2 items from 2014
Legendary director, Ramesh Sippy is going back to the floor with a cool new film that what we hear is a quirky romance. Titled Shimla Mirchi, the film has a very interesting cast that includes one of his favorite heroines.
Ramesh Sippy’s cult classic Sholay was released 39 years ago in 1975. In that film, he created the character of Basanti with his favourite actress Hema Malini. Now, after almost 4 decades, the duo will be working together once again in Shimla Mirchi.
Ramesh Sippy always chose to make diverse films right through his career with many blockbusters to his name. To begin with the mature love story Andaz, to the comedy Seeta aur Geeta, to an action adventure Sholay, to the slick action Shaan to the family drama with Shakti to the romantic love story Saagar. Like many of his films, this new project will follow the path of titles beginning with S. »
- BollySpice Editors
Director Ramesh Sippy who has given Bollywood some of its biggest hits like Sholay, Seeta Aur Geeta, Saagar and many more will soon be returning back to film direction. Sippy's next directorial venture has been titled Shimla Mirchi and it will star star Hema Malini and Rajkummar Rao. While the actress opposite Rajkummar Rao is yet to be finalized, the film will go on the floor in August and is said to be a sweet, romantic story with its quirky twists. Interestingly, this film will mark Sippy's reunion with Hema Malani after 39 years since Sholay. The film is also said to be the reason behind Rao opting out of Chetan Bhagat's Revolution 2020. »
- Bollywood Hungama News Network
2 items from 2014
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