Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Ram Leela" is set to go on floors next month, says actor Abhimanyu Singh, but he refused to confirm his place in the cast of the movie.
"I would not be able to talk about it right now. It is too early to speak about it. All I can say is the film will go on floors next month. I can't tell you anything more than that," Abhimanyu told IANS.
Bhansali returns to direction two years after weilding the megaphone for "Guzaarish".
A singer should be able to sing all kind of songs and be able to adapt to new trends, says Javed Ali who proved his versatility by crooning hit numbers like "Jash-ne-bahara", "Tinku jiya" and "Ishaqzaade" title track.
"People say that today's music is not good, but that's not right. Good music and good songs are being created. But sometimes we need to move with the trend," Javed told IANS and added that the one should not shy away from singing an item song if its in trend.
Filmmaker-actor Sohail Khan is happy at the stupendous opening of "Ek Tha Tiger" and says it's the best "Eidi" Salman Khan's fans could give him.
"It's the happiest feeling anyone can have. I have seen the film, it's a superb film. I think it's the best Eidi that Salman bhai's fans could give him," Sohail said here Thursday at a special screening of the film.
"This film caters to youngest to the oldest. This is one film the whole family can go and watch together," he added.
Nikhil Advani puts "Patiala House" failure past behind him and gears up for his next project "Delhi Safari" and says that the 3D animation movie is for his six-year-old daughter, Keya.
"I feel, I have made this film for my daughter who could see it with her friends. It would be really expensive if I make a film especially for my daughter, but the motive behind this was that it's a very proud moment when she enjoys such films with her friends discussing about characters and all," Advani told IANS and added that apart from children, animation genre has adult patrons too.
3D animated film DELHI SAFARI, has not only been dubbed in English, Spanish, French and Russian, but its songs have also been dubbed simultaneously. International artistes Vanessa Williams, John Fluker and Fred Tatasciore will be recording the English versions of the songs composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy for the film in the US.
Moreover, the producers, Krayon Pictures, will be sharing 50 per cent of the royalty from the music with the composers. “We partnered with the producers when the film was being conceptualised; it’s a way of thinking ahead,” says Shankar Mahadevan.