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'Sanju Baba' took to social media to express gratitude to Bhatt for 'giving him Sadak' and how he is proud to take the journey with him again.
Mahesh Bhatt back to direction with 'Sadak 2'; daughters Alia, Pooja to star with Sanjay Dutt, Aditya Roy Kapur
A teaser announcing the new movie, a sequel to Mahesh's 1991 superhit which starred Sanjay and Pooja, was also unveiled.
Veteran Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, who has directed many critically acclaimed film like 'Saaransh', 'Naam' and 'Zakham' is now starting his new innings as an actor with 'The Dark Side of Life'.
The poster sees 'Mere Dad Ki Maruti' fame Rhea Chakraborty hanging out of a train window to kiss debutant Varun Mitra.
Backed by Mahesh Bhatt and Mukesh Bhatt's production house Vishesh Films, the film is scheduled to release on October 12.
Mahesh Bhatt will be soon seen in "The Dark Side Of Life: Mumbai City", directed by Tariq Khan, says the director gets all the credit for pushing him into this new role.
Mahesh Bhatt and academic-activist Ritu Dewan launched filmmaker Saeed Akhtar Mirza's latest book "Memory In The Age Of Amnesia" at the Crossword bookstore here.
Rahul Roy is back with Night And Fog, an English film after a period of hibernation during which he ‘deliberated on what he wanted to do with life’.
10 Ravi Pujari gang members sentenced to five years in jail for plotting to kill filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt in 2014
According to the prosecution, Pujari, said to be living abroad, wanted to revive his gang in Mumbai by targeting Bhatt or his brother Mukesh, also a filmmaker, or Bhatt's son Rahul.
B-town celebs took to social media to wish the ‘Dear Zindagi’ star on her special day.
Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt has paid tribute to late actress Sridevi, whom he misses dearly.
The 13-episode series gives an insight into the landmark film studios, iconic stars and cinematic masterpieces.
Anupam and Mahesh together have worked in films like 'Saaransh', 'Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin', 'Tadipaar' and 'Papa Kehte Hai'.
Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt says the actor was addicted to heroin.
Based on Annie Zaidi's book, the film revolves around Mithi who discovers age is no barrier for love nor propriety and social norms.