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Neha Dhupia’s ‘Moh Maya Money’ to release this year-end

Neha Dhupia is currently dubbing her lines for her upcoming film, 'Moh Maya Money' directed by Munish Bhardwaj.

By: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai |
Updated: June 20, 2015 10:45:27 am
Neha Dhupia, Neha Dhupia films, Neha Dhupia news, Neha Dhupia moh maya money, Neha Dhupia movies Produced by Sandeep Narula, Neha’s ‘Mithya’ co-star Ranveer Shorey has been paired opposite her in the movie.

Actress Neha Dhupia is currently dubbing her lines for her upcoming film, ‘Moh Maya Money’ directed by Munish Bhardwaj. The film is slated to release by the end of this year.

The stylish actress, who was present at the Grand Jury Meet of the 11th Annual Gemfields and Nazraana Retail Jewellers India Awards 2015, told media persons: “I am currently working on “Moh Maya Money” it will come out by the end of this year. It is very independent, small and interesting film, the ones I like to do. Currently we are dubbing for the film.”

A few days ago, she had even tweeted about the film, “Our cameraman, me and our director … #delhi #bylanes #shootlife #greatminds #arunvarma @munishbhardwaj #mohmayamoney,” along with their photograph on Instagram app.

She had also tweeted sometime back that every nook and corner and streets and turns, while shooting in Delhi, reminded her of something or someone.

“So wonderful shooting in #delhi ,every nook n corner ,the little streets n turns remind me of something or someone !@MohMayaMoney #memories,” read her tweet.

Neha was last seen in Karan Johar’s ‘Ungli’.

Produced by Sandeep Narula, Neha’s ‘Mithya’ co-star Ranveer Shorey has been paired opposite her in the movie.

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