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Ushakkaal, Tandav venture into filmmaking with ‘Khosla ka Ghosla’

18-September-2006
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Ushakkaal, Tandav venture into filmmaking with ‘Khosla ka Ghosla’

Ushakaal Communications and its subsidiary company, Tandav Film Entertainment, are all set to launch their first feature film, ‘Khosla Ka Ghosla’. The feature film has been shot entirely in Delhi, which is in keeping with Tandav Film’s objective to promote the Capital as a complete alternate destination to shoot films.

“Owing to its ad background, Tandav is unique than most traditional production houses in terms of creative content. ‘Khosla Ka Ghosla’ is about a common man who fights back. The film is releasing on September 22,” said Raaj Hiremath, Founder and CEO, Ushakkaal Communications.

He further said, “We spent Rs 2 crore on publicity. We have put up hoardings all over India for this film. The trailers are being shown on Zee, Sony and, while MTV is running a nice peppy video.”

“The company has been inspired by films made by Hrishikesh Mukerjee, which were inspiring and entertaining,” said Savita Raj Hiremath, CEO, Tandav Film Entertainment.

“‘Khosla Ka Ghosla’ is a real slice-of-life comedy set in North India. It is a rip-roaring comedy, which also explores a welter of emotions, culminating in the reinstatement of a polarised father-son relationship,” Savita further said.

Tandav has tied up with UTV to maximise returns for ‘Khosla Ka Ghosla’. Tandav is also looking to tie up with UTV for its projects that are in the pipeline.

The core team of Tandav comprises award winning ad filmmaker Dibakar Banerjee, who has also directed ‘Khosla Ka Ghosla’.

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