New Movie Film Release Promo Review

Junooniyat to bring back Kashmir's beauty on big screen

Junooniyat, produced by Bhushan Kumar of T-series, has wrapped up its first shooting schedule last week in Kashmir. Director of the film, Vivek Agnihotri says he had two particular reasons for which he decided to shoot in Kashmir.

Ebar Shabor, Arindam Sil’s second directorial venture all set for release


Kolkata, December 10, 2014 (Washington Bangla Radio): Ebar Shobor, the second directorial venture by Arindam Sil is all ready to set for release and the director is leaving no stone unturned for its promotion.  After launching the logo and trailer of the film in the presence of Tolly superstar Dev and ace director Srijit Mukherjee, the cast and crew also gathered for the poster launch and a discussion session of about the film.

Abir lives his childhood hero as ‘Baadhsahi Angti’ launches fresh Felu da and Topshe Duo



Kolkata, December 14, 2014 (Washington Bangla Radio): Yet another movie on Felu Da, the most celebrated sleuth of Bengali literature is ready for release. ‘Baadshahi Angti’, the latest film in the Felu da series has a new combination of Felu Da and Topshe. Director Sandip Ray this time has roped in Abir Chatterjee to play Felu da while Sourav Das will be playing Topshe. The cast and crew of the film recently came together to speak about the film.

The Irani-Hirani Connect!



Mumbai, December, 14, 2104 (Washington Bangla Radio): Boman Irani has been called many things in the past; from the film's surprise element to Raju Hirani’s lucky mascot, but the actor insists the only relationship he shares with the eminent director is that of friendship. The fact that the two consider each other close, is known to all, but what’s remarkable is the two share such a wonderful rapport that whenever they come together its magic. Stretching limits and leaving the audience applauding seems to be a habit for this duo.

Music Composer Jeet Gannguli is against Vulgur Lyrics



Mumbai, December 14, 2014 (Washington Bangla Radio): Even though composer Jeet Gannguli is open to composing party numbers for films, he does not use vulgar lyrics.

He said, “I am against vulgar lyrics. No one should feel ashamed while listening to a song. We should also think about kids, who listen to these songs, as they catch onto lyrics quickly. Songs and lyrics should be subtle. They can be fun, but not vulgar.”


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