Deepika Padukone’s diary is packed and she has left no room for any other projects. When Ashutosh Gowariker approached her for a period film based on Mohenjo-daro, she had to turn down. Actress Deepika Padukone has apparently said no to director Ashutosh Gowarikar's upcoming film. Says a
YEAR : 1997. PRODUCER : Prabhavi Chitra. DIRECTOR : Shrabani Deodhar. CO-ACTORS : Yashwant Dutt, Ajinkya Dev, Sukanya Kulkarni, Yatin Karyekar, Pratiksha Lonkar, Nandu Madhav, Makarand Anaspure, Ashwini Bhave, Ashutosh Gowarikar, Milind Gunaji, Haider Ali, Sharad Vyas, Shrikant Moghe. PLOT : The machinations and underhand dealings in the cesspool of politics is the backdrop of this movie. It revolves around an on-going game of one-upmanship between the state chief minister and his powerful opposition leader. The events relate to current issues so much that they start with the collapse of a cessed building, revealing the politician-builder nexus, as well as the industrialization of a rural area and the conseq- uent displacement of villagers, with a large number of players involved, including the honest, anti-establish- ment cop and nosey reporters. The climax takes place at the chief minister's daughter's wedding, where all these threads are woven into a fine web to trap the erring politicos.
Ashutosh Gowariker’s love epic and blockbuster of 2008 ‘Jodhaa Akhar’ will be screened at the Marrakech International Film Festival on Dec 5. The filmmaker is highly overjoyed for this honor. "I am extremely happy and would really like to thank the Marrakech International Film Festival fo
Bollywood celebrities and politicians attended Vilashrao Deshmukh’s prayer meeting held at his residence today. The former CM of Maharashtra, Vilasrao Deshmukh died on August 14 following kidney and liver failure. Salman Khan took time from his hectic schedule to attend his close fr