Mumbai: Actress Shilpa Shetty and her sister Shamita, who worked together in 2005 movie "Fareb", will be seen together again in a TV commercial.

"Headed to work on a Sunday, the good thing is there's no traffic on the roads. Shooting an advertisement with Shamita so exciting," Shilpa posted on micro-blogging site Twitter.

"Can't divulge the brand we are endorsing,but its a good one and you ll see it soon," she further added.
"Fareb", a thriller directed by Dipak Tijori, had Manoj Bajpayee in the male lead.
The actress, who is pregnant with her first child with husband Raj Kundra, will also be seen playing the lead role in R. Sarath's forthcoming film "The Desire".

"...this is a true story, of a man from Madhya Pradesh...The tribute to the unsung hero, lists various prominent sportsmen who brought glory on International platforms for the country, but died penniless. Some even having to sell off their gold medal to survive. Such a moving tale," he added.

Amitabh, who is currently recuperating at home from his abdominal surgeries, feels the movie is a tribute to unsung heroes.

"A wonderful tribute to the many unsung sports heroes of the nation, who contribute so much for the Motherland both within and and on International platforms, yet are left in penury to pass away, unnoticed, uncared for," he said.

He also requested the government to support sportspersons.

"...the first thought that comes to mind is to lend support to those that find themselves in such condition. To plead with the system to show some compassion and respect for the glory they brought for us, so we could stick our chests out in pride and look after them in their hour of need instead of leaving them in dire straits to perish without any honour," he wrote.