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While Guru Dutt allegedly committed suicide in 1965, his elder son Tarun Dutt (who had directed Rekha in the 1984 caper Bindiya Chamkegi
With the passing away, quietly on Saturday, of Arun Dutt, the legendary Guru Dutt's second son, his family barring his daughter Nina, seems to be wiped out.
However Reena Roy's sister, Barkha Roy not only denies her sister's surgery, she claims Reena Roy is not in town.
Says Barkha, "My sister had gone
Mumbai woke up to reports on Sunday morning that former actress Reena Roy had undergone weight-loss surgery a hospital in Mumbai.
Dev D, A Wednesday, Barfi!, Kai Po Che
and numerous others, UTV Motion Pictures now brings you a unique love story about new age relationships and breaking up and making up in the world of today, the sort of contemporary romantic relationship never before seen on Indian celluloid -
After films like
has been doing brisk business at the box office. The film which released a few days before Eid also features Jacqueline Fernandez and marks the directorial debut of producer Sajid Nadiadwala. Apart from timing the release of the film to coincide with the
Salman Khan's recent release
, Arjun Kapoor plays a kabaddi player. Arjun's father Boney confirms the game of kabaddi plays a very big hand in Tevar
and that the film's team, Arjun included, are planning to promote the game in a big way.
Says Boney, "Kabbadi is our national game. And I am happy and
had to undergo a title
It has become a trend of sorts that just few days before a film's release, get caught up in controversies and legal tangles owing to certain groups or organizations, who claim the content in the film to be offensive. While recently Sanjay Leela Bhansali's
Speaking about this new venture Rohit Khattar, Founder and Chairman of Cinestaan
Cinestaan's first subsidiary, the Cinestaan Film Company, will foray into film production in association with Anand Mahindra, with a three film agreement with Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's production company ROMP.
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