'Heroine' postponed, Priyanka not to replace Ash

Wednesday, 29 June 2011, 04:35 Hrs
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New Delhi: The shooting of Madhur Bhandarkar's "Heroine" has been put off because of Aishwarya Rai's pregnancy, but Priyanka Chopra has denied that she wants to replace Ash.

Aishwarya, 37, plays the lead role in "Heroine". "At this point, nothing is more important than Aishwarya's well being and good health," producers UTV said.

"We have all agreed that the best step would be to avoid shooting further, rather than proceeding with an incredibly demanding schedule over the coming months," it said. Meanwhile, Priyanka has rubbished reports that she might replace Aishwarya in "Heroine".

"Read some stupid article about how I want to do Madhur Bhandarkar's film HEROINE. I think Madhur is an amazing director and. It'll be amazing to work together again but GUYS this one aint it! I wish him and Aishwarya lots of luck with the film," the Bollywood star posted on Twitter.

"I also wish that journos would actually do some journalism rather than scriptwriting and stop deciding my next moves!!!" she added. The project, also starring Arjun Rampal, was announced during the Cannes Film Festival this year.
Source: IANS
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