Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Mumbai (UNI): Sajid Nadiadwala, who has delivered hits like Jeet, Judwaa, Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega, and Mujse Shaadi Karogi, plans to foray into overseas distribution and financing even as his company celebrates its golden jubilee. The banner will go corporate in a big way in the near future and the company's future plan of expansion would be in overseas distribution and financing, a press release here today said.
The release quotes Mr Nadiadwala a saying, ''Right now I'm celebrating 50 years of my company, and am looking ahead in taking the company to the next level. I think we are at the beginning of the huge growth curve by corporatization of the film industry.'' It is not just creativity that will see Bollywood go global but a combination of creativity, corporatization and ethics, he says.
Right now Sajid Nadiadwala is engaged in completing Jaan-E-Mann which is slated for release in November. Besides Jaan-E-Mann he is working on other projects like Hey Baby with Sajid Khan and another one with Sabir Khan. The entertainment industry is a high risk industry and there is no particular formula for success, Mr Nadiadwala says while adding, ''It would help if you make movies you would like to see. Most important is to try to get as close as possible to the viewer.''
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