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Filmmaker Rohit Shetty, who is looking forward for the release of his forthcoming film "Simmba", has said that the film will make audience feel high.

Filmmaker Rohit Shetty, who is gearing up for the release of his forthcoming film 'Simmba', has said that a filmmaker can't show vague things in a cop film.

Filmmaker Rohit Shetty, who has made commercially successful films like "Singham" and "Chennai Express", will be talking about understanding the pulse of the audience to make mainstream cinema at the Jagran Cinema Summit here on Friday.

Even though he has delivered back-to-back hits in the past few years, Rohit Shetty has also given fodder to his critics, who feel that he only sticks to a particular kind of cinema.

Though it is still a few months away, the big Christmas clash - between Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Bajirao Mastani (BM) and Rohit Shetty's Shah Rukh Khan- and Kajol-starrer - is already a hot topic of discussion in film trade circles.

Ever since the remake of Subhash Ghai's hit film, Ram Lakhan (1989), was announced, many rumours about the probable cast of the movie have been doing the rounds.

He collaborated with Shah Rukh Khan on Chennai Express (2013) and now, film-maker Rohit Shetty is working with the actor again on their upcoming Christmas release.

Director Rohit Shetty, who has shot a majority of his films in Goa, is set to be honoured by the state at the International Film Festival of India today (November 29).

Director Rohit Shetty, who is known for his action-packed comedy films, will soon be seen hosting the reality show, Khatron Ke Khiladi 5 (KKK).

Director Rohit Shetty talks about his love for action-packed comedy films, his wish to try other genres too, his fears and much more.

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