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Sairat director might direct the Biopic on Cabinet minister Ramdas Athawale..!

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

It’s not every day that a biopic on a political leader or a Minister is made. It is for the first time ever Cabinet minister Ramdas Athawale’s life and his journey will be depicted, so that itself makes this upcoming political drama special. Panther depicts the journey of a man’s beliefs of winning over wrong, fighting against the atrocities on Dalits & emerging as a Powerful Leader. It will represent the era of fights, rebels, upliftments, protests, marches, authorities, responsibilities and peace. Demand of equality and normal life for all was an agenda. Path crafted on teachings of Baba Saheb leading to a life of achievements, peace, unity, harmony and civil rights. Panther showcases the saga and endeavour of masses for their rights, the initiatives taken for betterment of society, preachings being practiced dutifully. Read more

NIKKHIL ADVANI TO DIRECT “BATLA HOUSE” WITH JOHN ABRAHAM, TO GO ON FLOORS FROM SEPTEMBER

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Nikkhil Advani is all set to make his next directorial venture with John Abraham in the lead. After directing the much-acclaimed ‘D-Day’ & ‘POW: Bandhi Yuddh Ke’ and producing ‘Airlift’, he will tell the story of the encounter at L-18 Batla House, Delhi which happened in September 2008. It was one of the most talked-about police operations of recent times. Read more

After An Oscar Nomination, Kajri Babbar To Direct British Feature Film

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

The niece of actor and politician Raj Babbar and the daughter of film producer Kishan Babbar, 23 year old Kajri Babbar is gearing up to direct her very first full length British feature film with British producers Jacqui Miller, Craig Conway and Clare Cahill, adding sheen to her family legacy.

A period drama of 1940s, her next, The Burning Bride, revolves around the journey of a 15 teen year old Indian girl who marries a British officer and travels to England and her journey thereon.  As a UK/India co-production, the film will be majorly shot in the city of Newcastle with key scenes in Mumbai , which are expected to commence shooting in mid 2019. The film will be written and directed by Kajri Babbar while Juuhi Babbar Sonii will turn first time co-producer on the project and will helm all production duties under Babbar Visuals for the shooting in India

After her short film about a girl who sacrifices her morals to make ends meet, Pardaa, secured a semi-finalist spot at the 44th Student Academy Awards by Oscars and was screened BAFTA Affliated Aesthetica Film Festival last year,  the director-writer is screening her film at the inaugural Newcastle International Film Festival. This new festival is already very prestigious – the patron is Prince Michael of Kent and the President is Jacqui Miller Charlton MBE (Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire).  Mrs Miller Charlton has built an international business brand over 3 decades which is now recognised as a global leader within its sector. She is a member of various initiatives aimed at raising aspirations and assisting start ups. In addition she is a trustee on the board of Kielder Observatory as well as a board member of the Local Economic Partnership. Read more

Fruitbowl Digital To Direct Society Tea’s Digital Duties

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Fruitbowl Digital has acquired digital and social duties of the popular household beverage brand, Society Tea from the Hasmukhrai & Co consortium. The account was acquired by Fruitbowl Digital following a multi-agency pitch. Read more