A biopic on the legendary choreographer Saroj Khan is currently in the works, and it will be directed by Bhushan Kumar. She passed away of cardiac arrest on July 3, 2020, at the age of 71. The latest development is that Hansal Mehta will be directing the biopic, which is likely to be on floors in 202. The project will be in episode format, showcasing Khan's journey in the industry.
Having made his acting debut in the web anthology, Modern Love Mumbai, star-chef is all set to start her film career with a debut film. The chef-turned-actor signed his second acting project with Hansal Mehta. The untitled project would also have Bollywood superstar Kareena Kapoor Khan. When asked about his acting career, Brar said, "I’m glad to be getting to do different things." He added he'll always be a chef first.
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Trending on Netflix, Hansal Mehta's "Scoop" marks a powerful comeback of "Love Story 2050" fame Harman Baweja. After being away from the screen for a decade, this is the first long-format show comeback of Baweja. Portraying the role of JCP Shroff, who’s pivotal to the story, Harman shines in his role and won the hearts of critics and audiences. Calling‘Scoop’ a career-defining performance, won the screens.
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"Scam 1992" director Hansal Mehta shared his experience of failing to get "Brahmastra" tickets for night show. Taking to Twitter, Mehta said, "I really enjoyed #Brahmastra. What I enjoyed, even more, is going to a cinema hall for a nearly 60-70% full morning show after failing to get tickets for last night’s shows." He also said, the second part of the movie will be a huge hit, said Mehta
Veteran actor Mithilesh Chaturvedi has passed away on August 3. Filmmaker Hansal Mehta took to Instagram to announce the news. He posted a photo of Chaturvedi, and wrote "RIP Mithileshji". Reportedly, the actor succumbed to cardiac ailments. His son-in-law Ashish, penned an emotional note, and posted on Facebook. Chaturvedi is known for his roles in 'Koi Mil Gaya', 'Gadar Ek Prem Katha', among many others.
Hansal Mehta will soon direct the series "Gandhi", based on Gandhi before India’ and ‘Gandhi-The Years that Changed the World, the writings of notable historian and author, Ramachandra Guha. The official announcement regarding Hansal being on board for the series was made by Applause Entertainment, which is the producer of "Gandhi." This is the second venture of Applause Entertainment and Hansal Mehta, after the successful… read-more
Filmmaker Hansal Mehta and social worker Safeena Husain tied knot on May 25. The couple dating for over 17 years, finally married at Taj Campton Place, in San Francisco, California in presence of close friends and families. Notably, the impromptu wedding ceremony was simple. Mehta took to his Instagram and shared pictures of the wedding with the caption, "So after 17-years two children...we decided to get hitched".
In an Instagram post, Film Director Hansal Mehta announced that shoot of Scam 2003, started on April 28. The Instagram post reads, "And we rolled today. Rock it my friend Tushar Hiranandani, who is directing the Based on the case of Abdul Karim Telgi, Scam 2003, is an adaptation of a book "Reporter Ki Diary" by journalist Sanjay Singh. Earlier, Hansal Mehta released Scam 1992, which received appreciation.… read-more
Tabu and Jimmy Shergill used Instagram to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Gulzar's "Maachis," on October 25. The plot of the film centred around the 1980s Sikh uprising in Punjab. The film starred Jimmy Shergill, Tabu, Chandrachur Singh, Om Puri, and Kulbhushan Kharbanda, and received the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment. Hansal Mehta, who also worked on production, celebrated the film's silver… read-more
Filmmaker Hansal Mehta has demanded to decriminalise marijuana use in India in a tweet on October 14. He backed his claim saying marijuana consumption is already legal in many other nations. “In our country, its consumption is used more for harassment than for narcotics control,'' Mehta Tweeted. Furthermore, he said, ''A movement like the one to abolish sec 377 is necessary to end this continuing travesty.''
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