Director-producer Anurag Kashyap, known for his cult films, is happy producing Manoj Bajpai's "Chittagong" and said the film will finally come out towards the middle of the next month.
"This film is finally coming out and will see the light of the day. I know how this film was made and how it was put together. In fact, I got the star cast of 'Gangs of Wasseypur' through this film. Manoj introduced me to this film," Kashyap said at the music launch of the film held Thursday.
Veteran Bollywood filmmaker Yash Chopra, who turned 80 Thursday, talked about his journey in the show business with superstar Shah Rukh Khan in a heart-to-heart televised chat.
Chopra said his family wanted him to become an engineer but he knew he wanted to direct films.
"My mother said do what your heart says. She gave me Rs.200 and said my blessings are with you. Go ahead and don't worry," recalled Chopra, who is about to release a new film, "Jab Tak Hai Jaan", starring Shah Rukh, in November.
A political party in Nepal has said it will prohibit the entry of Indian-registered vehicles and screening of Hindi movies in Nepal, Xinhua reported.
Pumpha Bhusal, spokesperson of the Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (CPN-Maoist), a party formed after splitting from the United CPN-Maoist, said the decision was taken to "safeguard national sovereignty and integrity".
Veteran filmmaker Yash Chopra, who turned 80 Thursday, announced in a chat with actor Shah Rukh Khan that he will not be directing any more films after "Jab Tak Hain Jaan".
"Bahut ho gaya abhi. My heart says bahut ho gaya abhi. I will not direct any other film after 'Jab Tak Hain Jaan'. I have got lot of love in all these years. I think now the time has come to pay back. I want to help directors, actors, technicians who I could not help all these years," said Chopra.
Ranbir Kapoor's deaf and mute character in "Barfi!" seems to be giving cousin Kareena Kapoor's glamorous avatar in "Heroine" a run for her money!
The sweet and simple love story of a mute and deaf boy in "Barfi!" seems to have touched the heartstrings of viewers who are still flocking theatres to savour the unconventional romantic flavour. On the other hand, "Heroine", with an an overdose of glitz, doesn't seem to have the same effect on the moviegoers.