Remember how distraught we were when Brad Pitt split up with Jennifer Aniston thanks to his affair with Angelina Jolie.
Director Prakash Jha was quite disappointed with the unpleasant incident. Reportedly, Prakash Jha Productions had taken the land on rent from Minal Residency Group, and was unaware that the leased land was a disputed property.
Conversing about the incident with Mumbai Mirror, Jha said, "We had no idea that the land where we had constructed our set was disputed. But, I do feel that even though the demolition had to go through, the authorities knew we had constructed only temporary structures for the purpose of shooting.
Director : Rohan Sippy
Cast : Abhishek Bachchan, Rana Daggubati, Prateik Babbar,
Bipasha Basu, Aditya Pancholi, Monty Munford
Director Rohan has created a novelistically textured film that is satisfying in many ways and sustains the viewer’s interest, even though there are some glaring problems in pacing.
However, the drama does surpass expectations with some nail-biting moments in the end.
‘Dum Maaro Dum’ is a new decade film that supposedly makes you revisit the commercial potboilers of former Bollywood films.
‘Dum Maro Dum’ is a thriller and is not based on any real-life sensational incident. It tells a tale about six people who meet in Goa and how their lives change after they get entangled with the drug mafia.
The film, which ran into controversy for its alleged negative portrayal of Goa and Goan women, does not have any semblance to real life events.
As moviegoers are quite prepared to watch Abhishek’s ‘Dum Maro Dum’ this weekend, the director is all geared up to take audience through the three interesting stories in DMD that is all weaved into one solid script.
Well, don’t worry as he’s not her new love-interest in real life, but in reel life. Contemplating the sizzling chemistry and steamy scene in DMD, you never know what might happen.
The lissome beauty has been creating a stir for her hot and sexy look in the title track of Rohan Sippy’s much-awaited movie ‘Dum Maaro Dum’, all set to hit the silver screen on April 22.
Abhishek, who’s on the verge of making a great start in Bollywood this year, plays the angry upright cop Kamath in Rohan Sippy’s ‘Dum Maro Dum’ and stuck by his side as his love interest in the film will be the sultry actress, Bipasha Basu.
The theatrical trailer has already garnered attention, and Abhishek and Bipasha look promising in the film.
Apart from Abhishek and Bipasha, the other actors who would be seen surfacing on-screen with them are Tollywood actor Rana Daggubati and Prateik Babbar.
Interestingly, after finding out Dhobi Mahasangh’s objection, the husband-wife immediately arranged a meeting with the community leaders and conveyed their apologies, if they have hurt their feelings.
Aamir told the community leaders that they were not aiming to offend or create controversy with the film’s title. And if they knew that they will be offending people, then they would have simply chosen some other title.
"When I met (Amit) Khatriji, Kanoji and Dr Satishji (of the community's associations), I realized that unknowingly we might have hurt someone.
Apparently, Kiran wanted her superstar hubby to stay as far away from the promotional event organized for the film at a Mumbai hotel on Friday because she dreaded his star presence could distract media’s attention away from film and its little known cast.
However, keeping Mr. Perfectionist away from a promotional event of any of his films is not really possible and he did not just attend the event but also talked to media.