Here we are, just hanging out with the stars.
The stars of Vishesh Films' upcoming supernatural film Khamoshiyan recently accompanied Mahesh Bhatt for a visit to the Rediff office in Mumbai.
Take a look at what they were up to during their time here.
British actress of Indian origin, Sapna Pabbi makes her Bollywood debut with the supernatural-erotic thriller Khamoshiyan.
You may remember having seen her in Anil Kapoor starrer 24, playing the actor's daughter.
A former student of Public Policy and Governance, Pabbi hails from a conservative Punjabi family based in England.
'My father is the copy of Amrish Puri from DDLJ (Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge),' she tells us.
In her own words, she would sneak around to participate in shows and eventually left her job to try her luck in Bollywood.
Of course, there was the 'Jaa Simran, jee le apni zindagi' moment with her father, she adds.
And yes, television heartthrob Gurmeet Chaudhary, who makes his Bollywood debut with Khamoshiyan, takes his shirt off!
Gurmeet also makes his abs dance! Yes, you read that right.
Watch the video to see what we mean!
The film also stars Ali Fazal (of Fukrey, Bobby Jasoos fame) in a central character.
Fazal and Sapna Pabbi look on attentively as Mahesh Bhatt recounts his first visit to the Rediff offices (more than a decade ago!) and talks about his new film.
Here is Ali Fazal again, showing off his beautiful face in the most disarming manner ever.
Fazal, who was initially reluctant to talk about his Fast and The Furious role, gave in soon. He adds that he got a chance to work with the late Paul Walker before he had to leave for India to work on his previous film Bobby Jasoos.
A popular name thanks to his successful stints as Lord Rama on Ramayan and celebrity contestant on Jhalak Dikhhla Ja, Gurmeet shares his experience of transitioning from the small to the big screen.
"The long hours, heavy scripts and dialogues on TV shows prepare an actor for the big screen," he says.
The veteran Mahesh Bhatt shared some very personal details about his life during his time in the Rediff office.
Watch what he says in the video below:
Photographs: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com