Mumbai [Maharashtra]: Producer Ekta Kapoor turned 47 today! Ekta has various motion pictures and dramas to her name, laying out a name for herself in the Bollywood business. On the event of her 47th birthday celebration, here’s a brief look at her 5 best Bollywood film creations.
1. The Dirty Picture The film ‘The Dirty Picture’ produced by Ekta had an ensemble cast of Vidya Balan, Emraan Hashmi, Naseeruddin Shah, and Tushaar Kapoor. It depicted the true story of a South Indian adult film actress, Silk Smita whose love for cinema made her a global star. However, deceit and unfortunate incidents led to her tragic downfall.
The beautiful cinematic representation of ‘Lootera’, produced by none other than Ekta Kapoor had won several hearts. It’s the story of a disguised archaeologist who falls in love with the daughter of an aristocratic family. However, a dark secret of the protagonist lends a tragic ending to their love story. Starring Ranveer Singh and Sonakshi Sinha, the film was a hit.
3. Ek Villain
Another masterpiece and an Ekta Kapoor production, ‘Ek Villain’ narrates the story of a simple girl, played by Bollywood diva Shraddha Kapoor who falls in love with a goon, aka Siddharth Malhotra. Although everything seems to be going fine, the narrative changes with a dark plot twist that leaves you with the question, who is the real villain?
4. Veere Di Wedding
Ekta Kapoor’s Veere Di Wedding portrays the lives of four childhood friends, as they navigate through life and face challenges in their friendship and relationships. Bollywood A-listers namely Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam Kapoor, and Swara Bhaskar starred in the film along with Shikha Talsania.
A unique take on the life of a young widow, this Ekta Kapoor production takes us through a simple story Through the eyes of Sandhya, the protagonist, played seamlessly by Sanya Malhotra, as she rises above societal norms, casual sexism, and eventually turns into a strong-headed woman.
Ekta Kapoor’s forthcoming realistic creations in Bollywood incorporate ‘Ek Villain Returns’ and ‘Love, Sex, Aur Dhoka 2’.