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Acclaimed actor Tannishtha Chatterjee will soon be making her directorial debut starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Produced by Eros International, Rising Star Entertainment, Pankaj Razdan and Ravi Walia, the film (yet untitled) will go on floor this year.
Speaking on the association, Nawazuddin said, “Tannishtha and I have known each other for a long time. We have worked in a number of films as Co actors over the years. During all these films we have shared many exchanges about our favourite films stories et cetera. We share a wonderful creative rapport. So, it is only natural that we collaborate further. When we were shooting for Lion, Tannishtha told me a story which she had experienced herself. It really intrigued me, and I thought we should make a film of it. The idea started from there. We kept meeting and talking about it. And now here we are actually ready to execute that idea. Filmein aisi hi to banti hai?” Read more
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Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who just wrapped up his shoot for Badlapur, was seen at Jai Hind College, Churchgate gracing the acting seminar conducted by Stardust Acting Academy. Also present were Dev Advani, CEO of Stardust Acting Academy and Kenneth Desai, last seen in Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania.
By Sonu P Mob: 09920183006 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Three Stars – Must-see for all Salman, Nawaz and Jacqueline fans
Let’s start by posing two questions. Are you a die-hard Salman Khan fan? Have you ever wanted to see a mash up video showcasing different emotions of Salman Khan. If the answer to both these questions is a resounding yes, then you are sure to find your Kick in theaters starting today. Kick is a finely blended mixture of seven different incarnations of Salman namely Being Human Salman, Angry Bird Salman, Jumping Jack Salman, Cry baby Salman, Fight Master Salman, Romantic Hero Salman and finally the Devil Salman. Now isn’t that worth your ticket and popcorn money. Hell yes! we say.