Sunday, May 13, 2012

Politico to reveal his ‘code of secrecy’ in Bollywood

Abdul Gani
Guwahati: Politician-turned-filmmaker Mohibul Hoque is all set for his Bollywood debut with 18.11, a code of secrecy which features several big names of the industry. The former Gauripur MLA who made an Assamese film titled Juman Suman in 2003, said that his film would highlight the positives of the region especially Assam at the national level.

“I always wanted to make Hindi movies and now I’m heading that way. I hope this film would open new doors for the state and the region as far as our beautiful locations are concerned. My film would highlight the scenic beauties of Assam and Meghalaya,” Hoque said during a press conference in Guwahati on Friday.

The shooting of the film in Kashmir

The first schedule of shooting for the film was completed in Kashmir on April 24. And the second schedule will start at various parts of Bangkok and at several places in Malaysia and finally wrap up in Mumbai.
The film stars several big Bollywood names including Raj Babbar, Gulshan Grover, Prem Chopra, Mukesh Tiwari and Asrani. The lead role will be played by Assam boy Rehal Khan who was seen in Juman Suman. The leading lady of the film will be Assamese girl Suhana Irani, who will make her debut.

“I’m hopeful and proud to have all these artistes in my film. Our young actors would also get to learn a lot of things from them,” he said.

Hoque, who is also the producer and writer besides being the director, said that the film would be released in September this year. The film which costs an estimated Rs 5 crore is made under the banner of Ultimate Pictures. Several renowned singers including Sunidhi Chauhan, Udit Narayan and Kunal Ganjawala would lend their voices for the film which is a suspense thriller. (Seven Sisters Post)


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