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FLOP TO TOP IS NOT A MIRACLE. 🎥

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FLOP TO TOP IS NOT A MIRACLE. 🎥

Karz enters its 40 th year since release in 1980 and the film is as fresh as ever today for its story telling as well as music for the youngsters
Karz launched on the showman’s wedding anniversary 24 October 1978 and released on this date in 1980… it was raining heavily on that day in Mumbai and we were looking forward to the audiences to come to the theatres. … Very few came. We waited in hope and today we are proud of this film and feel blessed .. its in the list of the most iconic films of that decade….. but I miss RISHI KAPOOR today … Subhash Ghai🙌🏻

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There is no money in theatre in India: Harssh A Singh

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There is no money in theatre in India: Harssh A Singh

Harssh A Singh was recently seen in Taapsee Pannu and Pavail Gulati-starrer “Thappad”. The actor was associated with theatres for a very long time before venturing into Bollywood. He feels that the Indian theatre is going through a tough phase because there is no money in it.

He says after rehearsing for one play for a period of three months, they get just Rs.2000 per show, and that is not sufficient for survival in big cities like Mumbai or Delhi.

“If you go towards UK, many Oscar-winning actors have started their career from theatre. Their government supports theatre people by giving them grants so that artists can lead a good life and raise their family, but that’s not possible in india. People who do theatre in India, they are considered mad, because there is no money. We rehearse for three months for one play and at end of it we just get Rs. 2000 per show. Can you imagine living with Rs. 2000? How will theatre actors survive with it and that is why theatre, unfortunately, is dying in India,” Harssh said.

“Big names like Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Irrfan Khan have done theatre, but when they came to Mumbai they couldn’t do theatre, because it was hard to survive with that kind of money. So they opted for Bollywood,” he added.

He reveals that though there is no money in theatre, youngsters still consider it as a training ground. However, he admits that once they have done a play or two, they leave for Bollywood.

“If you ask any newcomer, the one who comes from delhi or out of town, they will say I want to do theatre, not because they love watching it, there idea is that theatre is a great training ground so I will get in theatres will do one or two plays, will learn acting and will get into TV or films to make money. It’s very sad but true. Artists from all over world believe because there is no money in theatre and if they want to be here, it won’t be for long. If you are living in mumbai your minimum expenditure is very expensive so for how many years are you going to survive just by doing theatre,” Harssh said.

The “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” star also feels that theatre will always go through a rough phase, but it will die and revive again because of the people who are just so passionate about it.

“Theatre will die, it will keep going through hardships and terrible things but there will always be people who want to be in theatre, because if someone enjoys doing theatre, they will not enjoy anything else. Even if they do films, TV, webseries, they will always come back to the stage, for example, look at artists like Naseeruddin Shah and Rajat Kapoor,” Harssh said.

Harssh recently became part of a video by the theatre community for the others who are struggling during these tough times.

Talking about the video, he said, “The song was conceptualised by Asif Ali Baig, an incredible theatre artist. He wanted to write a song for people who love theatre and like I said people who love theatre they don’t do it for money, they do it because they love the art form. This came from the fear that once the lockdown ends will people come to theatre, will they buy tickets, will it be possible. The video was conceptualised from that fear that theatre will never die, they will all be back some how or the other. I decided to become part of it because through this we want to create awareness and raise money for the artists whose income has been stopped.”

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Waiting for the End of Lockdown to release our film : Reyaansh Singh

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Waiting for the End of Lockdown to release our film : Reyaansh Singh

Actor Reyaansh Singh is all set to debut in Bollywood Film Industry with his Movie “Marika The Attrupt”. The actor is waiting for the end of lockdown to get release of his film .As soon as the industry gets the shooting permission Reyaansh, who had already sign couples of projects will start working on his next project. Singh is utilizing the lockdown period on working himself, taking special care of his diet and physique to look more perfect in front of the camera.

During Interview with Saymore.in Reyansh discussed his upcoming projects . The Actor Said that 3 – 4 projects are lined up which are now in Pre-Production Stage . He is also Doing a web project as these web projects are more convenient for an actor because now everyone are turning towards OTT platform even public are also gaining interest in web series also want to see something new everyday. So being a part of Web project he can easily relate with Audience .

When we ask about his upcoming project Reyaansh said that, He will announce them on right time as it’s too early to reveal the details.. But he is doing different genre of films and his characters in all his upcoming projects are different from each other.

Well in this hard time Reyaansh believes to stay positive with good vibes. Sharing and caring is the best effort we can make at this time.Hope everything will be fine soon and we resume our next project after lockdown.

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“Why should a casting director defend himself?” Questions Thappad actor Harssh A Singh on ‘Paatal Lok’ controversy

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“Why should a casting director defend himself?” Questions Thappad actor Harssh A Singh on ‘Paatal Lok’ controversy

People can’t stop talking about “Paatal Lok”. Co-produced by Anushka Sharma, the show has become the talk of the town for its gripping storyline and an applause-worthy performance by the star cast. However, the new series is also being discussed as some people have criticised the casting director for getting people from his own agency on-board.

Abhishek Banerjee, who is the casting director of the show along with Anmol Ahuja, played the role of Hathoda Tyagi in the film. While his performance has been praised a lot, a section of the media was not happy with him acting in the show.

Abhishek and Anmol both have maintained that it’s not their call and the director takes the final decision. “Thappad” actor Harssh A Singh has come in support of the duo and asked that why should a casting director defend himself.

Harssh, who was casted by Anmol and Abhishek for “Tu Hai Mera Sunday”, said, “I have known Anmol for a long time. He casted me for ‘Tu Hai Mera Sunday’. After ‘Pataal Lok’ came out, I saw a long post by him on Facebook explaining how actors were casted for the show. And I thought, why should a casting director defend himself? Why is he being accused for casting his people? I mean, they should understand that the director is not a fool and he has his own vision if he is directing a show/film.”

Though the actor accepts that there are some people from Abhishek and Anmol’s casting agency, he feels that it’s ultimately the director’s call.

Harssh said, “I have just seen the first episode and I saw a girl playing a hawaldar who is associated with Abhishek and Anmol. I have heard that there are other people as well. But even if they have got their own people on-board, it’s the director’s final call. And looking at the success of the show, I can say that the director made the right choice.”

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