30 June, 2015

Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho – Hindi Movie Review

It happens only in India

Rating: **

A political satire loosely based on a real event in Rajasthan, in which a high court sentenced a boy to jail for allegedly raping a buffalo.
Debutant Director Vinod Kapri’s film is set somewhere in Haryana instead, and thats the reason that the film has a mix of Hindi and Haryanvi dialogues.
The film opens on a colorful beginning, in a rustic ‘mela’ (village fair) with surprises all around. A pundit claiming to bring a Goddess to life in the form of a young girl sitting on a chair in a static blessing posture. 

The villagers seem to be convinced. Other attractions include, apart from the stand giant wheels, merry-go-round, a sensuous item song “Naach Basanti” and the a beauty competition of buffaloes.

- Read the full review and see more pics at:http://www.filmytown.com/movies/miss-tanakpur-haazir-ho/

29 June, 2015


Mumbai, June 2015: ‘Home Entertainment Services by Sony DADC’, the leading home entertainment content provider in India releases Oscar winning movie WHIPLASH on Blu-ray & DVD. This captivating drama film depicting the relationship between a promising young drummer and his instructor is written and directed by Damien Chazelle. The movie stars J.K. Simmons, Miles Teller along with Paul Reiser and Melissa Benoist. The film is based on Damien Chazelle’s experiences in the Princeton High School Studio Band.

The film features Andrew Neyman (Miles Teller) an ambitious young jazz drummer in pursuit of rising to the top of his elite music conservatory. Terence Fletcher (J.K. Simmons), an instructor known for his terrifying teaching methods, discovers Andrew and transfers the aspiring drummer into the top jazz ensemble, forever changing the young man’s life. But Andrew’s passion to achieve perfection quickly spirals into obsession, as his ruthless teacher pushes him to the brink of his ability and his sanity.

The Blu-ray & DVD include the following special features:
·         An Evening at the Toronto International Film Festival with Miles Teller, J.K. Simmons and Damien Chazelle 
·         Whiplash Original Short Film
·         Theatrical Trailer
·         Timekeepers (Only in Blu-ray)
·          Blu-ray – Rs.1299 /-
·          DVD – Rs.599 /-
The film got critical acclaim and was a box office success as the film grossed $33.1 million against a production budget of $3.3 million. The film won many awards and accolades, it won 3 awards at the 87th Academy Awards.  J. K. Simmons received the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor and the film also took home the award for Best Film Editing & Best Sound Mixing.

Own your copy of this captivating musical journey now!

Mahesh Ramanathan partners with Dr Resul Pookutty in film production venture

Mahesh quits Reliance Entertainment

Mahesh Ramanathan, the 5 time National Award winning producer, first employee and Chief Operating Officer of Reliance Entertainment has quit after an 8 year stint.

Mahesh, a management graduate from IIM-Ahmedabad will partner iconic Oscar Award winning sound designer, Padmashri awardee and National Award winner, Dr Resul Pookutty in starting up a film production & production services venture with a wide blueprint covering International, Hindi & Regional films.

Mahesh produced/co-produced films for Reliance Entertainment that won 5 National awards in the Best Film category including the prestigious Swarna Kamal from the President of India for Malayalam home production “Kutty Srank” (Best Film of 2009).

Mahesh was also instrumental in Reliance Entertainment producing the popular “Singham” franchise in Hindi. The first edition was a remake of Reliance Entertainment’s Tamil co-production “Singam” which Mahesh co-produced with Gnanavelraja.

Mahesh has co-produced, marketed & distributed all  box office smashes in  Relliance Entertainment’s history  like “3 Idiots”,”Bodyguard”,”Don-2”,”Singham Returns” and “Holiday” besides blockbusters “Atharintiki Daredi” and “Manam” in Telugu and “Boss” in Bengali . Speaking about the partnership Dr Resul Pookutty said “Mahesh is one of the most successful executives to emerge from the studio system. 

With an abiding passion for the movie business, his deep insights, reputation, film maker relationships and work ethic are anasset to our partnership. I look forward to an exciting and long lasting association. 

We will announce our plans shortly.”Mahesh Ramanathan added “It’s a singular honour to get to share my destiny with Dr  Resul Pookutty who is a lodestar of our film industry. With inspiration in abundance our partnership will aim to win the respect of audiences & the industry”

National Awards (Best Film) won by Mahesh Ramanathan as producer for Reliance Entertainment

“Kutty Srank” Malayalam Best Film 2009 Shaji Karun
“Paa” Hindi Best Hindi Film 2009 R.Balki
“Well Done Abba” Hindi Best Film on Social Issues 2009 
Shyam Benegal“Abohomaan” Bengali Best Bengali Film 2009 
“Sob Charitro Kalponik” Bengali Best Bengali Film 2008 Rituparno Ghosh

On Top of the World - Arpita Chakraborty

I am on top of the world looking at the response of the title track OF BEZUBAAN ISHQ by audience: Arpita Chakraborty

A song is said to be hit when it touches the heart of people and is loved by all.A good romantic movie is incomplete without a soulful romantic title track and that is what makes the song peoples favourite.

The title track of the movie Bezubaan ishq gets tremendous response from its audience and has succeeded  to reach a large amount of masses. The melodious singer Arpita Chakraborty with Javed Ali's lovely voice and style  has touched the heart of every individual.

The song is a tribute to Love that is suppose to be felt and leave one with unspoken feeling.  This song along with love expresses the beauty of rains giving it a different effect.

“Music is a universal language of mankind. This song Bezubaan Ishq has been really close to my heart as it speaks the language of love with the help feelings and passes on a lovely message. 

It makes me feel just top of the world with the response the song has received and leaves me overwhelmed with a lot of excitement this happens to be my third song in Bollywood after Satyagraha and Ragini MMS2” mentioned Arpita .

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Special Birthday Gift for Ranveer!

Ranveer Singh has been giving his all; including an unusual decision to move out of his family home, to perform the historic part of Peshwa Bajirao in ‘Bajirao Mastani’. While the young star is dedicated to this part, his commitment to the film’s director, Sanjay LeelaBhansali, is also unquestionable & honest. As he has stated many a times, “You don’t work with Mr. Bhansali, you collaborate with him to create something special on set.” 

His filmmaker has reciprocated Ranveer’s sincerity and dedication by giving him a special birthday gift. When Ranveer requested Bhansali to give him a four-day break for his birthday, much in advance, the filmmaker has graciously granted him those days off. 

Ranveer, of course, is very thankful for the quick break from sets. Says a source close to the actor, “he will travel out of the city with his family to ring in his birthday. Before he takes time off though he is working round the clock to ensure that the elaborate shoot of this magnum opus doesn’t suffer”. 

The actor, who shares a relationship of admiration and respect with his acclaimed filmmaker, is working hard so that his holiday won’t impact the film’s schedule. During the course of making this film, Ranveer has dealt with a shoulder injury & has given total concentration for one year on this project alone. Clearly, his birthday break is well earned!

Indian Idol Top 13 Performing in a Concert in Viviana Mall Thane

Indian Idol Top 13 Performing in a Concert in Viviana Mall Thane

Sandeepa plans to start an NGO for street dogs

Not many know that Sandeepa Dhar ​is an animal lover. Recently during rains lots of street dogs have been hiding to save their lives and starved for hours.

Sandeepa found 5 similar puppies at the basement of her building who were all drenched in rain and were shivering of cold. Sandeepa being an animal lover, took all of them to her place, fed them and took care of them. 

Sandeepa say. "I m a pet lover, and when I saw those puppies shivering in my building basement I was heart broken so I took them home. I think it is everyone responsibility to take care of animals especially in monsoon as you never know if those animals are being fed or no, if they are sick or hungry or just scared."

Not many know but Sandeepa is also an animal activist and does a lot of Social service when it comes to rescuing street dogs. 

"My plan is to start an NGO for street dogs, There are lots of dogs on streets who are limping just because when they are sleeping someone ran their car over their legs. I would want to help them but unfortunately there are not many NGO's. Hence I want to start something that can help those poor and needy animals." concludes Sandeepa Dhar.

Rhea Chakraborty spotted at the Audi Event

Bollywood Actress, Rhea Chakraborty spotted at the Audi Event

Durban FilmMart Success Stories 2010-2015

Now in its sixth year, the Durban FilmMart (DFM) has become an integral part of the fast-growing South African film industry. Since its inception in 2010, DFM has helped to facilitate more than 80 African co-production projects, many of which have subsequently been produced as acclaimed films. As the African and South African industry grows, the quality and volume of submitted projects has increased every year, making DFM the leading independent film market on the continent and a major force in the facilitation of successful African films.

As a result of DFM’s success, the Durban International Film Festival now regularly includes works from DFM alumni in its programme. Major fiction projects from the last 6 years that have had their genesis at DFM and were subsequently screened at DIFF include Ayanda (DFM 2013), the opening film at this year’s festival, the acclaimed Boda Boda Thieves (DFM 2011) from Ugandan co-operative Yes! That’s Us films and Imbabazi: The Pardon (DFM 2012), a personal account of the Rwandan genocide. Non-fiction films which have been screened at DIFF and made a major splash around the world include the South African gangster documentary Devil’s Lair (DFM 2012),Unearthed (DFM 2013) which explores the dangers of fracking and The Shore Break (DFM 2012), a vitally important film that chronicles the attempt of an international mining company to mine for titanium in one of the world’s last untouched natural areas.

Fiction Film Success Stories

The Nigerian film Confusion Na Wa  was a DFM project in 2010 and went on to win best film at the 2013 African Movie Awards, as well as other awards around the world. A dark comedy about a group of strangers whose fates become intertwined over the course of 24 hours, Confusion Na Wa was produced by Tom Rowlands-Rees and directed by Kenneth Gyang.

Imbabazi: the Pardon was one of the selected project at DFM in 2011, as a result of whichproducer-director Joel Karekezi attended the Rotterdam Lab in 2012. A very personal story about the genocide that took place in Rwanda, the film screened at DIFF 2014 as well as other festivals around the world, from Chicago to Luxor.

A Shot at the Big Time (DFM 2012) is inspired by the true story of director Janet van Eeden's brother, Jimmy, who took his own life rather than fight in the Apartheid border war.  After receiving its world premiere at DIFF, the film was selected for the Cannes Court Metrage, the short film corner of the official Cannes Festival 2014. The film was later nominated for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay at the Independent Mzansi Short Film Festival. The feature film version of A Shot at the Big Time is currently in production.

Boda Boda Thieves began its life as a pitch at DFM 2011 and has gone on to receive international acclaim. A collaboration between South African producer James Tayler and Kenyan producer Sarah Muhoho, the project was awarded the CineMart Rotterdam Lab award at DFM and went on to win a Highlight Pitch Award at the Berlin Film Festival’s Talent Project Market.  The Boda Boda Thieves tells the tale of a poverty-stricken family from Kampala, Uganda, who support themselves by driving a motorcycle taxi or ‘boda-boda’. Both producers and the film’s director Donald Mugisha are passionate about creating and developing content for African cinema, which they believe expresses a “proud identity of humanity, heritage and culture”.

Ayanda, which was selected as a project for DFM in 2013, will be opening the 36th edition of the Durban International Film Festival. Directed by Sara Blecher and produced by Terry Pheto, the film tells the story of a 21-year-old woman who fights to save her late father’s motor repair shop when it is threatened with closure. Ayanda received its world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival in June this year where it was awarded a special mention in the world fiction category.

AYANDA Director - Sara Blecher 

Documentary Success Stories
South African director Mayenzeke Baza's short documentary film Ndiyindoda (I Am a Man)tackles male circumcision, highlighting the dilemma it poses for South Africa as the country forges a position for itself in the modern world and attempts to reconcile its strongest traditions with newly enshrined democratic rights. Produced by Andy Jones, the project won Most Promising Documentary at DFM 2011, enabling Baza and Roughton to attend the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) later that year. The film premiered at the Encounters documentary festival and went on to be nominated for two South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTA) in 2014. The film also screened on the international news channel Al Jazeera and has helped to established Baza as a significant force in the South African film industry.

Devils Lair chronicles the life of a convicted murderer and gang leader named Braam as he comes to terms with a lifetime of dubious choices. Producer Neil Brandt and director Riaan Hendricks won Most Promising Documentary Project at DFM 2012 – which came with the opportunity to participate at IDFA Summer School and to pitch at the IDFA Forum The film went on to premiere at Hot Docs and became one of the highlights of DIFF 2013. It received three nominations at the SAFTAs in 2014, going on to win Best Feature and Best Editor, as well as numerous other awards at festivals around the world.

Unearthed, directed by Jolynn Minnaar and produced by Dylan Voogt, Stacey Keppler and Saskia Schiel, explores the effects of fracking in the United States in anticipation of proposed shale gas extraction in the Karoo and elsewhere in Southern Africa. Selected as a project for DFM 2013 and winning the WorldView Development Grant, the film screened to enthusiastic audiences at DIFF in 2014 and won the Green Award at the Sheffield International Documentary Festival the same year.

The Shore Break was selected as a DFM project in 2012 and premiered at IDFA in 2014. A powerful documentary whose narrative is every bit as engaging as a fiction thriller, the film will screen at DIFF this year and has already screened at the Encounters documentary film festival. It was the only South African documentary in Competition at IDFA 2014 and the only South African feature length documentary selected for Hot Docs 2015 in Toronto. The film won Best Feature Length Documentary at the 2015 Festival International du Film d'Environnement (FIFE) in Paris and the Backsberg Audience Choice Award at Encounters South African International Documentary Festival in June this year.

The Dreams of Shahrazad (DFM 2010) directed by Francois Verster and produced by Neil Brandt, Shameela Seedat and Wael Omar, explores the relationship between art and revolution through the famous story collection The 1001 Nights. The film received development and production support from DFM as well as the Sundance Institute, the IDFA Bertha Fund, the NFVF, the Hakkaya Network, the Dutch Film Fund and Spier Films, who also act as the films sales agent. The film premiered at the prestigious Masters Section of IDFA, and has gone on to receive critical acclaim and broadcast sales worldwide.

Other major successes that have emerged from DFM include the fiction-documentary hybrid Black President (DFM 2011), produced by Anna Teeman and directed by Mpumi Mcata (and also screening at DIFF this year), as well as the remarkable I, Afrikaner (DFM 2011), produced by Lauren Groenewald and directed by Annalet Steenkamp, which won Best South African documentary at DIFF in 2014. Khalo Matabane’s Mandela: The Myth and Me was selected as a DFM project in 2012 and won Special Jury at International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam IDFA. Like Rehad Desai’s Miners Shot Down (DFM 2013), it has been widely recognised as one of South Africa’s most important documentary films and has gone on to have an extremely rich life at festivals around the world.

Success Stories Still in the Making

Black Sunshine tells the story of a 12-year-old albino girl named Coco and her mother Rosemary who longs to escape her frustrating African reality which is dominated by issues of skin colour. Selected for DFM 2013, the project won Arte France’s Arte International Award and received the Tribeca All Access grant. Produced by Obibini Pictures and directed by Akosua Adoma Owusu, the project was also selected for the 2012 edition of Locarno Film Festival’s Open Doors co-production market.

Solidarité , which has been renamed I am not a Witch, is a tragi-comedy about a Zambian child prodigy from first-time director Rungano Nyoni. Solidarité  was selected as project for DFM 2013 where Nyoni won the IFP Prize giving her the opportunity to present the project at IFP in New York. The same year Nyoni was also selected for the Cannes Film Festival’s Cinéfondation Résidence.The project was awarded development funding from the Hubert Bals Fund and also participated in the Locarno Open Doors co-production market, winning the Arte Prize and Vision Sud Est Prize. I am not a Witch is about to go into financing stage of pre-production.

Sea Monster from the now globally successful Triggerfish Studios tells the story of an obsessive-compulsive science geek who discovers a primordial sea monster off the coast of South Africa. Like its predecessor Khumba, which achieved sales in a large number of territories,Sea Monster is aimed at a global audience, taking on Dreamworks and Pixar at their own game. Directed by Anthony Silverston and produced by Stuart Forrest, Sea Monster is still in development.

Flatland from producer David Horler and director Jenna Cato Bass was selected for DFM 2012 where it scooped three awards: the WorldView prize for the most promising feature project, the IFFR prize and the European Audio Visual Entrepreneurs (EAVE) prize. Set in the Karoo, Flatlandis a South African feminist western which tells the tale of three women who face mental and physical hardships as they search for a fabled apartheid-era nuclear bomb. The film has since secured production support from the World Cinema Fund and has also secured a German co-producing partner, In Good Company, under producer Roshanak Behesht Nedjad. Flatland has secured intention for world sales from The Match Factory and production will begin in Winter 2016.

The 6th Durban FilmMart takes place in Durban, at the Tsogo Sun Elangeni from 17 to 20 July 2015, during the 36th edition of the Durban International Film Festival (16-26 July 2015).
For more information on the Durban FilmMart and to register as a delegate visitwww.durbanfilmmart.com

Sidharth Malhotra has the maximum followers on twitter among the younger lot of actors

Sidharth Malhotra crosses the 2 million mark on twitter.

Among the younger lot of actors he is the only one to cross this mark leaving behind Ranveer Singh,Varun Dhawan, Arjun Kapoor, Sushant Singh Raput, etc.

Sidharth has a huge fan following and even thought he is not as active on the platform as his peers, he has more followers.

Sidharth usually uses the platform to share his work with his fans. His tweets get massive retweets.

Infact the versatile actor actively reads and takes feedback from his fans via this platform. He actively reads their comment.

Sidharth truly values the feedback and support from his fans.

Sidharth tweeted, “Just saw the 2M sign, feels better reading it here than the back J family grows bigger, thank u all for the love, keep it coming.”

Kamal Haasan, Gouthami to be seen on screen again in Papanasam

Kamal Haasan is coming in a film with actress Gouthami after a long gap in his upcoming film Papanasam

The two were last were seen together on screen almost two decades ago.

Kamal and Gauthami play husband and wife in Papanasam and their on screen chemistry takes you back in time.

Papanasam is a remake of the Malayalam blockbuster Drishyam. It talks about a father-daughter relationship.

Papanasam  is releasing on 3rd July.

Anna Kendrick found it confusing watch Elizabeth Banks direct

The ‘Pitch Perfect 2′actress was initially upset that director Jason Moore didn’t return for the sequel

Anna Kendrick and the rest of the Barden Bellas are back for another musical ride in ‘Pitch Perfect 2′. 

However, one person who didn’t return for the sequel is director Jason Moore with actor Elizabeth Banks deciding to take over the reigns and make her directorial debut with the sequel ‘Pitch Perfect 2′. 

Banks, who not only acted in but also produced the 2012 sleeper hit ‘Pitch Perfect’ left the lead actress, Academy award nominee Anna Kendrick quite perplexed.

- See more at: http://www.filmytown.com/anna-kendrick-found-confusing-watch-elizabeth-banks-direct/#sthash.OJwT9iad.dpuf

‘Pitch Perfect 2′ releases in Indian theaters on July 03, 2015

I enjoy all the characters I play as Kuns or Tansen or Naarad - Vijay Badllani

Is Vijay Badllani being type cast in Costume dramas in TV?

 Movie and TV actor Vijay G Badllani is a busy man. He can be seen in 3 TV serials being broadcasted on various channels. On Zee TV he is seen in 'Jodha Akbar' as Tansen, on Big Magic channel he is seen in serial 'Bal Gopal Kare Dhamaal' as a Kuns, and in Sony Sab he is seen in serial 'Yam Hain Hum' as a Naarad. All the three are costume dramas.

It begins to appear that Badllani is being now type casted for costume dramas. He plays Naarad Muni, Tansen and Kuns in these serials.

"I don't think I am being type cast. I appear as common man in two serials except Jodha Akbar. So it is not typecasting at all. I am enjoying my characters and that is what means most to me. People are also enjoying the work I put in. Typecasting does not hurt actor’s image. Negative and positive roles can make a difference in actors work. ," says Vijay Badllani.

28 June, 2015

A Soul Touching Beautiful Sufi Ghazal Laagi Teri lagan by Legendary Salma Agha In Dunno Y..

Who can forget the nostalgic haunting voice of classic songs like Dilkearmaan and Fizabhihai… Yes, Salma Agha is back! And what a comeback! Her comeback Sufi Ghazal,Laagi Teri Lagan, from the first Indian Norwegian collaboration film Dunno Y2 Life Is A Moment is a beautiful, soul touching, romantic number. Even after singing after two decades, her voice still has that same magical, haunting aura which connects to your heart instantly. Above that, the breathtakingly visuals of Norway and the brilliant performances of the actors Kapil Sharma &YuvraajParashar and the beauty of Pakistani actress Sadia Khan makes the song a Masterpiece, which will be remembered for years to come!
Interestingly, the film also has an epic melodious track Jeena Kya Hai by LataMangeshkar, who rarely sings nowadays and a foot tapping catchy Bhojpuri number ChatniChatniby BappiLahiri. Nikhil Kamath has composed the Indian music. Its posters are also very creative as they went viral on social media with 10 million hits!
It is sequel of 11 international award winner Dunno Y Na JaaneKyun. The sequel is directed by Norwegian director TonjeGjevjon and Indian director Sanjay Sharma. It’sco-produced by ShaukyGulamni and produced by YuvraajParashar and Edith Roth Gjevjon. The film has international crew and also stars ZeenatAman, Pakistani actress Meera and Norwegian actors. The film was screened at Oslo with a fantastic response. With such a lovely music score, and interesting subject, can’t wait for the Indian release!


Sai Anand & Shakti Anand launched their Entertainment company at Shaman Mercedes -Benz certified on completion of 6 month in Malad

The evening witnessed crème-de-la-crème crowd comprising of Rajeev Paul, Rakesh Paul, Barkha Bisht Sengupta , Jassi Kaur, Bakhtiyaar  and Tanaz ,Umesh Pherwani, Shweta Khanduri, Aneel Murarka , Sandip soparrkar ,Suhasuni Muley - she won the most stylish personality for the evening , Sumit Sachdev he won the karaoke star of the evening ,Shrabani deodhar ,Raina Agni who also sang in the evening ,Ramji Gulati , Avesh Dadlani , Actor Gautam Arora, Smitha Gondar etc ,attended a Monsoon Karaoke evening hosted by the Telly Stars Shakti Anand & Sai Deodhar AnandEscape to a relaxing wine & cheese retreat

Monsoons always brings smile to one's face and our television celebrities are no exception to it.  Hence, telly stars Shakti Anand & Sai Deodhar Anand hosted a Monsoon Karaoke evening for their friends and families. A racy, wine & cheese culinary journey to unravel the treasures of the orient. So get set for the gastronomic voyage and experience the best feast for the monsoon blending it with a musical karaoke evening.

Setting the tone for the rest of the evening, the guests grooved to the tunes of Singer Vandana Vadhera. The name Vandana Vadehra is synonymous with sensual husky baritone vocals, ranging from a mellow soft key to a high pitched falsetto, traversing a plethora of musical range, emotions, modulations’ and situations, packaged in this exclusive singer.

Shakti Anand & Sai Deodhar Anand kept a surprise element for the guests in order to capture the essence of the evening Sumit Dachdev was awarded Karaoke star of the evening;was awarded  Fashionista of the evening Suhasini Muleywere awarded and racist personality of the evening was Barkha bisht.

The guests were engaged in an impromptu gig to take the mood of the evening a notch higher. The stars were made to walk down the memory lane when asked questions about the season of rains and their favorite rides.
Hosts of the evening, Shakti Anand & Sai Deodhar Anand say “The evening is more of a weekend get away to welcome the monsoon. Karaoke is a the new rage in the party circuits, so karaoke is the highlight of the evening. We are extremely happy to have our friends from the television to be a part of this monsoon weekend retreat

The Monsoon Karaoke evening hosted by Shakti Anand & Sai Deodhar Anand took the guests away from the hustle & Bustle of the city

Sundeep Kochar Ubiquitous on TV and Radio

Celebrity astrologer Sundeep Kochar completes 3 years in Dubai Radio

Celebrity astrologer Sundeep Kochar, who has completed 2700 episodes on Zee news program Kismat Ke Sitare, has reached another high point in his career by completing 3 years on Dubai's 105.6 FM program as Astro Guru. In past few years, Kochar has been working on Astro based TV and Radio shows in and outside India.Other than Dubai, he has appeared in programs in Singapore, Hong Kong, New York, San francisco, Toronto, Vancouver, Colombo, etc. 
                                                "When possible, I try to guide people by using Astrology. The Dubai Radio program is a good experience. People ask various types of questions and it is fun to reply them but with lots of responsibility. Dubai is a unique city in the world."says Sundeep Kochar.He is debuting in a Marathi Movie, an Astrology thriller and is being produced by Ramesh Talware and director is Surendra Varma, Titled ' Bhavishyanchi Aishi Taishi'. 

Bajrangi Bhaijaan girl (Harshaali Malhotra) to be kept under wraps

Harshaali Malhotra, who plays the six- year- old , mute Pakistani kid who loses her way at the Indo- Pak border, grabbed eyeballs in the teaser of Bajrangi Bhaijaan.

Harshaali's performance has been loved by all, though she will not be a part of the film’s promotional campaign.

Harshaali’s absence is a marketing strategy to keep the curiosity around her character alive .

Harshaali’s role is central to the film’s story and so, it was decided by both Salman Khan and director Kabir Khan that they will not reveal too many details about her.

In fact, she has been asked not to interact with any media and she will also not take part in any promotional events.

She will be allowed to speak to the media once the film releases.

In order to maintain the secrecy around her character, her parents have also signed a contract with the production company.

Harshaali shot for her portion in the film during her school vacations, so her studies have not been affected.