SEE PIC: Arjun Kapoor turns basketball player for Half Girlfriend

first_imgAfter months and months of speculations surrounding the star cast, Mohit Suri’s much-anticipated film Half Girlfriend has finally gone on floors. The love story, starring Arjun Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor, is a screen adaptation of the eponymous novel of the same name written by Chetan Bhagat.ALSO READ: Half Girlfriend is not a frivolous romantic comedy, says Arjun Kapoor ALSO READ: Shraddha Kapoor roped in for Mohit Suri’s Half Girlfriend Arjun, who has united with Bhagat after 2 States, has turned a basketball player for Half Girlfriend. The 30-year-old, who has begun shooting for the film, recently took to Instagram to share a picture. Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh also shared a picture of the Gunday actor practising basketball for his role. #HalfGirlfriend: Arjun’s been training with a basketball team from USA to perfect the sport. taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) June 8, 2016Mohit Suri’s #HalfGirlfriend, starring Arjun Kapoor as a basketball player, commences shoot today… pic.twitter.com/15BXk436g3 taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) June 8, 2016It is for the first time that Shraddha and Arjun will share screen space. However, Arjun has maintained that Half Girlfriend is not a frivolous romantic comedy. “There is pathos and drama in Half Girlfriend. It’s not just a frivolous rom-com (romantic-comedy). It’s a drama. That film has a journey. It’s a romantic journey and for me that is very exciting,” Arjun had told IANS in an earlier interview.advertisement “I have never done film where there is a rise and fall in love of a boy. If anybody has read the book, then they must be aware of the journey of Madhav Jha (his character). In the film there is a time lapse (of about) seven-eight years between the beginning of the film and the end of the film,” he added. Shraddha, on the other hand, will play an affluent Delhi girl. The film is set to hit the screens some time next year.last_img read more

Again it wasnt much but it was his first real fo

first_imgAgain, it wasn’t much but it was his first real footballwork since last August when he was carted off the fieldduring a preseason game in Green Bay after tearing hispatellar tendon.“It was good to see him back out there just doing somefootball movements,” said running backs coach TommieRobinson. “Ryan did well within the things we asked himto do. He did a good job.”Robinson said they expect Williams to make a full recoveryand “be able to give us those things that we saw when hewas coming out of (Virginia Tech).”But for now, Williams will be limited in his on-fieldwork, meaning going at half speed—which isn’t alwayseasy.“I don’t have a slow down button,” he said.“Once August comes, then I’ll really see where I’m at; butas of right now, I’m just doing what the trainers say.I’m not going against any word that they say.“I’m satisfied with what is going on. The trainers tellme how satisfied they are, everyday. They didn’t eventhink I would be where I’m at right now. For them to tellme that makes me feel good about what I’ve been doing.” Top Stories Comments   Share   Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Another running back joined Cardinals practice Wednesday.Ryan Williams, recovering from right knee surgery, wasgiven the green light for limited activity. He spent aportion of the second day of OTAs in both team (receivinghandoffs) and individual drills (working on footwork)before retreating back to the sideline to work with thetraining staff.“I think I surprised some people but I didn’t surprisemyself,” he said. “To be squatting close to 400 (pounds),I should be able to do little things like that out there.” D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Williams said he still needs to build up strength in theknee but feels comfortable enough to handle the drillshe’s allowed to do.“It was cool to get the support and the hoorahs from (myteammates) but I didn’t really surprise myself. It feltgood, almost brought a tear to my eye,” he said with asmile. What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img read more