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HARYANA TO HAVE IT'S OWN FILM UNIVERSITY & MORE (BOLLYWOOD SNIPPETS)

By Siddharth Singh . 17th February 2018 02:23pm
HARYANA TO HAVE IT'S OWN FILM UNIVERSITY & MORE (BOLLYWOOD SNIPPETS)

After the mindblowing connection of Bollywood with the Haryanvi language, the state government has decided to build up a film university in the state. Films like "Dangal","Sultan", and "Tanu Weds Manu Returns" with a Haryanvi touch have been a blockbuster on the silver screen. Education Minister of Haryana, Ram Bilas Sharma, yesterday stated that a Film University is to be established in the state in relation to those needfull students who want to establish their carrier in the entertainment industry. According to the Minister, the native language caught popularity in Bollywood, referring to movies like "Dangal" and "Sultan", which have gained immense success in the film industry for its Haryanvi background.


T-Series to invest Rs 500 crore in films in 2018

T-Series Indian music label and movie studio T-Series will be investing Rs 500 crore in films in 2018, a statement said. Chief Managing Director Bhushan Kumar stated,
We are ready to release around nine to 10 content-driven films this year that have talented actors, producers, scriptwriters and visionary directors. The year 2018 is a landmark year for T-Series.
He further added,
Audiences’ tastes are changing rapidly and our aim is to present them with new thoughts and ideas and show them a new way of thinking. We are excited to support good talent in the industry because they are creating some amazing films and telling inspiring and game-changing stories.
Among the films that the banner is producing in 2018 are "Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety", "Hate Story IV", "Raid", "Blackmail", "Fanne Khan", "Batti Gul Meter Chalu", Deepika Padukone-Irrfan Khan’s next, Ajay Devgn and director Akiv Ali’s yet untitled, "Kedarnath" and "Arjun Patiala".

Trolls affect our family, friends says Zareen Khan

zareen khan Zareen Khan says she is glad that her mother is not on social media as she will get disturbed by the way her daughter gets trolled. Zareen said in a statement.
Trolls don’t realise that whatever they write not only affects us but also affects our family and friends. I am very thankful for the fact that my mother is not on social media because such bad and abusive comments would definitely disturb her.
Zareen who has been a victim of trolls on social media platforms had approached MTV to be a part of their new show MTV Troll Police after watching an episode with actor Taapsee Pannu. Zareen, who made her Bollywood debut with "Veer" stated.
Such kind of people are a threat to either themselves or the entire society because they do not realise how their actions affect others. That’s the reason I have come on MTV Troll Police. I want to know if my biggest trolls have the courage to face me and say the same things on my face.
She has a subtle warning for all trolls.
In the world of social media no one can hide. The power of social media is so strong that you will be tracked.
news credits: ians