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Delnaaz Irani says ‘Masti Majha Life’ for being able to finally share screen space with Rushad Rana


Friends for years, Delnaaz Irani and Rushad Rana have always been interested in sharing the screen space- Jyothi Venkatesh

But they were not that lucky till recently when their wish got fulfilled. The actors shot for a brand endorsement, their first ever collaboration, so obviously, they could not keep calm.“We have been friends since donkey’s years.

Being a part of the same industry we would often speak about working together but never got the opportunity.

I think the major reason we said yes to this is because we wanted to end the jinx of not being able to collaborate earlier.

I hope now on we will get more opportunities. The true blue Parsis in us can’t wait to entertain our audience together in coming times,” she says.

Irani’s social media post too say much about how much they enjoyed shooting for the endorsement. “…sharing some pictures with a friend that I’ve known for ages…@ranarushad Did you know that we are both Parsi?

Yes we both believe in the “Masti Majha Life” haha yes can’t you tell by the images? We’ve known each other for years yet haven’t worked on screen together still, but it’s never too late! first piece of work together but many more to come…,” she captioned photos of her and Rana that she shared on Instagram.

Rana too re-shared the same images to express his happiness on the same platform.
“Rushad is a super cool co-star.

It feels amazing to have a conversation in your mother tongue with someone on the set. With Rushad around I can do that to my heart’s content.

Simple pleasures of life you see,” she laughs softly.Irani also thanked her partner DJ Percy for managing the shoot well. Rana too followed suit.

“He dealt with two Parsis in the house, he must be congratulated for his effort,” she joked before adding, “Percy is good with camera and with his help we could manage the footage we required. Thanks to him, everything went smoothly.”