Vidhu Vinod Chopraâs ambitious English project Broken Horses is all set to go on floors in October this year. Chopra and his team including noted art director Nitin Chandrakant Desai will be travelling to Los Angeles in September for a recce before they commence shooting from October in USA.
The cast of Broken Horses comprises of mostly foreign actors while the screenplay has been jointly written by Abhijat Joshi along with Vidhu Vinod Chopra himself.
The upcoming Sharman Joshi - Boman Irani starrer Ferrari Ki Sawaari has already earned Rs.65 crores for its producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra. Despite the film's release being over a month away, the makers seem to be making money already.
It is learnt that collectively, the film's theatrical, satellite, music and home video rights have been sold for a whopping Rs. 65 crores. However, the biggest chunk comes from the sale of the theatrical rights, which alone have been sold to Eros for Rs. 42 crores, while the rest includes satellite, DVDs and music rights.
The film which is directed by debutante Rajesh Mapuskar is set to release this June.
Watch Promo: Ferrari Ki Sawaari
Sharman Joshi, a favourite of the Vidhu Vinod Chopra camp has truly impressed Vidhu's sister in law, writer-director Tanuja Chandra with his performance in Vidhu Vinod Chopra Production's upcoming film Ferrari Ki Saawari.
Tanuja, who is known for her hard hitting women centric films like Dushman, Sangharsh and Zindaggi Rocks, has zeroed down on Sharman to star as the lead in her next directorial venture. Details about the film are being kept under wraps for now.
The film will also mark Tanuja's comeback into direction after six years. Her last release was the Mahima Choudhary starrer Hope And A Little Sugar (2006).
Watch Promo: Ferrari Ki Saawari