By Priyanka Khanna
New Delhi, March 16 (IANS) With the Hindi film industry's proverbial showman, Subhash Ghai, failing to whip up a winner with his latest foray into serious cinema, Bollywood is pinning its hopes on the upcoming string of releases to end the dull phase.
Ghai's "Black & White", based on communalism, could not set the cash registers ringing but the continued run of Ashutosh Gowarikar's "Jodhaa Akbar" brought solace to exhibitors and distributors even as it completed its fourth week at the turnstiles.
Traditionally, the month of March is a lean period as it coincides with school and college examinations across the country. As movie watching is largely a family outing in India, filmmakers are weary of releasing