While last year saw a poorly made GOOD BOY BAD BOY from Ghai's stable, 2008 will see the ex-showman in full force with as many as six releases. In fact, Subhash Ghai has already fired his first salvo of the year in the form of Nagesh Kukunoor's, BOMBAY TO BANGKOK. And BTB will soon be followed by BLACK & WHITE and YUVRAAJ (both directed by Ghai himself). The other ventures that are likely to hit the screens in 2008 are Neeraj Pathak's, RIGHT YA WRONG, Manoj Tiwari's, HELLO DARLING and Paritosh Painter's PAYING GUEST.
However, there is more to come. We have just heard the news that Sachin Bajaj, the director of Sunny Deol and Viveik Oberoy starrer, NAKSHA, has approached Ghai for a remake of an English film, FUNNY MONEY. Bajaj has reportedly asked Ghai's production house to produce the movie and is waiting for an approval or otherwise.
For those who do not know, FUNNY MONEY (2006) was written by Ray Clooney, and made into a Hollywood film, starring Chevi Chase. The movie is about a mild-mannered accountant, who accidentally trades briefcases with another man, to find out that there are five million dollars inside!
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