Noted Indian actor Anupam Kher has shown enthusiasm to act or produce a film in Nepalese language. Kher was speaking at an event organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on the potential of Indian Cinema globally. The actor believes that films will help to strengthen the cultural ties between the two neighbours and will help bring the people closer. Talking about the popularity of Indian cinema abroad, Kher said that Bollywood is moving ahead excellently. Many artists from Nepal including actor Manisha Koirala and singer Udit Narayan have already made success and earned fame in India.
Comparison of Indian cinema with international is common. To discuss the issue, a conclave was held here Wednesday, with actor Anupam Kher calling the comparison unfair and Nawazuddin Siddiqui stressing the need to try out new subjects.
A word of caution for all the Basu Chatterjee fans. This film is not a remake of what people saw in 1982 'Shaukeen'. Director Abhishek Sharma's 'The Shaukeens' happens to be a modern take on the classic 1982 comedy drama.
Bollywood actor and a black belt holder in Karate states in an event that martial arts should be made a compulsory subject in schools. There should be a self defense class to be taught to every students especially girls.
In a bid to gather funds for flood-ravaged Kashmir, several cinema personalities including the likes of Aamir Khan, Anupam Kher and Farhan Akhtar came together for a special musical and dance concert here today.
Ask anyone. It’s the hardest thing to play dead. Satish Shah did it in the cult comedy Kundan Shah’s 'Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron'. Anupam Kher, who plays dead in this week’s release, also played dead in that appalling comedy Rahul Rawail’s 'Buddha Mar Gaya'.