White Feather Films News
What is Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s take on a film’s success?
Read on to find out the actress’ take…
Actor Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who will be seen essaying the role of an advocate in director Sanjay Gupta’s upcoming movie “Jazbaa”, believes that no film can flop if planned properly.
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‘Shootout at Wadala’ to release on May 1 next year
The film will release on a Wednesday, just like Ek Tha Tiger, and cash in on the weekend as well
The makers of Shootout at Wadala, Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Motion Pictures and Sanjay Gupta’s White Feather Films, are taking a cue from Ek Tha Tiger and the trend of films releasing on a holiday weekday. This way, an audience is ensured on a weekday, and three more days of the coming weekend add to the collections. Click here to read more
Shootout at Wadala: Sanjay Gupta denied anticipatory bail
A Mumbai sessions court Monday rejected the anticipatory bail plea of filmmaker Sanjay Gupta who was booked for sending out invites for his movie’s event on a letterhead resembling that of the city police chief, police said. “Gupta’s anticipatory bail plea has been rejected by the sessions court today (Monday). We had opposed the plea as his explanation for the same was not satisfactory,” said Senior Police Inspector Nandkumar Mehtar of northwest Mumbai’s Versova Police Station where a first information report (FIR) against Gupta was registered. Police questioned Gupta for nearly two hours Sunday. “Gupta did not cooperate with us during the investigation. He kept misleading us,” Mehtar said.
Gupta last month sent out invites for the promotion of his upcoming film Shootout at Wadala on a letterhead that resembled that of Mumbai’s police commissioner. An FIR was registered against Gupta February 29 and he was booked under several non-bailable sections. Police had issued summons to Gupta, asking him to present himself to explain his case or face arrest Friday. Gupta approached the court Saturday for anticipatory bail.Click here to read more
Sanjay Gupta booked for forgery for ‘Shootout At Wadala’ invite
A case of cheating and forgery has been registered against filmmaker Sanjay Gupta for sending out invites on a letterhead resembling that of the Mumbai police commissioner. “We have registered an FIR (first information report) against Gupta for sending out invites for the promotion of his film Shootout at Wadala on a letterhead resembling that of the Mumbai police commissioner,” said Nandkumar Mhetar, a senior police inspector at Versova police station. “We have sent the summons to his office and asked him to come to the police station and answer our questions. We are awaiting his response,” he added.
Gupta, who has made films like Kaante, Shootout at Lokhandwala and Zinda has been booked for cheating and forgery. He was unavailable for comments despite repeated attempts.Click here to read more