The Shiv Sena has warned the Indian film industry against hiring Pakistani artists, saying it will teach a lesson to those who do so, leading filmamker Mahesh Bhatt said Sunday. Maharashtra Cinema Television Sena (MCTS), a frontal organisation of sthe
There been news for a long time about a sequel to 2003’s boldest movie Jism. The sequel which has so far been titled as Jism 2 was announced way back in 2008. The grapevine was abuzz with the news of
New Delhi, Bollywood filmmakers have found a potent tool in social networking sites to scout for talent — first it was Karan Johar and now Mahesh Bhatt is looking for fresh faces for his next project through microblogging site Twitter.
New Delhi, Bollywood filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt wants students of the JawaharLal Nehru University (JNU) to approve the script of his forthcoming venture “Chandu” — based on slain student leader Chandrashekhar Prasad — before going ahead with the movie. “I want
New Delhi, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who is facing the Shiv Sena’s ire for saying that he favoured Pakistani players’ inclusion in the Indian Premier League (IPL), says he is “sad” his comments are being misconstrued as being against
Shimla, After Bollywood actress Kangna Ranaut’s name surfaced in connection with the probe into David Coleman Headley — a man suspected of involvement in the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai — Kangna’s father Thursday strongly denied any link. Pakistani-origin US
Mumbai, (BollywoodNewsWorld.com) Film-maker Mahesh Bhatt Monday categorically denied reports suggesting that the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has restrained his son Rahul from leaving the city. “Who has said this? I spoke to Joint Police Commissioner (Crime) Rakesh Maria and he
New Delhi, Indian Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt says he and his daughter Pooja are the only Indian artists invited by the Pope who is meeting artists across the globe in the Vatican City to discuss global peace. The father-daughter duo will
Mahesh Bhatt, Sabrina and Pooja Bhatt at Ismail Darbar’s music for film The Unforgettable at PVR, in Mumbai.
Mumbai, Raj Kumar Santoshi may have moved Lahore in his adaptation of the play “Jis Lahore Nahin Dekhya Woh Jamiya Nahin” to Hyderabad, but filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt is all set to shoot an entire Bollywood film – a Hindu-Muslim love