2 items from 2015
The vigor in the air and the gusto in the aura of Whistling Woods International (Wwi) were beyond words as the students welcomed the guest with a musical performance followed by an Audio Visual journey of the 100 years of Cinema.
Subhash Ghai and Farhan Akhtar then conducted a masterclass on acting and directing and spoke about the evolution of cinema. The audience was mesmerized as they witnessed a perfect blend of youth and experience. At the session encouraging youngsters Farhan Akhtar said, “Believe in your own ability to make a film that has an impact and to be honest about your work and respect others’ work at the same time.” Farhan who has donned many hats in the industry further added, “It is very crucial for the actors to respect directors and for »
- Press Releases
Riteish Deshmukh, who is juggling between multiple films, will be soon seen in yet another film titled Banjo. The producer of the film, Eros International, has also roped in Nargis Fakhri to play the leading lady. Earlier we had reported that Ravi Jadhav, who after earning accolades for his films in the Marathi industry, has been looking at directing Bollywood films and Eros International signed him on. Though the details of the film weren't revealed then, now we hear that the duo have come together for the musical Banjo. Further after finalizing the actors for the lead roles, Krishika Lulla from Eros added that Nargis plays the role of a girl who is born and brought up abroad and visits India for a purpose. She also mentioned that they will be organizing workshops for the two before they kick start the shoot. However, the producer refrained from divulging any details »
- Bollywood Hungama News Network
2 items from 2015
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