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Sanjay Dutt and Subhash Ghai reunite for Khal Nayak Returns

Sanjay Dutt and Subhash Ghai reunite for Khal Nayak Returns
The year 1993 saw the release of one of the most iconic films of Bollywood in the form of Khal Nayak, that was directed by the showman Subhash Ghai and had Sanjay Dutt and Madhuri Dixit in lead roles. Its 2016 now and the update on the film is that, Subhash Ghai and Sanjay Dutt have joined hands once again to produce Khal Nayak's sequel titled Khal Nayak Returns. While Subhash Ghai and Sanjay Dutt will be jointly producing the film, Khal Nayak Returns will be directed by a younger director, whose 'identity' has not yet been revealed so far. Sanjay Dutt will be seen in his iconic character of Ballu Balaram. Speaking about Khal Nayak Returns, Subhash Ghai said, "Yes it's confirmed Mukta Arts and Sanjay Dutt Productions have made an agreement to produce Khal Nayak Returns by 2016 end. Sanjay will play Ballu Balram, who comes out jail after 20 years
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Tips Music sends out 2 Million heartfelt Thank You’s!

One of India’s leading Music Labels – Tips Music has just become one of the largest entertainment brands on Facebook in India. The company’s Facebook community crossed 2 million fans and has one of the highest engagement rates on the social network. The company was one of the last to join the social media bandwagon but has surpassed their competitors in a short span of 2 years. Tips Music’s Facebook page is the largest not only amongst the music companies but also film production companies in India. Unlike their competition, Tips Music has broken the trend of depending only on new music to grow their community and leveraged their rich 90s music catalogue to engage with fans.

“We’re very excited to cross this milestone on Facebook, we appreciate all the support our fans have given us in the last few years. Our company mission has always been to give
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Madhuri Dixit was once told she would never make it big in Bollywood

Bollywood goddess Madhuri Dixit was once told early in her career that she would never succeed within the film industry. At a recent event, Madhuri stated the following to the Indian media and how she was determined to prove her critics wrong. “Being a woman you always go through something or the other. When I made my debut in Bollywood, many people told me I can’t do, it’s not a good place, I can’t make my position in this industry. But that time I had faith in myself and worked and proved everyone what can I do.”

Making her film debut in Abodh (1984), Madhuri eventually secured the stardom she sought to achieve with the blockbuster hit Tezaab (1988), where she performed opposite 80s superstar Anil Kapoor. Subsequently, she has starred in key Bollywood films like Dil (1990), Beta (1992), Khal Nayak (1993), Hum Aapke Hain Koun (1994) and Dil To Pagal Hai
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Madhuri’s Choli is top of the Bollywood pops!

‘Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai’ has beaten off stiff competition from some of the most sizzling songs, to win the ‘hottest song from the last one hundred years of Indian cinema’ poll conducted by Sanona.com, the Bollywood Pay-Per-View movie streaming portal.

Madhuri Dixit’s song beat modern favourite Katrina Kaif’s sultry turn in ‘Sheila Ki Jawani’ from Farah Khan’s Tees Maar Khan (2010) and the legendary dancer Helen’s sultry ‘Yeh Mera Dil’ from Don (1978). Both songs were a super hit at their time of release, and continue to be played at weddings, birthday parties, and nightclubs across the globe.

The once controversial song from director Subhash Ghai’s 1993 action thriller, Khal Nayak, was voted number one in a hottest Bollywood song choice poll that was conducted across social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter as part of Sanona’s celebration of the industry’s landmark anniversary.

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First Look: Subhash Ghai’s New Film Kaanchi

Subhash Ghai is finally coming out with his new directorial film-Kaanchi which is releasing on 15 August 2013 and we have your exclusive first look! Subhash Ghai, The Showman is known for launching New Faces and Big Dramas and he is back in his element. Kaanchi a musical thriller with a love story has a new star cast, teamed with veteran actor Rishi Kapoor, who will play the villain.

Other cast and credits are in the process of being finalised. Two songs have already been recorded by Ismail Darbar and Salim-Suleiman for the movie.

Check out the trailer and the cool poster for the epic drama of a Girl and her Fight.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=juXXEV0iDWs

Ghai’s production banner Mukta Arts will also celebrate its 34th anniversary on Oct 24, 2012. The banner has produced 35 movies, 14 of which have been directed by Ghai. The 69-year-old’s last directorial was
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In Conversation with So You Think You Can Dance Bollywood Choreographer Nakul Dev Mahajan

Before I came to write about the great world of Bollywood, I was a professional ballet dancer for many years. It was my first love. So when I discovered Bollywood, the dance sequences were one of the things that made me fall in love with the genre. Since I am a dancer, one of my all time favorite shows is the reality dance program, So You Think You Can Dance (Sytycd) on Fox network here in the Us. You can imagine how excited I was when I first saw a Bollywood number on the show in Season 4. I was ecstatic and so it seems was the audience. Since then the Bollywood numbers have thrilled audiences and I hear will be seen on the 9th season, which is airing now on Wednesday nights. A couple of weeks ago I got the amazing opportunity to chat with the choreographer behind those great Bollywood numbers,
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New cop in town, Thakur Pritam Singh

Salman Khan.s Dabangg avatar will meet its match when Sanjay Dutt dons the khaki. In what promises to be the most challenging role of Sanjay Dutt.s career, the actor is all set to play Thakur Pritam Singh, a zamindar-turned-cop from Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh.Known as the badshah of Bulandshahr, Thakur Pritam Singh was notorious for his unorthodox methods of dealing with criminals. He would make criminals shoot other criminals rather than doing the dirty job himself.Dutt who previously played a cop in films like Shootout At Lokhandwala and Mission Kashmir, is gearing up for the challenge to play this real life character in his next Zilla Ghaziabad for which he will change his entire look.Confirming Dutt.s attempt at method acting, the film.s producer Vinod Bachchan says, .Sanjay Dutt is very excited about the character and his unorthodox ways of dealing with criminals. It
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Subhash Ghai on how B'wood has changed

Subhash Ghai on how B'wood has changed
How much has cinema changed since the 1970s when you started out with films like Kalicharan (’76) and Vishwanath (’78)?If we’re talking about mainstream cinema, then nothing much has changed except for the presentation and technology used. We have Dolby digital sound now but going by content, Om Shanti Om, Welcome and Singh is Kinng are no different from Manmohan Desai films. When was the last time you made a thriller?Khal Nayak, 17 years ago. But Right Yaa Wrong is a very different film, revolving around four characters who break the law and the code of ethics without realising that their ...
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