The actor stated she had attended a party in July that Ghai had thrown at his home for her birthday. She claimed that he had been “very flirty” at that party.
The anonymous account of alleged abuse by Ghai was shared on Twitter by writer Mahima Kukreja, who was one of the first women to accuse comedian Utsav Chakraborty of sexual harassment last week.
Subhash Ghai was on Thursday accused of sexual assault by a woman who worked with him on a film. The Taal director has dismissed the allegation.
The state cultural department submitted a report from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences which stated that Ghai’s school “eminently qualifies as a higher and technical institute (HTI)”, to the state cabinet, which approved the allotment Tuesday.
Subhash Ghai, in collaboration with Rome-based Navala Productions, is all set to produce Osho Lord of the Full Moon, a biopic about the controversial Indian guru Osho.
Talking about Taal which featured Aishwarya Rai, Anil Kapoor and Akshay Khanna, Subhash Ghai said that he was inspired to create a female protagonist who looked like an Osho disciple, who loved a man without any sense of possession or obsession.
Subhash Ghai’s project is tentatively titled Osho: Lord of the Full Moon and was announced yesterday at the Cannes Film Festival. Osho, also called Rajneesh, was recently the subject of Netflix’s six-part documentary Wild Wild Country.
Rajkumar Hirani, who has collaborated with Ranbir Kapoor for the first time for Sanjay Dutt’s biopic, is all praise for the actor. He said that he would love to work with him again. The film is expected to hit the theatres on June 29.
Bollywood’s hitmakers like Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, Sooraj Barjatya, Subhash Ghai, Gauri Shinde and others have kept the audience waiting for too long to announce their next directorial. While many have turned producers, others are still looking for the right script.
Happy birthday Subhash Ghai: On the acclaimed director’s 73rd birthday, here’s looking back at all the times when Ghai’s films aced in the music department.
The man behind Pardes, Subhash Ghai, talks to indianexpress.com about what went into the making of the hit film, how Shah Rukh Khan was convinced of its failure and how he almost signed Salman Khan and Madhuri Dixit for the roles that later became debuts of Apurva Agnihotri and Mahima Chaudhary.
Jackie Shroff talks about his inspiration Dev Anand and the experience of shooting a film with veteran director, Subhash Ghai at the re-premiere of Khalnayak, one of his classic films. He also says that in Hero, the 1983 film, even his dialogue delivery came out in Dev Anand’s style instead of Shatrugan Sinha’s which was what Ghai wanted.
Subhash Ghai says he will not make the second part of Taal until he gets a subject better than that of the original entertainer.
Salman Khan has asserted in an old interview that the only time he raised his hand was on director Subhash Ghai.
Subhash Ghai is working on a subject and will very soon be announcing his next project.