The theatrical promo of Rakesh Roshan's Krazzy 4 will hit the theatres this week. "The promo will be showcased during the screenings of Sunday, which releases on Jan 25," says Rakesh Roshan.
SUPERSTAR OF TOMMOROW - MALE
Himesh Reshammiya (Aap Ka Suroor)
Neil Nitin Mukesh (Johnny Gaddaar)
Kunal Khemu (Traffic Signal)
Ruslan Mumtaz (Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar)
Ranbir Kapoor (Saawariya)
Muzzamil Ibrahim (Dhokha)
Producer-Director Indra Kumar who has given blockbuster films like Dil, Beta, Mann and the recent laugh riot Dhamaal will launch his daughter Shwetha opposite Himesh Reshammiya in Karzzzz produced by Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar.
More than four decades ago, K. Asif picked up Akbar's son Salim from the pages of history and cast his love story in celluloid.
The magnum opus, "Mughal-e-Azam", based on the tragic romance between Salim and Anarkali, was a sheer spectacle in terms of grandeur, colour, drama and music. It remains a hit till date.
So now the question is: will Ashutosh Gowariker's "Jodhaa-Akbar" - starring Indian superhero Hrithik Roshan and beauty queen Aishwarya Rai - weave the same magic?
India's first digital entertainment city is coming up in Hyderabad, with animation companies, film production houses, music and television studios and an entertainment complex.
The appeal of Indian cinema is growing across the world and the burgeoning industry is wooing fans in Southeast Asia and in the Far East.
After filming scores of productions in Southeast Asian metropolitan cities, the film industry in Mumbai is now putting names of these cities in film titles and is even hiring actors from those countries.
Bollywood director-actor Rajat Kapoor says his new movie is about finding one's identity. Drawn from mythology, it involves Lord Vishnu and Narad Muni, the divine narrator.
"Actually 'Mithya' is based on a story from some 'Puran' (Hindu religious book). At the behest of Narad Muni, Lord Vishnu converts the 'sutradhar' (narrator) Narad Muni into Princess Sushila to understand the meaning of 'maya' (materialism).
I’ve often said that the Friday business is very unpredictable. The best of actors, the most renowned movie makers, the most conducive release period -- nothing can guarantee success. Forget success, no one can guarantee a cent per cent response on Day 1 across the nation.
The Film Federation of India, which is the apex body of the film industry and which has 59 other trade bodies like various producers, distributors, studio owners, and theatre owners as its members celebrates its 50th year.
Here’s some sad news for Indian movie lovers. Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s Eklavya -The Royal Guard, which was India’s official entry to the Oscars this year, is out of the race from the ‘Best Foreign Language Films’ category.