‘Balak Palak’ completes 100 days, Riteish ecstatic (Movie Snippets)

Mumbai, April 12 (IANS) Actor Riteish Deshmukh’s maiden production venture, Marathi film “Balak Palak” (BP), has completed 100 days in theatres and he is rejoicing.

“BP celebrates 100 days at the cinemas – thank you for all the love, support and appreciation,” tweeted the 34-year-old, who has co-produced the film with Uttung Thakur.

Directed by Ravi Jadhav, the film that talks about curiosity about sex among adolescents hit the theatres Jan 4.

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Arshad Warsi high on ‘Dedh Ishqiya’

Looking at the excitement of Arsahd Warsi one can easily say that “Dedh Ishqiya” will be no less than dark drama “Ishqiya”.

Arshad was part of “Ishqiya” and his performance was highly appreciated by the viewers along with Naseeruddin Shah and Vidya Balan.

Currently busy shooting for the last schedule of “Dedh Ishqiya”, the 44-year-old tweeted: “Back on shoot for ‘Dedh Ishqiya’ from the day after, last 40 days and another awesome movie will be complete.”

Directed by Abishek Chaubhey and produced by Vishal Bhardwaj, the film also stars Madhuri Dixit, Huma Qureshi and Naseer.

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Butterflies in Sanjay Gupta’s stomach!

The ‘dialogue promos’ of “Shootout At Wadala” have come out Friday and director Sanjay Gupta is a little nervous about the response.

“Today is a very auspicious day. I am so glad that our dialogue promos and our anthem, ‘Aala re aala’ are out today. God bless our film,” Gupta tweeted.

“Only three dialogue promos out yet, but I can feel the heat now. And the faint flutter of a butterfly in my gut,” he further posted.

Inspired by Mumbai Police’s first official encounter, “Shootout At Wadala” revolves around gangster Manya Surve, played by John Abraham.

The cast also features Anil Kapoor, Kangana Ranaut, Tusshar Kapoor and Sonu Sood in key roles.

It is scheduled for a May 1 release.

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