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‘Blue Mountain is a story that needs to be made!’ – Ranvir Shorey

Ranvir Shorey while being a celebrated actor has also had his fair share of reality television, his close proximity to the participants of reality television, apparently, compelled him to sign up for his latest film Blue Mountain.

“It is a rather myopic view if people think reality television is only what they see on the television. What we see is the journey of the winners, the journey of the kids who have done well and succeeded, but there are thousands of those who participate and don’t win. It is their crushed dreams that compelled me to sign Blue Mountain. A film about a journey of a small town boy into the world of reality television. It is not easy being those kids, and with the film I took that journey with them. It is this side of reality television that needs to be showcased. When I read the script,
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Zubaan Movie Review: “For Originality and Powerful Performances It Deserves A Standing Ovation” – Subhash K Jha

For those who thought Vicky Kaushal’s Masaan act last year was just a one-off flash in the pan affair, Zubaan is an eye-opener. Kaushal plays Dilsher, the waylaid Sikh boy from Gurdaspur who only wants to be successful in ways that we normally describe success. So he schemes his way into the heart mind home and property of a business tycoon Sikand (Manish Chaudhary, exuding arrogant power the way Amrish Puri did in Subhash Ghai’s Pardes) ends up getting what he thinks he wants.

From here onwards first-time director Mozez Singh (who must be kidding about being a debutant, which first-timer would be able to make film so confident and compelling??!!) charts Dilsher’s descent into a selfserving opportunism and then his sudden swerve into redemption. This journey back and forth on the scale of morality has been undertaken repeatedly in films as far-ranging as Raman Kumar’s
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Shoot commences for Karan Kundra starrer ‘Dilphire’ in Agra

Om Reels Films today announced the commencement of the shoot for the Karan Kundra starrer Dilphire on the banks of Yamuna near Taj Mahal. The movie also marks the debut of Miss Himachal 2011 Sheetal Verma. Spread over 40 days against the backdrop of the picturesque Taj, this romantic comedy directed by Puneet Prakash, aims at presenting Agra, its heritage, culture and people, on celluloid as never before.

Commenting on this auspicious occasion, Raj Khatri, CEO, Om Reels Bioscope Pvt. Ltd., said, “A relatively young yet independent production house, we are committed to capturing and presenting the rich folklore, stories and humour of India, especially its hinterland, to deliver world-class cinema that would not just enthrall and entertain Indians but will also transcend the Diaspora and reach out to global audiences. Having broken ground with the Tigmanshu Dhulia presented high action Bull BulBul Bandook, Puneet’s Dilphire was an ideal second project
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