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On the occasion of Diwali, Subhash Ghai’s film production company Mukta Arts turned 36 years old. The actor turned director is very happy that he is able to entertain audience with some of the most loved movies like Karz and Ram Lakhan.
Subhash Ghai tweeted, “36th anniversary today (Friday) of Mukta arts produced 41 films with 15 films directed by me going still strong. My gratitude to all in Mukta years.”
Mukta Arts produced its first film Karz, starring Rishi Kapoor, in 1978 and after that came out with a big range of movies – Hero, Karma, Khalnayak, Pardes, Taal, Yaadein, Iqbal, Joggers’ Park, and Aitraz. Subhash Ghai also directed super hit classic saga Ram Lakhan that gave Bollywood the superstar Madhuri Dixit, which is being re-made by Karan Johar and Rohit Shetty.
“Mahurat of every movie by Mukta arts took place on 24 oct only, which happened to be a day when I got married with Mukta Rehana. »
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Music director Shravan Rathod, who is popularly known for his compositions with Nadeem Khan, recently was hospitalized in Mumbai after suffering from a stroke. It is being said that Shravan suffered from a paralytic attack and now, he has been admitted in the ICU (Intensive Care Unit) at Kokilaben Ambani Hospital in suburban Mumbai. Nadeem Khan, of the Nadeem-Shravan duo, was disheartened to hear the news and stated that he got know about the incident last evening. Talking about his brotherly rapport with Shravan, Nadeem expressed that he feels like a part of himself is injured. Since Nadeem is not in India, he even revealed that he has sent his secretary to the hospital in order to get news on Shravan's health. Nadeem-Shravan have given Bollywood some of the most memorable chartbusters and have composed music for films like Aashiqui, Dil Hai Ki Maanta Nahin, Saajan, Pardes among others. »
- Bollywood Hungama News Network
Once upon a time there lived a showman. He delivered films on larger than life canvases with heroic characters, melodramatic situations, grandiose dialogues and soul stirring music. We fondly recall the man who gave us iconic films like Karz, Ram-Lakhan, Saudagar, Pardes and many more! Sadly the showman never quite understood the evolution that happened to Indian cinema. He struggled to appeal to the changing tastes, the new generation’s demands and new age storytelling that Indian cinema had adopted. Today he continues to force the audiences to re-visit the style of cinema that once landed him with blockbusters however time and time again he gets rejected. Last Friday he tried again. And sadly last Friday, he failed again.
- Prathna Tiwari
The upcoming film Kaanchi directed and produced by Subhash Ghai is to release on April 25th this year. The film stars Kartik Tiwari (Pyaar Ka Punchnama) and newcomer Mishti in lead roles with Rishi Kapoor and Mithun Chakraborty playing supporting roles. The musical drama is a tale of a girl who dares to fight against corruption.
“First sound of music of `Kaanchi’ is gonna be in public tonight (Thursday) at Mirchi music awards with a music piece resounding `Kaanchi re kaanchi re’,” he further posted on Twitter.
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Subhash ghai, earned the prestigious title of 'The Showman' from the legendary filmmaker Raj Kapoor. He deservedly lived up to the title producing really big budget blockbusters like Karz, Hero, Ram Lakhan, Karma, Saudagar, Khalnayak, Pardes, Taal etc. On the occasion of Sg's (as he is fondly called) 68th birthday today, Glamsham.Com wishes the filmmaker a very happy birthday and discovers how he got his directorial debut film. After completing Vidhaata, thespian Dilip Kumar »
The film, which stars Ghai’s latest find Mishti and actor Kartik Aryan along with veterans Mithun Chakraborty and Rishi Kapoor, is about inner power of a woman who represents millions of suppressed youth against injustice in the country, said a statement issued by the filmmaker’s banner Mukta Arts.
Kaanchi is about the power of a woman who represents millions of suppressed youth against injustice.
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New Delhi, Jan 8: Time was when Bollywood films revolving round 'pardesi' heroes, heroines or families ruled the roost. But such subjects have been elbowed out by desi movies with desi heroes of late, but industry experts say the trend will return.
Thereafter, in the 1990s, both viewers at home and Indians living abroad related to the Nri theme and characters shown in several Hindi films.
- Meeta Kabra
7 items from 2014
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