In his four-decade career, Mahesh Bhatt has never shied away from showing the elements of his real life in films like ‘Woh Lamhe’. The veteran filmmaker says there is "nothing personal about any human being".
Veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, who calls himself a facilitator of the cultural dialogue between India and Pakistan, says Bollywood is responsible for reviving the interest in cinema in the neighbouring country, where a play based on his 1989 film "Daddy" was recently staged.
B-Town's famous serial kisser, Emraan Hashmi is ready to entice the audiences with his yet another Bhatt camp venture titled 'Mr X'. This 3D sci-fi project stars Amyra Dastur in the lead opposite Emraan.
New Delhi, Mar 23 (PTI) Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt has thanked the Pakistan government for giving clearance to visa issued to all Indian groups set to travel to Karachi for the International Theatre Festival.
Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt says he is not sure if he will go ahead with the staging of his play "Daddy" at the International Theatre Festival in Pakistan after an Indian production was denied visa to attend the event.
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.