Veteran filmmaker Subhash Ghai, who spent more than four decades in Bollywood and gave memorable films like Khalnayak, Karz, hero and Ram Lakhan, says the content for the entertainment industry is now created with a lot of depth and perspective.
"Recent years have seen a rapid growth in entertainment, communication and fashion, but also in other areas of technology. The content for the entertainment industry is now created with a lot of depth and perspective. The idea of putting strong emphasis on social issues and awareness through the media platforms has increased, "Ghai told IANS about trends in the entertainment industry, communication and fashion.
He stressed that the behavior of environmentally conscious customers has led the fashion industry to evolve dramatically.
Ghai began his career in Hindi cinema as an actor with the 1967 film Taqdeer. His debut as a director was the success of Shatrughan Sinha and Reena Roy in 1975 Kalicharan – that he also wrote. He became producer with his musical classic "Karz" in 1980.
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He created his own company, Mukta Arts Pvt Ltd, in which he produced the evergreen musical blockbuster "Hero" featuring Jackie Shroff. This was followed by many blockbusters in a row, including Meri Jung, Karma, Ram Lakhan, Saudagar, Khalnayak, By and Taal until 2001.
As a producer, Ghai has supported films like Aitraaz, 36 China Town, Apna Sapna Money Money, Joggers Park and Iqbal, as well as regional films like Nauka Dubi in Bengali, Shehnai Chogde and Samhita in Marathi and Double Di Trouble in Punjabi.
He has also established an international film school in Mumbai, Whistling Woods International (WWI), which has national and international students on campus and boasts of exporting education to many countries, including Britain and Canada. Nigeria.
The institute is back with another edition of Celebrate Cinema.
For its seventh year, the two-day event that begins on Friday highlights the history and advances of Indian cinema among moviegoers, enthusiasts and aspirants.
"The year 2018 in particular has been marked by major advances in almost every field, from technology to filmmaking. This year's Celebrate Cinema focuses on tackling and highlighting these advances before talented young aspires.
"To do this, the event will include numerous workshops as well as round tables that not only address filmmaking, but also highlight the progress of music, literature and music." virtual reality, among others. In addition, the event will also feature exhibitions such as unique film costume exhibits and exhibits of cinematographic material and equipment, "said the filmmaker.
Konkona Sen Sharma, Tillotama Shome, Terence Lewis, Pyarelal (music composer), Rajat Kapoor, Rahul Bose and many other actors in film, technology, creative arts, media and communications are likely to be present.
Commenting on the vision of the First World War, Ghai said, "Our vision is to partner with a variety of highly acclaimed organizations, companies and experts to ensure that our students gain hands-on experience in their field of study. Recognizing the need to expand our independently designed model of education, our long-term vision is to extend the First World War to other sectors and geographic areas, in addition to our current institutes in Mumbai, Pune, United Kingdom. United Kingdom and Nigeria.