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Delhi International Film Festival to honour Subhash Ghai, Ghulam Ali
Many dignitaries including showman Subhash Ghai and ghazal supremo Ghulam Ali are set to be honoured at Delhi International Film Festival
The organisers of the Delhi International Film Festival (December 20-27) have decided to turn a blind eye to Subhash Ghai’s failing directorial career that includes recent dud Kaanchi and instead focus on his glory days by conferring upon him a lifetime achievement award. Ghai’s best includes Kalicharan, Vishwanath, Gautam Govinda, Krodhi, Karz, Vidhata, Hero, Meri Jung, Karma, Ram Lakhan, Saudagar, Khal Nayak, Pardes and Taal. The rot set in with Yaadein and continued with Kisna, Black & White, Yuvraaj and now Kaanchi. Perhaps the award should an indication to Ghai that since prestigious institutions are now recognising his past achievements, it is now time to hang up his boots. Click here to read more
Is Subhash Ghai desperate for a directorial hit?
The showman, who is returning behind the camera with Kaanchi has high hopes from the film
Subhash Ghai – the ultimate showman of the Hindi film industry gave us masterpieces like Karz, Hero, Pardes, Taal and so on in the 80s and 90s. Click here to read more
Subhash Ghai hopes to cast Sonakshi Sinha in Sarabjit
Filmmaker Ghai, who is making a biopic on Sarabjit Singh, says he will rope in Anurag Sinha to play the role of Indian death row prisoner in Pakistan who died in May this year
Subhash Ghai said: “For Sarabjit’s role we have Anurag Sinha, the boy who was in Black & White. He is brilliant and one of the finest actors. Our director feels he will play the part well, so we may cast him.” Click here to read more
Rishi Kapoor to be bad man in Subhash Ghai’s new Karz?
The hit pair of Rishi Kapoor – the man who is so good at being bad- and Subhash Ghai will get together to make a film on a similar themes after almost three decades
Subhash Ghai made his first film, Karz with Rishi Kapoor. Three decades later the duo is coming back together in a film that eerily reminds us of that same Karz. Click here to read more