Singer Himesh Reshammiya, who replaced Anu Malik as a judge on the ongoing season of "Indian Idol", has signed contestant Sunny Hindustani for a song in Rajkumar Santoshis upcoming film.
This week, "Indian Idol" celebrates nineties nostalgia. Renowned singers Kumar Sanu and Anuradha Paudwal will grace the sets and boost confidence of the top 10 contestants.
While shooting for the upcoming episode, Sunny Hindustani performed on the song "Sanu ek pal chain".
On listening to Sunny's voice, Himesh got so impressed that he immediately signed the budding talent for a new song.
"I have been a follower of the show and have heard Sunny sing on television but listening to you live made me fall for your singing even more. The honesty with which you sing is clearly visible in your eyes and I advise you to not loose it. This is what is going to make you successful," Himesh said.
"Indian Idol 11" airs on Sony TV.
Sonakshi: Would feel odd romancing a 22-yr-old if I was 50
Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who is gearing up for "Dabangg 3", says she would feel odd romancing a 22-year-old if she was 50, unlike her co-star Salman Khan, who will be seen romancing 21-year-old Saiee Manjrekar in the upcoming film.
Sonakshi was talking to quint.com, where she talked about how older male stars consistantly feature opposite much younger female actors.
Asked about how the age gap between male and female stars is just becoming bigger and bigger, Sonakshi said: "Oh wow! If you put it that way, but would you want to see Madhuri Dixit romancing Ishaan Khatter?"
The actress said Madhuri romancing Ishaan would be "a bit odd".
Why is it not odd when Salman Khan is romancing a 21-year-old? Why is it odd when Madhuri Dixit is romancing an Ishaan Khatter?
"I don't know, actually. I have not thought of it that way," Sonakshi said.
Sonakshi said one should ask Salman as to why he keeps romancing younger girls.
"You should ask him only know? What is he eating or what is he doing to keep looking so young and keep romancing the younger girls with every film," she said.
Has she ever thought about this? "No, actually I haven't because, for me, it's a job, right? And hats off to him for having sustained a career for so long in the industry, and you know, still working with as much gusto as he did, initially. And I think it's great to have achieved something like that. So if you have a problem with it, you should go and ask him," she said.
When asked that people are not accepting women doing the same thing, Sonakshi said: "Honestly, if I was, I was at an age of 50, I would feel odd romancing a guy who's 22-years-old."