Vikram Malhotra News
Varun Dhawan, Arjun Kapoor, Ranbir Kapoor or Ranveer Singh, that’s Nishikant Kamat’s wishlist for his next – watch video!
Read on to find out what the Rocky Handsome director has in mind…
Nishikant Kamat has always intrigued us with his films. He has something new up his sleeves every single time. From Mumbai Meri Jaan to Force to Drishyam, we realise that he loves to experiment with movies. He is now coming up with a period love story with Vikram Malhotra and he reveals that he wishes to have Varun Dhawan, Arjun Kapoor, Ranbir Kapoor or Click here to read more
Tabu sings a lullaby for Manoj Bajpayee’s production venture Missing
The two dhamakedaar actors are coming onscreen together for the fourth time…
Tabu, has been creating ripples in the film industry with some of the most spectacular performances in the past couple of years. From Jai Ho to Haider to Drishyam, she has been doing roles which Click here to read more
Amitabh Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor to play father-son?
They have been approached for the biopic of PC Sorcar
Amitabh Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor have never shared screen space. But if Vikram Malhotra, former COO of Viacom 18 has his way, that will change soon. Vikram has launched his own production house, Crouching Tiger and the first film that will roll out of Malhotra’s brand new production house is a bio-pic on the life and times of the legendary magician PC Sorcar. Click here to read more
While Chennai Express has a nation divided, Abundantia makes a quiet debut
Cineswami tells us more about ex-Viacom 18 CEO Vikram Malhotra’s new production company
Love it or hate it, seemingly all of India (except the Vijay fans who have no time for Shahrukh Khan and are bemoaning the postponement of Thalaivaa) is talking about Chennai Express. Early indications predict opening day box office collections of Rs 33 crore. While fans of King Khan go berserk, there is some heartening news for aficionados of decent, independent cinema. Vikram Malhotra, former CEO of Viacom 18 has floated a new film production company called Abundantia Entertainment. You may well ask, Abundantia who? Abundantia is the ancient Roman goddess of good fortune, the equivalent of our very own Lakshmi. Click here to read more
Viacom18 Motion Pictures gets a new chief, Ajit Andhare
The studio that swept the awards ceremonies for a string of hits last year gets a new COO
Viacom 18 had a remarkable 2012, with many of their films including Gangs Of Wasseypur and Kahaani bagging a number of awards, including five National Awards. Click here to read more
Viacom18 spins into regional cinema with Harbhajan Singh
Here’s a line-up of Viacom18 Motion Pictures’ regional films
After making Bollywood hits like Gangs of Wasseypur and Kahaani, Viacom18 Motion Pictures is now training its sights on regional cinema. The company has announced that it is entering five regional markets. Click here to read more
Chashme Baddoor trailer releases in Pakistan on YouTube
And that happened just for three days. Why and how? Read on to find out!
It’s not that easy to watch a YouTube video in our neighbouring country Pakistan ‘coz of the ban issued on it by the government. Click here to read more
Is Ranveer Singh emerging as Phantom Films’ fave actor?
The founders of the newly launched production house, Phantom Films are so happy with the Ladies vs Ricky Bahl actor that they want him in the Hindi remake of Telugu blockbuster
Two-film-old Ranveer Singh’s charms are not only working onscreen but off screen too. The spirited actor is currently shooting with Sonakshi Sinha in the old alleys of Kolkata for Lootera, to be directed by Vikramaditya Motwane and produced by Phantom Films’ (a production house started by Anurag Kashyap, Madhu Mathena, Vikas Bahl, Vikram Malhotra and Motwane). But back in Mumbai the other men of this banner are conjuring up plans of a second film with the Band Baaja Baaraat debutant. It is supposed to be the Hindi remake of Telugu blockbuster Magadheera. Click here to read more