India’s very own desi-p*rn artiste Ishika Borah denied visa by Pakistan

Bollywood actress and India’s first art-nude model Ishika Borah has been denied visa by Pakistan to shoot there. Borah was scheduled join an Indian cast and crew unit with director Rameshnath Venkat Rao.

Ishika Borah said she is very sad and disappointed that out of the unit of 22 all other 21 persons were granted visas and she was the only one denied a visa.

However, sources in the Pakistan High Commission said that Borah’s visa was not denied, but has been delayed as some documents were not in place.

Mumbai-based model Ishika Borah is India’s first actor to star in a Hinglish Adult Sex-Comedy (soft-porn-comedy) film, like the 2002 British-French-American sex comedy film written by Tracey Jackson and directed by Daisy von Scherler Mayer titled “The Guru”.

The only thing is that this project is far more steamier than “The Guru” and if sources are to be believed will possibly also have real-porn scenes in the 120-minute film.

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Ishika Borah became India’s first artiste to officially shoot porn sequences for director Rameshnath Venkat Rao’s Hinglish Adult Sex-Comedy film “My Wife’s Bf” produced by Suneet Vohra of Tribhuvan Trilok Films. Of course the shoot did not take place in India and we are not sure if those porn scenes will finally make it to the film.

Director Rameshnath Venkat Rao’s Holly-Bollywood project, which portrays the true life story of a porn star is being produced and co-directed by Suneet Vohra who has announced his latest film comedy film “My Wife’s Bf”

Rao and Vohra have cast art-nude model Ishika Borah to play a steamy role in the film. While the rest of the star cast is not known, sources close to Tribhuvan Trilok Films – the production house, said that actresses Mahima Singh as well as Soniya Priya Kapoor are part of the project.

Suneet Vohra was impressed with photographs of Ishika Borah shot by international glamour photographer Lynn Baxter. The Mumbai-based art nude model had recently shot with Lynn Baxter for a German men’s magazine.

Rs 400-cr folklore film “Pratapgad” to be shot in Goa, could generate employment for over 1000 Goan youth: Maneesh Singh

Industrialist, NRI businessman and producer Trilok Mukhi and co-producer Maneesh Singh have announced a Rs 400 crore mega budget Bollywood film which will be co-directed by Singh and Jazon Fernandez.

Almost 60 percent of the film is likely to be shot in South Goa and it could generate employment for over about 1000 Goan youth for about 4 months, Singh announced today in Mumbai.

Co-producer Maneesh Singh who studied in Goa and spent the early years of his life in Dabolim – as his father was posted at the Naval Station at Dabolim which is a part of the Naval base INS Hansa said the production will hire Goan youth as extras, security staff, drivers and helpers, etc. “We are scouting for locations in South Goa – we need a really big secluded hilly space which is far away from the city and crowds for at least 4 to 5 months to erect the sets for the film,” Singh told IndiaScribes.com.

The production unit is also in talks with a recruitment firm from Pune to hire out the manpower from Goa. We are in talks with several people. We have not yet applied for permission from the Goa government as we have not yet finalized the place, Singh revealed.

The civilian airport or Dabolim airport is also part of this naval enclave in Goa where Singh lived during his childhood and has very fond memories of the Goa of the early 70s.

Sources say, Mukhi and Singh have teamed up with Hollywood director Jazon Fernandez to direct and co-produce a mega budget historical film that will also incorporate loads of Indian mythology and folklore.

Fernandez who is associated with the Hollywood studio Apollonius Films visited Goa, Chennai and toured various historical venues in Maharashtra over the last 2-3 months for research into the film.

The film revolves around the myths, folklore, folktales and legends around Pratapgad – also transcribed as Pratapgarh or Pratapgadh, literally ‘Valour Fort’ which is a large fort located in Satara district, in the Western Indian state of Maharashtra. Significant as the site of the Battle of Pratapgad, the fort is now a popular tourist destination.

Pratapgad fort is located 15 kilometers from Poladpur and 23 kilometres west of Mahabaleshwar, a popular hill station in the area. The fort stands 1,080 metres (3,540 ft) above sea level and is built on a spur which overlooks the road between the villages of Par and Kinesvar.

The Maratha king Shivaji Maharaj commissioned Moropant Trimbak Pingle, his prime minister, to undertake the construction of this fort in order to defend the banks of the Nira and the Koyna rivers, and to defend the Par pass. It was completed in 1656. The Battle of Pratapgarh between Shivaji and Afzal Khan was fought below the ramparts of this fort on November 10, 1659.

In addition to the celebrity cast, Jazon who will co-direct the film along with Mukhi said he was also looking out for new and talented youngsters for smaller and supporting roles in the film. About 20 per cent of the film is based on VFX and animation, but there will be real life scenes and action as well. The film is set in the time between 1600 AD and 1800 AD and features the both genuine historical characters which mingle with local folklore and mythology.

“The estimated budget of the film is about Rs 400 crore and the project is in Hinglish, though the film will be dubbed in at least 40 world languages when it releases late 2019,” he mentioned.

Speaking to an Indian news website, IndiaScribes.com, Jazon said, “Most Indian mythological films are based on Hindu mythological characters based primarily on the Ramayana and Mahabharata and other related mythology. Our story and script for Pratapgad is not based on Hindu mythology at all, instead draws in from local folklore and myths, folktales, legends and fairy tales.

“A team of over 35 writers and researchers are currently working on the script which will be ready within 2 months. The film will boast of over main 400 characters with several hundred other artistes,” Mukhi revealed.

Trilok Mukhi Films announces Rs 400 crore mega-budget historical folklore film “Pratapgad”

If Bollywood sources in Mumbai are to be believed, producer and director Trilok Mukhi has announced a Rs 400 crore mega budget Bollywood film

Sources say, Mukhi has teamed up with Hollywood director Jazon Fernandez to direct and co-produce a mega budget historical film that will also incorporate loads of Indian mythology and folklore.

Anita Kamble of Mytle PR & Media, Indian media representatives of Fernandez in India, confirmed the director did sign a deal with Trilok Mukhi’s production house – Trilok Mukhi Films.

Fernandez who is associated with the Hollywood studio Apollonius Films visited Goa, Chennai and toured various historical venues in Maharashtra over the last two months for research into the film.

The film revolves around the myths, folklore, folktales and legends around Pratapgad – also transcribed as Pratapgarh or Pratapgadh, literally ‘Valour Fort’ which is a large fort located in Satara district, in the Western Indian state of Maharashtra. Significant as the site of the Battle of Pratapgad, the fort is now a popular tourist destination.

Pratapgad fort is located 15 kilometres from Poladpur and 23 kilometres west of Mahabaleshwar, a popular hill station in the area. The fort stands 1,080 metres (3,540 ft) above sea level and is built on a spur which overlooks the road between the villages of Par and Kinesvar.

The Maratha king Shivaji Maharaj commissioned Moropant Trimbak Pingle, his prime minister, to undertake the construction of this fort in order to defend the banks of the Nira and the Koyna rivers, and to defend the Par pass. It was completed in 1656. The Battle of Pratapgarh between Shivaji and Afzal Khan was fought below the ramparts of this fort on November 10, 1659

In addition to the celebrity cast, Jazon who will co-direct the film along with Mukhi said he was also looking out for new and talented youngsters for smaller and supporting roles in the film. About 20 per cent of the film is based on VFX and animation, but there will be real life scenes and action as well. The film is set in the time between 1600 AD and 1800 AD and features the both genuine historical characters which mingle with local folklore and mythology.

“The estimated budget of the film is about Rs 400 crore and the project is in Hinglish, though the film will be dubbed in at least 40 world languages when it releases late 2019,” he mentioned.

Speaking to an Indian news website, IndiaScribes.com, Jazon said, “Most Indian mythological films are based on Hindu mythological characters based primarily on the Ramayana and Mahabharata and other related mythology. Our story and script for Pratapgad is not based on Hindu mythology at all, instead draws in from local folklore and myths, folktales, legends and fairy tales.

“A team of over 35 writers and researchers are currently working on the script which will be ready within 2 months. The film will boast of over main 400 characters with several hundred other artistes,” Mukhi revealed.

OMG! Has Ramya Pranjali Tanna been selected for Bigg Boss 11, as Salman Khan personally interviews shortlisted inmates?

One of India’s most controversial celebrity reality show’s ‘Bigg Boss’ in its 11th avatar will soon hit TV screens in India and like last year, commoners or aam aadmi will also be participating in the show, which is hosted by Salman Khan.

But, according to reports,  being a contestant in season 11 will not be so easy.

According to a media report, gossip mills claim that the 51-year-old actor will be personally meeting (read interviewing) the shortlisted participants.

This is being done in order to avoid contestants who can make things go ugly later during the show, throw uncontrollable tantrums like Swami Om and Priyanka Jagga and hijack the entire show.

Another piece of gossip doing the rounds is that the 20-something actress Ramya Pranjali Tanna from nearby Mumbai has been selected for Bigg Boss 11.

Now who is Ramya Pranjali Tanna you may ask? 

She is the same hot lass who has been signed on by director and producer Suneet Vohra in a three-film deal for the Tamil-Hindi remake of the original Ravi Chopra-directed Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan and Hema Malini starrer Baghban.

The project is as yet untitled and a name is expected soon, once the director and producer are able to register a suitable name, said sources.

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Vohra announced this officially on his Facebook account on Wednesday morning, but it seems that the 3-film deal was signed by BrickBat Films, Suneet Vohra and Ramya Pranjali Tanna on Tuesday evening itself. Maneesh Singh is the co-producer on this project.

While not much information is available on the financial details of the deal, our source tells us that this Tamil remake is a big budget project and both BrickBat Films and Sunnet Vohra along with co-producer Maneesh Singh would be investing nearly Rs 125 crore in the project.

The 20-something actor Ramya Pranjali Tanna speaking to a IndiaScribes.com said that she was thrilled to be part of the three-film deal with BrickBat Films and was looking forward to shooting with the talented and enterprising director Suneet Vohra. Tanna is expected to play the main lead in this project which will be dubbed in Hindi and other Indian languages.

Details of the other two projects are not yet available and Vohra said it would be revealed at the appropriate time.

Baghban was a 2003 Bollywood drama film directed by Ravi Chopra, featuring Salman Khan, Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini in lead roles.

This film was remade in Kannada as Ee Bandhana in 2007 starring Vishnuvardhan and Jaya Pradha in the leads. Baghban was originally a remake of Oon Paoos, a Marathi film. Raja Paranjape was the lead actor and director of Oon Paoos. It explores themes that are prevalent in the play King Lear by Shakespeare, because Raj suffers much pain and duress at the hands of his children.

Vohra in association with director Maneesh Singh had earlier announced a film on the life of Pakistani social media sensation Qandeel Baloch, but was denied a visa by the Pakistani Government to shoot in Multan – the native village where Baloch lived.

The Indian film producers body – Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) had declared a ban on Pakistani actors working in Indian films and Singh announced that he had temporarily put the Qandeel Baloch film project in the cold storage.

Singh has now teamed up with Vohra to jointly co-produce the Tamil-Hindi version of a great classic..

Watch: Dandupalaya 2 Actress Sanjjanaa Galrani’s Leaked Nude Video And Photos Go Viral

A scene from the movie Dandupalya 2, which shows Sanjjanna Galrani being stripped by the police officer, played by actor P Ravishankar, has been allegedly leaked online. However, the particular scene has been deleted in the movie, which got released last Friday, after Regional Censor Board raised objections to it.

The film team claims that they are completely unaware on how the video got leaked online. Actress Sanjjanna on her twitter page has requested everyone to be patient as she will clear everything within few days. The movie Dandupalya 2 has been in the news for all the wrong reasons. Recently,actors Sanjjanna Galrani and Pooja Gandhi were at logger heads in a press meet owing to promotion issue.

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The movie which is based on the gang called Dandupalaya has actors Makrand Deshpande, Ravi Kale and Petrol Prasanna in the lead roles. Dandupalya 3 is set for August release.

Goa-born, Hollywood director Jazon Fernandez of Apollonius Films visits Mumbai, announces tie-up with director Suneet Vohra

Goa-born, Hollywood director Jazon Fernandez is currently visiting Mumbai this weekend. Fernandez who is associated with the Hollywood studio Apollonius Films is scouting for talent and will also be visiting Chennai next weekend. He has also announced a tie-up with Bollywood director Suneet Vohra of Tribhuvan Trilok Films.

According to Anita Kamble of Mytle PR & Media, Indian media representatives of Fernandez in India, Jazon who met with a top Bollywood director is casting for a big budget VFX and animation-based mythological film based on Indian mythology.

Fernandez who is associated with the Hollywood studio Apollonius Films is scouting for talent and will also be visiting Chennai next weekend said his Indian representative.

Jazon is scheduled to meet with several film-makers in Mumbai over the weekend, but is not willing to share much details or his complete itinerary as his visit is otherwise supposed to be a secret.

Jazon said the film he is casting for is based on Indian and Greek mythology and casting is going on in Mumbai. He has meetings lined up with 3 top Bollywood actresses and will also meet up with a top Bollywod male star over the weekend.

In addition to the celebrity cast, Jazon said he was also looking out for new and talented youngsters for smaller roles in the film. Reports state that about 30 per cent of the film is based on VFX and animation, but there will be real life scenes as well. The film is set in the time between 500 BC and 700 BC and features the heroic age, is all that Jazon was willing to share with this reporter.

“The estimated budget of the film is about Rs 450 crore and the project is fully in English, though the film will be dubbed in at least 40 world languages when it releases late next year,” he mentioned.

Speaking to an Indian news website, IndiaNewsInfo.com, Jazon said, “Most Indian mythological films are based on Hindu mythological characters based primarily on the Ramayan and Mahabharata and other related mythology. Our story and script is not based on Hindu mythology at all.

Tamil and South Indian cinema also has seen various mythological projects. Though mythological films played a prominent role in the early years of Tamil cinema, they slowly faded away, giving way to family and socially relevant dramas.

In the late 1950s and 1960s mythological films got a new lease of life in Tamil cinema with the films of legendary writer/director A P Nagarajan, called the Master of Mythological Cinema, superstar Rajinikanth’s Kochadaiiyaan was also one of the well-known projects, though today there is not much focus on mythological cinema. Referring to super blockbusters like Bahuballi 2, Jazon opined that though he has not yet seen the film, it is basically a historical film and not a mythological film.

Hemant Nilim Das to bring the tale of Sania Mirza on Celluloid with Violina Audrey

Director Hemant Nilim Das is working on a script based on Sania Mirza’s life and career featuring model and actress Violina Audrey in the main lead. This will be a full-fledged feature film based on the life of an Indian tennis star.

Violina Audrey, residing in Mumbai for the last one year has been pursuing a modeling carrier over the last two years since she was 16. She has been associated with brands like Neptune Steelo, Kohinoor Aqua. She has been honoured by being the brand ambassador for a prestigious web portal frenzebee. A recent 3-film deal with the Bollywood banner Innovation Next Media has also opened the doors for her Bollywood dreams. Violina Audrey father was a big time fan of Hollywood legend Audrey Hepburn and she was named after her.

Says director Hemant Nilim Das, “The film is definitely inspired by the life of Tennis Doubles World Champion Sania Mirza, but it is best to say that is based on anyone who dreams of making it big and chases the dreams against all odds.” The film tentatively titled I Bole Toh India is produced by Innovation Next Media and presented and distributed by SF Trading Music. More details will be available soon as work and casting proceeds, says Hemant Nilim Das.