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Key To A Good Chemistry On-Screen Is Being Friends First, Sunny Leone

Sunny will be seen co-hosting the show with Rannvijay Singha, who she calls her "Rakhi brother"

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Sunny Leone set to co-host 'Spiltsvilla:11'. Flickr
It's extremely easy to judge someone: Sunny Leone. Flickr

Actress Sunny Leone says the ability to be good friends at first is the key to a sparkling chemistry in a relationship.

On how to achieve good chemistry in a relationship, Sunny told IANS over email from Los Angeles: “It is honesty and the ability to be friends first.”

The actress, who is married to Daniel Weber, will be seen hosting the 11th season of “Splitsvilla”, with the theme ‘Emotions vs Science’ on MTV.

Sunny Leone And Rannvijay Singh Set To Host Another Season Of Splitsvila. Flickr
Sunny Leone And Rannvijay Singh Set To Host Another Season Of Splitsvila. Flickr

“I love that I have been working on this show for the past five years. It’s a time I look forward to every year because it’s so much fun… This year I believe we have a great looking bunch of contestants and they are all very talented and outgoing. They are so entertaining,” she said.

Sunny will be seen co-hosting the show with Rannvijay Singha, who she calls her “Rakhi brother”.

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“We have so much fun together laughing. I love his family and this year was especially tough for me because I got very ill during shooting and he helped me out so much, keeping an eye on my children as I was hospitalised for a night. They really love being around him and he is a great ‘little big brother’,” she said. (IANS)

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Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt is More Interested in Longevity of His Films Than Debut Gross

He wrote: "I am more interested in the longevity of my films than by their debut grosses. I ask does it have anything to say in 10 years or 20 years?"

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Mahesh Bhatt on Wednesday announced that he is venturing into the digital space with a web-series based on the relationship of a struggling filmmaker and a top actress of the seventies. Wikimedia Commons

Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt says he is more interested in the longevity of his films than by their debut grosses.

Mahesh on Wednesday took to Twitter, where he shared a poster of his film “Zakhm”, which was released 21 years.

He wrote: “I am more interested in the longevity of my films than by their debut grosses. I ask does it have anything to say in 10 years or 20 years? Could it still have legs? Could it still be around? History is rife with films that we love today that were ‘bombs’ on their opening weekend.”

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Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt says he is more interested in the longevity of his films than by their debut grosses. Wikimedia Commons

“Zakhm” is considered of Bhatt’s finest directorial efforts and is said to bear autobiographical shades. The film won Ajay Devgn a National Award as Best actor, and also featured Pooja Bhatt, Sonali Bendre, Nagarjuna, and Kunal Kemmu as a child artist. The film won the Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integrat ion.

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Bhatt on Wednesday announced that he is venturing into the digital space with a web-series based on the relationship of a struggling filmmaker and a top actress of the seventies. (IANS)