Ali Abbas Zafar's film has great music, and works despite the predictable arcs and inexcusable length
According to the petitioner, Vikas Tyagi, the movie is "distorting the culture and political image of our great country 'Bharat'."
...says director Ali Abbas Zafar who talks about his third collaboration with Salman Khan, adapting a South Korean film to an Indian setting, and the changing rules of the box-office
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"She spoke to me saying, 'Nick has proposed to me and I want to get married, so there will be some date issues,'. the Bollywood actor said in a media interaction.
The 35-year-old star, who plays the role of Salman's love interest in the film, said 'Kumud' is one of her best characters so far.
The film, which is scheduled to release on June 5, is a remake of 2014 Korean drama "Ode To My Father".
The film, which is scheduled to release on June 5, is a remake of "Ode To My Father".
Priyanka was originally set to star opposite Salman Khan in the film, but she opted out of the project as a part of the film's schedule was clashing with her wedding with American singer Nick Jonas.
The trailer of the movie is scheduled to be out on April 24, whereas the film will hit the screens on June 5 i.e. the day of Eid.
The film, also starring Katrina Kaif and Disha Patani, is an official remake of 2014 South Korean film, "Ode to My Father".
Reminiscing his directorial debut, Zafar went down the memory lane sharing the poster of 2011 hit 'Mere brother ki Dulhan', writing how the first film is always special.
This will be Salman Khan's third collaboration with director Ali Abbas Zafar after the 2016 film 'Sultan' and the recent 'Tiger Zinda Hai'.
Director Ali Abbas Zafar has been planning the shoot for months and will be starting with an elaborate circus sequence set in the late 60's.
Priyanka has worked under Ali Abbas Zafar's direction for "Gunday", and she also teamed up with Salman in films like "Mujhse Shaadi Karogi" and "Salaam-e-Ishq".
The narrative takes us through a collage of quirky, appealing locations where some really well-choreographed action scenes are shot with breathless zeal.