Snippets: Boman can't see himself on screen

Snippets: Boman can't see himself on screen

Snippets: Boman can't see himself on screen

He has entertained Bollywood viewers with comedy and serious roles alike, but Boman Irani rarely watches his own movies on the big screen.

And there's a reason why! "I don't watch my films because I can't see myself on screen. I am very critical about myself," Boman said here.

The actor, who has been seen in movies like "Lage Raho Munna Bhai", "3 Idiots" and "Well Done Abba", will next feature in Farah Khan's movie "Happy New Year"

Acting can't be learnt: Deepika

She has proved her versatility film after film, but Deepika Padukone, one of the current reigning beauties of Bollywood, says the art of acting cannot be learnt.

"I believe acting is about being real, and I don't think you can learn acting," said Deepika, who had in the past enrolled into Anupam Kher's film school.

However, with experience and over time, she has realised is that "the best way to learn acting is to observe people and be on the sets.

Reshmi Ghosh awaits Bollywood comeback

Former Miss India Earth Reshmi Ghosh, who starred in the 2012 film "From Sydney With Love", says if "something really different" comes by from Bollywood, she may think of a comeback.

"If I would be given something really different and out of the world, then probably I can think of doing it," Reshmi told IANS.

For now, she's happy with her small screen stint. While she's starring in "Buddha", she will soon be seen in a new fantasy-based superhero show "Maharakshak Aryan", slated to go on air on Zee TV Nov 1.

The dusky beauty will be seen in a negative role and her character is called Vishkanya