Mumbai, March 4: Subhash Ghai, whose directorial venture "Kaanchi" is gearing up for release five years after his last directorial venture, is upbeat about the trailer launch of the movie. He says it's an event as big as his film launch used to be years ago.
The trailer will be released at an event here Thursday.
"My excitement building for March 6 when theatre trailer of 'Kaanchi' will be releasing after five years of my last directorial venture," Ghai, who last directed "Yuvvraaj", posted on Twitter Tuesday.
"You will see trailer of 'Kaanchi' on March 6 at Cinemax at 3 p.m. An event itself like I used to release my movies 15 years back. What a change," he added.
Starring Kartik Tiwari and newcomer Mishti in the lead roles, the musical drama is a tale of a girl who dares to fight against corruption. The film will release April 25.
Ghai is known for making movies like "Karz", "Hero", "Karma", "Ram Lakhan", "Saudagar", "Khalnayak", "Pardes" and "Taal".
Maggi time for Aditi Rao Hydari!
Actress Aditi Rao Hydari is caught up in shooting in chilly Shimla for "Guddu Rangeela" and guess what she is missing? A steaming hot serving of Maggi noodles!
"Freezing my >< # off in shimla... First day of 'Guddu Rangeela'. I want hot Maggi! #shivering #fun," Aditi posted on her Twitter page Monday.
Slated for release in 2015, "Guddu Rangeela" also stars Arshad Warsi and Amit Sadh.
'Dhag' girl to clash with 'Dhak dhak' girl
The release of Marathi actress Usha Jadhav's "Dhag" will release alongside Madhuri Dixit-starrer Bollywood film "Gulaab Gang". Usha has been a fan of the dancing diva.
Jadhav, who won a National award for "Dhag", has been a big fan of Madhuri and has grown up watching the actress' performances.
Now, she will be battling with her idol at the box office.
"Dhag" is the story of Krishna, his mother and their seemingly ambitious aspirations for Krishna, against the backdrop of their socio-economic standing. The movie, which is being released by DAR Film Distributors, captures the moments, trials and tribulations of young Krishna along the journey.