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Eros International to release Housefull 3 in UK cinemas

Eros International will be releasing Sajid Nadiadwala’s Housefull 3 in UK cinemas on 3rd June 2016.

The much-awaited film stars Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, Abhishek Bachchan, Jacqueline Fernandes, Lisa Haydon, Nargis Fakhri, Boman Irani, Jackie Shroff and Chunky Pandey.

Housefull 3 is directed by duo Farhad-Sajid, who also wrote the second installment of this extremely popular franchise, which was extensively filmed in the United Kingdom.

Housefull 3 is an Eros International presentation, produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. The laughter riot commences on June 3rd, 2016!

‘Aligarh’ to release in UK cinemas on 26th February

Aligarh‘Aligarh’, directed by National Award-winning director, Hansal Mehta will release in UK cinemas on 26 February 2016. 

An old Professor on the verge of his retirement is expelled from his University after a camera captures him engaged in a homosexual act. Though consensual, it triggers a controversy regarding morality and tradition. A young journalist sets on to investigate the truth and unravel the reality of this “sting operation”.

Set in a small town in Uttar Pradesh from which the film takes its name, ‘Aligarh’ is the story of a professor, Dr. S R Siras (Manoj Bajpayee) fired from his position for his sexuality and a young journalist, Deepu Sebastian (Rajkummar Rao) who tells his story to the world. Based on true events, the film depicts the unlikely friendship between the two, a relationship that will change both of them forever.

The film received a standing ovation at its World premiere at the prestigious 20th Busan International Film Festival in October 2015 and shortly thereafter opened to packed houses at the 59th BFI London Film Festival. 

Later in the month, it was selected as the opening film at the17th Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival on October 30th 2015; marking the second time that a Hindi film opened the festival since 1997, the inaugural year of the Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival.

The much anticipated film will release on 26th February 2016.

Eros International presents Aligarh, directed by Hansal Mehta and written by Apurva Asrani, produced by Eros International and Karma Pictures. 

Interview: Dhanush & Akshara talk about ‘Shamitabh’

Eros International’s Shamitabh is the latest flick to hit UK cinemas. 

The film stars the legendary Amitabh Bachchan as never seen before, with south Indian star Dhanush and newcomer Akshara Haasan.

Director R Balki (Cheeni Kum and Paa), created the story as a gift for the veteran actor on his 70th birthday, and has spent the past two years bringing his vision to life. He says of the film: “This films is a homage to a voice that over the past 40 years has become instantly recognisable the world over. The question is… who is the true star, the voice or the actor it belongs to?

Dhanush, Akshara Hassan in London Shamitabh (2)Talking to BollyNewsUK in London, Dhanush and Akshara spoke about filming Shamitabh in the English capital, the film and much more…

It is the first time that both of you are promoting a Hindi film in London. How has it been so far?
Dhanush: (Laughs) It is cold.

You filmed scenes for the movie in the capital too…
Dhanush: I love coming to London. It is one of my most favourite cities in the world. It’s the same feeling for me whether I come here for a shoot or vacation. It’s a great city and I really love being here.
Akshara: It was my first shoot abroad. It was really interesting and I loved it. It was an amazing experience, also because it was new for me. It was interesting to see how people were reacting while watching the shooting. We were just going ahead and performing our scenes.

The trailer doesn’t really give away much…
Dhanush: The film is about three different individuals and their qualities. One of them (the character played by Akshara) brings together the other two (Dhanush and Amitabh Bachchan). Every character in the film has something that the other doesn’t have. We how success comes into the frame and then ego enters. The clash of egos, that is what pretty much the film is about.

There were reports that you were offered many movies. Why did you choose Shamitabh as your first film?
Akshara: I didn’t take up the earlier offers because I wasn’t ready to be an actor at that point of time.  I was exploring dance and different opportunities at that time, primarily focusing on dancing. Therefore, I didn’t start acting earlier.  It took me a while to come to this place where I decided to be an actor. I didn’t start acting earlier purely because I wasn’t ready. Shamitabh came to me shortly after I decided to be an actor. I fell in love with the film and the role.

South Indian films are now regularly being remade in Bollywood. Is it a concious decision for you to do something new when you work in Hindi movies e.g.  Raanjhana and now Shamitabh?
Dhanush: I am actually not thinking about such factors. I just want to be a part of a good script. I am not against remakes. It’s not that just the Hindi film industry is remaking Tamil or Telegu films. They also remake Hindi films. We share scripts and movies among us, which is really great.  There is nothing wrong about it. Personally, I am not a big fan of remaking movies because I would like to avoid unnecessary comparisons. It is also always a great feeling when you create something original. If the film is great and the script is good, I don’t mind remakes. I would just prefer an original film.

Dhanush, Akshara Hassan in London Shamitabh (4)How do you deal with comparisons since you both have family members in the industry and comparisons are bound to happen?
Akshara: I have been brought up in a way where I have my own identity. I feel that helps me. I feel it would let me take my family legacy forward while creating my own space as Akshara. You can’t avoid comparisons. I deal with it by creating my own identity, working hard and be focused.
Dhanush:  I have never heard anybody compare me with my father-in-law. There is reason to compare a beginner like me with a legend like Rajinikanth.  It’s not fair because he is an icon and I am a huge fan and will always be. Any actor who grew up watching his movies will have mild similarities in the way they act. His attitude, mannerism and modulation are in our system. If at all, there is a silly comparison, I would take it as a huge compliment.

You learnt Hindi for Raanjhana. In Shamitabh, Amitabh Bachchan’s voice is an integral part of the story. Was it more difficult this time around because of that?
Dhanush: I am still trying my level best to learn the language. It was a great experience working with Amitji. He made us feel comfortable. We learnt a lot by just sharing screen space with him. We all know that he has a powerful majestic voice. To perform for his voice was a big challenge and to carry his voice on these tiny shoulders was a big responsibility. I tried my best and also tried stay original. Hopefully I have done a convincing job and hopefully people will like what they see and hear.

Shamitabh is in UK cinemas now.

Dhanush, Akshara Hassan in London Shamitabh (1)




NH10 to release on 6th March 2015

NH10 Still Eros International (2)Anushka Sharma makes her foray into production with Navdeep Singh’s NH10, under her home banner Clean Slate Films, in association with Eros International and Phantom Films.

Scheduled to hit theatre screens in UK cinemas on the 6th March 2015, NH10 is a new age, gritty, edge of the seat thriller, that looks to break stereotypes and is director Navdeep Singh’s second film post the critically acclaimed Manorama 6 Feet Under.

Starring Anushka Sharma,Neil Bhoopalam and Darshan Kumar ,the film brings together a very talented crew of technicians including international action director Armin Sauer of The Bourne Supremacy, V for Vendetta and The Constant Gardner fame.

Says Anushka Sharma, “NH10 has been the most exciting journey for me . Taking on a new role as a producer with this film has taught me a lot . I am really happy the film has shaped up well and grateful for a wonderful crew and cast that made it possible . Looking forward to everyone seeing it on 6th March 2015 .”

Adds producer Vikramaditya Motwane, Phantom Films ,“NH10 has shaped up beautifully. We love it and are super excited to share what is our very first thriller with the audience. ”.

Says producer Krishika Lulla, Eros International,“With a compelling script and great performances, NH10 promises to be an interesting journey and we are happy to support such strong content driven films”

Eros International, Phantom Films & Clean Slate Films’ NH10 is scheduled to release in UK cinemas on 6th March 2015.

Watch: ‘Happy Ending’ Trailer

Eros International has released the  official trailer of Happy Ending, directed by Raj & DK. The flim features Saif Ali Khan, Ileana D’Cruz, Kalki Koechlin, Govinda & Ranvir Shorey. The film is produced by Saif Ali Khan, Dinesh Vijan and Sunil Lulla with music composed by Sachin-Jigar.

Synopsis: A Hard core Commitment Phobic , running away from all the I Love You’s best describes Yudi. He may not have a problem with the phrase but the after effects of it are too much for him to handle. An author in his late 30’s, he’s suave, sophisticated and is enjoying his life whilst avoiding any kind of sticky love situations. His claim to fame being a single book written by him years ago which was an instant hit . He hasn’t managed to pen anything in many years since then as he doesn’t have to . He’s got everything that he always wanted – Fame, Money & Girls! Why exert yourself when you have everything you need ?

Happy Ending UK Release Eros InternationalEspecially not like his friend Montu , who fell in love with one woman & married her and then became an Oops father . Why tie yourself down to one woman when you have the buffet at your disposal!

Yudi thanks his lucky stars every time he thinks otherwise.

Sounds like a Happy Ending to us…. But don’t get carried away, it’s just the beginning! Yudis happy life is about to encounter a speed breaker as he’s out of both money & luck.

To make matters worse his ex-girlfriend  who thinks she still is his girlfriend  has him on a tight leash while he’s also trying to compete with Aanchal, A famous and talented love story writer. His only salvation comes in the form of his agent who gets him a gig to write a script for an upcoming  Bollywood comedy. And the hero in this film? Action star extraordinaire Armaan who is looking to  reinvent himself as a lover boy & has enough help from every famous  cosmetic surgeon in the world.

So with such odds against him, what happens to Yudi ? Does love or a Happy Ending Exist at all??  Does he get his Happy Ending after all? “HAPPY ENDING” the Baap of all Romantic comedies which mocks love stories by pointing a finger at love, Puts all Romantic comedies to shame.

Eros International will release the film in UK cinemas on 21 November 2014. 

‘Kochadaiiyaan’ to release in UK cinemas on 11th April 2014

Kochadaiiyaan Eros International will release the eagerly awaited futuristic fantasy event of the year Kochadaiyaan – The Legend, a Mediaone Global Entertainment Limited production, directed by Soundarya Rajnikanth Ashwin, in UK cinemas and worldwide in cinemas on April 11, 2014.

Kochadaiiyaan features the unique visual mastery of Photorealistic Performance Capture technology for the very first time in the history of an Indian film. This technology has been previously seen in Hollywood masterpieces as Avatar, Tin Tin and Beowulf.

Kochadaiiyaan is an epic dramatization of good versus evil starring South Indian megastar Rajinikanth in a double role in a larger than life depiction. Also starring in the grand production is leading lady Deepika Padukone together with South India’s leading stars R. Sharath kumar, Nazar, Aadi, Shobana and Rukmini.

Providing the musical score is Oscar-winning composer A R Rahman, whose list of credits includes a BAFTA, a Golden Globe and two Academy Awards for his outstanding musical contribution for the multi-Oscar winning film Slumdog Millionaire.

Announcing the release of the film, Ms.Soundarya Rajnikanth Ashwin, the Director of the film said, “Following last year’s celebrations of India’s film making centenary we view the release of Kochadaiiyaan as part of the next steps of Indian cinema. For the first time a full length feature has been made using performance capture technology in India and I truly hope this creates a whole alternate film making avenue apart from live action films in our country”.

Kochadiyaan - London - Press Conference Mr. Sunil Lulla, Managing Director, Eros International Media Ltd added, “Eros is proud to present this magnum opus with Rajinikanth, which will take the Indian film industry to the next level. We are confident that this will be a landmark film in world cinema as a result of the ground breaking technology used. The film will be released in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Marathi, Bhojpuri, Bengali and Punjabi in India and overseas in more than 6,000 screens. We will be releasing an English version internationally as well”.

In a major brand tie-up, Eros International and Mediaone have also tied up with Karbonn Mobile to launch 1 million Kochadaiiyaan branded mobile phones to celebrate the release of the film. The exclusive Karbonn ‘Kochadaiiyaan’ mobile phones will have screen savers and must-have images from the film along with the trailer and the signature tune of the film. These special Kochadaiiyaan mobile phones are intended to launch in February 2014, during the audio launch of the film.

Kochadaiiyaan was shot extensively at Pinewood Studios in the UK with a team of world-class technical experts including the London based Centroid Studios, a state of the art facility for Full Body Motion Capture, which has worked on various Hollywood productions including the recent Brad Pitt starrer World War Z as well as Pirates of the Caribbean, Ironman 2 and Harry Potter.

Eros to release ‘Shaadi Ke Side Effects’ in UK cinemas

BollyNewsUK can confirm that Eros International will be releasing Shaadi Ke Side Effects in UK cinemas on 28th February 2014.

Starring Farhan Akhtar and Vidya Balan, the film is directed by Saket Chaudhary and produced by Balaji Motion Pictures and Pritish Nandy Communications Ltd.

Shaadi Ke Side Effects - UK Release

With time the intimacy in most marriages falls apart. But not Sid and Trisha’s marriage… They just can’t keep their hands of each other in spite of being married for years!

But Sid has a secret behind this: “When I make a mistake, I say sorry… And when my wife makes a mistake, I say sorry!”

This diffuses conflict in a marriage and prevents the slow death of intimacy. Then Trisha gets accidentally pregnant and expresses her desire to have a child. But Sid is not ready to bear the responsibility of fatherhood. His career as a musician has still not taken off. But in an effort to avoid conflict, he hides his reluctance. And agrees to have the child. This is just the start of issues that have creep in their marriage…

Do priorities change? What happens next is the BIG question mark!

Shaadi Ke Side Effects is a quirky and humorous story dealing with a serious issue of decision making and sharing in a married life!

Watch the first song promo here:

Meet Hrithik Roshan and Priyanka Chopra in London

Actor Hrithik Roshan and international recording artist and actress Priyanka Chopra are coming to London to promote their forthcoming release, Krrish 3. 

The actors will be greeting fans at the well-known Cineworld multiplex in Feltham, west-London on Monday, 14th October 2013.

The superstars are also scheduled to attend an exclusive Q&A session at one of the cinema screens. Fans can come to see the stars in the foyer from 19:00.

Eros International will release Krrish 3 in UK cinemas on 4th November 2013. 

Krrish 3 Poster

Watch: ‘Warning’ Theatrical Trailer

Warning UK ReleaseAn Alumbra Entertainment and Benaras Mediaworks production, Eros International released the trailer of Warning this week. Directed by Gurmeet Singh, Warning is India’s first underwater 3D film.

Starring Varun Sharma, Manjari Fadnis, Sumit Suri, Madhurima Tulli, Santosh Barmola, Jitin Gulati & Susana Rodrigues in the lead roles, Warning is based on a series of true events.

The film follows the story of 5 friends that re-unite 5 years after college & take off to Fiji. Once at Fiji, they decide to continue the celebration on a friends’ yacht. Little do they realize that what follows, is utter chaos & terror.

Warning is all set to release in UK cinemas on 27th September 2013.

Watch the trailer here:


Eros International & AR Rahman’s YM Movies to produce Hindi Film

A.R. Rahman in LondonEros International, a leading global company in the Indian film entertainment industry has announced its plans to produce with Oscar winner A.R. Rahman’s YM Movies, a Hindi feature film.

With this venture, the multi-talented Indian composer, singer-songwriter and music producer dons the hat of a film producer too. For the first time, A.R. Rahman has conceived the movie and written the basic story with help of international and local talent. It’s a young sensual movie based on love, art and self-discovery.

Speaking on the announcement, A.R. Rahman said, “It’s a 16 year relationship with Eros and this time it’s extending the role a bit more. It’s about exploring the other side of a creative partnership. YM Movies is born out of sheer aspiration to create movies which could bring a lot of joy, fulfilling the artistic and cinematic demands”.

Sunil Lulla, Managing Director, Eros International Media Ltd added, “The film is an extension of the creative genius of A.R. Rahman and it’s with great pleasure that we announce this very special venture with him. With this film, we wish to present music and cinema at its best and entertain fans and audiences with an unforgettable experience”.

Interview: “The UK is like home to me” – Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani Deepika Padukone is on a high after the success of Race 2 and has her hands full with projects opposite the likes of Ranbir Kapoor, Shah Rukh Khan, Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor.

Her latest release is Karan Johar’s Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani also starring her ex-beau Ranbir Kapoor. After playing the sultry Aleena in Race 2, Padukone will now be seen as Naina Talwar in Ayan Mukherji’s second directorial venture, out in UK cinemas this Friday.

Naina Talwar is a simple, good-natured and extremely focused girl. Frustrated by the restrictions she needs to put on herself to achieve her dreams of being a doctor; she impulsively decides to go on a trekking trip to Manali to give herself a break.

Through the film, Naina transforms from the restricted claustrophobic person she thought she was to a free-spirited woman with a newfound love for herself and comfort within her choices. She is strong and dependable and stands firmly for rooted family values.

In a chat with Bollywood Reporter Sunny Malik, the actress talks about Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and much more…


Deepika Padukone in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani - UK Release (1)There was a lot of speculation as to why you cancelled your London trip to promote Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. Would you like to clarify?
Ok. So what happened is that I was filming (for Chennai Express) in Munnar. It’s a hill station in the south of India near Kerala. I was supposed to finish that schedule and come back to Mumbai on the same night and then leave for London. But it rained and we had three days of non-stop rain where we were shooting. Our schedule was delayed by three days and I could’t leave a unit of two hundred fifty people waiting there. I had to sacrifice the London bit of the promotions to finish my commitment.

Do you feel it has been really difficult for you to manage everything because you are working on several projects simultaneously?
Honestly, now that that phase is over, I can definitely say that it was very, very difficult. But more importantly, more than physically, it was more mentally and emotionally draining for me. I am glad that the particular phase is over now, more or less as Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani is up for release and I have also wrapped up Chennai Express (also starring Shah Rukh Khan) which will release on 8th August. The only thing I am focusing on right now is Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Ram Leela.

You have always said that you wanted to work in a Dharma Productions film. What was your reaction when Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, produced by Karan Johar, was offered to you?
I was absolutely over the moon. I remember it started when Ayan Mukherji, the director, called me one night and said that he wants to take me out for dinner. We went out for dinner, just the two of us. I had been hearing from people that he was considering casting me but unless you actually hear from your director, you can never really believe these things. We discussed this project over dinner. He said that he was writing this film and was writing it with me in mind. He said that his ideal cast would be Ranbir and I and I was more than happy. I was sold. I told him that I will do this film for you. That’s the amount of faith I have in him as a director. I have known him from the time he was doing Wake Up Sid, actually even before that, when he was narrating the film to Ranbir. I have known him very closely throughout that entire process. I had decided back then itself that I would like to work with him if he ever offered me a movie. The script came to me much later. Of course, he gave me a one line of what Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani will be about. There was no bound script at that time.


Deepika Padukone in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani - UK Release (4)Ranbir said that he wasn’t aware that the character was written keeping you in mind. There was also a lot of speculation that other actresses were being considered for the film. Was that amusing?
Of course it is amusing. But you know where you stand for a particular project. You know whether you have been approached or not. You know the other names that are floating around. So of course, one finds it amusing but at the end of the day, you have to have faith in yourself and in your director. I mean, it makes for good speculation in the news but at the end, the film belongs to the person who eventually does it.

Do you agree with Ranbir’s statement that it’s easy to hide behind characters and difficult to portray a more real person in films?
I know that he has been saying this in his interviews. For me that was a surprise because I prefer doing roles that I identify with. I feel that it’s a very, very interesting observation but even though he says that he finds it difficult, I really enjoy doing these roles. For me, Naina Talwar is me. I was the reference point. I did not have to research. I did not have to observe anyone else. I just had to be me.


Is it not scary that people may find out more about the real Deepika Padukone through such a role?
I don’t know if it’s a scary thing or not. In that sense, you have to trust your director. You have to believe that he will present you in the best manner possible. But no, not at all as I am very comfortable with the person I am. Of course, I have my flaws and insecurities but I was more than happy to use myself as a reference point for this character.

Deepika Padukone in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani - UK Release (3)The film is also shown from your side of the story. I think the story is narrated through a diary your character wrote. Can you tell us more about that?
I don’t really want to get into how the story plays out and reveal more about the screenplay but the film is not just about the love story between me and Ranbir. It is about these four friends, how they meet, separate and meet again. It’s also about your relationship with your parents.


The film also looks very commercial and razzmatazz which is very different from what Ayan Mukherji has done before. Were you concerned or surprised?
I wasn’t concerned at all. As far as the film goes, even though it looks very commercial it is very real and the scenes are pretty much in the same space how Ayan had directed Wake Up Sid. The only thing that took me by surprise were the songs. I couldn’t believe that Ayan wanted to use such commercial songs in his movie. I had expected the songs to be slightly different a little bit like Wake Up Sid’s music. The trailer has been cut in a certain way where the film may seem very commercial and glittery with a lot of dance and music. But the film as a whole is very different from that.

Eros International is also releasing the film in new territories like Russia and Israel. Your film, Cocktail, restarted the trend of Hindi movies in Russia. How does that feel?

It feels really special. I never thought that my movie would restart the trend of Hindi movies in Russia. When I think about Hindi films in Russia, I think about Rajnikanth or Raj Kapoor movies. It feels great that Cocktail started the trend again and now Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani will release there too. I hope they show the film the same love.


Deepika Padukone in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani - UK Release (2)As the film is being released in new territories, do you feel that Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani is a film that will be appreciated by non-Hindi speaking audiences in the west and has the possibility of “crossing over”?
See, I don’t like terming films as commercial, art films or films that can cross over. I feel that if a film is well made, it will be appreciated. I also feel that Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani is a universal film. I don’t feel that Hindi movies are just for a Hindi speaking audience. Our films are today reaching a wider audience because they are relatable and are being liked by people not understanding the language we speak in our films.


What are your expectations from the UK audience for Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani as your films have done better here than Ranbir Kapoor’s films?
(Laughs) I’m grateful that my films have done well in the UK. The UK is like home to me and I miss being there. I started my journey right in Leicester Square, London at the premiere of Om Shanti Om. Then I have shot for films like Love Aaj Kal, Housefull, Desi Boyz and Cocktail in London and in the UK. It’s a special place for me and it will always remain so. I hope the audience in the UK enjoys the movie and show the same love to the film as they have to some of my other films.

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani is released in UK cinemas on 31st May 2013.




Ek Thi Daayan’ to be screened in Liberty cinema

Ek Thi Daayan - UK (2)Filmakers Vishal Bharadwaj and Ekta Kapoor have thought wisely for the owners of Liberty Cinema in Dhobi Talao. The duo has decided to release their upcoming film Ek Thi Daayan in Liberty which had closed down due to increasing competition and losses.

Commenting on the same Vazir Hussain, owner of Liberty cinema says, “We have four films lined up.We will see how it goes.”

In the last one year, there have been no film shows in the theater but it has been open to small functions. It was shut as it used to incur huge losses and the audiences shifted loyalty towards other theaters in the vicinity. Now, with Ek Thi Daayan the owners are expecting some positive turnout which will be beneficial for the theater.

Ek Thi Daayan releases in UK cinemas through Eros International on  19th April 2013.

Photos: ‘Chakravyuh’ Gala Premiere in London

The 56th BFI London Film Festival hosted the Gala Premiere of Eros International’s Chakravyuh last week on 11th October 2012. 

Despite the bitterly cold weather and heavy rain, hundreds of Bollywood fans waited for hours at Empire Cinema, Leicester Square to catch a glimpse of the stars.

The Gala Premiere was attended by Arjun Rampal, Abhay Deol and director Prakash Jha.

Check out photos from the event here, courtesy of Eros International:

‘Student Of The Year’ at Cineworld, Feltham (London)

Indian film director and producer Karan Johar  introduced the leading actors of Student Of The Year to British fans at Cineworld, Feltham on Tuesday, 2nd October 2012.

The My Name Is Khan director attended a well-organised meet and greet with debutants Sidharth Malhotra, Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt at the cinema in west-London.

Johar and the cast were greeted by hundreds of fans, who were eager to catch a glimpse of them. Earlier on, we caught up with the cast and director who asked for some tips and about what they should do during their promotional visit to Feltham.

We told them to take as many photographs and give as many autographs  as they can and drive the crowd crazy and they exactly just did that.

Varun Dhawan, Sidharth Malhotra and Alia Bhatt were mobbed by screaming fans who wanted photographs with them and the actors happily posed away. 

Addressing the crowd at the cinema, director Karan Johar said: “Thank you all for coming out to see us tonight and for all your love and I only have more love to give back to you. Make sure you come and give our  movie love on 19th  of October. If you are young, you will love it and if you are not young, it will make you feel young.” 

Varun, who has spent most of his childhood in London and has studied at Nottingham University, said that it feels special to be in London and thanked fans for their love and support. 

Not many people know but Alia Bhatt is a British citizen and said that London is special to her just like her first feature film as a leading actress, Student Of The Year

Sidharth, Varun and Alia also performed on The Disco Song from the film with fans singing along and cheering the newcomers. 

A lucky fan girl from London also had the chance to dance with Sidharth and Varun on Ishq Wala Love while Alia grooved to Radha with a fan from Bradford. 

Johar also gave out exclusive merchandise to fans and participated along with the cast of the film in a Q&A session. 

Eros International will release Dharma Productions’ Student Of The Year in UK cinemas on 19th October 2012.

Watch the video from the event here: