Paan Singh Tomar director News
‘Paan Singh Tomar’ director announces ‘Valmiki Ki Bandook’ with Jimmy Shergill
It will be a film on the gun culture of UP, again shot in Chambal
Tigmanshu Dhulia, whose film Paan Singh Tomar has been received with rave reviews last weekend, has announced a new film, Valmiki Ki Bandook. The director has teamed up with Jimmy Shergill again for the film. A satire on Uttar Pradesh’s gun culture, the project will be shot in the Chambal Valley. Dhulia had directed Jimmy in Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster. But with Valmiki Ki Bandook, Dhulia is associated as the creative director, while his assistant Karan Bhutani will wield the megaphone. Click here to read more
‘Paan Singh Tomar’ hoarding puts people’s lives in danger!
In an attempt to raise eyeballs with advertising gimmicks, the makers of the film endangered many lives
With film promotions and marketing gimmicks gaining more importance than the film making process itself, many filmmakers are resorting to whacky PR drives. To promote their upcoming film Paan Singh Tomar, production house UTV Motion Pictures risked losing Rs 3.5 lakh in cash and put many people’s life in jeopardy. Click here to read more
Paan Singh Tomar’s nephew files FIR against director Tigmanshu Dhulia
Alleging breach of promise, Balwant Singh, the nephew of dacoit Paan Singh Tomar, has lodged an FIR against Bollywood director Tigmanshu Dhulia who has made a film on his life, police said Tuesday. In a complaint lodged with the Madhavganj police station in Gwalior, Balwant Singh said the director had promised him Rs 40 lakh for details about his uncle’s transition from an athlete to a dacoit. Balwant Singh said that the director visited his house at Guda village in 2010, asking for details about Paan Singh. “The film crew moved around with me for nearly four months in Chambal researching for the film,” he claimed. Madhavganj SHO Rajeev Jhanjlee said that an investigation has been launched to ascertain the facts.
Paan Singh Tomar, is scheduled to release Friday, March 2. Actor Irrfan Khan plays Paan Singh Tomar, who was a resident of Bhidausa village in Morena district. A subedar in the Indian Army, he won the steeplechase event at the National Games for seven years in a row. However, after the killing of two members of his family in a land dispute, he became a rebel who wrought havoc in the Chambal valley.Click here to read more