Covid-19: Nearly 7,000 infections in 1 day, tally jumps past 1.38 lakh | No resumption of passenger flight operation in Maharashtra now: Uddhav Thackeray | BJP-TMC faceoff as Dilip Ghosh en-route to his constituency stopped by police | Bengal Guv urges people to remain calm, asks govt to act fast in restoring services | With four new positive cases Assam COVID-19 cases surge to 350 |

Read our ultimate guide to find the best Indian online casino 2020! We help Indian players choose top online casinos based on several criterial such as withdraw options, promotions and selection of casino games!

Ads
Neerja family didn't charge any money for rights

Neerja family didn't charge any money for rights

India Blooms News Service | 11 Feb 2016, 02:18 am
Mumbai, Feb 10 (IBNS): Sonam Kapoor starrer Neerja has been carrying immense buzz amongst the audiences for its content.
The film which is a real life story of Neerja Bhanot who sacrificed her life and saved many others in a plan hijack would be portrayed to the audiences on big screen on February 19.
 
News is that the makers of the film haven't paid any money for buying the right of the subject. 
 
When the idea of making a film on this particular case hit the makers, they immediately got in touch with Neerja Bhanot's family who reside in Chandigarh. The makers met Neerja's mother and her two brothers to discuss what they had in mind. 
 
After sharing the idea, Neerja's brother just had one request, they did not ask for any money to purchase the right of the subject, In fact, the family only said that to keep the honour of Neerja intact while the filming of the movie. 
 
The makers as promised have made the film and the family is very happy and glad with the entire content and the way the movie has turned out to be. 
 
In fact, Sonam also visited Neerja's house in Chandigarh and met Neerja's mom, Rama Bhanot (who recently passed away) and she expressed that how she felt her own daughter has walked in the house.
 
Neerja's family has been present through the journey of the film, the brothers were present at the trailer launch which took place at a suburban theatre. 
 
“We are all touched by Neerja’s family’s gesture (of not asking for any money). We have all given more than our 100% to live up to their expectations, and do full justice to Neerja’s story,” says director Ram Madhvani.

Neerja family didn't charge any money for rights

India Blooms News Service
Comments ()

Post your comment:

Web Analytics