Mumbai, April, 7 (CINEWS): Aamir Khan needs his movies to withstand the desolates of time and is trying to document every one of them, saving them for family. Furthermore, to that end, he had a little do at his Bandra loft.
Educates our source, “The majority of Mumbai’s driving makers were welcome to a little gathering at Aamir’s home to talk about how they could help him out (they possess the movies’ rights). Aditya Chopra (Fanaa, Dhoom:3), Ritesh Sidhwani (Dil Chahta Hai), Siddharth Roy Kapur (co-maker on Dangal, Dhobi Ghaat, Peepli: Live and Delhi Belly ), Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra (Rang De Basanti) and Sajid Nadiadwala were all on the visitor list, yet Adi didn’t appear.”
The question Aamir put to the men present was the means by which to document his movies on the web at present, as well as for quite a long time to come. “Prior, movies were shot on reels, now they are all digitally shot. Aamir needs to do it without anyone else’s help. He’s asked for the makers for the concerned film’s rights, inquired as to whether they were in agreement with him and on the off chance that they were the way he ought to go about it.”
The main odd man present was Sajid Nadiadwala, who hasn’t done a film with Aamir yet. In any case, that is alright, since Aamir needed the inputs of all the top makers of Bollywood.”
Khan had before joined driving Mumbai wholesalers and makers Anil Thadani, Siddharth Roy Kapur and Karan Johar to battle the monopolistic fortification of the enormous multiplexes that set down standard procedures about the terms and conditions for the arrival of movies. Their merger tried to break the multiplex imposing business model, bring the littler multiplex chains into the photo, build new theaters and make a monetarily steady, exchange outlet anchor to the big multiplex.