Actor Sanjay Dutt got emotional after wrapping up his comeback film Bhoomi here on Tuesday. He says he had a wonderful time shooting for the film, and now looks forward to the release of the Omung Kumar-directorial. "The experience has been wonderful right from the first day. It's an emotional day for me as we culminate this lovely journey. I'm now looking forward to see the film release soon," Sanjay said in a statement. Bhoomi is an emotional and sensitive revenge drama that exploresBollywood | April 26, 2017
Actor Sanjay Dutt's comeback film Bhoomi, directed by Omung Kumar, will release now on September 22. The film was earlier scheduled to release on August 4. However, the makers have pushed back the release date to September 22. The new release date was confirmed by producers Bhushan Kumar and Sandeep Singh in a joint statement. "Sanjay has given his best performance till date and I am glad that we are increasing the anticipation for the audiences," director Omung Kumar said. Sanjay along withBollywood | April 22, 2017
Paying a visit to Deekshabhoomi, a holy spot associated with B R Ambedkar and giving away awards to winners of Lucky Grahak Yojana and DigiDhan Vyapar Yojna in Pune will form Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s itinerary for the Amdebkar Jayanti function on Friday. Modi gave details of his programme for the Ambedkar Jayanti function in Pune on twitter. “I am extremely honoured to be visiting Nagpur tomorrow, on the very special occasion of Ambedkar Jayanti. In Nagpur, I will pray atIndia | April 14, 2017
The Lokmanya Tilak Swarajya Bhoomi Trust on Saturday demanded that the Jinnah House in Malabar Hill be handed over to it for creating a mural depicting the legacy of Tilak. In a statement issued here on Saturday, founder president of the trust, Prakash Silam said it had written to the Public Works Department on January 29, 2016 that the Jinnah House premises be handed over to it. ‘Jinnah House’ was the residence of Pakistan’s founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah in Malabar Hill ofIndia | April 2, 2017
Actor Sanjay Dutt, while shooting the climax scene of his comeback film Bhoomi in the ravines of Chambal, ended up with a hairline fracture on the rib cage, says the movie's producer. Sanjay was told to rest due to the injury, but he insisted on continuing the shoot. "We were shooting the climax scene in the Chambal ravines and Sanjay was in an action sequence when he hurt himself in the rib cage. He must have been in aBollywood | March 21, 2017
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