Close on the heels of the stupendous success of Sridevi's comeback film 'English Vinglish' in Japan where the film garnered box office collections of a whopping $ 1.4 million plus, Eros International is all set to release the blockbuster in Romania this month on the 24th of October across 15 screens approx.
Bollywood's iconic beauty Sridevi, is miffed with filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma. Reason - RGV has renamed his then named Telugu movie `Savitri` to Sridevi. Following this, she has sent a legal notice to the director for using her name without her permission.
'English Vinglish', a simple tale of an Indian housewife who resolves to learn English to find acceptance in society, has found resonance in different parts of the world. After releasing in places like Germany and Japan, the film will now open in Romania Oct 24.
The glamourous and beautiful Sridevi has turned 51 today. The actress who started her career in Bollywood with `Solwa Sawan` in 1978 has over three decades given innumerable hits and has millions of fans across the country.
Refuting rumours that Sridevi will be seen essaying an important role in yet-untitled Tamil remake of ‘Drishyam’, its director Jeetu Joseph says that the Bollywood actress is "not part of the project".
Filmmaker Vijay, who is amazed by the potential of newcomer Twaraa, says she reminds him of actress Sridevi from her early days. She has played an important role in his forthcoming Tamil directorial "Saivam".
Bollywood seems to be super excited, every time a new film is up for release. This time, the industry insiders are pouring out their love and support for Kabir Sadanand`s `Fugly`, which has hit the theatres today.
Following the exceptional success of English Vinglish in new markets like Hong Kong, Germany, Taiwan and Korea, Eros International Media Ltd, a leading global company in the Indian film entertainment industry, is all set to release the blockbuster in across 33 screens in Japan on June 28, 2014.
Whether it be the Shubho Nobo Borsha for the Bengalis, or a happy Vishu in Kerela, the Bohaag Bihu in Assam, the Puthandu Vazthukal for the Tamils or the boisterous Baisakhi of the Punjabis, this festival ushers in the New Year and is celebrated in various regions with pomp and gaiety.