New Delhi, Dec 10 Actress Dia Mirza loves the thought of turning 30, and hopes for an exciting new decade in life.
The former beauty queen-turned-actress-turned-producer turned 30 Friday.
“Thank you ALL ever so much for your thoughtful messages! Overwhelmed and grateful for the love I am bestowed with. Turning 30 is FAB,” Dia tweeted, after receiving a flood of good wishes on the micro-blogging site.
“Bid farewell to the decade that went by…My 20s were so amazing… Now I look forward to a new decade excited, inspired and humbled,” she added.
This year, Dia’s debut production “Love Breakups Zindagi” hit the screens.
Sameera looks forward to family time
Celebrities seldom have quality time with family. No wonder Sameera Reddy is upbeat about spending time with her sister, former VJ Meghna, who is on a visit to India from Greece.
“My sister Meghna and her husband Arie are visiting from Greece! It’s so rare that family comes together in our hectic lives! so excited ” tweeted Sameera, who has another sister, Sushma.
Meghna married Ariel Mionis, a Greek businessman, in 2008. She was a popular VJ in the 1990s, but left India in search of better opportunities abroad.
Anupam Kher excited to work with David Dhawan
Anupam Kher is upbeat about working with director David Dhawan, with whom he last worked with for 2002 film “Yeh Hai Jalwa”.
Dhawan will direct the veteran actor for the remake of 1981 classic “Chashme Buddoor”.
“On my way to Goa for the shoot of David Dhawan’s tentatively titled ‘Chashme Buddoor’. Working with David after a long gap in a TRIPLE ROLE,” Anupam posted on Twitter.
The original movie featured Farooq Shaikh, Deepti Naval, Rakesh Bedi, Ravi Baswani and Saeed Jaffrey, while the new, modern version will reportedly star Ali Zafar in the role essayed by Farooq.