‘Truly an honour’: World’s first ever bengal slag movie made in India, starring a woman, says producer
BENGALURU: The world’s first bengalsslag movie has been made in the Indian state of Kerala.
The movie is a remake of the hit film “Truly An Honour” starring actor Anjali Rajput and director Abhay Sharma.
It is directed by Abhaya Sharma who previously worked on the Bollywood movies “Kuch Dham” and “Ganguli.”
The movie will be shown at the Bali Film Festival.
It has been produced by Anjalu and Anjani Datta, who are two of the most renowned Bollywood film producers in the country.
Director Anjalya Datta is the founder of Bollywood India, which was established in 2014.
It’s a remake by the duo of the famous Hindi filmmaker and producer Abhayan Sharma and director Anjil Datta.
In this remake, Rajput plays a young woman who lives with her mother in a village in south India.
The mother is the main character and she has to do all the chores.
She lives with the family as a housemaid and the child becomes attached to her.
In the original film, she is the only one of the four female leads who doesn’t get any love.
In the remake, the film takes a different angle and focuses on the love triangle between Rajput, a biker, and the other three.
The film is directed with a story that has the audience on the edge of their seat.
In a movie, you have to keep it fresh and make it work.
It has been an honour to be the first one in the world.
The production team of the movie have worked on a lot of projects like “Bollywood Hustle”, “Battleground”, “Catching Fire” and others.
The baklava film will be released on January 13.
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