Bollywood Super Star Shahrukh Khan at filmmaker Subhash Ghai’s party on the occasion of his production company Mukta Arts completing 36 years in business. Here are the pictures of Shahrukh Khan arriving at the party.
Actor-producer Salman Khan, who is all set to produce the remake of Subhash Ghai’s hit film “Hero”, will start rolling the cameras for the movie by early next year. A 1983 film, “Hero” was directed by Subhash Ghai and featured
The Punjab and Haryana High Court Tuesday stayed Bollywood filmmaker Subhash Ghai’s Mukta Arts from performing any activity on a 20-acre plot purchased from a gram panchayat in Haryana, a lawyer said. Ghai planned to set up a film institute
BollywoodNewsWorld.com, Corporates have changed the economics of moviemaking, says veteran filmmaker Subhash Ghai who has been making films for 35 years. He believes star fees as well as the cost of production has gone up, making most filmmakers run into
Filmmaker Subhash Ghai launched the music of his forthcoming bilingual “Nouka Dubi” in a unique way – he launched it on a boat in the Ganges river.Directed by National award winner Rituparno Ghosh, the film revolves around various emotions of
Till just a few days back, the industry was smiling with the blockbuster success of ‘Rajneeti’. However, the smiles have vanished all over again with ‘Raavan’ turning out to be disaster at the box office. Wait, before we delve into
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Subhash Ghai, Rajpal Yadav with Sukhwinder Singh’s debut film “Kuchh Kariye” music launch at Novotel.
Mumbai, Showman Subhash Ghai is planning a radical change in the economics of filmmaking by drafting a new pay structure for actors starring in his films. Having burnt his fingers repeatedly coping up with the actors’ enormous pay packets, Ghai
New Delhi, Sunny Deol and Irrfan Khan starrer “Right Yaaa Wrong” was released on 21 screens in Pakistan Friday and producer Subhash Ghai says he didn’t face any problems distributing the film there even though Islamabad had banned Indian films