Priyanka Chopra enchanted by music
Features Friday, February 06, 2015 - 05:30
The News Minute | February 5, 2015 | 7.45 pm IST Actress-singer Priyanka Chopra doesn't need magic wands, potions or fairies to take her to a magical land -- music does the trick. "Studio day!!! So much fun!! As always! Making music is magical!! It never ceases to amaze me!!" she tweeted. The actress, who has been applauded for her performances in movies like "Fashion" and "Mary Kom", stepped into the music world with her international single "In my city". Last year, her track "I can't make you love me" bagged the seventh position in the top 100 international songs and albums. -*- Hrithik Roshan's happiness mantra Bollywood actor with Greek god looks, Hrithik Roshan, seemed to be in a philosophical mood when he shared the secret of finding true happiness! "Finally happiness is nothing more dan becoming d best version of urself. Rise," the actor tweeted. After making his acting debut in 2000 with "Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai", Hrithik went on to treat his fans with a variety of roles in films as diverse as "Mission Kashmir", "Lakshya", "Dhoom 2", "Koi... Mil Gaya", "Krrish", "Jodhaa Akhbar", "Guzaarish", "Agneepath", "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara" and "Bang Bang!". -*- Ali Zafar excited for 'Urainge' Pakistani actor-singer Ali Zafar is getting pre-release jitters over his musical tribute to Peshawar attack victims through his single "Urainge". "Mother cried watching the video. Wife says never been more proud (of) me. Me, never been more content. You? Can't wait to know Saturday. G night," he tweeted. Ali has brought together musicians, actors and sportspersons for the video of the song, which will be released Saturday. The actor, who made his Bollywood debut in 2010 with "Tere Bin Laden" and went on to do films like "Mere Brother Ki Dulhan" and "Chashme Baddoor", also posted a teaser of the music video with "Pakistan will rise" message being displayed in the end. The world was left shocked in December last year by the gruesome killing of 145 people, including 132 children in an attack by a terrorist group on an army-run school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar.