"It's been nearly two weeks now since he flew out, and he will return only by end of this month. Dada also had a hairline fracture in his back, but thankfully he doesn't need a surgery," says MIthun Chakraborty's manager
"He is not paying much attention to direction right now. He is busy with his TV shows and with his own films. But he has told me that when the time comes, he'll definitely direct a film," said Mahaakshay. When asked if Mithunda will direct his son, he said, "When the right time comes dad will direct me"
It's Hollywood vs Bollywood at the box office today with the films Interstellar, The Shaukeens, Rang Rasiya, Nightcrawler and Big Hero 6 up for release.
Filmmaker Surender Reddy, who is the creator of the original Kick in Telugu, said that the Hindi remake didn't do justice to his film or Salman Khan. He says that the makers of the remake didn't understand the spirit of the original.
Anil Kapoor has quietly re-invented himself, almost without anyone noticing, over the last few years. The 24 alumnus is now a face that Hollywood recognizes, with films like Slumdog Millionaire and Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol on his resume.
Filmmaker Subhash Ghai's latest film Kaanchi was poorly received at the box-office. However, he is not disturbed as he says he gave the film his best.
The director is hopeful that the film will pick up in the coming days.
Gems of Indian cinema Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Mithun Chakraborty and Kamal Haasan came together on Sunday, November 10, with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to inaugurate the 19th Kolkata International Film Festival (KIFF).
Akshay Kumar is happy with the first day response to his film Boss that released on Eid and says he couldn't have asked for more.
Filmmaker Subhash Ghai, who is busy shooting some last scenes of Kaanchi, is in no hurry to rush the film's release date - a "mistake" he made with his last film Yuvvraaj.
Akshay Kumar says his forthcoming film Boss highlights the "underplayed relationship" between a father and son.
Director Anthony D'Souza says even though his debut film Blue failed at the box office, he is ready to make either a sequel or remake of that movie.