The 71-year-old movie producer affirmed the news to Mirror. “I am unquestionably arranging a film with Tiger yet nothing has been settled yet. My group of journalists is taking a shot at a script and we will roll once I am fulfilled by the last story. It might be an execution situated film, with some activity, obviously,” he said.
The veteran movie producer had on Sunday gone to the end function of the film celebration of National Award-winning movies, sorted out by the National Film Archive of India where he submitted 24 of his movies, 19 of which are his own directorial, for chronicling.
“It’s a great step by National Film Archive of India to include films from mainstream cinema for preservation and archiving for future references. I happened to be the first one,” said Subhash who submitted negatives of his movies including ‘Kalicharan’, ‘Karz’, ‘Hero, ‘Pardes’, “Taal” and ‘Khalnayak’, among others.
“I am honoured to submit all my films to their archive, on the same premises where I was a cinema student in 1956 for two years,” he signed off.- CINEWS