She is 60 but can easily give the young brigade a run for their money. Bollywood diva Hema Malini says that the secret of her fitness and evergreen beauty is dancing as well as yoga.
"I love dancing and I can't live without it. For this I do at least two-three shows in a month and for each show I'm on the stage for minimum two hours. Each show requires rigorous rehearsals. So that's how I remain fit," the veteran actress said, sharing her fitness secrets.
"Apart from that I also do yoga and some exercises. You have to live a different kind of life; you have to sacrifice a lot of things. You cannot have things like tikki, jalebi and so on; you can see them but not eat them," Hema added.
The actress, who is hosting dance reality show "Dancing Queens", will next be seen in "Ek Rani Aisi Bhi Thi" directed by Gulbahar Singh. The film is based on the life of Vijayaraje Scindia, the erstwhile queen of Gwalior.
Rakeysh Mehra to make animation film now
After films like "Aks", "Rang De Basanti" and the just released "Delhi-6", filmmaker Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra says his next is an animation venture.
" I'm making an animation film. I have started working on it...it's still in the developing stage," Mehra told IANS over telephone from Mumbai.
" It'll take me around two to three years. I have to make something for my kids. They don't understand what I make. So I have to make something for them."
Bhandarkar wants Neil Nitin Mukesh to sing in 'Jail'
Director Madhur Bhandarkar is quite impressed with Neil Nitin Mukesh's song in "Aa Dekhein Zaara" and now plans to make the young actor sing one for his "Jail".
"I will try that in my film 'Jail', which has Neil. There is a sequence where he is sitting in the jail and singing a song. I think it's a very nice idea," said Bhandarkar.
"Jail", which has Mugdha Godse opposite Neil, is a thriller that will give a ringside view of the world that exists inside the walls of prisons in India.