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By Taran Adarsh, November 11, 2010 – 14:48 IST
After several years of co-productions and joint investment, the two most prominent global film industries have come together for the signing of an historic declaration between the city of Los Angeles and the Indian film industry at Paramount Pictures in Hollywood, CA.
As part of the declaration, the city of Los Angeles and the Indian film industry, represented by the Film and Television Producers Guild of India and the Film Federation of India, agree to develop and strengthen motion picture production, distribution, technology, content protection and commercial cooperation between the two filmmaking communities. The two parties also support the creation of the Los Angeles-India Film Council to increase Indian film production in Los Angeles.
Speaking at the event, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said: “This declaration reinforces our city’s commitment to attracting international production. In the past year, we have already seen Hindi movies such as My Name is Khan and Kites filmed in Los Angeles, and we enthusiastically welcome further Indian production in Los Angeles.”
Mayor Villaraigosa was joined by California Film Commissioner Amy Lemisch, Paramount Pictures CEO Brad Grey, Motion Picture Association Asia Pacific President Mike Ellis, and Motion Picture Association India Managing Director Rajiv Dalal, along with Indian Producers Bobby Bedi, L. Suresh, and representatives from Reliance BIG Entertainment and UTV Motion Pictures.
Rajiv Dalal, India Managing Director of the Motion Picture Association, commented, “More than 2.4 million people in America and 1.8 million people in India work in the motion picture and television industry. We look forward to continued commercial cooperation with the U.S. film industry on joint investment and co-productions, which will only increase economic development and job growth in both nations.”
Mike Ellis remarked, “Both India and America have a shared love for film, and both are known for their prominent film industries. Over the past several years, collaboration with the Indian film industry has become increasingly prominent. Numerous co-productions and joint investment in both film and television demonstrate a shared commitment to expand commercially and culturally.”
Paramount Pictures Chairman and CEO Brad Grey said, “Paramount is honored to host these important discussions, which usher in a new era of strategic partnership. We hope this groundbreaking collaboration will yield more co-productions and alliances, greater films and a stronger global film industry.”
The Indian delegation was led by eminent Hindi producer Bobby Bedi and Tamil producer and Film Federation of India President L. Suresh, along with other representatives from the major Indian production houses of Reliance BIG Entertainment and UTV Motion Pictures. The delegation came to Los Angeles for a two day summit with the Hollywood studios, California officials, and other film related companies to discuss economic development and collaboration.
Representing the Indian delegation, Producer Bobby Bedi noted, “Hollywood and Bollywood are two industries that are economically robust and represent significant economic and cultural interests of their respective countries. India has always held a fascination for Hollywood, and this agreement pulls us closer together with the aim of sharing ideas and best practices on domestic and international film production. We look forward to working with the City of Los Angeles to increase Indian production here.” Producer Suresh Laxmanan asserted, “In addition to the Hindi film industry, the southern and regional Indian film industries also welcome the opportunity to work hand and hand with Hollywood. Already we have seen significant collaboration in technology between Hollywood and South India, and we will soon see collaborations in production.”
Past big budget Indian productions filmed in Los Angeles include: Kites (2010), My Name is Khan (2010), Kambakkht Ishq (2009), Kaante (2002), and Pardes (1997).
This is the second major step towards economic development and cooperation between Hollywood and the Indian film industry this year. In March, the two industries came together in Mumbai to launch the Alliance Against Copyright Theft, a Bollywood-Hollywood content protection coalition in India.
Other joint ventures and co-productions between individual Hollywood studios and Indian production houses over the past several years include My Name is Khan (2010), Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge (2010), Lahore (2010), Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hain (2010), Khichdi (2010), We Are Family (2010), Do Dooni Chaar (2010), Chandni Chowk to China (2009), Quick Gun Murugan (2009), Raaz the Mystery Continues (2009), Roadside Romeo (2008), Saas Bahu Aur Sensex (2008), Saawariya (2007) . Several, such as Zokkomon and Dum Maro Dum, are also slated for 2011. Indian investment in Hollywood has been steadily increasing, most notably with Indian entertainment conglomerate Reliance’s production and distribution deal with Dreamworks SKG.
By Bollywood Hungama News Network, November 3, 2010 – 11:47 IST
For NGE, Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment, its been surviving and scoring in that era of entertainment when the corporates, with their multi-million dollar fund raising & over-committing capacity, almost wiped out most of the individual production houses.
It’s been sheerly on the strength of the versatility and vision of its spearhead Sajid Nadiadwala that has made NGE a force to reckon with, despite the corporate onslaught.
With two successful multistarrer movies, Housefull and Anjaana Anjaani already having released this year, all eyes are now fixed on 2011-2012.
The New Year will trigger off with two new shots in the arm of his organization – the Saif Ali Khan starrer directed by Siddharth Anand based on Chetan Bhagat’s book ’2 States’, which starts shooting in January 2011 and the Shahid Kapoor starrer Heer And Ranjha directed by Sabbir Khan.
Both Saif & Shahid will be working with NGE for the first time. Also, this will be the first time that NGE will be filming two of its projects simultaneously and gearing both the films for 2011 release.
In the 2nd half of 2011, NGE will commence the sequel to its blockbuster Housefull, this time with one of its favourite superstars, Akshay Kumar.
Around the same time, Salman Khan, who has literally nurtured his friend Sajid Nadiadwala’s foundation for years with super-hits like Judwaa, Jeet, Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega and Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, will kick-start Kick, to be directed by Shirish Kunder.
Imtiaz Ali’s film for Sajid Nadiadwala, which will reportedly feature Hrithik Roshan will start towards the end of 2011, hereby completing the year’s hectic shooting slate, perhaps the best in the business.
On the business front, it was but natural, that after a successful stint with the mutually money-making, corporate association with Eros in Heyy Babyy, Kambakkht Ishq, Housefull and Anjaana Anjaani, NGE was flooded with multiple corporate offers to associate & partner its envious array of plum projects with them.
However, it is heard that even more tempting offers to off-load equity in order to be part of the action, have not been able to entice a determined Sajid Nadiadwala, who, this time is convinced to steer NGE independently, to its next level.
Plans for 2012 too are in full swing, to lock in scripts with two top heroes who have shown their keenness to work with the banner once again, after having had a great interaction for the first time.
By Subhash K. Jha, October 15, 2010 – 11:42 IST
Producer Sajid Nadiadwala’s Anjaani Anjaani is not as big a success as Arbaaz Khan’s Dabangg. And yet after Arbaaz’s office a few days ago, it was Sajid Nadiadwala’s office on Yari Road which was raided by income tax officials on Thursday afternoon at around 3 pm.
A large number of IT officials swooped down on Nadiadwala’s office to check his accounts and records.
The producer whose last three films have been the flop Kambakkht Ishq, the super hit Housefull and the moderately successful Anjaana Anjaani sounded quite relaxed.
“It’s just a routine inspection. The IT people are here in my office checking my records. I am with them. I guess getting a visit from income-tax officials is one way of knowing how much a filmmaker matters,” joked Sajid, showing no outward signs of stress.
By Joginder Tuteja, October 12, 2010 – 11:38 IST
Pick up any of the films where Akshay Kumar has worked with Vipul Shah and it is crystal clear that each of these films has been different. Whether it was Aankhen [a blind robber], Waqt [a wayward rich son], Namastey London [a village simpleton with a heart of gold] or Singh Is Kingg [a goofy villager], Akshay has been brought out of his zone on number of occasions and made to do something different film after film.
Now that they return with their fifth outing together, Action Replayy, Akshay and Vipul are all set to bring in something unique yet again. A retro film, Action Replayy would not just see Akshay in two different time zones separated by decades but also in three different looks as well as characterisation.
With audience expecting Akshay to do something different after a series of comic outings in the past, Vipul (expectedly) continues to heap praises on his lead actor who has stood by him ever since he turned filmmaker more than half a decade ago.
“I have always believed that Akshay is a terrific all rounder. All he needs is to be challenged as an actor”, says Vipul who has also worked with Ajay Devgn and Salman Khan [London Dreams] in the interim period, “In Action Replayy, we have gone through a complete transformation for Akshay; something that he has never done before.”
Continuing in the same vein, he adds, “In our last outing together (Singh Is Kinng), he got an identity of being a Punjabi boy. Now people will love him for his retro look. No one would have expected something like that from him or me, especially so after the films that we have made together. However, the idea was to surprise and this retro avtar is going to surprise quite a few out there.”
Well, people are in for a surprise for sure. With ‘Zor Ka Jhatka‘ presenting Akshay in a never seen before look, the feelers have also started coming in that there are two more looks that the actor carries in the film. One being that of an old man and another who is a little goofy before the entire look transformation takes place.
Despite the light hearted mood that the film promises to carry, Vipul wishes to call Action Replayy as a romantic musical that provides wholesome entertainment to all segments of audience. This would mean that after a series of largely comic outings [Housefull, De Dana Dan, Kambakkht Ishq], Akshay could well be seen in something truly different.
“That was the intent”, Vipul corroborates, “Akshay is a much bigger actor than what we see of him on screen. This is why I strive to do different things with him. In fact I am surprised to a certain extent that people have not really utilised his true potential as an actor. It is so strange that someone who is capable of doing so many things is time and again offered mainly comedies. No, I am not saying that a film should not have humour. But then I also feel that a film should not just be about humour. This is what makes Action Replayy stand apart from the rest.”
While putting all his efforts into his father’s next, Mausam, Shahid Kapoor has decided to sign another film, which will be produced by Sajid Nadiadwala
Though Shahid Kapoor had taken a year off to work with his father Pankaj Kapur on Mausam (probably a smart decision considering the hard task master Pankaj is), he has signed another film.
Shahid has signed Sajid Nadiadwala’s next film, tentatively titled Heer Ranjha, which will be directed by Sabir Khan (who made Kambakkht Ishq). Our source said, “The actor is extremely passionate about his father’s film Mausam. While working on the film, he did not sign another.
He was rejecting every offer that came his way. Initially he didn’t want any distraction. Later, he signed Sabir Khan’s next.
Apparently, Shahid loved the script of the film. The leading lady of the film is yet to be finalised. The film will go on floors in February next year. Shahid will be working with Sajid for the first time.
Sajid has films lined up with many A-listers, like Kick with Salman Khan, Imtiaz Ali’s next with Hrithik Roshan, Housefull sequel with Akshay Kumar, Siddarth Anand’s next with Saif Ali Khan and Anjaana Anjaani, which is ready for release.” Wonder if that prompted Shahid to sign the film; both he and Sajid remained unavailable for comment though.
By Joginder Tuteja, August 20, 2010 – 11:49 IST
Ok, so the music of much hyped Anjaana Anjaani is finally out and it is time to check out what exactly does it have in store. Frankly, the way makers (Sajid Nadiadwala and Siddharth Anand) have chosen to call Anjaana Anjaani a true blue musical of just 2010, the expectations have soared to a great high. Though the year so far has seen some good musical scores, Anjaana Anjaani has pitched itself quite strongly as a film where music is its key strength. Now this by itself is a double edged sword because nothing less than superb is expected when the claims are so high. More so because the film sees Vishal and Shekhar coming together with Siddharth Anand again after Bachna Ae Haseeno (very good), Ta Ra Rum Pam (decent) and Salaam Namaste (good). Also, music in Sajid Nadiadwala’s films (Housefull, Kambakkht Ishq, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, Heyy Babyy) has traditionally gone well as per the genre. No wonder, as a listener, you want to see the music progress to a greater height. Whether it indeed manages to do that? Let’s check it out.
|BY BOLLYWOOD HUNGAMA.COM
It’s a spirited beginning with first of the title songs in the album, ‘Anjaana Anjaani Ki Kahani‘. A club track, it is a peculiar case of a dance number that doesn’t turn out to be an instant hit with a listener in the very first go. However, once heard a couple of times in entirety, this Neelesh Misra song grows and how. Boasting of a mix of Hindi and English lyrics, it has a late 70s/early 80s feel to it. Call it a coincidence and the fact that it is picturised on Ranbir Kapoor; you do tend to draw a parallel with the kind of dance numbers that Rishi Kapoor was seen during his heydays. Sung with a lot of spunk by new entrant Nikhil D’Souza and Monali Thakur (who takes a totally different route from ‘Zara Zara Touch Me’ – Race mood), ‘Anjaana Anjaani Ki Kahani‘ should find itself rising up the popularity chart.
The song which does require just one listening though to qualify as the top of the charts material is ‘Hairat‘. A high on energy, youthful, energetic and foot tapping track, ‘Hairat‘ throws further surprise when you check out the singer behind the great job. It is Lucky Ali who is 50+ in age and still gets the kind of mood rolling which could make many a younger singers feel shy. Why doesn’t he sing more often? A love song about life being beautiful with a great companion around, ‘Hairat‘ (written by Vishal Dadlani) also stands up for its key word that has seldom been used in the world of Bollywood bound to become a definite chartbuster.
After an extended high energy outing comes a song that has Rahat Fateh Ali Khan at the helm of affairs. As has always been the case in album after album, presence of Rahat means that there would be something slow, subdued, subtle and soulful. This is exactly what one gets with ‘Aas Paas Khuda‘ which does require a couple of listening before one settles down to the sound. Written by Vishal Dadlani with Shekhar Ravjiani adding to the chorus, ‘Aas Paas Khuda‘ is about the protagonist being inspired to be positive and trust in the almighty. The treatment in fact has a Western touch to it though Rahat does his own stuff of staying in his ‘sufi’ zone. What works more though is the ‘unplugged version’ because with Rahat around, all you wish to listen to is his voice with nothing else around. In this version, there is Shruti Pathak around though one doesn’t mind that.
It’s back to fun and verve and the boyish charm in the voice makes one check out the credit details. As it turned out in case of ‘Hairat‘, there is surprise yet again as the man behind the mike turns out to be Shekhar Ravjiani. He has to sing more often. Period. A young number which could well have been a Valentine Day special, ‘Tumse Hi Tumse‘ one has a Vishal-Shekhar stamp to it when it comes to simplicity. Written by Amitabh Bhattacharya and Anvita Dutt with Caralisa Monteiro contributing with the English Lyrics and also as a singer for that portion, ‘Tumse Hi Tumse‘ is a modern day romantic track for a lazy coffee outing.
While all fun and frolic is most welcome, one also looks forward to something truly classy that hooks you to the composition and admires its flow. This is something that one gets to hear in ‘Tujhe Bhula Diya‘ which is not sad by any means despite being set for a sad outing. A lounge outing with Shruti Pathak doing a superb job with her folksy kick-start, ‘Tujhe Bhula Diya‘ is a Mohit Chauhan number all the way as he gets the perfect mood for something that otherwise would have gone unnoticed as a ‘dard-e-judaai’ track. However, what makes ‘Tujhe Bhula Diya‘ special is the fact that it is straight from the heart and has lyrics (by Kumaar and Vishal Dadlani) that would remain etched in memory, especially the key words in the title. The sufi touch that has been interspersed in this near five minutes song also has Shekhar Ravjiani chipping in and together, the team ensures that there is yet another winner in Anjaana Anjaani. No wonder, the ‘remix version’ is most welcome as well.
In most albums, there are at an average five songs. However, in Anjaana Anjaani there are seven full length songs with a couple of remixes that truly justifies the musical tag that it has lent to itself. The entertainment continues with sixth song – ‘I Feel Good‘ – and one realises that you are indeed feeling good by the time this song appears. In fact this Vishal Dadlani sung and written number makes one wonder that this song could well have come at the very beginning of the album as well. Normally some of the relatively weaker songs make a late appearance in an album but listening to ‘I Feel Good‘ makes one sure that the team here indeed chose some of the best compositions that they had in hand. With Shilpa Rao giving Vishal some good company here, ‘I Feel Good‘ (which has been set as a Western teenage love song) turns out to be yet another good inclusion in the album.
The thought around ‘weak v/s strong’ songs further gets ignited with the arrival of the second title track in the album – Anjaana Anjaani. Really, this song written by Kausar Munir (with Irshad Kamil contributing with chorus lyrics) could well have been at the very top out there! One always had a question whether the team here could ever manage yet another ‘Khuda Jaane‘ (Bachna Ae Haseeno)? Well, the answer is here in the form of ‘Anjaana Anjaani‘. Credit it to the fact that it is Shilpa Rao holding fort (yet again after ‘Khuda Jaane‘) along with Vishal Dadlani and you know for sure that this one is indeed one complete album. This is the kind of track which has to be nurtured and though one may not sing it day in and night out, it can’t be put off once it is on. Also, the oriental sound that does come intermittently is a nice touch too. Go for it!
Anjaana Anjaani is a fantastic album and it shows in each and every song that makes an appearance here. This one has a classy touch all through with a mix of club tracks (Hairat, Anjaana Anjaani Ki Kahani) and soulful songs (Tujhe Bhula Diya, Anjaana Anjaani) that rock the show in a big way. While Vishal-Shekhar can pride themselves on coming up with something that justifies a certain quality that one expects from their soundtrack, the makers (Sajid, Siddharth) can be rest assured that this is their best work till date. With the kind of hype that has preceded the album, it should find instant attention coming its way. Once played, it is bound to grow from strength to strength and find itself right up at the top.
Hairat, Tujhe Bhula Diya, Anjaana Anjaani Ki Kahani, Anjaana Anjaani [Play Songs]
By Joginder Tuteja, May 15, 2010 – 13:43 IST
Celebrations are continuing for Sajid Nadiadwala. While his Housefull is holding on well at the box office after a terrific opening, he is also readying up plans for his first ever musical Anjaana Anjaani. The film is now all set for 24th September release.
“That’s right, 24th September is the confirmed release date for Anjaana Anjaani. This is the first ever 100% romantic musical film from my banner. I can proudly say that this is the best ever music made for a film of mine”, says Nadiadwala.
Coming from him, this is indeed a tall statement since traditionally; music has stayed on to be one of the highlights of his movies. Right from Jeet till Housefull, his movies have been remembered for their popular appeal. Whether it is Judwaa, Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, Jaan-E-Mann, Heyy Babyy or Kambakkht Ishq – movies coming from the house of Nadiadwala have boasted of at least one chartbuster track.
“Well, it’s going to be an entirely different experience in case of Anjaana Anjaani“, says Nadiadwala who certainly has an eye on mass entertainers, “Vishal-Shekhar, who have composed the music of my film, have touched a new high this time around. There are seven songs in the film and I can comfortably state that they have managed to do something which is on the lines of Aashiqui. Music created by Nadeem-Sharavan for that film is considered cult today. I am sure Anjaana Anjaani too will find similar space for itself in years to come.”
Association of Vishal-Shekhar and Siddharth goes back a long way. After creating music for Siddharth’s debut film Salaam Namaste, Vishal-Shekhar also collaborated with the young filmmaker for Ta Ra Rum Pum and Bachna Ae Haseeno.
While Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra are the obvious star attraction in Anjaana Anjaani, Nadiadwala continues to be mighty excited with the way music has shaped up for his film.
“For director Siddharth Anand as well as me, Anjaana Anjaani has been en entirely new experience. For some movies, the highlight factor is action or comedy; in case of Anjaana Anjaani it is music. Vishal and Shekhar have given their best ever score till date”, says Nadiadwala.
Other than being conscious about the way music has shaped up for his film, Nadiadwala also ensured that the best of the best was roped in for Anjaana Anjaani when it came to technical front. The film’s DOP is Ravi Chandran, Sharmishtha Roy has handled art direction while Nakul Kamte is the sound designer.
“We have roped in number of top technicians, most of whom are National Award winners”, says Nadiadwala proudly, ” Anjaana Anjaani was meant to be a quality fare and I am glad that it has lived up to my vision on how a romantic musical should be.”
Well, going by the confidence that Nadiadwala has in his film, one looks forward to see how the film has indeed shaped up. Come 24th September and we would know.
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Akshay Kumar has his biggest opening ever in the form of Housefull. The early estimates also suggest the second biggest first day in the history of Hindi cinema. Based on very early estimates the first day business of Housefull is around the 10 crore nett region. This easily smashes the 7.25 crore nett for Singh is Kinng and 7.50 crore nett for Kambakkht Ishq which were the biggest first day openers of Akshay Kumar.
Housefull is looking to settle behind the record 13 crore nett of Three Idiots as the second biggest first day in the history of Hindi cinema but it has to be noted that the Three Idiots record was achieved on Christmas Day holiday which is regarded as the biggest day of the year for box office collections in India today. This makes Housefull the biggest non holiday opening day in the history of Hindi cinema.
By Subhash K. Jha, April 29, 2010 – 12:20 IST
In what could be seen as a radical departure from the norm, producer Sajid Nadiadwala has decided to do away with any press screening of his new summer biggie Housefull which releases tomorrow.
His logic for this somewhat historic move is simple. Why allow adverse comments to go out when the film is about to be released?
Admitting he has aborted press screenings for Housefull, Nadiadwala says, “When my last film Kambakkht Ishq was released, the reviews were up on a day before, on Thursday. None of them did my film any good. Now we have Twitter where comments are spread faster than viruses on the computer. It may sound arrogant but I’m not holding press shows because my film can’t afford the criticism.”
But why is Nadiadwala so sure the press won’t like the film?
Says the producer, “My film has a monkey slapping Akshay Kumar, a dog, a tiger and sleepwalking father who suddenly comes awake to sing, ‘Papa Jag Jayega‘. It isn’t the most logical of films. It’s for the masses. So let the critics watch it with the masses on Friday.”
However, Nadiadwala has been gracious enough to call up every critic in Mumbai personally to explain his position. “I hope they understand. They’re all my friends. In fact I have made the stars of my next film Anjaana Anjaani sign a NDA (non disclosure agreement) to keep information away from Twitter. If critics are willing to do the same I’d be happy to show them my film in advance. But the habit of tweeting and posting comments on new films on Facebook has to stop. It’s very damaging.”
Adds Housefull director Sajid Khan, “I have no clue why the press screening is not on. I’m not the producer, merely the director.”
A LOOK AT DISASTROUS BOLLYWOOD SCENARIO DURING IPL!
Our filmmakers are of the opinion that releasing their biggie while the IPL is going on is akin to suicide! Therefore, during the entire month of March and April, there was not a single big flick that released. I personally feel such an assumption is totally wrong and I can provide instances. 2 years back, during IPL Season 1, Emraan Hashmi’s Jannat went on to become one of the biggest hits of that year, 2008. Second classic instance-2 weeks back, my brother had gone to catch the Marathi flick Lalbaug Parel (Marathi version of City Of Gold) afternoon show. The timing of the show clashed with the Mumbai Indians match on that day. And guess what, the show was completely sold out in advance! Thus, films might suffer a bit during IPL seasons but concluding that people just don’t throng to theatres during the matches is completely wrong!
Since big projects were pushed after IPL, small and medium budget filmmakers felt it was a great time to release their small films. However, this resulted in 4/5/6 films getting released each week. 90% of them were released with negligible promotion and zero hype. As a result, these films flopped miserably; most of them found it difficult to find audiences 4th day onwards. It was evident in the first 2 weeks after IPL commenced that 5-6 releases each week is suicidal. Yet, producers went ahead releasing their films with other flicks. And last Friday to hadd ho gayi! As many as 8 Hindi films hit the theatres! There films were City Of Gold, Apartment, Bird Idol, Muskurake Dekh Zara, Kuchh Kariye, Sapno Ke Desh Mein, Mumbai 118 and Crime Partner! As far as I know, something stupid like this has never happened before! And all these films were badly promoted. City Of Gold was the only flick that got decent response but even though it flopped due to zero curiosity. Rest also fell like a pack of cards.
In all, 36 Hindi films released during the IPL Season! And shockingly only 2 films succeeded-‘Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge?’ and Love Sex Aur Dhokha! One of the reasons why both these flicks worked was because of their smart promotion strategy. Thus, time and again, it is proved that promotion is necessary and often indispensible for film’s success! But who will explain this to our filmwallahs?
WILL HOUSEFULL BRING BACK ‘HOUSE FULL’ BOARDS?
With Housefull’s release tomorrow, the season of biggies will commence! From tomorrow till August first week, get ready to watch some of the year’s exciting and interesting films! Coming back to Housefull, the film has been wonderfully promoted and has aroused hype. The star cast is excellent and the presence of Arjun Rampal in such a comic flick (a rarity!) is like an icing on the cake! Songs have been very well received. Director Sajid Khan is fully confident about the film and feels that it would definitely be one of the biggest hits of 2010! This could be a publicity gimmick though! Also what goes against the film is the fact that last time when Akshay Kumar and Sajid Nadiadwala teamed up for Kambaakht Ishq, it led to disaster! Also, barring De Dana Dan, the recent comedies of Akshay Kumar hasn’t impressed the audiences much. Hence, even though Housefull is a biggie after a long long time, the excitement isn’t skyhigh. Let’s just hope for the best!
WOULD YOU LIKE TO WATCH HOUSEFULL? WHAT ARE YOUR EXPECTATIONS? DO LET ME KNOW!