Kriti' gets 6 mn views on YouTube

Mumbai:Filmmaker Farah Khan is delighted as her husband Shirish Kunder's short movie "Kriti" has been viewed over six million times on YouTube. Farah took to Twitter to share the news and posted: "It always gets harder before it gets better. Today just got better! 'Kriti' touches six million views and going strong.” This comes after Shirish had got caught in a legal battle with a Nepali filmmaker who claimed that the Bollywood filmmaker's "Kriti" is a copy of his film "BOB". But the copyright claims over “Kriti”, produced by, were finally put to rest on July 15. The movie stars Manoj Bajpayee, Neha Sharma, and Radhika Apte. The short film released online on June 22. -*- TV shows have helped dance become career option: Shilpa  Actress Shilpa Shetty, who has taken on a judge's role for "Super Dancer", says TV reality shows have helped dance get established as a career option. “When I joined the (entertainment) industry, people would think twice before joining it. There were not many dance options to become a dancer or train yourself to become a choreographer. But they were not seen as career options.  “Today if you are on TV, then you become famous and get shows. This way it becomes your career option as there is a flow of money that starts coming in. Dance reality shows have given a lot of people careers," Shilpa said here. The actress has been part of several popular dance numbers like "UP Bihar lootne" and "Shut up and bounce". -*- Manoj ready for erratic schedules Actor Manoj Bajpayee, whose film "Budhia Singh - Born To Run" released on Friday, says that for an actor, erratic shooting schedules are a part and parcel of life.  Manoj is currently juggling his time between shooting for an upcoming project and promoting his new film, in which he plays a real life character.  According to a source, the actor was shooting in the national capital city for an upcoming Indo-American film, which required him to work 10 nights non-stop and at the same time the National Award winner was also promoting “Budhia Singh - Born To Run". Talking about juggling things, he said in statement: “Being an actor, we are always ready for such kind of erratic schedules which work towards our film's benefit."  "It is a tough job but then the results what we get is all worth it. I have received great response from everyone for 'Budhia Singh - Born To Run' and hoping the film creates its impact."