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Valmiki Ki Bandook News

  • | September 11th, 2013

    Shriya Saran, happy birthday!

    Shriya Saran, happy birthday!

    The actor turns 31 today
    Born on September 11, 1982, Shriya Saran has worked mainly in Telugu and Tamil cinema, with the occasional foray into Hindi and English has spent well over a decade in the industry and continues to be busy with a clutch of diverse projects. Click here to read more

  • | May 3rd, 2012

    Karisma Kapoor is a superb actor: Jimmy Sheirgill

    Karisma Kapoor is a superb actor: Jimmy Sheirgill

    Sheirgill, who shares screen space with Karisma in Dangerous Ishhq, says his co-star is very focussed
    Actor Jimmy Sheirgill, who shares screen space with Karisma Kapoor in her comeback film Dangerous Ishhq, describes his co-star as focussed and says the 3D romantic thriller will be an amazing movie.
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  • | March 6th, 2012

    Tigmanshu Dhulia’s ‘Valmiki Ki Bandook’ title to be altered?

    Tigmanshu Dhulia’s ‘Valmiki Ki Bandook’ title to be altered?

    The Paan Singh Tomar director is facing the ire of the Valmiki Samaj for the current title of his just-announced film
    Members of Haryana-based Valmiki Samaj have expressed resentment over the title of Jimmy Shergill-starrer Valmiki Ki Bandook. However, the film’s director Karan Butani says the film has nothing to do with lord Valmiki, and they are ready to alter the title if the need arises. “We happened to read an article about this new film in the papers, and we didn’t like the name of the film,” Raj Kumar, general secretary of Valmiki Samaj, said. “Valmiki is our guru, we worship him. He wrote the great Ramayana… so how can one associate something like a ‘bandook’ (gun) with his name. We wish to speak to the filmmakers and request them to alter the title,” he added. Click here to read more

  • | March 5th, 2012

    ‘Paan Singh Tomar’ director announces ‘Valmiki Ki Bandook’ with Jimmy Shergill

    ‘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