25 February, 2013
22 February, 2013
India is a country where for a billion people, cricket is religion. This is the story of three friends who hit upon a brilliant plan – to start a training academy that could produce India’s next sporting superstars!
Life is not always as we would want it to be. Then onwards what happens is without doubt the greatest adventure of their lives, as the trio attempt to navigate the big hurdles in the path of fulfilling their dreams.
A brilliant film filled with emotions. It isn't for the masses.
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20 February, 2013
19 February, 2013
17 February, 2013
A crime-romantic film that follows the life of Jayantabhai (Vivek Oberoi), a small time gangster falls unexpectedly in love with Simran (Neha Sharma) his neighbor. The film is produced by Kumar S. Taurani and directed by Vinnil Markan.
It is the story about how people unexpectedly fall in love with the people whom they had least expected to even in their dreams.
Jayantabhai is a street-thug who lives in Mumbai, a happy-go-lucky and a complacent single guy. Just staying opposite to his door is another tenant – Simran, who is a simple young girl, a go-getter and a rebel.
They are worlds apart.
Here is a light and frothy romantic comedy of a small time gangster and a simple, jobless damsel who has
come to Mumbai for a job. Simran comes to Mumbai and stays in a rented apartment, and it has Jayantabhai as her neighbour.
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Murder 3 is an official adaptation of the Colombian thriller ‘The Hidden Face’.
‘This Valentine’s Love Will be Murdered’ the tagline of this film describes the film in a gist. Producers of this film – Vishesh Films and Fox Star Studios have officially acquired the rights of the film which was directed by Andres Baiz.
‘Murder 3’ marks the directorial debut of Vishesh Bhatt and it stars Randeep Hooda, Aditi Rao Hydari and Sara Loren
Vikram (Randeep Hooda) is a hot-shot fashion and wildlife photographer. He gets into a relationship with Nisha (Sara Loren) and then she moves in with him in his palatial house on the outskirts of the city.
This old world house, made almost a century ago is as beautiful as it is scary. It is well maintained and also holds many secrets which Nisha is soon to unearth.
Full review of the film plus more pics at: www.filmytown.com
11 February, 2013
04 February, 2013
“The idea of creating the Commission was to introduce a proper framework to control and manage local production and give local companies an edge,” explained Jamal Al Sharif, chairman, Dubai Film and TV Commission.
The Commission requires international companies filming in Dubai to hire a local production company. “We’re not stipulating percentages of local hires as Dubai’s a free market, but we are actively encouraging local companies, even universities to engage their students with film units as interns or volunteers.”
In addition to simplifying the process of securing permits to film, the Commission serves as a one-stop shop for international film crews and has also regularised the private location fees that were earlier unregulated. “You want to film at iconic Dubai landmarks? We’ve fixed the rate for all private venues
[such as Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, Arabian Ranches] at AED15,000 per day (that is roughly Rs 2,25,000 per day) and we sort out the permissions,” added Al Sharif.
“There’s no industry if we can’t help the local film-makers. The immediate strategy is to help them meet with the right fund sources and introduce more training and talent development programmes and of course, the goal of attracting high-profile international projects is also to involve local crews and increase opportunities for them,” he said.
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