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‘Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna’ a special film: Karan Johar

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Mumbai, Aug 11 (IANS) As “Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna” clocked 13 years of its release on Sunday, filmmaker Karan Johar says it is a special film with a special cast.

A tweet from the official account from Dharma Productions read: “The kind of love that you just can’t say ‘Alvida’ to celebrating. 13 years of ‘Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna’.”

To which, Karan tweeted: “A special film… A special cast… So many memories.””Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna” released in August 2006. It stars Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Rani Mukerji, Abhishek Bachchan, Preity Zinta and Kirron Kher.

Set mostly in New York City, “Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna” explored themes of adultery. It was promoted with the tag-line “A Love…. That Broke All Relationships”. The film was screened at the Tokyo International Film Festival.

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Jacqueline Fernandes ‘super excited’ to work with Asim Riaz in music video

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Mumbai, Feb 27 (IANS) Bollywood star Jacqueline Fernandes says is “super excited” to work with “Bigg Boss 13” runner-up Asim Riaz in a music video.

“The song is very relevant and modern and will be extremely fun. I loved just the idea of it, too. The tale we’re telling through this music video is magical. The concept of song and the music video were too enticing, for me to pass it up. The choreography and the steps are traditional and desi but has a modern touch too which overall fits beautifully in this story of eternal love. The team and I have been prepping and rehearsing to get every nuance right,” said Jacqueline.

She added: “I am super excited to be working with Asim Riaz for the first time. The music video is going to be a visual treat for everyone. We’re looking forward to everyone seeing it. I really loved working on this, because it was a passion project for me.”

Earlier, the actress and Asim took to Instagram Story and posted boomerang videos in which they can be seen doing dance rehearsals at a studio.

In the video, Jacqueline sports athleisure while Asim dons a yellow T-shirt.

“Here we go,” Asim captioned the video.

According to the reports, the song is a folk number composed by Tanishk Bagchi. It has been sung by Neha Kakkar.

Fans are going gaga after watching the videos.

A user commented: “You guys should do a movie together.”

“So happy for Asim.”

The song will be released by Bhushan Kumar under his banner T-series.

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When Big B met little Ranbir Kapoor 30 years ago

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Mumbai, Feb 27 (IANS) Megastar Amitabh Bachchan on Thursday posted a 30-year-old picture where he is seen with his “Brahmastra” co-star Ranbir Kapoor, then a little boy.

Big B uploaded a collage of ‘then and now’ photos of the two on Instagram and Twitter.

“THEN and NOW .. the wide eyed RANBIR on sets of Ajooba with Shashi ji and me .. and the dominant RANBIR today on sets of BRAHMASTRA with me … 1990 to 2020 !!!! Phew !! Been a while,” Big B wrote.

In the images, Amitabh be seen greeting little Ranbir as he stands beside his late granduncle Shashi Kapoor on the set of the film “Ajooba”. The collage also has a picture of Ranbir and Big B on the set of their upcoming movie “Brahmastra”.

Directed by Ayan Mukerji, “Brahmastra: Part One” is set to release in five languages — Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam — on December 4. The film also stars Alia Bhatt, Nagarjuna and Mouni Roy.

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A.R. Rahman on turning producer

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Mumbai, Feb 27 (IANS) Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman says turning producer is like being born again as a new man.

He has turned writer and producer with his movie “99 Songs”.

“I feel like I have been reborn since the time I have decided to turn producer. It’s an entirely new feeling,” Rahman said.

Opening up about the challenges of making a film, he said: “It’s like being born again as a new man. When I started as a film music composer, I already had ten years of experience.

“But as a producer, it felt so new and seemed like I was starting all over again and I wanted to leave no stone unturned in giving it my best. Also, since I was working with other debutants — the director and the actor — I was reminded that I have a completely new team and we had a modest budget. I didn’t want to spare any effort in presenting it well and try to make our own epic.”

Asked if he was a regular on sets during the shoot, he said: “I knew that if some important scenes needed to be expanded, I ensured I would be present on set. Our executive producer would tell me that we have time constraints and will have to wrap the scene in a day while I was keen on four because those are the scenes that need love and complete justice. It’s an art to balance between creative and commercial. However, if you get too creative then you may have to sell your property.”

“It is a first attempt and I hope we have done our best. My wife and daughters have been a great support,” he added.

The movie is directed by debutant director Vishwesh Krishnamoorthy and will release in three languages, including Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. “99 Songs” will also introduce Ehan Bhat.

Presented by Jio Studios, the film is produced by A.R. Rahman’s production company YM Movies and co-produced by Ideal Entertainment.

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