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Combo photo shows Deepika, Mindy and Sonam.
Indian origin American actress Mindy Kaling counts Deepika Padukone and Sonam Kapoor as Indian stars she would love to work with.
"I would love to work with Sonam Kapoor or Deepika Padukone. They're both so talented," Mindy told IANS, when asked about her dream project and if she is willing to work in a Bollywood film.
At the moment, Mindy is working with Priyanka Chopra. The two actresses collaborate on an upcoming wedding comedy.
"Priyanka is so smart. It's been wonderful working with her," Kaling said.
About their project, she added: "I just finished the script. The movie takes place in New York and India. She and I have such a funny dynamic in it, I can't wait to make it."
The film is based around a big fat Indian wedding and is likely to narrate a tale of culture clash.
Mindy's last project "Never Have I Ever" was a hit. The coming-of-age comedy web series is about an Indian teenager growing up in the US. It has been renewed for a second season.
Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor was being trolled all of Tuesday for saying she wants to be like Jaya Bachchan when she grows up.
In a major development, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Wednesday said that it has summoned Bollywood actors Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan, Shraddha Kapoor and Rakul Preeet Singh for questioning in a drug-related case
Deepika Padukone on Saturday deposed before the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in a drugs related case after her alleged chats came to the fore.
The NCB, which quizzed Bollywood actors Rakul Preet Singh, Deepika Padukone, her former manager Karishma Prakash, and fashion designer Simone Khambatta on Friday and Saturday has seized their mobile phones.
The audience at the Iraqi National Theater were on their feet, overcome with emotion as Shamma played a night of classics from the Iraqi songbook and modern compositions.
The “No Time to Die” star recently spoke with his Skyfall co-star Javier Bardem as part of Variety’s “Actors on Actors” series.
Albarn made the comments in a recent interview while talking about artists relying on “sound and attitude”.
"My heart goes out to all the kids around the globe who have been severely affected by the pandemic. They can't interact with friends, can't have a wholesome all-rounded (physical) education; but this is the need of the hour," Shilpa wrote.