Mumbai: Actor Purab Kohli, who will soon share screen space with Sonakshi Sinha in the forthcoming film “Noor”, says the actress has an infectious positive vibe on screen. Purab will be essaying Sonakshi's love interest in “Noor”, which will be directed by Sunhil Sippy. “Yes, I've been meeting the team of producers and I'm excited to work with them. I’ve known Sunhil Sippy's work for a long time now. He's an accomplished ad filmmaker and I'm very taken with his vision for this film,” Purab said in a statement. “As for working with Sonakshi... She's a powerhouse and has an infectious positive vibe on screen. The film is pegged on her and I'm looking forward to what our energies will bring together,” the 37-year-old added. In “Noor”, an adaptation of Pakistani writer Saba Imtiaz's 2014 comedy crime thriller “Karachi, You Are Killing Me!”, Purab plays Ayan, a photojournalist who becomes cynical courtesy his life's experiences. However, his charm and wit make him attractive. Don't think I'm picky: Arjun Kapoor After starring in seven films in his journey of four years in filmdom, actor Arjun Kapoor says he is not choosy about the roles he does. "I don't think I am picky (about roles)... My pace fluctuates. Sometimes I sign three films at a time, sometimes I stick to doing one," Arjun said here. Arjun says one needs to have the excitement to "say yes to a film, to get on set and work". His latest project is a voiceover for animated character Buck, a weasel from the upcoming film "Ice Age: Collision Course", which is slated to release on July 15. Every film has an audience: Vivek Oberoi "Great Grand Masti" is releasing just a little over a week after "Sultan" hit the screens. Vivek Oberoi, one of the lead actors of the adult comedy, says he is not worried how the Salman Khan starrer will affect his movie as he feels every film has its own audience. Asked about the chances that the business of "Great Grand Masti" will get affected by "Sultan", Vivek said: "I think people are unanimously loving 'Sultan'. I loved the promos and because I have been promoting this film ('Great Grand Masti'), I didn't have time to see it." "I am really looking forward to go and see the film and see what the whole team has done. We as a fraternity should be able to praise each other's work, enjoy each other's success and that's how we will grow as an industry. You can't grow in isolation." He added: "I think every film has a run and every film has an audience. So, there is an audience for our film."