Mumbai, Nov 3 (IANS) Filmmaker Subhash Ghai says he is at ease when he works with newcomers, as they do not demand any chasing.
Ghai, who launched actresses like Manisha Koirala (with "Saudagar") and Mahima Chaudhry ("Pardes"), is now introducing Mishti to Bollywood with "Kaanchi".
"We wanted to cast either a superstar actress or a newcomer because only these two could do the film and nobody else. But the writers said big stars have date issues and we are in a compulsion to complete the film in time," Ghai told IANS.
"I wanted to make film freely. I am more comfortable working with newcomers, as with stars, we have to follow them. They work with dedication and they are very passionate about their work and to prove themselves, they give their 100 percent," he added.
"Kaanchi" also stars Kartik Tiwari in the lead and is slated to release in 2014.
Richa Chadda homesick
Actress Richa Chadha has established herself in Bollywood, but staying away from home on Diwali saddens her.
The Delhi girl is busy shooting for director Howard Rosemeyer's film "Jia Aur Jia".
"Happy Deepawali to all! May this be a luminous new start to all that is auspicious and new ... Blessed be," Richa tweeted.
"Homesick and how... first Diwali on foreign shores... Sigh," she added.
The actress was recently seen in a cameo in television series "24".
'Krrish 3' solid fun: Sujoy Ghosh
Director Sujoy Ghosh says "Krrish 3" is enjoyable and praises Hrithik Roshan and Vivek Oberoi, who play the protagonist and the antagonist, respectively, for their good performances.
"...and I saw 'Krrish 3' last night. I really enjoyed it. Solid mazaa aaya (solid fun). How good were Hrithik and Vivek! I was glued to the screen," Ghosh tweeted Sunday.
Directed and produced by Rakesh Roshan "Krrish 3" released Friday,