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“It’s exciting working with actors of their stature in my first film as it throws me into the deep-end straightaway. I was nervous but the nerves have cooled down.
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Starring Aditya Roy Kapoor, Shradha Kapoor, Naseeruddin Shah, Leela Samson
Directed by Shaad Ali
Welcome back, Shaad Ali. It was a Mani Ratnam remake that gave us Shaad, one of the sharpest smartest directors in Saathiya. It is another Mani Ratnam remake that brings Shaad back in form after a string of duds.
Ok Jaanu (ignore the yucky title) is smart, slick heartwarming and utter endearing as Shaad, from material moulded in Mani’s imagination , forges out an urban love story set in the city that gives love a shove for more practical considerations, like making a living and realizing your ambitions.
Meet Adi and Tara, a couple so believable in their exuberant ambitions and the determination to lock their mutual adoration in a chastity belt, that you can’t help feeling exasperated at their blindness to see the obvious.
Yes, love is in the air. It’s
“Sudesh is not just a choreographer but also a lecturer in modern dance. We collaborated on an opera in Paris, A Flowering Tree, which I directed and he choreographed. Then, we joined hands for Haider’s ‘Bismil’, which bagged him a National Award. He is an unusual personality. This song is from a film within the film and Kangana worked really hard to get the dance form right”, says Vishal.
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Sharing interesting trivia about the songs Vishal mentioned how Gulzar penned seven to eight options before they zeroed in on Bloody Hell.
Produced by Cinestaan Film Company and Romp Pictures, Mirzya is helmed by the multi award-winning Mehra, whose accomplished body of work includes critically hailed biopic, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, and celebrated Indian drama, Rang De Basanti – BAFTA-nominated for Best Foreign Language Film and India’s official selection for entry to the Academy Awards.
Embodying new age Indian cinema, Mirzya introduces a new generation of acting talent in principals, Harshvardhan Kapoor and Saiyami Kher, alongside Anuj Choudhry, all of whom make their screen debuts in this tragic love story, conveyed in the director’s inimitable style. Supporting them onscreen is Anjali Patil and a seasoned ensemble of internationally renowned veterans comprising Art Malik,
Directed by Shaad Ali, Ok Jaanu is produced by Mani Ratnam and Karan Johar. Music director A.R. Rahman has composed the music for the film while lyrics are penned by Gulzar. The film will release in cinemas on 13th January 2017.
Karan tweeted the first look:
You have a date with unabashed and unapologetic Love on the 13th of Jan!! Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor In #OkJaanu …. pic.twitter.com/fXnIoYb28Y
— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) December 9, 2016
Ok Jaanu releases in cinemas on 13th January 2017
Produced by Mani Ratnam and Karan Johar
Directed by Shaad Ali
Distributed by Fox Star Studios
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International actor Anil Kapoor, the father of the lead star Harshvardhan Kapoor, and his sister, Bollywood actress and India’s style icon Sonam Kapoor, walked the Red Carpet along with leading lady Saiyami Kher, co-star Art Malik, director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, producer Rohit Khattar, amongst others.
Mehra’s accomplished body of work includes critically hailed sports biopic, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, and celebrated Indian drama, Rang De Basanti – BAFTA-nominated for Best Foreign Language Film and India’s official selection for entry to the Academy Awards. Says Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, “It cannot get more exciting than this. ‘Mirzya’ now has the perfect partner in BFI – needless to say it’s an honor to have a Premiere at the London Film Festival.
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