Blind Item – 2017 – Bollywood – December 7

The blind item below comes from SuperCinema and it’s about the same story you hear when it comes to veteran Bollywood people and newcomers. It’s a hard struggle out there in Bollywood and they really do have to keep up if they want to stay in the industry. What is it with veterans not being able to let someone else shine in their presence? Why the need to be in control of everything? Well, hopefully this person gets what she’s looking for soon even if this ship has already sailed.

Take a look at who we are talking about.

 

Bollywood Blind Item

Blind Item – 2017 - Bollywood - December 7

 

This producer was attached to make a film for his long time associate nally making his directorial debut with it. The associate picked up a really hard hitting story and worked endlessly to make it a great script which he then presented to some of the premiere most actors in the country and they agreed to be a part of the film as well. But now just months before the film was nally going to mount the sets the producer has all of a sudden kicked the associate out of the project and overtaken it and will be directing the movie as well.

Our sources tell us that although they both are saying that the parting of their ways was due to mutual consent but that is far from the truth. The real matter is that the producer was trying to make his own directorial film take off but was struggling big time to land the correct actors for the film. He felt that his associate’s film would be a far better thing for him and his dying career and jumped on the opportunity to direct his associate’s film. The associate has been told that he would be allowed to make a new movie for the banner next but we feel that he would be moving out soon. Watch this space!

 

OSOP Guesses

Producer: Vishal Bhardwaj

Associate: Honey Trehan

Blind Item – 2017 - Bollywood - December 7

Blind Item – 2017 - Bollywood - December 7

Blind Item – 2017 - Bollywood - December 7

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8 Responses

  1. Shivanisd says:

    Vishal doesnt seem like a decent human being to me..now i have some proof for it.

  2. Amanda says:

    Robbing credits is not OK vishal sir… I can understand how the associate might have felt after he was kicked out of his own project after putting a lot of effort in creating a script and getting big stars onboard.. I don’t know how often this is happening in bollywood. If someone would do this to me I will kick his ass..

    • lightsaber says:

      So true. Vishal Bharadwaj’s films have a bumpy record. His most successful films were those that were based on Shakespeare’s plays. The unsuccessful ones are those where Bharadwaj’s wrote the story himself or chose another author’s work. What I am trying to say here is that VB’s skills in translating a story to script that connects with audience is limited. That limitation is offset when he uses already successful plots like Shakespeare’s, whose story arcs are legendary.

      Another brawl is unfolding as we speak, regarding Hichki director not giving story credit to the original author. Sanjay L Bhansali has done this repeatedly — HDDCS, Guzaarish. Why not give story credit to the original author, and let other people take credit for screenplay, dialogues, etc.? Is this for cost-cutting? God these people are such scammers!

      • lightsaber says:

        Edit: That limitation is offset when he uses already successful plots like Shakespeare’s, whose story arcs are legendary and half the job is already done for VB.

        • Amanda says:

          I agree about VB’s strength and weakness… I was shocked about SLB.. I always thought he did many things by himself since he doesn’t get easily satisfied with other’s works.. How much in film industry everyone has to fight for their own rights and there are plenty of people ready to steal the readymade dishes and give their own labels to it.. That’s why the content of the movies has been poor.. The writers are not paid enough and their work gets stolen by some filmmakers…

          • bucketbot says:

            I thought SLB and VB were ‘comeplete filmmakers’ in the sense that they wrote, directed and composed music for their films on their own, for the most part. In the interviews/newspieces I read i got the impression that these people were perfectionists who would wouldn’t accept anything less than the right frame. Now this news saddens me.

          • Admin says:

            No accomplished creative person can achieve something on his/her own. They need help, but whether or not they give people the right and derserved credit, that’s up to them.

          • shivanisd says:

            This is Bollywood. Every image is fake.

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