Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Salman Khan, Rishi Kapoor and Anil Kapoor at the event.
Salman Khan with actors Sonam Kapoor and Ranvir Kapoor at the music release event in Mumbai.
Rani Mukherjee and Salman Khan react as Rishi Kapoor speaks during the music release of the film Saawariya in Mumbai, on September 15, 2007. The first Indian co-production with ...
Salman Khan at the music release of the film Saawariya in Mumbai, on September 15, 2007. The first Indian co-production with Sony Pictures, Saawariya is ...
Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali is reported to have already confirmed his next project - a young love story called Hamari Jaan Ho Tum.
Indeed Hamari Jaan... was an idea that the moviemaking magician was toying with after the success of Black. It was a story in which Sanjay wanted to cast Udit Narayan's son and Mahesh Bhatt-Soni Razdan's daughter.
So is that going to be his next project?
Laughs the director, "Right now I'm too consumed by the release of Saawariya to even think about what I'll do next."
"My music composer Monty Sharma and I are busy putting together the background score for the film. Do you know Monty is the first composer I've worked with who writes music? He knows the musical notations and he puts every note of a tune down on paper before recording. Such precision in musicianship I've never encountered before. I can't think beyond Monty and his music right now," Sanjay told IANS.
In fact one of the melodious tracks of Saawariya goes, "Thode badmaash ho tum thode nadaan ho tum/han magar yeh sach hai hamari jaan ho tum".