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Why is 'Murder 3' closest to Mukesh Bhatt?
Tuesday, 09 October 2012 | http://www.nerve.in/news:253500471209 | channel: India
|"For me, it is important to discover new worlds and mindsets and new point of views and this is what I look for as an actor, he added."|
New Delhi, Oct 9 - Producer Mukesh Bhatt says Murder 3 is most special instalment of the popular franchise as his son Vishesh is set to make his directorial debut with it.
'Murder 3' will release a day after Valentine's Day - and we are very eager to see how the audiences lap up the latest film in the 'Murder' franchise. The film is especially close to me since my son Vishesh makes his directorial debut with it, Mukesh Bhatt said in a statement.
Mukesh and Mahesh Bhatt's Vishesh Films and Fox Star Studios have teamed up for the thriller, which also features Randeep Hooda and Aditi Rao Hydari. Penned by Amit Mansukar and Sanjay Mansoom, it narrates the tale of the unraveling of a mysterious disappearance.
Mahesh Bhatt is confident 'Murder 3' will take the 'Murder' brand into another league. It will give it the halo of 'respectability'.
The past films in the franchise - Murder - and Murder 2 -, faired well at the box office.
'Murder' and 'Murder 2' had made a splash at the box office and with the third offering, we aim to raise the bar, said Vijay Singh, CEO, Fox Star Studios India.
Piggy Chops heads to Jakarta!
After working hard on the video of her debut single In my city, actress Priyanka Chopra has gone to Jakarta.
Ok! I'm out guys!! Crew telling me it's time to take off! See you soon Jakarta! My first time so hope it'll be fun, tweeted Priyanka.
The actress recently received a lot of appreciation for playing an autistic girl in Barfi!. Her peppy song was also lauded, and now she has promised to show the world her 'desi girl' side through the video of her song.
For, Kunal acting like road to discovery
Actor Kunal Kapoor wants to explore and learn through the roles he takes up in Bollywood.
I am looking for different kind of roles. For example, I did a film called 'Lamhaa', which was shot in Kashmir. For me, that was educative. For a person who has grown up in Mumbai, one doesn't get to understand the politics of Kashmir, unless you get the opportunity to discover that, Kunal told IANS.
For me, it is important to discover new worlds and mindsets and new point of views and this is what I look for as an actor, he added.
As of now, he is looking forward to the release of Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana, which hits the screens Nov 2
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