Saturday, March 27, 2010
The report title is Murder, she rote, which for all the pun-wizardry of TOI publications, still doesn't make sense.
It's a Mirror Exclisive, btw.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
A similar thing has happened to "biiDii jalaile" ("Omkara"). The soundtrack of "Athiti Tum Kab Jaaoge" has a song called "jyoti jalaile" which runs on the same lines as the original, and is even sung by Sukhwinder Singh (music is either by Pritam or Amit Mishra - hopefully not the leggie, who still has some cricket left in him).
Vishal has some old associations with the makers of this movie. "Athithi..." is produced by Amita Pathak, the daughter of Omkara producer Kumar Mangat. In addition, the lady made a disastrous debut in her father's production "Haal-e-Dil", which had a smorgasbord of music directors including Vishal. The twin versions of the excellent title track (by Raahat Fateh Ali Khan and Rekha B) sank without too much attention as a result of the film doing very badly.
And there's your dose of Vishal trivia for the day.
Monday, March 1, 2010
According to an interview with Bond, Bond describes Susanna thus:
"My protagonist is a femme fatale who bumps off her seven husbands… I had to find ingenious ways of bumping seven people off while writing the story. Not something that I am used to contemplating generally,"
And it seems Vishal's begun shooting for the film in Coorg with a hairline fracture sustained while playing tennis.