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Manisha Koirala goes black & white with Divya Dutta

IndiaGlitz [Friday, May 28, 2010]
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The Nepalian beauty Manisha Koirala who once was amongst the top Bollywood actress and the most photogenic face during her times is making a comeback in a black & white film titled 'Chehre'.

As earlier mentioned, the movie which is set in the 50s era is a suspense thriller in which Divya Dutta wears the looks inspired from yesteryears tragedy queen Meena Kumari.

Manisha will be playing elder sister to Divya.

Directed by debutant Rohit Kaushik, the movie has completed its shoot and is in the post production stage.

Manisha was not available for her comment but Divya was pretty excited in stepping into the shoes of the legendary actress who initially had a doubt because the makers wanted the movie to be in black and white but said yes without taking much time.

So it's time for some thrills in black and white... what say?




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