Mohit Chauhan to recreate ‘Bulla Ki Jaana’ for the upcoming movie ‘Football’

Bollywood’s talented musician and singer Mohit Chauhan will recreate Rabbi Shergill’s Bulla Ki Jaana song for Shoib Nikash Shah’s upcoming film ‘Football’. The song which has beautiful lyrics will be an integral part of the film.

The film is written and directed by Shoib and it revolves around Goli (Gulshan) a poor boy in a Jammu village, who dreams of becoming a football player. Circumstances, however lead him to take up his father’s profession of painting statues. After he grows up, he bumps into Rekha played by Namita Lal, a woman who wanted to be a football player but who has been married off at a young age. She however continues to play street football with village children, coaching and encouraging them to play the sport. Goli joins her team and starts living his dreams again.

One of the popular dialogues written for the film, “You can either be a football or get kicked around by others all your life, or kick the ball yourself…choice is yours,” says Rekha to Goli in film. This dialogue neatly sums up the beautiful message of the film

Shoib says, “The film delves with the emotions of the youth of villages of Jammu & Kashmir. The youth are so talented but there is no guidance or the upliftment from society and government, so talent gets wasted.”

The film is produced by Namita Lal, Rahat Kazmi Films and Shoib Shah Films.

Raahul Jatin makes his debut with a melodious single- Aankhon Ke Ishaare

Veteran Music composer, Jatin Pandit’s (Jatin- Latin) son Raahul Jatin marks his debut in the music industry with a groovy yet melodious single ‘Aankhon Ke Ishaare’. Composed and sung by Raahul Jatin, Aankhon ke Ishaare gets you to tap your feet instantaneously while the sublime melody of Raahul’s voice rings in your ears even when the song is over.

The freshly brewed number is padded up with a refreshing video featuring Raahul and Simone in an intimate dance choreographed by Shazia and Piyush. The vivacious energy and grace which the young performers bring on screen are a visual treat. The song is beautifully penned by Kumaar, mixed & mastered by Eric Pillai and the groovy music composed and sung by Raahul will make you hit the replay button.

Raahul has been training in classical music under his father’s (Jatin Pandit) strict tutelage from a tender age of 5 and credits his sound foundation to him. Apart from training in music he has taken up formal training in Bollywood freestyle dance from Shiamak Davar and acting from Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in Los Angeles.

He views himself as a performer. While music remains the spinal cord of his offerings he aspires to bring much more to the table. Talking about his debut Raahul Jatin said, “The melody took about 4 days to compose and after that I roped in few of my American friends who are music producers and we punched in the groove. The video was a true learning experience, we shot it whole in one day. Tiring but genuinely exciting. I have done back flips, and cart wheel in the song. Digital music is just not listening to a song- its seeing as well. You have to be more than just a singer for the audience to connect with you. The song is also very different from the trending ones”.

Talking about his son’s debut veteran Music Composer, Jatin Pandit stated, “Raahul has been a very dedicated pupil from childhood. We never pushed him to take up music. It came to him as a calling. Once he decided, we ensured he observed discipline to cultivate a good voice quality. In this generation, music is served with a lot of frills but if a singer’s voice quality is compromised then the very foundation becomes weak. I was careful that Raahul should not get swayed by the distraction of glamour. The rest is totally his doing. There is a lot of competition out there and it is a tough profession that he has chosen. His talent and dedication will determine his future from here on”.

Raahul’s smooth & soulful vocals allow him to blend into different genres of music – from light classical to western music, from Bollywood songs to Pop music. He plays the piano and guitar, as well as produces the music for all his compositions. His training in dance, acting & fitness (Taekwondo and Gymnastics) makes him adept as a wholesome performer. Raahul’s stage presence in live shows is worth a watch.

Aankhon Ke Ishaare is presented by Zee Music Company, the song releases on the 18th of April 2019.

Choreographer Bosco Martis to make India’s first dance-horror film

Ace choreographer Bosco Leslie Martis recently announced his directorial debut, a Zee Studios in-house production.

“As a choreographer, I wanted explore my skills in the dancing world by without trying to attempt a film on the lines of Step Up. So I came up with the concept of a dance-based horror-comedy. It sets the platform to create something magical,” said Bosco who is working on the screenplay with a team of writers. He goes on to add that not many people globally are aware about the genre. “The only thing anybody can recollect is Michael Jackson’s music video, Thriller. We are still working on the film and will have something interesting to offer as the attempt is to create a unique experience for the audience,” he informed.

India’s first dance-horror with dollops of comedy, the film is going to be mounted on a big scale, as confirmed by the studio. Confirming the news, Shariq Patel, CEO, Zee Studios said, “We are super excited to make the film with this unique, never-done-before genre in India. It’s a delight to partner with Bosco, not only to direct the film, but also as a judge on our iconic TV show Dance India Dance”.

Bosco will also be making the dreams of a few participants, chosen from thousands across the country, come true by giving a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to feature in his upcoming film.

Film is currently being developed, and will begin casting soon but Bosco promises that there will be an A-lister. He added that the film will go on floors in the second half of the year.

West Indies fast bowler Malcolm Marshall’s son Mali Marshall joins ’83

Kabir Khan’s upcoming directorial, ’83, which is based on India’s first cricketing World Cup win adds another remarkable entry as Mali Marshal steps into his father’s shoes for the film. After Chirag Patil joined the team to essay his father Sandeep Patil, another son takes over the baton from his father with Mali, son of the late West Indies fast bowler Malcolm Marshall Mali will be playing him on screen.

The Director wants to keep the film as realistic as possible and has been in talks with Mali for a long time. Mali is a fast bowler and a middle-order batsman like his father and suited the part perfectly.

Kabir Khan has also approached the sons of other famous West Indian Players and talks with them are on, including fast bowler Carl Greenidge, son of Gordon Greenidge. The team is also looking for players who will represent Team England who played India in the semifinals.

Confirming the news Kabir Khan shared, “Yes we are thrilled to have Mali Marshall, son of legend Malcolm Marshall play the role of his father but his bowling action is also exactly like him. As we all know, Malcolm Marshall was part of the fearsome West Indies quartet of pace bowlers – Marshall, Michael Holding, Joel Garner, and Andy Roberts”

Kabir’s team was in Dharamshala recently for a 10-day training and bonding session. Former cricketers from the 83 team like Kapil Dev, Mohinder Amarnath, and Yashpal Sharma dropped by with tips and joined some training sessions helmed by coach Balvinder Singh Sandhu. The actors are also being trained by Under 19 cricketer Rajiv Mehra. Now they will resume their training in Mumbai.  The film, produced by Madhu Mantena, Vishnu Induri, Shibasis Sarkar and Kabir, goes on the floors on May 15 in London and Scotland. It will be shot in a 100-day schedule.

Tracing the historic victory of 1983 world cup, Kabir Khan’s upcoming directorial will star Ranveer Singh as the former captain of the Indian Cricket Team Kapil Dev. The film ’83 would be Ranveer Singh’s first trilingual film to be made in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.

Directed by Kabir Khan, the sports film will bring to light one of the most important event in Indian cricket history. The film will be shot at real locations and will be going on floors early next year.

Shouldered by the then captain Kapil Dev, who led the Indian cricket team to it’s maiden World Cup win, 1983’s World Cup stays to be one of the most etched events in the minds of the cricket fans.

Touted as the “biggest sports film” of the country, ’83 is slated to be released on 10 April 2020 in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. It marks the first-ever trilingual release for both Ranveer Singh and director Kabir Khan.

SEEDBALLS muhurt was done by Ecologist Nishikant Tambe

Saaz Entertainment presentation, Veera Creation production SEEDBALLS muhurt was held. The film is produced by Suresh Dhore, written and directed by Akhil Desai.

The film deals with eco system of mother nature. That was the reason of muhurt being held by ecologist Nishikant Tambe fondly known as Nandu Tambe.

The film stars Kamlesh Sawant, Sayli Gaonkar, Aakash Vakhare, Charu Desle, Krupa Jhunjharrao, Rudra Dhore and Prashant Nagare.

Crescendo Music and Films join hands with KSM Film Productions for India’s first teen thriller 1978

After a spate of successful horror films like Stree, Pari and content like Ghoul being lapped up by the audience, Crescendo Music and Films have joined hands with KSM Film Productions to produce India’s first teen thriller titled ‘1978’ directed by Aziz Zee.

The film, comprising of an all new ensemble cast, promises to be a fast pace and racy affair with music being one of the highlights. A source close to the film adds that most actors have sung their own song, “While scouting for actors, Suresh Thomas of Crescendo music discovered that most of the actors were good singers as well and it was decided that they’d all sing their own lines in the film. This is probably the first time that all actors have given playback for themselves in a feature film.”

Talking about 1978, Kunal Malla of KSM Films says, “The film is looking good, it’s got all elements of a good horror flick and we are confident of the content. All the new comers have done an excellent job and have gone beyond our expectations in terms of performances which has contributed immensely in making the film entertaining and an edge of the seat affair” he smiles.

1978 is co-produced by Manesha Chatarji and will be release worldwide by Theatre King on 3rd May.

Ashwani Kumar pays tribute to his mother with song “Intezaar”

Albert Pinto Ko Gussa kyo Aata Hai? released on Friday 12th April, a conceptual remake of the 80″ cult classic, just like its name the film demands unusual music & lyrics as well, Intezaar a poetic song with multidimensional perspective, emphasizes on three different musical styles fused together, the lyrics written by Ashwani Kumar & music composed by Avishek Majumder is not the usual numbers that we hear, it’s a unique blend of Classical, Trance, and Rock which gives it an experimental tone as well as an unusual feel.

This song doesn’t have a regular pattern of verses (mukhda/antra) as we know of, in fact, there is no fixed verse, in short, it’s an expression which attempts to interpret the plot of the film. Ashwani says “Director Soumitra Ranade wanted to convey the synopsis of the film through this song, and that too in very limited words, this song will be thoroughly enjoyed by people with the good taste of music, poetry & art connoisseurs alike”

Intezaar is interpreted in three poetic expressions wherein one showcases the frustration of a middle-class man Albert Pinto (Manav Kaul) his angst against the corrupt system & the tainted society, at the same time it also expresses the unvoiced desires of Stella (Nandita Das) the love of his life. But destiny has other plans for Albert driving him towards the uncertain.

Ashwani has been a part of Media, Advertising & Theater since last one decade. “Habar-Dabar” a word used in the song is a very regular word in small towns, but in metros its sounds unheard, Ashwani remembers “My mother used to use these words in day to day life, actually people coming from small town not only bring along such household words but also many unheard stories along with them”

Ashwani Kumar belongs to Jamshedpur, Jharkhand where he has done his schooling & further education, he not only promises to bring good poetry but also looks forward to give novel stories to the world. Ashwani says “This song is a tribute to my mother, and whenever I shall hear this it will keep reminding me of her and keep inspiring me to write more poetry & songs”. So do listen to this unique song Intezaar from the film Albert Pinto Ko Gussa kyo Aata Hai? and keep inspiring such budding artists who want to contribute to good art.& cinema.

Graphic India and Arka Mediaworks launch season 4 of Baahubali: The Lost Legends

Graphic India, one of India’s leading character entertainment companies, announced today that the hit animated series, Baahubali: The Lost Legends has released the epic 4th season with an additional new 16 episodes available starting today on Amazon Prime Video.

Produced by Graphic India and Arka Mediaworks, Baahubali: The Lost Legends initially launched in 2017 and created by S.S Rajamouli and Sharad Devarajan, is based on the blockbuster film franchise, beloved by millions of fans across the world. Season 4, brings the series to a total of 55 action-packed episodes for the country’s millions of Baahubali fans.

Baahubali: The Lost Legends is set before the Kalakeya invasion depicted in the first movie, when Baahubali and Bhallaladeva are still both young princes of Mahishmati.  Two brothers competing to rule the greatest kingdom of its age and the epic adventures they must endure to prove they are worthy to one day wear the crown. Under the watchful eye of Sivagami, and the warrior, Katappa, one shall rise to be King of the throne, while the other shall become King of the people.

“When we look at Baahubali and Bhallaladeva, the warring brothers, what we see in the film is just a minor part of their lives. In the ‘Baahubali Universe,’ there is so much more worth knowing about them. The same applies to other characters too,” said Baahubali creator and filmmaker, S. S. Rajamouli. “

“Season 4 is filled with political intrigue, betrayal, war, action, adventure and even more twists and turns as we take fans deeper than ever into the events that shaped Baahubali from a young prince into a legendary hero,” added Graphic India Co-Founder, Sharad Devarajan.

In the new season, Mahishmati and its protectors face their greatest challenge yet and find themselves the targets of a mysterious new force seeking revenge on the legendary kingdom. The season features new, never before revealed stories about the characters from the film including Prince Baahubali, Bhallaladeva, Kattapa and Sivagami as well as all new characters that expand the world of Baahubali.

  1. S. Rajamouli, Shobu Yarlagadda, Prasad Devineni and Sharad Devarajan are Executive Producers on the series along with Jeevan J. Kang, Graphic’s EVP Creative and the lead character designer, and Ashwin Pande, Graphic’s lead writer.

Experience the untold stories of India’s greatest cinematic hero. The legend of Baahubali continues! 

Bharat Jadhav once again ready to make you laugh with STEPANI

Bharat Jadhav is once again gearing up to make you laugh with Shri Ganraya Films production STEPANI. The film is produced by Anant Bhuvad, Narendra Jaiswal and Bhatulal Jaiswal, directed by Azeez Nasir.

The cinematography is by Murali Krishna, music by Rohit Nagbhide, background score by Rajesh S.S., dialogues by Santosh Nakat, art by Devdas Bhandare, sound by Uday Inamati, editing by Shashank Shah.

PETH muhurt held by unveiling poster

Sharda Film Production presentation PETH muhurt was held by unveiling poster. The film is produced by Veerkumar Shah and directed by Abhijit Sathe.

PETH introduces Vrushabh Shah and Namrata Ranpise. The film also stars Abhishek Shinde, Raj Khandare and Sanket Kadam.

Abhijit Sathe has written story, screenplat and dialogues with art direction. The music is composed by P. Shankar, choreography by Gajanan Shinde. Avinash Jadhav is executive producer.