Bollywood director Ken Ghosh says despite being the country's entertainment capital, Mumbai is a tough place to shoot in.
"Why is Mumbai (which is the film capital of India) such a difficult place to shoot in? The red tape that a producer faces is ridiculous," tweeted Ghosh.
He has earlier directed movies like "Ishq Vishk", "Fida" and "Chance Pe Dance".
After the stupendous success of "Ek Tha Tiger", director Kabir Khan is off for a new adventure! He is all set to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa.
"I am working on a couple of ideas. Actually, day after I leave for Kilimanjaro, that's the one thing I promised myself to do. After climbing the mountain of 'Ek Tha Tiger', I want to do that," the 41-year-old said here Friday at the Blu-ray DVD launch of the film.
Khan is also expected to lock his next project once he returns from his 10-day expedition.
Filmmaker who has produced Sridevi's comeback filmsays the actress must continue to work in the film industry for the sake of cinema.
"I think she was born to act and such talent is very rare in the country and she should continue acting. For the sake of cinema, she should continue acting," Balki said here Friday in an interview.
"English Vinglish", directed by Balki's wife, brought back Sridevi's magic on the big screen after 15 years. The movie has received acclaim from all over.
The husband-wife duo have credited Sridevi for the success of the film.
Film: "Makkhi"; Starring: Sudeep, Samanth Ruth Prabhu, Nani; Directed by: S.S. Rajamouli; Rating: *** 1/2
This is a love triangle with a twist. It's a story of a man, woman and... a fly! By now we've all heard of Rajamouli's "Eega" cracking box office records in Tamil. The Hindi version comes to us with a tremendous pre-release expectations. Shall we just say we were "Eega" to see this film?
Oscar award-winning director Ang Lee's film "Life of Pi" will open the 43rd International Film Festival of India (IFFI) which gets underway from Nov 20, festival official Shankar Mohan said Friday.
Mohan, a senior official of the ministry for information and broadcasting and in-charge of organising the festival, also said that Meera Nair's film "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" will be the closing film of the festival.
The decision on the films was taken following a meeting of festival officials in Goa late Friday evening.