Bollywood buzz reveals that filmmaker Boney Kapoor is planning a sequel but not a remake of Mr. India, released in 1987. The filmmaker told media that he would like to introduce a new villain in the film.
In 1987 released film ‘Mr. India’, Amrish Puri played the role of famous villain Mogambo.
Talking to media during the launch of the cover of People magazine featuring his wife and actress Sridevi Read more
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray Thursday gave the green signal to airing of the show “Sur Kshetra” featuring Pakistani artists after the officials and producers of the channels met him here, party officials said.
Earlier this week, Thackeray had reiterated the party’s threat to disrupt shooting of “Sur Kshetra” stating that he does not favour the same. Read more
It is known to all the Bollywood Dabangg Salman Khan has helped many newcomers in the industry; he helped many to boost their carrier in Bollywood.
In addition to this, actress Katrina Kaif, Sonakshi Sinha, Himesh Reshammayya could be the best examples.
Actor Salman Khan has helped many small actors to get good roles in films.
Therefore, filmmaker Boney Kapoor wants Salman Khan, who is ht most demanding actor in the industry nowadays, to help his son Arjun Kapoor’s film promotion on social networking site Twitter. Read more
Boney Kapoor’s first wife dies of cancer
According to the Bollywood news, the first wife of Bollywood film producer Boney Kapoor, Mona Kapoor, died today in Mumbai. She was suffering from cancer.
Mona Kapoor, 48-year-old, was the CEO of Future Studios, an indoor shooting studio situated in Mumbai city. She had been fighting with cancer and was admitted to the Hinduja Hospital in Mumbai two weeks ago.
She was known in the industry for her loved, warmth, tenacity and sense of humour.
Meanwhile, her last tweet on the social networking site Twitter showed her spirit, “once more any1 asks hw I am I wl block them. U all knw I am in hosp n battlng stagr 3 multiple organs cancer. Kindly pray fr me. Thts all.” This tweet was on March 16. Read more