How did Ekta Kapoor's loss turn profit for Vikram Bhatt?
Ekta Kapoor's loss turned to be a huge gain for Vikram Bhatt.
New Delhi: Ekta Kapoor's loss turned to be a huge gain for Vikram Bhatt.
Now, instead of choreographer-turned-director Remo D'Souza's film 'A Flying Jatt,' Bhatt's ' Raaz Reebot' will enjoy promoting itself in theatres with big budget 'Sultan.'
According to the Deccan Chronicles, ' A Flying Jatt's proposition did not get the 50-year-old actor and YRF's approval possibly due producer Ekta and Salman's little fondness for each other.
Earlier, Ekta apparently rubbed Salman the wrong way when her film 'Kyaa Kool Hai Hum' made a joke about the unforgiving bhai.
Meanwhile, Bhatt confirmed the news of the promotion and said, "We are not releasing the trailer with Sultan. It is an 'art of sound' which will come before Sultan starts in the theatres. It is a unique marketing plug from our side for Raaz Reboot."
The 47-year-old filmmaker and the lead actor Emraan Hashmi shared the first poster of Hashmi on Twitter today.
"First of the three #RaazReboot posters The run up to 16th Sept starts today! Let the show begin!! @emraanhashmi," Bhatt wrote alongside.
"Get ready for the #RaazReboot soundtrack tomorrow! Excited?" wrote Emraan.