After making the gamchha as fashionable as Gucci with the publicity blitz he set off for Gangs Of Wasseypur (GOW), Anurag has now come up with a new idea to kick-start promotions of GOW 2, the second part of his gangland saga set to open on August 8.On Monday, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Huma Qureshi, whose characters Faizal Khan and Mohsina will come to the forefront as a romantic duo in GOW 2 after being fringe players in the first film, were spotted catching a show of the SRK-Kajol blockbuster Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (DDLJ) at Mumbai's iconic Maratha Mandir theatre.To get the latest entertainment news and gossip, follow us on Twitter @Showbiz_IT and Like us on facebook.com/India Today For news and videos in Hindi, go to Aaj
When asked whether the account would be a sanitized version of his life, Nawaz promised to put it all down as truthfully as possible.
On the process of co-authoring the book, he confessed that he just told the “qissas’’ from his life to Chatterjee and had no idea how she was going to put it all together.
Huma, sporting bright pink and black salwar kurta and goggles, very much looked like the small-town hottie she plays in the film.
The idea of having the film's lead duo watch a 90s film together is also in tandem with what the film's first trailer shows.
In his two-year-old Bollywood career Varun was only linked with Alia, whom he insistently described as one of his closest friends. On the fourth season of celebrity talk show Koffee With Karan, Varun had said that he was dating someone but remained ambiguous about the relationship saying the girl's family doesn't want him to talk about it just yet.
Lisa will be next seen in The Shaukeens starring Akshay kumar, Annu Kapoor, Anupam Kher and Piyush Mishra.In the trailer, Faizal is seen courting Mohsina by suggesting they go and watch DDLJ together.DDLJ incidentally has been running non-stop at Maratha Mandir since its release in Diwali 1995.Anurag's Gangs Of Wasseypur is a two-part saga that tells the story of warring clans out to wrest dominance over the coal-belt mafia in Wasseypur near Dhanbad.The saga is broadly based on Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather.In the hour-long session, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and writer-journalist Rituparna Chatterjee, who is co-authoring his memoir spoke to Hindustan Times Brunch editor Poonam Saxena about the forthcoming book, and Nawaz spoke about his days of struggle, the many memorable roles that he has played and of finally finding success in Bollywood.