Bollywood stars meet the journalists in India for their annual meeting on Tuesday.
The Indian edition of the Hollywood Reporter has invited the likes of Salman Khan, Bollywood star Aamir Khan, Rahul Kohli, Shah Rukh Khan and Rajinikanth.
The meeting is aimed at strengthening the bond between the entertainment industry and journalists.
“We are looking forward to meet some of the most popular personalities in the industry, including Salman Khan and Aamira Khan,” said Manish Singh, managing editor of the publication.
“Our writers and editors are well known for their ability to craft the perfect story and deliver a high-quality entertainment to our readers.”
The Hollywood Reporter, which was launched in 2014, is a joint venture between the Bollywood News Agency and the BNN, a newspaper owned by News Corporation.
The joint venture was established by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan as part of a series of corporate and social initiatives in a bid to promote the Indian film industry.
“Bollywood is a unique cultural landscape that has been nurtured by diverse actors, directors and producers from across the world, with its own unique and unique voices,” said Amitabh Bachchan, chairman and chief executive of News Corp. “The industry is well-known for its diversity and its ability to produce quality entertainment that is truly global.
Our mission is to create the world’s most diverse entertainment sector, which will deliver the best of Bollywood, and to serve as a platform for the industry to grow and flourish.”
Bollywood films are produced and distributed in India by various studios including Paramount Pictures, Fox International, Warner Bros. Pictures, Sony Pictures and 20th Century Fox.
The biggest film franchises of BIFF include Bajirao Mastani, Star Trek Into Darkness, Star Wars, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, The Avengers, J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek, Harry Potter and other blockbuster films.