Results 1 to 6 of 6
04-17-2009, 11:19 AM #1
Blue Eiffel Tower in London Dreams
Vipul Shah's forthcoming magnum opus London Dreams starring Salman Khan, Ajay Devgan and Asin will be the first ever film to feature a blue-colored lit Eiffel Tower. In case you are wondering if the Eiffel Tower has actually been painted in blue, let us tell you that the blue colour is courtesy the special lighting which was on the Eiffel tower for a certain period to mark the beginning of France's presidency in the European Union.
Vipul Shah obviously is elated that not only did he get to shoot his film at the world-famous Eiffel tower but also got a chance to be part of this rare specially coloured look for the historic monument. He states, "When we were initially planning to shoot a scene and a song in front of the Eiffel tower, we had no idea that we were in for a pleasant surprise. The whole of France was celebrating the country's presidency in the European Union and as a special tribute the Eiffel tower had a special blue lighting which gave it a spectacular look. I am lucky that ours would be the first and probably the only film to feature this special blue look of the Eiffel tower as the lighting was on only for a limited period."
Quiz him on whether London Dreams would still arrive in August and Vipul replies, "Shooting of the film is complete. As for the release date, we will have to wait and watch how things shape up considering the on-going strike."
Meanwhile, Vipul is already busy with the shooting of his next film Action Replay starring Akshay Kumar and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. There were some reports in certain section of the media that the film's storyline is similar to the Brad Pitt- Cate Blanchett Oscar nominated film The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. In fact, Warner Bros. had even issued a public notice threatening to sue anybody who tries to remake the film without their approval. However, Vipul is quick to dismiss any such rumours about his film. "My film Action Replay is based on a play of the same name that I had done nearly 15 years ago. We had performed around 200 shows of the same play. So there is no question of me violating the copyrights of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button when there is no similarity whatsoever between the storyline of the two films," signs off Vipul.
04-17-2009, 01:20 PM #2
04-17-2009, 03:23 PM #3
04-17-2009, 03:58 PM #4
04-17-2009, 08:19 PM #5
Thanks !!!<img src=http://www.orkut-scrap.net/img/Animated-Dolls/1.gif >
04-17-2009, 08:21 PM #6