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By Taran Adarsh, April 12, 2011 – 08:29 IST
Vashu Bhagnani has tasted success after a really long break. The success of F.A.L.T.U. is special because it stars his laadla beta Jackky in central role. So what is Vashu Bhagnani planning next? Will film-making gain precedence over his flourishing realty business? Well, the prolific producer is planning to make sequels of three of his films – BADE MIYAN CHOTE MIYAN [which starred Amitabh Bachchan, Govinda], HERO NO. 1 [Govinda] and of course, F.A.L.T.U.
“Almost everyone is making sequels. It’s a healthy trend that has caught the fancy of the Hindi film industry,” Vashu tells me, “I bounced the idea of starting BADE MIYAN CHOTE MIYAN – II and HERO NO . 1 – II to David Dhawan [David had directed these two films] and he jumped at it. These two films have tremendous recall value and are extremely popular with cinegoers to this day. The sequel to F.A.L.T.U. is also on the cards.” Will the stars of BADE MIYAN CHOTE MIYAN [Amitabh Bachchan, Govinda] and HERO NO. 1 [Govinda] feature in the sequel as well? “The star cast will be different,” he divulges.
Besides making three sequels, Vashu has plans of remaking his REHNAA HAI TERRE DIL MEIN, which starred Madhavan, Saif Ali Khan and Dia Mirza in the lead. The melodious tunes of this film [music: Harris Jayaraj] are heard even after a decade of its release. “It’ a fantastic film that I am keen to remake. In fact, I wish to record fresh songs for this one. Only ‘Zara Zara’ More >
By Vinay Radhakrishnan, December 31, 2010 – 13:24 IST
An ardent Katrina Kaif fan, Vinay Radhakrishnan writes an open letter to his favourite actress.
I love watching you on screen. I love the fact that you hold a definite grace even as you don that Barbie look perfectly well on you.
I fell in love with you in Namastey London (a film that made many agree that you had arrived as an actor). I was happy to see you get into a comic zone with Partner. Race was pulsating and ‘Zara Zara‘ still plays in my iPod. New York made me strongly believe that Namastey London was not a flash in the pan. I didn’t mind your two scene act in De Dana Dan because I was more than happy with Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani and knew that you would strike big with Raajneeti. And then when Tees Maar Khan came closer to release, I knew that ‘Sheila’ would be worth the price of the ticket, something which did happen eventually.
But, and it is a big BUT for that matter, I was surprised that your act started and ended with ‘Sheila’. Of course there was that cute ‘You Dirty Dog’ but when the boys in the house, Akshay (Kumar) and Akshaye (Khanna) were having all the fun, didn’t you feel left out?
A few questions for you that may not entice a response but I do expect them to be read at the least:
1. Really, how did the conversation go like when the film was narrated to you? Was ‘Sheila’ (and only ‘Sheila’) handed over to you on a platter and told that this would be the start and end of it? Was More >