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Dada Saheb Phalke Awardee and eminent music maestro Naushad needs no introduction for he is the first music director in the film industry who gave a new impetus to popular music in Indian cinema. The country honoured him with multiple awards like the prestigious Padma Bhushan Award and Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for his invaluable contribution to Indian Cinema.
May 5 marks the death anniversary of this legend; Glamsham.Com remembers him on this occasion and brings forth why he was considered such a great music director.
In the 60s Naushad was ruling the roost and was the first choice of every big film producer. One among them was H. S. Rawail, eminent film director, who was directing his first home production Mere Mehboob.
In a novel marketing innovation of sorts, Mr. X aka Emraan Hashmi will team up with the popular comic book character Chacha Chaudhary to solve a mystery. Mr. X is a complete family, masala entertainer and kids are expected to love the invisibility of Mr. X, who takes the law in his hand only to protect it from forces of evil. Chacha Chaudhary will also take the help of Mr. X's power of invisibility to solve an unsolvable case. Known for his intelligence, Chacha Chaudhary is a famous comic character, created by cartoonist Pran in 1971. With this association, the makers will certainly broaden the appeal of Mr. X among kids. The film is releasing in 3D which should be a big draw for kids and family who would want to see the visual effects of the film in that format. Shikha Kapur, Chief Marketing Officer of Fox Star Studios says, »
- Bollywood Hungama News Network
2 items from 2015
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