RELEASE OF ‘SARKAR 3’ MAY BE STALLED WORLDWIDE OVER COPYRIGHT ISSUES
- Narendra Hirawat & Co holds the Copyrights and Negative rights for the Prequel, Sequel and Remake of Sarkar franchise
- Ram Gopal Verma and Alumbra Productions have failed to take permission in any form for the making of ‘Sarkar 3’ from the copyright holders
2nd May 2017; Mumbai: A veteran in the Bollywood Entertainment industry and holder of the copyrights of over 1300 movies, Narendra & Co has filed a legal case against the makers of Amitabh Bachchan starrer ‘Sarkar 3’. Narendra Hirawat & Co acquired the copyrights of Sarkar franchise after the release of the second part and is in possession of Prequel, Sequel, Remake and all other irreversible world negative rights in perpetuity. “We are extremely disappointed with this move from the Producers of Sarkar 3. As a cautionary step, we even issued a notice to the makers in October 2016, but they have still failed to obtain permission …
Rashmi Sharma won National award for #Pink
Winning the National Award is a dream come true for any member of the Indian Film Industry, and so was it for the debutant feature film producer Rashmi Sharma.
Under the banner of Rashmi Sharma Films, Rashmi marked her debut production with the blockbuster film, Amitabh Bachchan starrer ‘PINK’. The film garnered tremendous accolades for its strong subject and phenomenal performances. It also won various awards, but the most precious one was the National Film Award for Films on Social Issues. Rashmi shares “Winning the National award is always a matter of pride and honour presented the award to Rashmi. It is more so for me because it came for my debut production Pink that won the best film on social issues. We were trying to portray a message through the film, which was accepted by the society at large. No means no became an anthem and today when I look back at the making I feel an extreme sense of emotion towards this project. It is…
STERLING MEDIA’S COMMUNICATION CAMPAIGN FOR #WHATIREALLYREALLYWANT WINS SILVER PRIZE FOR “VIDEO PROJECT OF THE YEAR” AT BRITISH MEDIA AWARDS 2017
The global PR and viral campaign for the film #WhatIReallyReallyWant by Project Everyone, supported by Getty Images and SAWA and launched by the international communications agency Sterling Media, was awarded the Silver prize for Video Project of the Year at the British Media Awards 2017. Taking place at The Hilton Park Lane on 3rd May 2017, the British Media Awards recognise ‘excellence and innovation’ across the industry. Other shortlisted nominees included fellow winners Shotglass Media and New Scientist, as well as The Guardian and The Economist.
On the 20th anniversary of the release of the Spice Girls’ Wannabe video, the campaign marked twenty years of Girl Power with the updated version “#WhatIReallyReallyWant”. The film reflects the voices of girls and women all over the world telling world leaders what Goals they ‘really reall…