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Hindi dubbing rights of Nani’s ‘Shyam Singha Roy’ fetch staggering price

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Telugu star Nani is all set to woo the audience with his highly anticipated movie ‘Shyam Singha Roy’ which has secured a huge deal for its Hindi dubbing rights.

Being made in all south Indian languages, ‘Shyam Singha Roy’ will have a simultaneous release on December 24.

The teaser from ‘Shyam Singha Roy’ was unveiled a few days ago, which amplified the hype around the movie’s release. The pre-release business has been in talks, as the buyers seem to be very excited after the impact of the teaser release.

It is reported that B4U channel has acquired Hindi rights of the movie for a staggering price of Rs 10 crore. This kind of business is considered to be the highest ever for Nani.

The buzz created by unleashing the intense ‘Shyam Singha Roy’ teaser, got an overwhelming response from all quarters of the audience. Nani looks apt in the Bengali attire, as he plays a dynamic role of a revolutionary writer, who fights for the rights of women, in the commercial action drama.

Sai Pallavi’s role in the movie is introduced in the most impactful manner in the teaser. She is seen dancing during the Navratri festival, which is a famous ritual in West Bengal.

‘Shyam Singha Roy’ is helmed by Rahul Sankrityan and produced on a massive scale by Venkat Boyanapalli under the Niharika Entertainments banner. ‘Shyam Singha Roy’ is a narrative on incidents in the Kolkata region in the year 1970.

‘Shyam Singha Roy’ is an adaptation of an original story by Satyadev Janga.

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Sunny Leone: Grateful that Bollywood accepted me with open arms

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It has been a 10-year-long journey in Hindi cinema for Sunny Leone, who feels grateful that Bollywood has accepted her with open arms and that career in cinema reiterates her faith in the fact that hard work always yields result.

The actress began her career with “Jism 2” after a stint in “Bigg Boss” season 5. She then starred in the popular number “Laila” alongside Shah Rukh Khan in “Raees”. She was also seen in the web-series “Anamika” among many other projects.

Talking about her journey, the actress said: “When my husband Daniel Weber and I first started working, we borrowed money from the banks to start our first company and we turned that into a successful venture.

“When Bollywood happened to us, it was the next chapter in my entertainment career. It’s been an amazing journey ever since. I am humbled. The amazing love and support that my fans have showered on me has helped me scale new heights. I wouldn’t have been able to do it without their appreciation.

“My journey in cinema reiterates my faith in the fact that hard work always yields results. I love my life and I love my job.

“I have a wonderful family, a great partner in Daniel, three beautiful children, a lovely home and a career that I have worked hard to put together.

“I work every day, sometimes without any offs and I have never been satisfied with where I am. I am grateful that Bollywood accepted me with open arms and I have been able to create for myself a space in an industry that happens only to chosen ones.”

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Kangana says negativity around ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ is created by ‘Mastermind’ Aamir

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Actress Kangana Ranaut has targeted Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan, whom she tagged as a “mastermind” for skillfully creating negativity around his upcoming release ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’, and that he made “Hinduphobic” film ‘PK’.

Kangana took to her Instagram Story where she lashed out at Aamir and asked him to stop “making it about religion or ideology”.

She wrote: “I think all the negativity around upcoming release ‘Laal Singh Chadda’ is skill fully curated by mastermind Aamir Khan Ji himself.”

“I think all the negativity around upcoming release ‘Laal Singh Chadda’ is skillfully curated by mastermind Aamir Khan Ji himself, this year no Hindi films have worked (barring one exception of a comedy sequel).

“Only south films deeply rooted in Indian culture or with local flavour have worked, a Hollywood remake would have not worked anyway.”

She added: “But now they will call India intolerant, Hindi films need to understand the pulse of audiences it’s not about being a Hindu or Muslim.”

“Even after Aamir Khan ji made Hinduphobic ‘PK’ or called India intolerant he gave biggest hits of his life please stop making it about religion or ideology, it’s takes away from their bad acting and bad films.”

Directed by Advait Chandan, ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ stars Kareena Kapoor Khan alongside Aamir Khan. The film is the official Hindi adaptation of Tom Hanks’ iconic movie ‘Forrest Gump’.

It is scheduled to hit the screens on August 11.

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Janhvi reveals how her films have helped her cultivate self-confidence

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Bollywood actress Janhvi Kapoor has cemented her position as a star with five diverse films in her journey of four years which started with “Dhadak”, the Hindi remake of Nagraj Manjule’s popular Marathi musical “Sairaat”.

But, despite all the noise around nepotism, she has had her fair share of emotionally taxing experiences that have added to her performances on a subconscious level in her opinion.

The actress, who made her digital debut with her second anthology “Ghost Stories”, has recently come out with yet another streaming film titled “Good Luck Jerry” which like her debut, is a remake of a Tamil film “Kolamaavu Kokila” starring Nayanthara, who recently got married to Vignesh Shivan.

Janhvi spoke to IANS about her journey, so far, the emotionally draining moments and her vision towards her filmography.

The actress wants her filmography to be defined by scripts that appeal to the audience on an emotional level, as she said: “The kind of films that I gravitate towards, have an emotional connect (sic), I want to make people laugh and cry but more than anything, it’s important for me that I move people with my ability as an actor.

“I try to include those films in my filmography that can move people and I choose my scripts, accordingly. Having said that, I really want to do a full fledged front footed comedy.”

“Good Luck Jerry” tells the story of a girl who’s trying to make it in a not so easy world and wishes that she has a bit of luck by her side.

So how much does Janhvi herself believe in luck or for her hardwork is the only vehicle to move forward in life?

A thoughtful Janhvi said: “You can’t only rely on luck, it makes you complacent. Luck does play a part in a person’s life and success but, hard work is something that materialises the success, also your outlook is an important factor.”

For her, “art imitating life happens all the time – consciously or subconsciously”.

She opines that one can’t make something that they don’t know anything about. People won’t watch it unless they feel that it relates to them.

Also, with every film that she has done, the characters go through the same journey she has on a personal level.

Taking a slight pause, she mentioned: “With ‘Dhadak’ as everyone knows, there was a huge loss in my personal life similar to my character in the film, for ‘Gunjan Saxena’ she also faced the problem where everyone told her that she doesn’t belong to a place where she wishes to be in.”

The firmness in her voice soon kicks back in: “There was so much chatter around nepotism and how I don’t deserve the opportunity that I have got. While shooting for ‘Roohi’, I felt like I needed people to take care of me, then finally realised that independence is of true essence as she goes on to marry herself. So yeah it all has been closely interlinked for me.”

Her character in “Good Luck Jerry” seems to have rubbed off on her to a great extent as she said: “Earlier, I used to play down in complicated or confrontational scenarios. But, with time I realised that I am a person with opinions, who stands by them.

“I don’t mind people not taking that in their stride with me putting forth my opinion. Through the course of this film, I have changed from a people pleaser to the one who stands by what I truly believe in,” she signed off with a heartwarming smile.

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