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Suniel Anand’s English film nearly complete

In his attempt to keep his family banner flying high, Suniel Anand, unlike his evergreen actor, late Dev Anand, is making an English film.

Mumbai |
March 7, 2014 1:00:54 am
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In his attempt to keep his family banner flying high, Suniel Anand, unlike his evergreen actor, late Dev Anand, is making an English film. Titled Vagator Mixer, Anand recently completed a 45-day schedule in Goa followed by a 15-day spell which will be shot in the United States of America in March.
“Not only am I playing the male lead, but I am also directing the film which has an entirely Hollywood cast and crew. It is an English film. And the shooting will be complete after the 15-day spell and as post-production will take around ten to eleven months, the film will either release end of this year or early next year,” stated Anand.
When asked about Reliance Entertainment planning to take over the Navketan banner, Anand stated, “I know nothing about it. These are baseless rumours. I plan to keep our prestigious banner flying high. The show must go on.”

 

Kareena co-stars with Pakistani actor Fawad Khan in a Yash Raj Film

Pakistani actor-model Fawad Khan, who makes his debut in Hindi films opposite Sonam Kapoor in Khoobsurat, has now landed another plum project. Apparently the actor has been signed on by Yash Raj Films, one of the industry’s biggest banner, for a project opposite none other than Kareena Kapoor Khan!
Earlier, YRF had also signed Pakistani actor Ali Zafar in Mere Brother Ki Dulhan, who is presently shooting for their upcoming project Kill Dil. However, there are no details as to who will helm the movie or about the story. When contacted YRF for a confirmation, the spokesperson said, “It’s not true.”

 

 

 

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