Akshay Kumar and Kareena Kapoor went on and on when their Kambakkht Ishq was released, about how huge a hit it was. Of course, the collections were in contradiction to their comments but they were in no mood to see reason. Finally, many weeks after the film was pronounced a flop by the trade, Kareena reportedly adÂmitted in an interview that the film had failedOctober 23, 2009 | shetty 14
TRADE TALK â€“ Film Industryâ€™s Reality Show
October 23, 2009 by TFSJ
In all my years in the film industry, Iâ€™ve seen a lot changing. The way the films are made, how they are released, the attitudes of stars and technicians, everything but everything has undergone a metamorphosis. While some things have changed for the better, there are other spaces in which the industry finds itself worse off than what it was before the change occurred.
However, thereâ€™s one thing that has not changed at all. And from the look of it, it doesnâ€™t seem, itâ€™s going to change in the weeks, months and years to come.
Shaheen Raaj finds out all about Hrithik Roshan’s historical journey in ‘Jodhaa Akbar’ .
Hrithik Roshan has finally ventured out, once again, of the Filmkraft home turf. The die was cast with Sanjay Gadviâ€™s Dhoom 2 and now he is eating, drinking, walking, sleeping and breathing nothing else but Ashutosh Gowarikarâ€™s magnum opus Jodhaa Akbar.
Excerpts from an interview:
Lata Khubchandani interviews Hrithik Roshan
How was working with Ashutosh Gowarikar?
Heâ€™s one of the most evolved directors Iâ€™ve worked with. My primary reason for doing Jodhaa Akbar was that I wanted to work with him.