Filmmaker Subhash Ghai and his spouse Mukta Ghai hosted a cocktail party in Mumbai to rejoice their marriage ceremony anniversary. The evening was attended by Ghai’s Khalnayak actors Madhuri Dixit, Sanjay Dutt, Jackie Shroff and Anupam Kher. Madhuri’s husband Dr Shriram Nene who was additionally part of the celebration, took to Instagram and shared glimpses from the social gathering and left followers nostalgic. Also learn: 30 years of Khal Nayak: Alka Yagnik says she was initially shy about singing Madhuri Dixit’s iconic music Choli Ke Peeche
Subhash Ghai’s marriage ceremony anniversary
Wishing Subhash Ghai and Mukta, Shriram wrote on the photo-sharing app, “It’s the company that makes the evening. A very happy wedding anniversary to @subhashghai1 #MuktaGhai and to @muktaartsltd.”
The photos were seemingly clicked at the director’s house. The first photo featured Madhuri, Dr Shriram and Subhash. This was followed by a group photo where Madhuri, Dr Shriram and Subhash were joined by Anupam Kher, Sanjay Dutt and Jackie Shroff. It was followed by two more selfies from the dinner.
Soon after he posted them, fans wondered if Khalnayak 2 is on the cards. One of them commented, “Khalnayak team ek sath (team reunited).” “I think Kalnayak 2 is coming,” added another. Someone also said, “Missing Ramya Krishnan and Rakhee Ji in this get together.”
30 years of Khalnayak
Khalnayak remains one of the most popular films of Subhash Ghai. Madhuri and Neena Gupta’s song Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai was one of the highlights of Khalnayak.
In 2020, Subhash Ghai had confirmed to Mumbai Mirror that a sequel to Khalnayak was in the pipeline. He said, “For the last six-seven months we have only been creating content and now, I’m ready with two bound scripts – a sequel to Khal Nayak and a remake of my first directorial, Kalicharan.” However, there’s no update on the film.
Khalnayak completed 30 years since its release. On the occasion, Subhash had told Hindustan Times, “We do not have enough talent to meet the growing demands of the country. That’s why, mediocre people are hired. If 20 good films are being made, only a handful has people who have the skills to make it successful. It’s our misconception that we have enough talented people and that’s why most films today are not working. And when I talk about talent, it includes everyone who runs the entertainment business- from director, content head, actor, editor to the technicians.”
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Source web site: www.hindustantimes.com