Tujhse Hai Raabta 10th March 2021 Written Episode, Written Update on LatestSerialGossip.com
Maharashtra Congress MLA Amin Patel on Monday demanded renaming of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s upcoming film ‘Gangubai Kathiawadi’ and claimed that it would tarnish the image of Kathiawar city. Alia Bhatt is playing the lead role in the film. Recently the film’s teaser was released on the birthday of Sanjay Leela Bhansali. In which Alia’s avatar of Gangubai Kathiawadi was much liked.
Gangubai was one of the most powerful and respected ‘Mafia Queen’ of Kamathipura in Mumbai’s red-light area during the 1960s. Speaking in the Legislative Assembly during the budget session, Patel said that the Kamathipura area has changed a lot. Patel is an MLA from Mumbadevi assembly constituency in South Mumbai.
Accused of tarnishing the image of the city,
MLA Amin Patel said in the assembly, “It (Kathiawar) is not like it was in the 1950s.” There women are moving forward in different profession. The name of this film will also tarnish the image of the city of Kathiawar. The name of the film should be changed. “The MLA has urged the state government to intervene in the matter. The film is to be screened on July 30.
A film is being made on the book of Hussain Zaidi
The shooting of the film continues these days at Filmcity in Mumbai. Nearly six and a half crores have been spent on designing the set for the shoot. Based on Hussain Zaidi’s book ‘Mafia Queens of Mumbai’, this film will show the story of Don Gangubai. Gangubai was a big name for the Mumbai Mafia in the 60s. She is said to have been sold by her husband for a mere five hundred rupees. Since then, she had become involved in prostitution. During this time he also did a lot of work for forced girls.
Ajay Devgan will have a cameo in the film
Ajay Devgan’s cameo will also be seen in the film. People associated with the writing team said that Bhansali has not yet signed Alia’s opposite Ranbir Kapoor. Ajay Devgan is also not the opposite of Alia. They are in the role of their mentor.
There will be two different time zones in the film
The film is set in two different time zones. One part is pre-partition, while the other part is set in the eighth decade. Bhansali has been there more than 10 times to show the 1946 Kamathipura and has also met several old architects to give the set a real look. However, a small part of the fourth decade will be seen in the film. The remaining 80 percent of the film is set in the seventh decade.