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Single screen owners seek Rohit's support
The news of theatres opening in Maharashtra has brought joy among the actors, producers as well as for the several key theatre representatives and exhibitors. And one movie which has already been confirmed for a theatrical release right after the big update is Rohit Shetty’s ‘Sooryavanshi’.
Minissha on a live-in relationship with her bf
Minissha Lamba made headlines in July this year when it was reported that she was secretly dating someone called Akash Malik. The two had first met at a Poker Championship event in 2019. Then it was none other than ETimes who got her talking about it. She then said, "Yes, I have found love and I am happy. I feel blessed every day to have found togetherness."
Lara: 10 years later, Mahesh & I are stronger
‘I initially thought Akshay was pranking me when he candidly asked me to become Indira Gandhi,’ shares Lara Dutta, talking about how she reacted when first approached to play the role of the former Indian Prime Minister in ‘Bell Bottom’.
Rakeysh: I stood naked in the book
In conversation with author Kiran Manral at TimesLitFest, Rakeysh explains the reason behind the title of his book, how he taught himself the basics of writing screenplays and the creative process behind his films. Here's a transcript of the dialogue...
BO collection: 'Qismat 2' stands strong
Despite the heavy rains, the Jagdeep Sidhu directorial ‘Qismat 2’ continued to show a strong game at the box office on Friday. According to the report of Box Office Inda, the collection on day 2 was a little higher than day 1. Though a drop was seen in some smaller centers, it didn’t affect the overall business of the film.
Akshay's 'Sooryavanshi', 'Prithviraj' to clash?
With Rohit Shetty announcing the release of his much-awaited Akshay Kumar film 'Sooryavanshi' on Diwali, chances are he will find himself in a box-office clash since Dr Chandraprakash Dwivedi's film 'Prithviraj' is also slated for a November 5 release.
Maharashtra theatres to reopen from Oct 22
With the relaxation of COVID-19 norms, buzz is that Chief Minister Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray has recently announced that cinemas and theaters in the state will be allowed to open after October 22. However, the opening will be executed only in compliance with health norms.