Ankur Arora Murder Case is an upcoming Bollywood medical thriller film directed by Suhail Tatari and written by Vikram Bhatt. The film takes up an urgent and disturbing issue of death during surgery and is based on a real-life incident
They are small in trems of budgets, but romantic comedy “Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana” and horror thriller “1920 Evil Returns” have managed a fair opening for themselves by earning Rs.1.25 and Rs.4.05 respectively on its opening weekend. Made on
Bipasha Basu, Emraan Hashmi, Esha Gupta
Producer Mahesh Bhatt describes “Raaz 3″ as a mix of three true-life stories of actress Bipasha Basu, director Vikram Bhatt and writer Shagufta Rafique. “‘Raaz 3′ is a cocktail of three true stories. One is about Shagufta, who has observed
Chiselled abdomens, cleavage, the body contour…Bollywood filmmakers are zooming in on women’s curves to create titillating posters, aimed at crucial first week collections, perhaps emboldened by today’s liberal censors. The first look of Vikram Bhatt’s production “Hate Story” creates a
Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt says his next project “Dangerous Ishq” is being wrongly perceived as a horror film. “‘Dangerous Ishq’ is 3D. Yes. And it’s a mystery set in reincarnations. The media is wrongly reporting it as a horror,” Bhatt posted
Karisma Kapoor, who is returning to silver screen with “Dangerous Ishq”, has told its director Vikram Bhatt that her favourite costume designer Manish Malhotra should be on board. The actress, who bid adieu to movies after marrying Delhi-based industrialist Sanjay
Vikram Bhatt returns to Vishesh Films after 2003 with the third part of the horror film “Raaz”, which will be made in 3D and which he says is the most important film of his life. “For me, ‘Raaz 3′ is
Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt has apparently convinced actress Karisma Kapoor to make a comeback with his slick 3D thriller “Dangerous Ishq”. Said a source close to the project: “Vikram has met Karisma several times. She loves the script of ‘Dangerous Ishq’.
Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt who directed horror flicks like “Raaz”, “1920” and “Shaapit” has taken his fascination to a new level by making his next scary drama in the 3D format. He openly admits that ‘Haunted’ is his most challenging film.