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Sunny Deol’s ‘Mohalla Assi’ to release late 2015

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Mumbai: Director Chandra Prakash Dwivedi’s “Mohalla Assi” starring Sunny Deol and Sakshi Tanwar is gearing up for an October-November release this year, confirmed producer Vinay Tiwari.

The movie was earlier scheduled to release in 2012 but got delayed as Tiwari got involved in several other projects including the upcoming “Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho”.

“Sunny Deol is playing a poor Brahmin who is a Sanskrit teacher. He is extremely upset with foreigners who damage the Benaras ghats by smoking ‘ganja’ and ‘bhang’. While we see Benaras in sacred light, it’s not the same for them,” he told IANS.

The film is based on Kashi Nath Singh’s book “Upanyas”.

“The book is so good that it is not available in the market,” said Tiwari.

“Despite the long delay, the actors are eager to promote the film. The actors keep calling me to release the film at any cost and we are planning to release it by October or November.”

“Narendra Modi has popularised Benaras on a global level and our song picturised over the river Ganga will be a good promotion tool,” added Tiwari.

Directed by Chandra Prakash Dwivedi, the film also stars Ravi Kishan, Saurabh Shukla and Mukesh Tiwari in pivotal roles.

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Fight against COVID-19 : Bhumi pednekar supports anti spitting campaign

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Bollywood Actress Bhumi Pednekar has urged all to fight the COVID-19 pandemic through an anti-spitting campaign. She said, “We have to defeat coronavirus and everyone has to join hands. Leave the habit of spitting. We have to save the country. Currently, our country is under the threat of corona and the fatal disease spreads even by spitting,”.

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She added, “We all came together to get associated with the toilet campaign and pledged to make the country clean. Similarly, let”s pledge to make the country corona free, by avoiding to spit here and there.”

Bhumi has recently come out with a campaign titled ”One Wish For The Earth” for World Environment Day, on June 5.

Several Bollywood personalities like Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Anushka Sharma and Karan Johar have supported the initiative.

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