10 items from 2013
Shraddha took extensive training to master bike riding and while shooting in Goa even took Mohit for shoot to the set on a bike.
Few know that Suri was inspired by his actress wife Udita Goswami.
Confirmed Mohit, “My characters always have an edge or something unusual about them. I wanted to introduce Shraddha differently in the film. Ten years back, I was shooting Zeher with Udita. We were put up in a small boutique hotel in Goa when she asked for a car. In those days we didn’t have major budgets. She borrowed a Bullet belonging to a hotel worker and rode it. I had never seen her like that. I decided that this was the girl I wanted to be with. So that’s where I got the idea »
- Stacey Yount
Mumbai, May 1: Mohit Suri says that the "ideal love" that he has presented in "Aashiqui 2", is inspired by the unconditional love that his wife Udita Goswami showers on him. Therefore he gives her "full credit" for the success of the romantic-musical saga.
Released on Friday, "Aashiqui 2" earned over Rs.20 crore at the box office in the first three days of its release. Suri also can't stop thanking his stars for his happiness.
"And by stars I don't mean Aditya and Shraddha," he joked. "I mean the stars above," he said.
"People say the kind of sublime ideal love I've shown in 'Aashiqui 2' doesn't exist. I say, 'Come home. I've the perfect love at home. Udita cares for me unconditionally'. So I am allowing her to take. »
- Meeta Kabra
Bollywood actress Udita Goswami tied the nuptial knot with the long time beau director Mohit Suri. The hush-hush wedding ceremony took place in the presence of immediate family members and close friends from the film fraternity at Hare Rama Hare Krishna temple in a traditional Punjabi style. Udita wore a resplendent traditional red lehenga choli with minimum jewelry, while Mohit Suri looked dashing in white sherwani with black waist-coat. Bollywood celebs like »
Filmmaker Mohit Suri and Bollywood actress Udita Goswami tied the knot in a traditional Punjabi wedding at the Hare Rama Hare Krishna temple Tuesday evening. The groom’s sister Smiley confirmed that it was a private wedding and not a star-studded affair. "We had asked our close friends to design Mohit Suri's outfit for his wedding and reception. It is a very private celebration, so we thought let's keep it a very simple Punjabi wedding. It's not going to be filmy at all," Smiley told Ians. "The baraat will go to the Hare Rama Hare Krishna temple directly, and there will be a traditional Punjabi Hindu wedding at 6 p.m. It is a very p »
Suri's sister Smiley says it won't be a Bollywood celebrity-laden affair.
"We had asked our close friends to design Mohit Suri's outfit for his wedding and reception. It is a very private celebration, so we thought let's keep it a very simple Punjabi wedding. It's not going to be filmy at all," Smiley told Ians.
"The baraat will go to the Hare Rama Hare Krishna temple directly, and there will be a traditional Punjabi Hindu wedding at. »
- Meeta Kabra
Kalyug's soft-spoken shy director Mohit Suri is shooting the climax of his latest film Aashiqui 2 while his bride-to-be Udita Goswami is running around making the arrangements for their wedding on January 29. The two have been seeing each other for 9 years and decided to make their relationship legal on a day chosen by Udita. Says Mohit, "Yes, we're getting married on January 29. It almost looks like I'd have to go straight from my location after completing my film to the wedding venue at the Iskcon temple. I plan to somehow wrap up my films by January 25. For the next few days guests would start arriving from Delhi for the wedding." Understandably, Mohit is divided in his attention between completing a precious project and starting in the new phase of his life. Says the appreciative dulha-to-be, "The fact is, Udita can tolerate me even after knowing me for 9 years and »
- Subhash K. Jha
Director Mohit Suri and actress Udita Goswami have decided to seal their nine-year-old relationship Jan 29. Suri says he is an unconventional guy but is doing the formalities for his lady love, who is in charge of the whole thing.
According to the Suri's sister Smiley, the 33-year-old actor will shake a leg with her for a dance performance at a post-wedding cocktail party Jan 31.
The 'Kalyug' star, who is very excited about her brother's temple wedding, also said that there was a is also a secret act planned but she can't reveal it as of now.
Film Director Suri will be tying knot with his long-time ladylove actress Udita Goswami later this month. (Ani) »
- Ketali Mehta
Mumbai, Jan 19: Actor Emraan Haashmi will dance as part a special family act for cousin, film director Mohit Suri, who is tying the knot with his long-time lady love actress Udita Goswami later this month.
Mohit and Udita have been dating for seven years, ever since the former directed the model-turned-actress in 2005 film "Zeher". They will tie the knot here Jan 29.
Emraan will join Mohit's real sister Smiley Suri for a dance performance at a post-wedding cocktail party Jan 31.
"Emraan and I will be performing on a special song for Mohit's cocktail party post his wedding. There is also a secret act planned, and I. »
- Meeta Kabra
It's been years now that Mohit Suri and Udita Goswami have been dating. Yes, the couple may have had their share of ups and downs in their nine year courtship but finally they have decided to make it official. In fact Mohit who has been dating Udita since his directorial debut Zeher will tie the knot with the actress sometime this year. Confirming the news, Mohit stated that after nine years of dating, getting married is the right step in taking their relationship forward. »
- Bollywood Hungama News Network
10 items from 2013
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