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PostPosted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 4:01 am 
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Official website is updated. Check it out.


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Two pieces of info I've discovered at the website;
1. Film release date is February 16th.
2. "64 Squares" is VVCs first Hollywood film.


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hal wrote:
Official website is updated. Check it out.


http://www.eklavyatheroyalguard.com/trailer.htm ??

What's the update since "DVD Collector" posted Dec 26 ??


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No, it has been updated as hal posted the info. When I discovered the site, it never had the selection of "The Story" "The Making" "The Legend of Eklavya" et al.


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DVD Collector wrote:
it has been updated as hal posted the info. When I discovered the site, it never had the selection of "The Story" "The Making" "The Legend of Eklavya" et al.


Mystery solved.

I was clicking:
http://www.eklavyatheroyalguard.com/trailer.htm
that didn't have any additional info or option to click for the updated site.

I deleted "trailer" from the web address and then it takes me to the full website.
http://www.eklavyatheroyalguard.com/

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Looks very interesting. This will be one film to watch and may clean up on all the awards and box office competition.


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Some interviews and other insights on the movie blogspot;

http://www.eklavyatheroyalguard.blogspot.com/

Looking like Feb 16 for the release of Eklavya.

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ali wrote:
Some interviews and other insights on the movie blogspot;

http://www.eklavyatheroyalguard.blogspot.com/

Looking like Feb 16 for the release of Eklavya.

Ali


and no music released yet :shock:

btw ali bhaii, can you please change the thread title to be more up to date like previews, reviews etc


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I just saw making of eklavya!! solid hai beedoo!! :P

Sanjay dutt's get up seems amazing!

It is parineeta mixed with MK in Rajhastaan!

It baffles me why VVC did not release music while film is releasing coming friday :?: :roll: :?

One song I saw was very good!

Saif and Vidya seems out of parineeta into eklavya!

All the rest r there too.

Viday seems our new uncrowned SMOOCH QUEEN :wink:

If VINOD PARDHAN is holding camera, it is 4 me to watch in theatre!


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Chopra has proclaimed that AB’s performance in Eklavya is the best that Bollywood has ever seen of AB.

Chopra is so smitten by Bachchan that he has signed him for several projects in the future. Vidhu is making a movie named Talisman which will feature AB. This movie was earlier titled Chandrakanta, but the name was eventually changed. It is being directed by Ram Madhvani, and is supposed to be a fantastical film. Ram Madhvani had made a small film called Let’s Talk in 2002 that starred Boman Irani. According to Vidhu, “Talisman is a fantasy; it is Indian’s reply to Lord of the Rings. It is really something that is very huge.”

What’s interesting is that they have even shot the trailer of Talisman and it will be shown with Eklavya in theatres. Chopra had used a similar strategy earlier where he shot trailers of Lagey Raho Munnabhai and Eklavya even before the movie went on floors and showcased those trailers during Parineeta. Apart from Talisman, he will also be showing the trailer of Munnabhai Chale Amrica – the third in the Munnabhai series with Eklavya. That makes Eklavya all the more anticipated.

Finally when we ask him about his ambitious project Move 5 which he had planned with Amitabh Bachchan even before Eklavya, Vidhu replies, “The film is surely on. But it will now be called 64 Squares”. If one remembers Move 5 is based on the game of chess.

That justifies the title 64 Squares. With so much on his plate, Vidhu is sure to escalate to dizzying heights of success in Bollywood.


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it will be criminal for not to watch in true 5.1 preferably dts.

btw who is cinematographer :?:


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Arsh, the cinematographer is Natarajan Subramanium - same guy who did the DP for "Parineeta" and the one who did the DP for "Black Friday".


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I'm really looking forward to this one. Hopefully VVC won't let us down.


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hal wrote:
Arsh, the cinematographer is Natarajan Subramanium - same guy who did the DP for "Parineeta" and the one who did the DP for "Black Friday".


oh I see!!I did not see black friday!! parineeta was good!!but I love Binod Pardhan with VVC, killer combo

Any idea? why on the earth VVC held back MUSIC RELEASE?


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I'm having second thoughts about going to see this at the cinema just because it’s been released by Eros. The last movie I watched from Eros (Khakee) was chopped to pieces especially the end fight scene. I really want to see this movie on the big screen but only if its intact and not touched by the scissors of some random gimp at Eros :roll:

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ali wrote:
I'm having second thoughts about going to see this at the cinema just because it’s been released by Eros. The last movie I watched from Eros (Khakee) was chopped to pieces especially the end fight scene. I really want to see this movie on the big screen but only if its intact and not touched by the scissors of some random gimp at Eros :roll:

Ali


ali bhaii it will be rated to mature audience in UK based on smooch! :wink: so beware!kidding!

Eros release is a big bummer for me too.


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