Sachin Joshi starrer Mumbai Mirror, which ran into a controversy after the owners of the newspaper by the same name

Sachin Joshi starrer Mumbai Mirror, which ran into a controversy after the owners of the newspaper by the same name took objection to the title, is finally going ahead with the title. After having resolved the differences with the publication house, it is now confirmed that the film will be one of the first few films to hit the screens in January 2013. The release date has been finalized as January 18th. MM is a cop film with a difference. The role of Inspector Abhijit Patil essayed by Sachin is unlike any other cop you may have seen in recent films like Dabangg, Rowdy Rathore, Singham or even Talaash. The policeman in all those films are straight cops, Patil is the antithesis of the real life cop Dhoble who has been in the news for bringing the Mumbai nightlife to a halt. Inspector Patil is a party man. Although MM has all the ingredients of a typical cop films — the action, songs, drama and dialoguebaazi, it is different in that it takes off on a real subject that divided the city over the issue of a the closing of dance bars a few years ago. This corrupt cop is all for underworld, nightlife, drinking and even drugs. Says Sachin, “Patil is a complicated character. but one thing that he has in common with all the other cops seen in recent films in that he is sanki and satkela.”


Producer Bonny Duggal Launch Party

Producer of London Dreams Bonny Duggal launches his new entertainment office in New Delhi. The evening saw many Bollywood and industrialist faces like Bollywood Actor Jackei Shroff, director Priyadarshan, Vinita Menon, Chandradath Singh (Ambassador of Trindad), Ashish Saraf, Katerina (Counsel Third Secretary), Yogesh Kochhar, Arjun Thappar( JCT Group), Dimple Fouzdar, Supreet Suri, Romila Bachchan and Mohit Burman. Bonny Dugal Said, “I am very happy to launch my new office in New Delhi the heart of India. I choose Delhi because the city has lots of talent I want provide them a new platform.”

Priyadarshan was seen discussing with Jackie shroff about his forthcoming project he said, “Directing is my passion and I am here to congrats bonny about his success in entertainment world.” Vinita was seen appreciating the work of Bonny Duggal.

Jackie Shroff Said, “I am happy that Delhi is a new hub of Entertainment world. Entertainment is a big business and everyone wants to attach with it.” Romila Bachchan was seen congratulating bonny she said, “After opening an office in New Delhi Bonny is reaching on success of heights. I am happy it’s great to be here.”

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2 Nights in Soul Valley

Freshness to the Horror genre films

The Horror genre in the Hindi cinema was never regarded as a genre and was instead considered a sub-genre till films from Ramsay brothers made the spirit presence more spin chilling. Though it was from the films like Mahal, Bees Saal Baad, Bhoot Bungla that the horror genre took off but it was only well-received during Ramsay Brother era. The earlier films played down on the evil element and enlightened the music which added special effects but Ramsay films created-evil, the lust for blood, power, revenge, old mansions and darkness-their forte.

In the recent times the technology has changed and so has the taste of the audience yet the films like Bhoot, Phoonk, Vastu Shastra brought forth a new side to the gaudy RGV films. The films were liked by the audience and so were sequeled. The maker of rom-coms Priyadarshan too came up with a film like Bhool Bhulaiya while Balaji’s Krishna Cottage and Kuch toh hai also received a so- so response from the audience. Vishesh Film’s Junoon,Saaya, Raaz have been amongst well appreciated Horror films. Although inspired from the Hollywood films yet the story and the unkempt spirits till date have proved to be a better view. In spite of being one of the less explored sides of Bollywood yet great many directors have tried their hands in an attempt to bring a power pack ghost story. With each horror film every director has tried to bring a newness much needed in this genre.

Slated for release on December 28th the film “2 nights in soul valley” also promises something similar to the audience. “The film based on a real incident is a family horror entertainer,” says its director Harish Sharma. The film doesn’t have gaudy blood sequences or horrifying ghosts, the film story revolves around the inauspicious aura that surrounds five college friends that start for a trekking expedition. While they are dodging the negative supernatural entity they also are protected by a positive energy. But no sooner they step on the soil of Pithoragarh, a valley famous not only for its beauty but also infamously famous for the sudden disappearance of the trekkers, the group is engulfed by the negative power which continuously reinforces itself on them. Their guide Himmat and a British researcher only add more spook to the tale. The group wishes to leave the trekking premises safe and sound but will they make it unscratched?

The film is a directorial debut of PRO Harish Sharma, a renowned name in the entertainment industry. Sharma has also written the story for the film while its screenplay is written by Meenakshi Sharma and Suman Prasad. The film is produced under the banner of Pinta & Dehal productions and stars veteran actor Hemant Pandey.

As promised by Sharma, will this film too bring freshness in the world of horror? We await the audience decision.

Rajendra Ganotra is the Editor of Spicy Stars Mumbai

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