in the film.
While the rest of the star cast is not known, sources close to Tribhuvan Trilok Films the production house, said that actresses Mahima Singh as well as Pranita Nikki Singh are part of the project.
Now sources say that director Suneet Vohra shot some “test scenes with Ramya Pranjali Tanna which have apparently got leaked. We wonder if these spate of leaks after Sanjjanaa Galrani’s footage from Dandupaiya 2 also got leaked has got something to do with leaky ceilings during monsoons.
Suneet Vohra was impressed with photographs of Ramya Pranjali Tanna shot by international glamour photographer Lynn Baxter. The Mumbai-based model had recently shot with Lynn Baxter for a German men’s magazine. The entire shoot was organised and co-ordinated in India by the portal

Ashok Kumar Jha says The Three Kings different from Kurbaan

Spectra Multimedia Films recently released an advertisement in a Bollywood Trade Publication for their revived project The Three Kings which looked very much like the Kurbaan film poster – remember Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan. We couldn’t help observing the striking similarity.

The colour scheme of the poster of The Three Kings is similar to that of the Kurbaan poster and the actress now featured is Pranita Nikki Singh  who plays Zeenat Aman in the film. The actress is also bare-backed like Kareena Kapoor though there is no male, unlike in Kurbaan where Saif Ali Khan poses with his lady love.

Even the colour scheme of the lettering is quite similar. We couldn’t help wondering who copied whom. When we contacted producer-director Ashok Kumar Jha he said that he couldn’t comment on the designs, layouts and artwork. “We had shot some stills for the film. The advertisement concept was designed.  The Three Kings poster is quite different and the film is based on the life of Parveen Babi, played by Pranita Nikki Singh.

We wonder if this is very strange and rare coincidence or a clear case of Copy Cats at work. Anyway the striking resemblance of the two designs including the similarity in the fonts and colours is amazing.

Will Esha Gupta do a film on Parveen Babi and her men?

Director Ashok Kumar Jha would like to cast Esha Gupta in his now re-launched project The Three Kings based on the life of Parveen Babi and her lovers.

Starlet Pranita Nikki Singh is all set to star in a second lead role in her debut international film titled “The Three Kings”. The film is said to be loosely based on the life of Parveen Babi and also has characters resembling filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, Bollywood stalwart Amitabh Bachchan and actor Kabir Bedi, who were important men in the late actress’s life.

The film was launched in 2009 by Spectra Multimedia Films but was indefinitely delayed as one of the producers passed away and the project was shelved.

Director Ashok Kumar Jha has now taken over the project, the script and all the rights and has re-launched the film

The script for “The Three Kings” had been penned by film journalist Flynn Remedios, who spent over three years researching the project. It will hit the floors end-November and is directed by director Reynold Baines and Ashok Kumar Jha. The film is expected to be completed by end 2018 and will release in mid 2019.

According to the PTI report, even as a new film threatens to rake up dirt about the alleged Parveen Babi-Amitabh Bachchan relationship, the superstar comes clear of the old accusations saying that such controversies have stopped affecting him.

“I don’t know where they are getting all this rubbish from because it’s all untrue. But what can you do, it is another artiste’s perception of who I am,” Bachchan had told PTI in an interview.

Apart from wife Jaya, Bachchan made the maximum films with Babi, including cult classics like “Kaalia” and “Amar Akbar Anthony”.

Meanwhile, Mahesh Bhatt had told DNA: “I’ve no imagined greatness to think that a film will misrepresent me. A creative person is free to interpret real-life incidents. I don’t feel I will drag them to court even if they name me in the film. A real life story needs to be treated with a pinch of salt.”