Bollywood's favourite serial kisser Emraan Hashmi is set to return to the silver screen after a brief hiatus with Bhatt camps' yet another interesting offing titled 'Mr X'. The makers released its trailer and it indeed stuns you while you watch the very invisible Emraan for the first time.
‘Daddy’, a theatrical production based on Indian filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt's eponymous 1989 movie, will premiere in Pakistan. It will be attended by Mahesh and his daughter Pooja, who had made her acting debut with the film.
Acclaimed Bollywood filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt says his debut novel 'All That Could Have Been', which is based on the screenplay of his forthcoming film 'Hamaari Adhuri Kahaani', is about the new-age woman.
After questioning an FIR against his daughter Alia and not Sonakshi Sinha in the AIB Roast case, filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt today not only agreed with BJP MP and actor Shatrughan Sinha's daughter but also complimented her for her "maturity at this tender age."
The AIB knockout roast controversy is getting murkier by the day. Veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, father of Alia Bhatt, one of the actresses present at the AIB event, has reportedly questioned the alleged preferential treatment given to Sonakshi Sinha, daughter of BJP leader and MP Shatrughan Sinha.
One of the most talented actresses in B-Town, Vidya Balan was missing from the action for quite sometime now. Good news for all her fans! Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt recently took to micro-blogging site Twitter and revealed the first look of the film 'Hamari Adhuri Kahani'.
Mahesh Bhatt, who has written 'Hamari Adhuri Kahani', the upcoming love story from his production house, says the Vidya Balan and Emraan Hashmi-starrer will focus on the life of a traditional Indian woman.
As someone who has directed films like 'Arth' 'Saaransh' and 'Zakhm', Mahesh Bhatt says he was equally comfortable in mentoring the young team behind his upcoming supernatural erotic thriller 'Khamoshiyan'.
Breaking away from his boy-next-door image Ali Fazal will be seen in the role of a brooding lover in his upcoming 'Khamoshiyan' and the actor says he is happy to have accepted the film as he feels it has come to him at the right time.
Protests against films like ‘PK’, ‘Haider’, ‘Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela’ and ‘OMG-Oh My God!’ were because of the "pull of tradition" as there are "many" Indias in "one" India, veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt says, adding the onus is on the government to ensure unrestricted exhibition of movies.