- Director Suraj Tiwari’s I AM ZERO goes on floors today 15 December 2017
- CHALU DYA TUMCHA releasing on 15 December 2017
- The makers of 'Fandry' and 'Half Ticket' collaborate on the upcoming 'Raakshas' by Dyanesh Zoting
- It was a challenging task shooting for the underground sequence in Ek Deewana Tha : Delnaaz
- Acting gives you an opportunity to live many lives within one life : Mudasir Zafar
The temperature was just right at this exclusive evening hosted by Mohinder Khajuria and Sang Bok Park from Korea at the Sun n Sand in Juhu, Mumbai to announce their association ‘Rampark Entertainment’. The company will foray into producing Films and TV shows for India.
The evening saw an interesting mix of Mumbaikars from different walks of life. The evening was anchored by Viveck Shettyy, Managing Director, Indus Communications who ensured it was light hearted, sharp witted and great fun.
The Comedy tadka by Rajeev Nigam further raised the temperature of the evening as he had the audience in splits with his own unique style of slap stick comedy. His wise cracks on prominent Bollywood personalities in particular was highly appreciated.
Larra Shah looked striking in a black outfit. Aly Khan was spotted on the circuit after a long time and was accompanied by Denzil Smith. Sanjay Patil, honorable MP, made his presence felt despite the hectic pre election scenario in Mumbai.
Prithvi Soni and Ebraheem Jetha ensured the art fraternity was also well represented. Music Director Shravan, came in late and Umaesh Pherwani looked dapper in a black jacket. Actor Yogiraj, Mr. Girish Batra of Roti Punjab were also enjoying the evening.
Vedika, Reshu Res, Cyndy Khojol and Palak Shukla added to the glamour quotient of the evening. Harish, the chocolate hero of yesteryears was the surprise quotient of the evening. Mohinder Khajuria along with his Korean Partner Sang Bok Park was overheard mentioning details of their forthcoming Bollywood projects. And not just that, Indo Korean television serials may soon occupy prime time on Indian television.