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Shemaroo Entertainment overwhelmed with the fans demand for the sequel of ‘Jab We Met’

Shemaroo Entertainment Limited, one of India’s leading media and entertainment conglomerates, continues to redefine cinematic excellence and bring the treasured Bollywood films to the audiences worldwide. With a legacy spanning over six decades, they hold IP rights for over 1000+ iconic Bollywood movies, including masterpieces like ‘Jab We Met,’ ‘Namak Halal,’ ‘Rockstar,’ ‘Kaalia,’ ‘Jamai Raja,’ ‘Shool,’ ‘Majboor,’ ‘Benaam,’ ‘Manorama 6 Feet Under,’ ‘Bhagam Bhag,’ ‘Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega,’ and many more.
The excitement surrounding the potential remake of ‘Jab We Met’ has ignited like wildfire. ‘Jab We Met,’ a beloved romantic comedy that left an indelible mark on Indian cinema, has garnered a massive fan following over the years.
Mr. Mohan Gopinath, Business Head Bollywood, Shemaroo Entertainment Limited, shared his thoughts, stating, “We’re elated by the overwhelming anticipation surrounding the potential ‘Jab We Met’ remake. Shemaroo Entertainment is deeply committed to preserving Bollywood’s rich heritage. The demand for remakes of timeless classics is undeniable, we are actively exploring exciting possibilities to delight our audience. When the time is right, we will be the first to announce the recreation of these iconic titles. The ongoing support and enthusiasm from the audience continue to inspire our cinematic endeavours.”
Shemaroo Entertainment’s extensive library not only underscores its commitment to the cinematic legacy but also reinforces its vision to reimagine Bollywood classics for contemporary audiences. As stewards of these cinematic gems, Shemaroo remains steadfast in its mission to celebrate the magic of Indian cinema.

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